01. We need a [sample] of your writing in order to see if you are in the right level or not.
02. Let's go to Tim Horton's; they're giving out free [samples] of their donuts today.
03. We went on a brewery tour, and afterwards they let us [sample] the different beers.
04. We looked at maybe a hundred different carpet [samples] before finding the one we wanted for our living room.
05. They give out free [samples] of appetizers in front of the restaurant to attract customers.
06. Their research is based on interviews with a random [sample] of over 500 teenagers.
07. We [sampled] a number of different wines at the exhibition.
08. Sudhir Sibal, the chef who serves India's Prime Minister, says he personally [samples] all food before it is served, in case of food poisoning.
09. The Apollo II crew brought back dust [samples] from the moon on July 20, 1969.
10. They go to the mall every weekend to eat all the free [samples] of food that are given out.
11. Providing that a [sample] has been carefully selected, reliable and valid inferences can be drawn about the larger population.
12. An essential aspect of random [samples] is that the population must be explicitly defined or identified.
13. In February of 1972, a spacecraft from the Soviet Union returned to earth with [samples] of the moon's surface.
14. Before deciding which package tour to get, take a look at a few [sample] package prices.
15. We were able to [sample] the highlights of Blenheim Gardens in about three hours.
16. Psychologists use surveys to [sample] reported behavior broadly by gathering responses from many different individuals.

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