01. I [bet] you she won't come to the party.
02. He [bet] $50 that Boston would win the World Series, and he was right.
03. You worked for 15 hours without a break? I [bet] you're exhausted.
04. Paul was [betting] police wouldn't be setting up any roadblocks when he decided to drive home from the pub after drinking too much.
05. Retailers are [betting] consumers will be willing to pay extra for designer furniture.
06. I wouldn't [bet] on Harriet coming in to work today. Her son is playing a baseball game in Springfield that could qualify him for the nationals, and she won't want to miss it.
07. Wow, you were outside in the cold in shorts and a T-shirt. I'll [bet] you're freezing.
08. Maxwell Maltz once said that we must have the courage to [bet] on our ideas, to take the calculated risk, and to act because everyday living requires courage if life is to be effective and bring happiness.
09. We all placed [bets] on different horses, but none of us won anything.
10. There is a casino in Monaco where the minimum [bet] is $5,000.
11. Australia has more gamblers than any other country, and on average, Aussies [bet] more than $2,700 per year.
12. He [bet] his entire paycheck on a horserace and lost everything.
13. One of the gamblers had [bet] a large sum at the blackjack table, and lost it all.
14. Larry seems quite confident of winning the tournament, but I wouldn't [bet] on him.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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