straight


straight
01. Go [straight] through the intersection, and then turn left at the next light.
02. My daughter has wavy hair, but she wants to buy a product that will [straighten] her hair.
03. Everyone thinks he is gay, but I know for a fact that he is [straight].
04. In the past, if you were stopped at a police road block, you were told to walk a [straight] line to show that you weren't drunk.
05. Be sure you go [straight] to school; I don't want you stopping at the store to buy candy.
06. Brush your hair, and [straighten] your tie before you go in for the interview.
07. Politicians never seem to give [straight] answers to questions.
08. Mencius noted that never has a man who has bent himself been able to make others [straight].
09. He was so drunk he couldn't walk [straight].
10. I want you to come [straight] home after the party.
11. The road goes [straight] for about five miles and then curves to the left towards the lake.
12. Moses Malone became the first player to go from high school [straight] into pro basketball in 1974.
13. According to experts, squirrels don't like to head [straight] for anything; for safety, they run past, and come around from the side.
14. Stand in a [straight] line while you're waiting to get on the bus, please.
15. Tuck in your shirt and [straighten] your tie before you go in for your interview.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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