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01. We made a [tape] of our baby's first sounds to send to my parents.
02. We [taped] football posters on all the walls in preparation for our Super Bowl party.
03. Please don't put tacks in the wall; [tape] is much better because it doesn't leave any holes.
04. Do you have a blank cassette I can use? I want to make a mix [tape] of dance music.
05. The first VHS video[tape] was introduced to the world in 1975 in Japan.
06. We keep master copies of all the audio cassettes in the office so that if a language lab [tape] is lost, we can replace it.
07. He made a paper airplane, and reinforced the wings with [tape] to make it heavier, so it would go farther and straighter.
08. She carefully removed the [tape] from her gift to avoid tearing the beautiful wrapping paper.
09. Donovan Bailey was the first runner to reach the [tape] in the 100 meter finals.
10. Police secretly [taped] the conversation between the drug dealer and his customer.
11. This special [tape] allows you to simply peel off unwanted hairs on your legs or under your arms.
12. President Richard Nixon argued that audio [tapes] from his office were privileged information, and as such should be unavailable to reporters investigating the Watergate scandal.
13. Clara Boothe Luce once said that technological man can't believe in anything that can't be measured, [taped], or put into a computer.
14. Oriana Fallaci once remarked that listening to someone talk isn't at all like listening to their words played over on a machine. What you hear when you have a face before you is never what you hear when you have before you a winding [tape].
15. We are [taping] your speaking test so that you can listen to it later.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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