01. We have discussed a lot of different [topics] in this class.
02. The better your English language skills, the more you are able to talk about difficult [topics].
03. A proper summary of an article does not include one's personal opinion on the [topic].
04. The website covers [topics] such as water safety and basic first aid.
05. Cloning and genetics are very [topical] issues these days.
06. The most popular [topic] of public speakers is motivation.
07. The marital difficulties of film stars is a popular [topic] for articles in many women's magazines.
08. The weather has always been a popular [topic] of discussion in this country.
09. [Topics] such as religion and politics are always controversial.
10. Familiarity with a [topic] you are reading about in a second language makes it easier to guess the meaning of new vocabulary.
11. I don't think James will be any help on this; he doesn't know anything about the [topic].
12. Bartenders say they hear more complaints about work than any other [topic].
13. The purpose of this test is to assess your ability to participate in a discussion on a complex [topic].
14. The test consists of a 250-word essay on one of three different [topics].
15. For homework, I want you to find a newspaper article about a [topic] which interests you.
16. Studies show that the most popular [topic] of public speakers is motivation at 23 percent, followed by leadership at 17 percent.
17. Mason Cooley once noted that the supposed unhappiness of the rich is always a cheerful [topic] of conversation.
18. Laurence J. Peter once suggested that a bore is a fellow talking who can change the subject back to his [topic] of conversation faster than you can change it back to yours.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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