01. We stopped at the top of the mountain to admire the [view] of the forest.
02. Even though I generally disagree with his [views], I have to admit that he may be right this time.
03. B&Bs offer a [view] into the daily life of Brits that you can't get in a large hotel.
04. Our [view] of the ocean has been blocked by the new building that has gone up.
05. A row of apartment buildings blocks the [view] of the mountains from here.
06. The American Psychological Association has concluded that [viewing] violence on TV promotes aggressive behavior in children.
07. One's values should be [viewed] in the context of one's culture.
08. The crowning of the young King was [viewed] by more than a million people around the world.
09. This program contains scenes of violence which may disturb some [viewers].
10. In Japan, one should give and receive gifts with both hands; this is [viewed] as a gesture of respect and humility.
11. The average American [viewer] is likely to see 15 murders a week on television.
12. The marriage of Princess Diana and Prince Charles was watched by millions of [viewers] throughout the world.
13. His political [views] are quite extreme.
14. The Eiffel Tower has three platforms from which tourists can [view] the city of Paris.
15. Someone once said that success always occurs in private and failure in full public [view].
16. Anthony D'Angelo once noted that you can learn a lot from people who [view] the world differently than you.
17. Muhammad Ali once suggested that the man who [views] the world at 50 the same as he did at 20 has wasted 30 years of his life.
18. A Chinese proverb observes that if you don't scale the mountain, you can't [view] the plain.
19. An Indian proverb states that it is better to be blind than to see things from only one point of [view].
20. A New Zealander proverb remarks that a house full of people is a house full of different points of [view].
21. If you [view] a rainbow from above, it appears to be shaped like a donut.
22. Studies reveal that physically attractive people are often [viewed] as healthier, and more likely to do well at school.
23. A [view] from space emphasizes the fact that the surface of our earth is predominantly water in constant motion.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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