01. There is a [weird] sound coming from the engine; I think you'd better get it checked by a mechanic.
02. The first day on the job was kind of [weird] because I didn't really know what to do.
03. It must feel [weird] to know that you'll be leaving here forever in a few days.
04. Selma is kind of [weird] sometimes, but she's lots of fun to be with.
05. Tavo gets a little [weird] when he has had too much to drink.
06. It felt really [weird] going back to my hometown after having been away for over 20 years.
07. I feel [weird] sleeping in your bed while you sleep on the couch.
08. He felt a little [weird] after eating the seafood and then began throwing up about an hour later.
09. This [weird] guy at work keeps staring at me every time I walk past his desk.
10. The teenagers were [weirdly] dressed in black, with black hair, lips and eye make-up.
11. The [weirdness] of the movie is what makes it so interesting.
12. The party was full of all kinds of [weirdoes] that I'd never met before.
13. Paul McCartney once remarked, "I used to think that anyone doing anything [weird] was [weird]. I suddenly realized that anyone doing anything [weird] wasn't [weird] at all and it was the people saying they were [weird] that were [weird]."
14. He looks like a bit of a [weirdo] with his old clothes and strange way of staring at people, but he's actually a very intelligent man.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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