01. Dave has [challenged] me to a game of squash on Sunday.
02. Learning a second language is a [challenge], but with continued effort you can make continual progress.
03. The first serious [challenge] of this new government is to bring the budget under control.
04. It appears that the Canucks will not pose a serious [challenge] to Colorado in this, the first round of the play-offs.
05. Scott wanted to [challenge] a course, so he wrote the exam for it, but unfortunately he failed.
06. I much prefer a [challenging] job with lots of responsibility to an easy, boring job.
07. Kirstie Alley once remarked that you'll never be disappointed if you always keep an eye on uncharted territory, where you'll be [challenged] and growing and having fun.
08. Barbara De Angelis once remarked that what allows us, as human beings, to psychologically survive life on Earth, with all of its pain, drama, and [challenges], is a sense of purpose and meaning.
09. Joyce A. Myers once observed that teachers can change lives with just the right mix of chalk and [challenges].
10. Mary Pettibone Poole once said that to repeat what others have said requires education; to [challenge] it requires brains.
11. Differences create the [challenges] in life that open the door to discovery.
12. In ancient times, Armenia was a powerful nation which [challenged] the might of the Roman Empire.
13. Small town soccer teams in Costa Rica often arrange matches by [challenging] other teams over the radio.
14. Political instability is currently the greatest [challenge] facing the newly independent Republic of Tajikstan.
15. The mountains in the north of Chad would be a [challenging] climb for the adventurous if they weren't off-limits due to possible guerrilla activity.
16. The government of East Timor faces great [challenges] in rebuilding the country after years of war and occupation.
17. Dominant male buffalo roam singly throughout their herd, searching for mating opportunities, and [challenging] each other.
18. The elderly face numerous [challenges] presented by both physical decline, and the attitudes of society in general.
19. The principal [challenger] to Venus Williams in this tennis tournament is her sister Selena.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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