01. The detective was able to [conclude] that the apparent suicide was, in fact, a murder.
02. You need to make sure that your essay has a proper introduction and [conclusion].
03. DNA evidence has provided [conclusive] proof of the identity of the killer.
04. The results of the study were [inconclusive]; we're going to have to look at this again.
05. I can only [conclude] that you knew you were doing something wrong because you have not come up with any satisfactory explanation for your behavior.
06. Over the years, I've come to the sad [conclusion] that Ted will never be able to have a long-term relationship with a woman.
07. At the [conclusion] of the performance, all the children will meet on stage to have their picture taken.
08. Mahatma Gandhi once said "I came to the [conclusion] long ago that all religions were true, and also that all had some error in them."
09. The [conclusion] of the story was a little disappointing, but in general the book was pretty good.
10. The governor made a few [concluding] remarks, and left the room.
11. The only animals other than man that scientists can [conclusively] say have color vision are monkeys and apes.
12. When giving a presentation, have a special, alternate [conclusion] ready to use in case you run out of time.
13. If you are giving a speech, remember that if you [conclude] five minutes early, your audience will be quite happy, but if you [conclude] five minutes late, they may be angry or impatient.
14. The American Psychological Association has [concluded] that viewing violence on TV promotes aggressive behavior in children.
15. Researchers at the University of Hong Kong say a new genetic sequencing of the SARS virus proves [conclusively] that it came from animals.
16. Brent and I both looked at the same information, but came up with very different [conclusions] about how to solve the problem.
17. Herb always [concludes] his speeches with a quote from Martin Luther King.
18. The experiment ended [inconclusively], without any clear evidence to support the hypothesis.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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