01. I have always [admired] my mother for working so hard to bring us up well.
02. I really [admire] José's ability to stay calm in stressful situations.
03. Her honesty in all that she does is truly [admirable].
04. The President handled himself [admirably] during the crisis.
05. Harry's mother gave him an [admiring] look as he walked up to the stage to receive his award.
06. I have always had a great deal of [admiration] for the work of your father.
07. We stopped at the top of the mountain to [admire] the view of the peninsula.
08. I have always greatly [admired] both Gandhi and Martin Luther King for their peaceful approach to political activism.
09. Nicolas Boileau once observed that however big the fool, there is always a bigger fool who [admires] him.
10. Madame de Sevigne once suggested that the more she sees of men, the more she [admires] dogs.
11. In Burma, children are loved and [admired], but one should never compliment them in case the spirits get jealous and make them sick.
12. George has many [admirable] qualities, but he can also be a bit of a jerk sometimes.
13. Everyone [admired] his effort, but the guy simply had no talent.
14. The old woman stopped to [admire] her neighbor's garden as she was walking by.
15. A Turkish proverb suggests that everyone [admires] his own character.
16. Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was named the woman most Americans [admired] for three years in a row in the 1980s.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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