01. The decrease in the number of tourists visiting our northern neighbor [corresponds] to the increase in the value of the Canadian dollar.
02. I [correspond] regularly with my counterpart in the head office in Providence.
03. You should keep copies of all your [correspondence] with the government in case you need to review it later.
04. He is working as a [correspondent] for the New York Times in Beijing.
05. He is a very rich and famous performer, but he still personally answers all his [correspondence] from his fans.
06. Our political [correspondent] in Washington will have a special report on the unfolding crisis right after our leading story.
07. News [correspondents] in the region have been summoned to the Royal Palace to hear the King's reaction to the military coup.
08. F. F. Bosworth once said, "It is my settled opinion, after some years as a political [correspondent], that no one is attracted to a political career in the first place unless he is socially or emotionally crippled."
09. Deng Ming-Dao once said that those truly linked don't need [correspondence] because when they meet again after many years apart, their friendship is as true as ever.
10. An increase in taxes has resulted in a [corresponding] rise in prices.
11. There are three main patterns to family life in Guyana, and they [correspond] generally to class or ethnic groupings.
12. Britain does not have a single, national police force, but instead has different independent police forces [corresponding] to regional areas.
13. Winston Churchill made a name for himself as a war [correspondent] during the Boer War.
14. The earliest known examples of Western art [correspond] approximately to the final stages of the Ice Age in Europe.
15. She [corresponded] with her boyfriend for almost a year after he joined the army, but then she met someone else and stopped writing.
16. Wages in the city are good, but housing prices are [correspondingly] higher than in rural areas as well.
17. The ancient Greeks believed that certain modes and certain notes of music [corresponded] with the movements of and distances between particular planets.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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