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01. When I raise my hand, it's your [cue] to begin speaking.
02. When in a foreign culture, if you don't know what to do in a social situation, take your [cue] from the behavior of those around you.
03. Be ready to begin on my [cue].
04. With a nod of his head, the guitarist [cued] the band to bring an end to the song.
05. When Ellen appears on stage, that's your [cue] to begin the song.
06. When the old man put on his coat, that was the [cue] for the dog that they were going to go for a walk.
07. The announcer [cued] the adverts to come on after the song.
08. When the boss started putting his papers away, I figured that was my [cue] to end the meeting.
09. The DJ [cued] up the songs.
10. Make sure you [cue] the videotape to the segment you want to show before beginning your presentation.
11. Many misunderstandings in a foreign language may be due to ignorance of non-verbal [cues].
12. I figured out he was probably a pretty good billiards player when he brought out his own [cue].
13. There was a fight at the bar and guys were swinging pool [cues] at each other.
14. She accidentally bumped some guy's [cue] just as he was about to take a shot.
15. Ralph Richardson once suggested that acting is the ability to dream on [cue].

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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