01. You are not [eligible] for a subsidized bus pass unless you are a full-time student.
02. It is discouraging to note that only about 65% of [eligible] voters actually vote in elections.
03. With your marks, you could be [eligible] for a number of scholarships.
04. Brad Pitt was considered the most [eligible] bachelor in Hollywood before he married Jennifer Aniston.
05. The regulations affecting [eligibility] for a student loan have been made a little less strict.
06. My son is [eligible] for a driver's license now that he is sixteen.
07. I'm afraid you are too old to be [eligible] for a work-study visa.
08. One belief of ancient times was that on St. Valentine's Day and Eve, a young girl would eventually marry the first [eligible] male she met on this day.
09. You will be [eligible] for a permanent position in this company once you have satisfactorily completed the six-month training period.
10. All societies have rules about who is [eligible] to be a marital partner and how a spouse may be chosen.
11. The athlete's acceptance of prizes from the competitions could affect his [eligibility] for amateur status.
12. According to new legislation in India, only people with 2 or fewer children will be [eligible] to become members of Parliament in the future.
13. At the age of 18, all Italian men are [eligible] for 9 months of military service.
14. The Bhagavad Gita states that the man to whom pleasure and pain are alike, and who is wise becomes [eligible] for immortality.
15. According to Zambia's Constitution, orphans who cannot prove their parentage are [ineligible] to be President.
16. Of the 98.5% of [eligible] voters who cast their votes in a national referendum in April 1993, 99.8% said "yes" to independence for Eritrea.
17. Under the U.K.'s national health care system, foreign visitors are [eligible] for free emergency care.
18. The [eligibility] of each applicant to Korea's colleges and universities is determined by the student's high school records and national standardized test results.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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