01. I invested $10,000 of my own money in my friend's new business [enterprise].
02. With her education and experience, I am confident that Maxine will be of great benefit to your [enterprise].
03. After hearing their music in a local nightclub, an [enterprising] young record store owner named Brian Epstein went on to become the manager of the "The Beatles."
04. He is a very [enterprising] young man, and I wouldn't be surprised if he were to become very rich one day.
05. He believes that private [enterprise] is the only vehicle which can properly stimulate our economy.
06. An [enterprising] group of local high school students has set up a business to raise money for their graduation party.
07. After her mother was eaten by a cat, and her father ran away with a beautiful hamster, little Sally Mouse had to be very [enterprising] in order to find enough food for herself, and her 12 little brothers and sisters.
08. The Prime Minister has announced a number of joint [enterprises] which are to be set up between Great Britain and China.
09. Louis Brandeis once stated, "Anyone who critically analyzes a business learns this: that the success or failure of an [enterprise] depends usually upon one man."
10. Friedrich von Schlegel once suggested that in actual life, every great [enterprise] begins with and takes its first forward step in faith.
11. Gustave Flaubert once remarked that nothing is more humiliating than to see idiots succeed in [enterprises] we have failed at.
12. Demosthenes once noted that small opportunities are often the beginning of great [enterprises].
13. Scott is the owner of an important computer consulting [enterprise] in his country.
14. The philosophy of this company is that a happy, well-treated employee, is a loyal and hard-working contributor to the success of the [enterprise].
15. Togo's duty-free export-processing zone has attracted [enterprises] from France, Italy, Scandinavia, the U.S., India, and China.
16. A recent study has shown that 98% of Taiwanese [enterprises] now require applicants to have English language skills.
17. A scientist once suggested that the entire [enterprise] of life can be viewed as simply a vehicle for the transformation of water.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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