evaluate


evaluate
01. It will take us a few days to fully [evaluate] your proficiency in English.
02. Your grammar test is only part of the [evaluation] done in order to place you in the right level.
03. It is difficult to [evaluate] the effectiveness of the medication after such a short time.
04. Your speaking [evaluation] is based on your oral test, in addition to 2 in-class speaking tests.
05. It is pretty well impossible to [evaluate] the investment value of a stock because the market is always changing.
06. We need to do something to [evaluate] our current advertising campaign before we start paying a lot of money to expand it.
07. Every employee's work performance will be [evaluated] on a yearly basis.
08. We need to [evaluate] our current efficiency level in order to determine if our procedures need to be improved.
09. Teachers in the program are [evaluated] by the students at the end of each session.
10. In [evaluating] a student's progress in a second language, it is important to remain as objective as possible.
11. People have a tendency to [evaluate] other cultures in reference to their own presumably superior culture.
12. We are constantly required to [evaluate] the results of research, whether it is when buying a car, reading the newspaper or writing a report at work.
13. In traditional Chinese medicine, the doctor diagnoses the patient by taking his pulse, checking the color of his tongue, and [evaluating] his symptoms.
14. My English teacher [evaluates] our speaking ability on a weekly basis by listening to us and taking notes during in-class discussions.
15. The students all did [evaluations] of their teachers and the program at the end of the session.
16. A professor in the linguistics department is doing some interesting [evaluative] research on the efficacy of a software program which is supposed to help ESL students learn vocabulary.
17. Measurements of the intensity of an earthquake [evaluate] the severity of ground motion at a specific location.
18. According to a recent [evaluation], safety procedures at U.S. airports are no better now than before the attacks of 9-11.
19. Students doing research on the Internet should always [evaluate] Web pages they use for authenticity, applicability, authorship, bias, and usability.
20. We got a free [evaluation] copy of the book to look at, so we can decide if we want to use it in our language program.
21. It is impossible to [evaluate] the results of an experiment without knowing what methods were used to gather data.
22. Our committee will [evaluate] the proposal and make a decision whether or not to proceed within the next few days.
23. He had the house [evaluated] before making an offer on it.
24. We should have an [evaluation] done of the financial health of the enterprise before deciding whether or not to invest any money in it.
25. The university has done years of [evaluative] research without reaching a conclusion regarding the effectiveness of the drug in preventing cancer.
26. We need to thoroughly [evaluate] your father's health before deciding on a program of treatment.
27. We are currently doing a study to [evaluate] the effects of the drug on patients with high blood pressure.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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