01. The new Toyota Camry [features] an entirely computerized dashboard.
02. The spacious gardens are a special [feature] of this property.
03. Political education has always been a standard [feature] of the Chinese school system.
04. The swimming pool is an attractive [feature] of the apartment complex.
05. The most interesting [feature] of the bedroom was the bed that folded up into the wall.
06. The movie [featured] the debut performance of Pamela Anderson.
07. The local newspaper now runs a regular [feature] on environmental issues.
08. Joseph Stalin once suggested that gaiety is the most outstanding [feature] of the Soviet Union.
09. I read somewhere that the official map of Syria [features] a hill only 15 feet high.
10. Birds of prey, such as owls and eagles, all share the common [features] of talons with sharp claws, a sharp hooked beak, and large eyes.
11. The first merchandise item to [feature] Mickey Mouse was sold in 1929.
12. Karl Marx believed that work is a central [feature] of people's identities and allows them to develop to their fullest potential.
13. Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson were [featured] in four novels and 56 short stories written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
14. Scientists claim that an undersea mountain range is our planet's most impressive geologic [feature].
15. Microsoft paid the Rolling Stones eight million dollars to [feature] one of their songs in its advertising campaign for Windows '95.
16. Jordan has three geographical areas, each with its distinctive physical [features].
17. The first pictures taken of the surface of the planet Venus by a space probe showed [features] which are similar to volcanoes and valleys on Earth.
18. Although each individual is unique, members of the same species share certain obvious common [features].
19. The sharing of physical [features] by members of the same family creates what we commonly refer to as a family resemblance.
20. Steven Spielberg has announced the release of his newest film, [featuring] Tom Cruise.
21. The landscape of our planet is dominated by [features] formed by running water.
22. The floor of the ocean is not flat and [featureless], but contains many fascinating landforms.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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