01. This story is [fiction]. It sounds real, but it is purely from the writer's imagination.
02. She writes science [fiction] novels which are very popular worldwide.
03. His brilliant historical [fiction] has made the past come alive for millions of readers.
04. The conflict between English and French has always been a popular theme in [fiction] in this country.
05. The suggestion that men and women are equal in our society is a total [fiction].
06. Stephen Leacock based many of his humorous stories in the [fictional] Ontario town of Mariposa.
07. I read an interesting [fictionalized] account of the life of Britain's first King.
08. The people and the events in this film are purely [fictitious].
09. The book describes the life of Jesus through the eyes of a [fictional] younger sister.
10. These rumors are entirely [fictitious], and are obviously an attempt to destroy this candidate's reputation.
11. Sherlock Holmes is one of the most beloved figures in the history of mystery [fiction].
12. Fourteen years before the Titanic set sail, a [fictional] novel was published about a luxury liner that sinks after hitting an iceberg.
13. Author Paul Theroux once suggested that [fiction] gives us a second chance that life denies us.
14. Lisa Alther once remarked, "I wrote for twelve years, and collected 250 rejection slips before getting any [fiction] published, so I guess outside reinforcement isn't all that important to me."
15. Herman Wouk once stated that income tax returns are the most imaginative [fiction] written today.
16. George Byron once observed that truth is always strange - stranger than [fiction].
17. It is sometimes difficult for children to distinguish between fact and [fiction].
18. [Fictional] detective Sherlock Holmes used a process of logical thinking to solve crimes.
19. [Fiction] is often classified into two categories: literature of interpretation, and literature of escape.
20. We often read [fiction] in an attempt to gain insights into the human experience.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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