01. Saskatchewan is so [flat] that you can see for miles and miles.
02. His car was completely [flattened] when a huge boulder fell on it.
03. There was no wind, so the lake was completely [flat] when we went canoeing.
04. Homer was lying [flat] on the bed, sound asleep, when we got home.
05. Don't leave the champagne open or it will go [flat].
06. The first speaker was really [flat], so it started the conference off badly.
07. We got two [flats] in the same day when we were driving up island.
08. Hilaire Belloc wrote, "I shoot the Hippopotamus with bullets made of platinum because if I use the leaden one his hide is sure to [flatten] 'em. "
09. The flying snake of Java and Malaysia is able to [flatten] itself out like a ribbon, and sail like a glider from tree to tree.
10. Shale is a soft type of rock that often breaks into big [flat] pieces, and is formed when mud is pressed into rock over millions of years.
11. Australia is the smallest, [flattest], and driest inhabited continent in the world.
12. Cockroaches have [flat] bodies, so they can squeeze under things to hide.
13. Denmark is a [flat] country where the highest point of land is just 500 feet or so above sea level.
14. The islands of the Maldives are officially the [flattest] country in the world, with no island higher than six feet above sea level.
15. By the time the Korean War ended, two million people were dead, and the North was almost totally [flattened] from continual bombing by the U.S. Air Force.
16. A Kurdish proverb notes that in a [flat] country, a hill thinks itself a mountain.
17. Cynthia is upset because all her friends' breasts are growing, but she is still as [flat] as a boy.
18. The floor of the ocean is not [flat] and featureless, but contains many fascinating landforms.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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