01. Try to [imagine] you are a bird; spread your arms like wings, and see yourself flying through a clear, blue sky.
02. Muhammad Ali once remarked that the man who has no [imagination] has no wings.
03. Stewart is a very [imaginative] little boy who writes wonderful stories of aliens and monsters.
04. Most children have an [imaginary] friend when they are young.
05. Sheila Ballantyne once said that the moon develops the [imagination], as chemicals develop photographic images.
06. I heard it said once that religious wars are basically a fight to see who has the best [imaginary] friend.
07. I never would have [imagined] that Cam would cheat on his wife; he seems like such a decent, honest guy.
08. Steve Allen once remarked that one of the nice things about problems is that a good many of them do not exist except in our [imaginations].
09. The stars we see in the sky at night are [unimaginably] far away.
10. William Blake once observed that what is now proved was once only [imagined].
11. Poet Emily Dickinson wrote that "the Possible's slow fuse is lit By the [Imagination]."
12. There is a Yiddish proverb which says that an [imaginary] ailment is worse than a disease.
13. I can't [imagine] why Sally went to the party when she doesn't know anyone there, and she hates drinking.
14. The cartoon is full of wonderful [imaginary] creatures that sing and dance.
15. If you ask me, watching television dulls children's [imagination] and creativity.
16. The kids were told to close their eyes, and [imagine] they were walking on the moon.
17. I [imagine] your parents will be somewhat surprised when they find out that we are getting married.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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