interact

01. Songs and story books are a wonderful way for parents to [interact] with their children.
02. Studies of the [interaction] of bees show that they have a very sophisticated social system.
03. Millions of people now [interact] with their computers on a daily basis.
04. The increasing sophistication of video graphics is making computer games more and more [interactive].
05. Language learning should be an [interactive] experience in which the language is used for authentic communication.
06. The young teenager's [interactions] with his parents were often confrontational.
07. Galaxies form gradually through [interactions], mergers, and collisions.
08. June Singer once said that the first half of life is spent mainly in finding out who we are through seeing ourselves in our [interaction] with others.
09. Carl Sagan maintained that poverty, ignorance, hopelessness and low self-esteem [interact] to create a kind of perpetual failure machine that grinds down dreams from generation to generation.
10. Very young children often play by themselves even when they are with other children, rather than [interacting] together in a play group.
11. Biology and environment [interact] to transform an infant into a functioning member of society.
12. [Interactions] with friends often provide the first major social experiences for children outside the family circle.
13. The child was extremely shy, and found it difficult to [interact] with the other children in her class.
14. In the combustion process, air, fuel, and heat [interact] to cause burning.
15. In Lucaya, Bahamas, people have the opportunity to [interact] with wild dolphins in their natural environment.
16. Even the simplest cell consists of thousands of different molecules which [interact] together.
17. Children seem to learn language more quickly than adults because they generally have more chances to [interact] socially with others.
18. More than 50 years ago, a Russian psychologist proposed that children's thoughts and actions originate from their social [interactions], particularly with parents.
19. Internal and external factors in our body and mind often [interact] to produce motivated behavior.
20. Your daughter is shy, but she [interacts] well with a couple of other children in her class now.
21. The two chemicals [interacted] to produce a toxic gas.
22. The software program allows you to work [interactively], inserting the vocabulary into sentences in context.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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  • interact — UK US /ˌɪntərˈækt/ verb [I] ► to communicate with someone: interact with sb »We interact with our customers over the phone. »The staff restaurant is where staff interact socially. ► if two substances, areas of business, etc. interact, they work… …   Financial and business terms

  • Interact — In ter*act , v. i. To act upon each other; as, two agents mutually interact. Emerson. Tyndall. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Interact — In ter*act , n. [Pref. inter + act. Cf. {Entr acte}.] A short act or piece between others, as in a play; an interlude; hence, intermediate employment or time. Chesterfield. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • interact — (v.) to act on each other, 1805, from INTER (Cf. inter ) + ACT (Cf. act) (v.). Related: Interacted; interacting …   Etymology dictionary

  • interact — [v] communicate collaborate, combine, connect, contact, cooperate, get across*, get the message*, interface, interplay, interreact, join, keep in touch, merge, mesh, network, reach out, relate, touch, touch base*, unite; concept 266 Ant. not… …   New thesaurus

  • interact — ► VERB ▪ act so as to have a reciprocal effect. DERIVATIVES interactant adjective & noun interaction noun …   English terms dictionary

  • interact — [in΄tər akt′] vi. 1. to act on one another; act reciprocally 2. to deal, work, etc. with someone or something [a politician who interacts well with members of the media] …   English World dictionary

  • interact — [[t]ɪ̱ntəræ̱kt[/t]] interacts, interacting, interacted 1) V RECIP When people interact with each other or interact, they communicate as they work or spend time together. [pl n V] While the other children interacted and played together, Ted… …   English dictionary

  • Interact — Logo von Rotary International Rotary International ist die Dachorganisation der Rotary Clubs. Dabei handelt es sich um international verbreitete Service Clubs, zu denen sich Angehörige verschiedener Berufe unabhängig von politischen und… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • interact */ — UK [ˌɪntərˈækt] / US verb [intransitive] Word forms interact : present tense I/you/we/they interact he/she/it interacts present participle interacting past tense interacted past participle interacted 1) if two or more people interact, or if one… …   English dictionary

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