01. The [invasion] was a total failure, with hundreds of soldiers dying on the beach without having advanced more than a few meters.
02. New technologies in our lives are becoming more and more [invasive], with the result that people can use them to find out all sorts of private information about us without our consent.
03. The enemy have [invaded] the capital, and surrounded the President's residence.
04. A group of Martians are planning to [invade] Earth, and enslave all humans.
05. Our tent was [invaded] by ants while we were camping last weekend.
06. I consider it an [invasion] of privacy for you to read my private letters.
07. She was traumatized when the robbers [invaded] her house.
08. Victor Hugo once observed that an [invasion] of armies can be resisted, but not an idea whose time has come.
09. On September 3, 1939, World War Two began, two days after Hitler [invaded] Poland.
10. The United States is considering [invading] Afghanistan in pursuit of the terrorist leader.
11. Czechoslovakia was [invaded] by the Soviet Union in 1968.
12. Genghis Khan [invaded] China in 1211, and built the largest empire in history.
13. On June 6, 1944, some 2,700 ships carrying 176,000 troops landed in Normandy, France, in the largest seaborne [invasion] in history.
14. In Laos, the mountains have always been a major barrier to both movement and communication, as well as [invasion].
15. A Korean proverb observes that if you starve for three days, there is no thought that does not [invade] your imagination.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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