01. Detectives were able to [link] the murderer to the crime using DNA evidence.
02. The [link] between smoking and cancer is too strong to ignore.
03. The kids [linked] arms, and skated around the rink laughing and shouting.
04. There is a definite [link] between prostitution and sexual abuse during childhood.
05. The PLO has tried to [link] any peace talks to withdrawal from territories occupied during the war.
06. A Danish proverb observes that a chain is no stronger than its weakest [link].
07. French mime Marcel Marceau once said that to communicate through silence is a [link] between the thoughts of man.
08. Many of the suicidal terrorists who attacked the World Trade Center and the Pentagon were [linked] to a man named Osama Bin Laden.
09. Fat in a woman's diet is [linked] to an increased risk for breast cancer.
10. The oldest-known [link] between prehistoric man and modern man was made in Cheddar, England, when the DNA of a man in the town was matched to a 10,000-year-old skeleton found in a cave.
11. In 1940, a government study claimed there was no proof of any [link] between smoking and cancer.
12. Studies show that smoking is [linked] to low birth weight and a higher rate of infant mortality.
13. Libya has long been a crossroads, [linking] three continents.
14. For the Indians of Guatemala, traditional dress is an important [link] to their culture and heritage.
15. Only recently have roads been built in Peru to [link] remote areas with the rest of the country.
16. In 1969, the Soviet Soyuz 4 and Soyuz 5 [linked] up to become the first manned spacecraft to dock in Earth's orbit.
17. Every London train station has a [link] to the Underground.
18. The different regions of the globe are now more closely [linked] than they have ever been.
19. The university's ESL website has a number of [links] to some useful grammar and vocabulary development sites.
20. The Opposition is attempting to establish a [linkage] between the Prime Minister's economic policies and the downturn in the economy.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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