01. You need a [note] from your parents if you can't take part in the sports day activities.
02. I can't sing that song because some of the [notes] are too high.
03. When I got home there was a [note] on the table saying that supper was in the fridge.
04. I borrowed my classmates [notes] to study for the test because I lost mine.
05. She wrote three pages of [notes] during the history lecture.
06. The teacher gave out a handout at the beginning of the class, so the students didn't need to take [notes].
07. There seemed to be a [note] of fear in her voice.
08. The article gave a note of [caution] to anyone planning on going to the region.
09. The movie ended on somewhat of a sad [note], so I left the theater feeling kind of down.
10. The old man had a bunch of five pound [notes] in his pocket.
11. My mum gave me a ten pound [note] to buy myself some new trousers.
12. Please [note] that we will be closed early tonight for a staff Christmas party.
13. [Note] how easy it is to use the program, once you understand the basics.
14. She said that sales were up quite a bit, [noting] that December was our best month ever.
15. San Antonio is [noted] for the beauty of its downtown area.
16. My boss is not [noted] for his generosity; he expects us to work overtime at our regular salary.
17. The report on crime in the area [notes] several cases of theft that have occurred recently.
18. Scientific [notation] allows us to write very large numbers without writing a great number of zeros.
19. The audience began screaming with excitement as the first [notes] of the song were played.
20. Martin is a [noted] authority on the subject.
21. One of his most [notable] achievements was to balance the federal budget for the first time in twenty years.
22. We have attracted some important new clients, most [notably] a number of American universities.
23. Denver is [notable] for its beautiful natural setting.
24. The policeman [noted] the time of death of the victim.
25. Try not to read your [notes] too much when you are giving your presentation.
26. Her parents found a [note] she had left explaining that she had run away with her boyfriend.
27. Mozart once wrote a piece for piano which required the player to use both hands and his nose in order to hit all the correct [notes].
28. Musical theorists of the Middle Ages worked hard to develop an adequate musical [notation].

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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