01. Sophie has been [accepted] into the Fine Arts program at university.
02. In her [acceptance] speech at the awards show, she thanked her family and friends.
03. His family has been very [accepting] of his homosexuality.
04. She [accepted] the gift with a big smile, and thanked everyone several times.
05. Staff members are not permitted to [accept] gifts from clients.
06. James Powell has been offered the position of head teacher and has [accepted].
07. It is [unacceptable] for teachers to hit their students.
08. Carly's boyfriend proposed last night, and she [accepted].
09. We don't [accept] the view that a company's only concern is to make a profit.
10. The American President recently announced that gays would be [accepted] into the military.
11. She felt [accepted] by the people in her new office right away.
12. The soldier [accepted] his orders without question.
13. The factory has been producing higher than [acceptable] levels of pollution.
14. The social [acceptability] of same sex marriage is much higher in Canada than it is in the U.S.
15. We hope these changes will make the contract [acceptable] to both parties.
16. The hotel we stayed at wasn't great, but it was certainly [acceptable].
17. He sent his book to over fifty different publishers before it was finally [accepted].
18. He withdrew his [acceptance] of the offer once the details became clear.
19. Recent years have seen the [acceptance] of women in jobs previously held by men in my country.
20. In some cultures, it is totally [unacceptable] for a woman to speak to men who are not in her family.
21. She hasn't received her letter of [acceptance] into college yet, so she's not sure what she'll be doing in September.
22. Your son's behavior in class is totally [unacceptable]. He is constantly fighting with the other children.
23. Pollution levels in the river are [unacceptably] high, and something has to be done.
24. W. Somerset Maugham once said that it's a funny thing about life; if you refuse to [accept] anything but the best, you very often get it.
25. Paul Valery once suggested that that which has always been [accepted] by everyone, everywhere, is almost certain to be false.
26. Denis Waitley once stated that you should change the changeable, [accept] the unchangeable, and remove yourself from the unacceptable.
27. Denis Waitley once stated that you should change the changeable, accept the unchangeable, and remove yourself from the [unacceptable].
28. John H. Johnson once said, "Failure is a word that I simply don't [accept]."
29. A German proverb notes that he who [accepts] nothing has nothing to return.
30. Many restaurants in Japan will only [accept] payment in cash.
31. According to a popular travel guide, vodka is always an [acceptable] gift in Russia.
32. After Neil Armstrong walked on the moon in 1969, Pan American Airlines began [accepting] reservations for commercial flights to the moon.
33. The price of the house was [acceptable], so the couple agreed to buy it.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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