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01. Let's [sort] your toys into two piles; those you want to keep, and those you want to get rid of.
02. As you fold up the clothes from the dryer, [sort] them into piles for each person.
03. Don't swear. I don't like that [sort] of language.
04. What [sort] of computer did you buy, a PC or a Mac?
05. I planted 10 different [sorts] of flowers in the garden, all mixed together to get a nice variety of colors and shapes.
06. We [sorted] the students' tests in two piles; one for those who had passed, and one for those who had failed.
07. The kids saw all [sorts] of animals at the Seattle Zoo.
08. [Sort] the laundry by color; whites in one pile, dark colors in another, and light colors in a third.
09. He's a nice [sort] of person but not very talkative.
10. There were all [sorts] of people at the party that I hadn't seen for a long time.
11. The new secretary mixed up all the files, and it took us a week to [sort] them all out.
12. I'm not sure what [sort] of clothes to take on vacation because I don't what kind of weather to expect.
13. Someone once joked that a man he knew had the [sort] of face that makes you realize God does have a sense of humor.
14. Studies show that about 75 percent of Americans will have foot problems of one [sort] or another at some time in their lives.
15. The first garbage-[sorting] plant for recycling in the United States was started in 1898.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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