01. The 1964 model of this car is now considered a [classic].
02. Television talk show host Jay Leno is a car lover who owns more than 30 [classic] automobiles.
03. It's a [classic] case of displaced anger. You have trouble at work, so you come home and yell at me.
04. The [classic] Indian epic, the Ramayana, was written around 300 B.C.
05. I read somewhere that some [classical] music has a calming effect on wild animals in the zoo.
06. Folk and [classical] arts are an important part of traditional life in Indonesia.
07. The film is a [classic] comedy of mistaken identities.
08. Disney's early cartoon features are now considered [classics] in the field of animation.
09. I like listening to my kind of [classical] music: the Beatles, Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton!
10. She looked simply stunning in a [classic] red strapless evening gown.
11. My literature prof is also a well-known expert in the [classics].
12. They have sent their son to the finest private school, so he can get a proper [classical] education.
13. Jennifer is a [classically]-trained ballet dancer.
14. Mark Twain once claimed that a [classic] is something that everybody wants to have read, and nobody wants to read.
15. Italo Calvino once suggested that a [classic] is a book that has never finished saying what it has to say.
16. Arlene Heath once claimed that [classical] music is music written by famous dead foreigners.
17. Yo-Yo Ma once stated that [classical] music is one of the best things that ever happened to mankind. If you get introduced to it in the right way, it becomes your friend for life.
18. Coco Chanel once exclaimed, "Innovation! One cannot be forever innovating. I want to create [classics]."
19. Dean Acheson once observed that negotiating in the [classic] diplomatic sense assumes parties more anxious to agree than to disagree.
20. Her anger at everyone and everything here in England is a [classic] symptom of culture shock.
21. During the [Classic] period of the Maya civilization, the great city of Tikal thrived in dense lowland jungle of what is now part of Guatemala.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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