01. In the [culture] of Japan, people bow to each other when they meet.
02. I have learned a lot about the [culture] of China from my students.
03. He is quite interested in the [culture] of Turkey.
04. In my [culture], the elderly are treated with great respect.
05. Much of popular [culture] for teenagers is shared by youth the world over.
06. The work [culture] in this country is quite confrontational in its relations between management and labor.
07. Body language varies from [culture] to [culture].
08. My neighbor's daughter went on a [cultural] exchange to Korea, and really enjoyed it.
09. The U.S. and Canada are [culturally] quite similar.
10. What food you find delicious or disgusting is often [culturally] determined.
11. Everyone in my ESL class brought [cultural] items from their country to show and discuss with the other students.
12. The Day of the Dead in Mexico is a fascinating [cultural] event.
13. Cam is a very [cultured] man, and loves opera, classical music and the theater.
14. In my science class, we grew a [culture] of mold on a piece of bread.
15. The bacteria [culture] that we examined under the microscope was actually quite beautiful to look at.
16. The doctor took a swab of cells from his tongue to [culture] in the lab in order to make a diagnosis of the disease.
17. England is a [multicultural] country in which immigrants from different countries are encouraged to preserve their language and traditions.
18. The government of this country promotes a policy of [multiculturalism] by supporting cultural groups through various programs.
19. Allen Ginsberg once stated that whoever controls the media, the images, controls the [culture].
20. Ishael Reed once claimed that we learn about one another's [culture] the same way we learn about sex: in the streets.
21. Konrad Lorenz once said that humor and knowledge are the two great hopes of our [culture].
22. Carl Bernstein once suggested that for the first time, the weird and the stupid and the coarse are becoming our [cultural] norms, even our [cultural] ideal.
23. Kate Millet once remarked that because of our social circumstances, male and female are really two [cultures], and their life experiences are utterly different.
24. George Bellows once stated that all civilization and [culture] are the results of the creative imagination or artist quality in man.
25. Sonny Rollins once remarked that America is deeply rooted in Negro [culture].
26. Sonia Sanchez once noted that art reacts to or reflects the [culture] it springs from.
27. The children's string game "Cat's Cradle" is one of the most universal games in the world, played in almost every [culture], from the Maoris of New Zealand, to the Inuit, and people in Africa.
28. The drug [culture] in Amsterdam is quite widespread.
29. MacDonald's restaurants offer different dishes in its restaurants throughout the world to reflect the tastes of the local [culture].
30. The city of Manhattan is considered by many to be one of the world's most important commercial, financial, and [cultural] centers.
31. Kwanzaa is a holiday which is celebrated by black people, and which features seven basic symbols which represent values and concepts reflective of African [culture].
32. [Cultured] Christmas trees are frequently pruned as they grow to produce a fuller shape.
33. Peter the Great of Russia believed that beards on men showed a lack of [culture], so in 1698, he put a high tax on beards.
34. The three most popular names for boys in Hispanic [culture] are Juan, Carlos, and Manuel.
35. The first stage of adjustment to life in a new [culture] begins before the travelers even leave home.
36. In many [cultures], people pray to their ancestors every day.
37. One of the most interesting parts of my job is meeting people from different [cultures].
38. The former U.S.S.R. was made up of 15 republics with strong [cultural] differences.
39. Korea has been conquered by outsiders many times during its 4000 years of history, but has always kept its [cultural] identity.
40. The school put on a special [cultural] evening in which all the students wore the traditional costumes of their country.
41. To understand Iraqi [culture], it is important to study the religion of Islam.
42. People in some [cultures] never kiss and cuddle in public.
43. We saw a wonderful exhibition of Mexican folk dancing at last week's [cultural] presentation.
44. The [cultural] evolution of man can be seen in cave paintings and carvings from about 28,000 years ago.
45. Ted teaches English to new immigrants down at the [cultural] center.
46. His grandmother told him the old legends of their [culture] when he was a child.
47. The behavior of very young children is almost the same across [cultures].
48. It is important to be respectful of other [cultures] even if you don't always understand their values or traditions.
49. The eagle is a sacred animal in many North American Indian [cultures].
50. Someone once said that war has long been the most successful of our [cultural] traditions.
51. Lord Raglan once joked that [culture] is roughly anything we do, and the monkeys don't.
52. He is an [uncultured] slob, with no social graces whatsoever.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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