01. She is [determined] to quit her job and travel around Europe for a year.
02. The President has reaffirmed his government's [determination] to improve the economy.
03. The weight of the salmon [determines] the length of cooking time required.
04. He was not a very good golfer at first, but through his effort and [determination] was able to improve quickly.
05. Janice is [determined] to quit her job because she doesn't like her boss.
06. Native people in our country are [determined] to get back the lands that were taken away from them.
07. Police believe that DNA testing will [determine] if the suspect is guilty or not.
08. D. J. Geddes once said that leaders are ordinary people with extraordinary [determination].
09. In order to [determine] which cities we should visit during our trip abroad, we read a number of brochures on each place.
10. The boy was [determined] to finish his homework Friday evening so that he would have the weekend free.
11. A family's ethnic background is an important [determinant] of the content of socialization.
12. Studies show that the single most important [determinant] of your life chances is the territory within which you are born and spend your life.
13. William M. Bulger once said that a man's real worth is [determined] by what he does when he has nothing to do.
14. A number of Muslim countries are now using satellite technology to assist in moon sightings, used to [determine] Islamic holidays.
15. Robert Frost once said that a jury consists of twelve people who [determine] which client has the better lawyer.
16. There is an Italian proverb which states that to he who is [determined], it remains only to act.
17. A cat uses its whiskers to [determine] if a space is too small to squeeze through.
18. The cause of the fire which destroyed a downtown department store has not yet been [determined].
19. Someone once joked that a wise man can sometimes learn from a fool - as soon as it can be [determined] which is which.
20. In Rwanda, family heritage [determines] one's social status and place of residence.
21. Daily hassles and environmental factors such as noise are important [determinants] of daily stress.
22. Evidence from studies done on twins indicates that genetic factors may play a role in [determining] a person's personality.
23. Physical appearance appears to be a powerful [determinant] of one's first impression of an individual.
24. The Chinese New Year is [determined] by the lunar calendar.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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