01. Our society today is quite culturally [diverse], with immigrants from all over the world.
02. Shops on Government Street sell a [diverse] range of souvenirs.
03. The Beatles attract a [diverse] audience, from little children, to teenagers, parents and even grandparents.
04. We have a [diverse] clientele in our language program, with students from Asia, Europe and South America.
05. The Internet has really allowed us to [diversify] our market by advertising throughout the world.
06. It is necessary for our business to [diversify] our product line if we want to attract a greater range of customers.
07. In the 50,000 years since the emergence of fully human culture, our entire world has been occupied, and people have been [diversified] into about 5000 different groups.
08. We all need to understand and respect the [diverse] cultures which operate at local, regional, and global levels if mankind is to survive.
09. The management of the corporation is meeting to discuss the [diversification] of our manufacturing base.
10. Robert Kennedy once remarked that it is from numberless [diverse] acts of courage and belief that human history is shaped.
11. Johannes Kepler once noted that the [diversity] of the phenomena of nature is so great, and the treasures hidden in the heavens so rich, precisely in order that the human mind shall never be lacking in fresh nourishment.
12. John Kennedy once said that poetry reminds us of the richness and [diversity] of existence.
13. Beluga whales have a [diverse] diet which includes many different kinds of fish, shrimp, snails, crabs and worms.
14. The orchid family of flowers is the largest, most [diverse] plant family found in nature.
15. The former U.S.S.R. was composed of 15 very [diverse] republics with strong cultural differences.
16. Sugar remains the chief product and chief export of Cuba, despite government attempts to [diversify] the economy.
17. Ethnically, Pakistan is a very [diverse] country.
18. Algeria needs to [diversify] its petroleum-based economy in order to prosper.
19. You should have as [diversified] a stock portfolio as possible.
20. The spectacular [diversification] of mammals on earth has taken place within the last 60 million years.
21. Psychologists seek to understand how internal processes or external events in the environment work to produce the incredible [diversity] of human thought and action.
22. Unless this company [diversifies], we will eventually go bankrupt. We need a broader range of products in order to appeal to a younger clientele.
23. Many tobacco farmers in this country are [diversifying] into other crops because cigarettes are rapidly losing popularity.
24. Biological [diversity] is life's major defense against changing conditions.
25. The musical style of Monteverdi and his contemporaries comprised [diverse] elements, some borrowed from the past, others very new.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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