aid


aid
01. Countries devastated by the hurricane are in need of immediate [aid] in the form of money, food and medical supplies.
02. He had to perform first [aid] on his wife when they were in a car accident.
03. After the tornado, the country required international [aid].
04. Russia has sent money and machinery as [aid] to the region hit by the storms.
05. Foster Parents Plan is a charitable organization which [aids] children living in poverty throughout the developing world.
06. There are a number of websites open now which are a wonderful [aid] to ESL students hoping to continue working on their language skills at home.
07. It has been shown in repeated studies that vitamin C [aids] in the prevention of colds and infections.
08. According to [aid] workers in the region, more food is required immediately to prevent mass starvation.
09. A close [aide] to the President has said that he would be making a public statement on the matter this afternoon.
10. My host mother often [aids] me with my homework assignments.
11. A kind stranger came to my [aid] when I fell off my bicycle.
12. Gandhi once said that the control of the palate is a valuable [aid] for the control of the mind.
13. While penguins cannot fly, they do flap their wings under water to [aid] in swimming.
14. Switzerland has a proud history of important international [aid] and disaster relief work.
15. The British ship Carpathia was the first ship to sail to the [aid] of the Titanic after it hit an iceberg.
16. The soldier attacked and took the enemy's position entirely [unaided].
17. The woman was arrested for [aiding] her husband in his escape from prison.
18. [Aided] by his excellent teammates, he became the top scorer in the league.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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