01. A knife was found at the scene of the murder, and has become the most important [evidence] the police have to link the killing to the suspect.
02. The police freed a suspected murderer because they didn't have enough [evidence] to charge him.
03. The prosecutor lost the case because he didn't have sufficient [evidence] to secure a conviction.
04. It seems quite [evident] to me that your marriage is in deep trouble; you and your husband are always arguing.
05. All the [evidence] suggests that the butler did it.
06. Do you have any [evidence] to back up your accusations?
07. It is [evident] from his playing that he was very nervous about this performance.
08. The two women [evidently] knew each other because they seemed very surprised and happy to see one another.
09. He doesn't have enough [evidence] to support his theories just yet.
10. Author Gore Vidal once suggested that today's public figures can no longer write their own speeches or books, and there is some [evidence] that they can't read them either.
11. British philosopher Bertrand Russell once remarked, "It has been said that man is a rational animal. All my life I have been searching for [evidence] which could support this."
12. About 68 percent of adults believe that during the next century, [evidence] will be discovered that shows that other life exists in this or other galaxies.
13. There is some [evidence] that a diet high in broccoli and cabbage reduces a woman's risk for breast cancer.
14. There is little [evidence] that children in language classrooms learn foreign languages any better than adults.
15. There is [evidence] that pollution of the world's oceans is increasing.
16. The cultural diversity of Nigeria's people is [evident] in their various customs, languages and styles of dress.
17. [Evidence] of the many struggles of Scotland's history can be seen in the ruins of the country's old castles.
18. There is [evidence] of glass being made by man about 10,000 B.C.
19. Genetic [evidence] tells us that Homo sapiens are of recent origin, and arose in Africa.
20. The beauty of the female form is [evidence] of God's artistry.
21. Your son is putting more effort into his studies now, as [evidenced] by his higher marks.
22. Much [evidence] exists suggesting that the seafloors are constantly moving and continually being created and destroyed.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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