01. I bought this shirt here yesterday, but it's a little small. Can I [exchange] it for a larger size?
02. Do you know what the current [exchange] rate is for American dollars?
03. I need to [exchange] these pants for something in a slightly smaller size.
04. My husband is doing a language [exchange] with a student at UBC; she teaches him Spanish, and he teaches her English.
05. The [exchange] between the two political leaders in the House of Commons was particularly heated today.
06. My sister [exchanged] the toaster we gave her for Christmas because she already had one.
07. John Kane observed that the public interest is best served by the free [exchange] of ideas.
08. Trading was heavy in the New York Stock [Exchange] today.
09. When my daughter was born, my son asked me if we could take her back to the hospital, and [exchange] her for a little boy.
10. We [exchanged] business cards at the end of the meeting.
11. In the days of the explorers, Tahitian girls [exchanged] sexual favors with sailors for nails, which could easily be bent into fish hooks.
12. Visitors to Namibia can [exchange] major foreign currencies and traveler's checks in any bank.
13. Millions of music lovers can now [exchange] files online every day, using various file-sharing systems.
14. British and American forces [exchanged] fire in the first battle of the American Revolutionary War in April of 1775.
15. In 1965, West Germany and Israel [exchanged] letters establishing diplomatic relations.
16. In 1756, Spain ceded Florida to Britain in [exchange] for Cuba.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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