focus

01. You are trying to do too many things at once. It would be better to just [focus] on one thing in order to do it properly.
02. My photos didn't turn out very well. I think my hand must have been shaking a little bit because they're all out of [focus].
03. Cam seemed kind of [unfocused] at the meeting. I wonder if something is bothering him.
04. Why do you always [focus] on people's faults instead of trying to see their good points?
05. Tonight's program [focuses] on the difference between human and ape forms of intelligence.
06. The main [focus] of my work right now is to develop resource materials for others to use.
07. Keep the camera [focused] on the zebras by the lake, and we'll see if one of the lions attacks.
08. While rock-climbing, you need to remain very [focused] so that you don't make any dangerous errors.
09. Greg Anderson once said that it is best to [focus] on the journey, not the destination because joy is found not in finishing an activity, but in doing it.
10. Anthony J. D'Angelo once said that it is important to [focus] 90% of your time on solutions, and only 10% of your time on problems.
11. A horse [focuses] its eye by changing the angle of its head, not by changing the shape of the lens of the eye, as humans do.
12. As you [focus] on each word in this sentence, your eyes swing back and forth 100 times a second.
13. Yoga is an ancient health practice that [focuses] on the mind-body connection.
14. If you find you read too slowly in a second language, you are probably [focusing] too much on each word, instead of looking for the overall message.
15. When you are driving, your mind and senses should be [focused] only on driving.
16. Families are the main [focus] of life in Jordanian society.
17. For many years, the area now known as Angola was a [focus] of the African slave trade.
18. During Ramadan, Muslims avoid all food, drink or sex during daylight hours, and [focus] on devotion and good works.
19. Women generally [focus] more on a man's economic status than his appearance, probably because the woman carries most of the responsibility of rearing and nurturing the children.
20. After partying all weekend, it was difficult to [refocus] on my studies on Monday morning.
21. As one of the fastest growing economies in the world, Korea is working to become the [focal] point of a powerful Asian economic bloc during the 21st century.
22. The [focus] of my talk today will be the importance of family.
23. We will be [focussing] on learning academic vocabulary in this course.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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