01. You must fill out this [form], and hand it in before beginning.
02. We could see the [form] of the old castle through the fog.
03. These ridges and cracks in the rocks were [formed] when the glaciers retreated thousands of years ago.
04. The concept of democracy has resulted in different [forms] of government which, nonetheless, share the same basic ideology.
05. The student action took the [form] of a boycott of university classes.
06. Their experiences during the war helped [form] a friendship that lasted for the rest of their lives.
07. After mixing the batter, [form] the dough into small balls, and place on a cookie sheet.
08. You are in excellent [form] for a woman of your age.
09. Have you filled out the registration [form] for the courses you want to take?
10. Our sun [formed] from a cloud of thin gas about five billion years ago.
11. She [formed] her opinions on Middle Eastern politics through her experiences living in Israel and Jordan.
12. Mahatma Gandhi once said that there are people in the world so hungry that God cannot appear to them except in the [form] of bread.
13. There is an Armenian proverb which says to always tell the truth in the [form] of a joke.
14. There is a Latin proverb which says that poverty is death in another [form].
15. An early [form] of basketball was played by the Mayan Indians 1,000 years ago.
16. OPEC was [formed] in 1960 to control petroleum prices worldwide.
17. In August of 1944, representatives of the U.S., Britain, U.S.S.R. and China met to plan for the [formation] of the United Nations.
18. The world's oil was probably [formed] between 100 million and 400 million years ago.
19. The defeat of the Russian Empire in the First World War led to the seizure of power by the Communists, and the [formation] of the Soviet Union.
20. China is a huge country, and as Buddhism developed there, it took on many [forms].
21. Erosion has resulted in the [formation] of natural arches in the massive sandstones of the Colorado Plateau.
22. The landscape of our planet is dominated by features [formed] by running water.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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