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How do you use race in a sentence?
President John F. Kennedy launched the race to the moon inresponse to the first man in space launched by the Soviet Union.
I have finished the race.
In contemporary English, the term 'race' may be used in any number of sentences, whether as a reference to a distinct type of human being or as an athletic competition in …which a distance is traversed by competitors. Thus, an example-sentence would be the following: 'Athletes of all races, genders, and ages are welcome to participate in the special 'World-as-One' relay-race happening at the start of the festival.'
In which sentence is race used as a noun A Tom will race with four other boys B Tom won the race C If you race across town youll be on time D Dont race the motor when youre starting the car?
Tom won the race.
In which sentence is race used as an noun A Tom will race with four other boys B Tom won the race C If you race across town you'll be on time D Don't race the motor when starting your car?
"B" is the answer. Tom won the race.
Tom won the race.
Example sentence: I'm sure my horse will win the race.
when 2 or more country are try to have more and better weapons than their competitors for example japan and Italy are trying to have a better weapon than their competi…tors
The boys family were going to the track to do some racing. That is a good sentence since racing means to compete in an activity to see who will finish first.
The word 'cluster' is both a noun (cluster, clusters), and a verb (cluster, clusters, clustering, clustered). Example uses: Noun: The cyclists were still in a cluster as they… reached the finish line. Verb: We held our breath when the runners clustered, fearing someone would trip the others.
Yes it is, and is specifically an object.
No. It's not necessary.
"His brothers won the three-legged race at the picnic." "At the college, students must often race between buildings to make their next class." "The Chinese were one Oriental r…ace that developed a civilization in Asia."
The verb phrase is just the verb "were," because "exciting" is a gerund used as a subject complement.
86% of America is Caucasian [ 73% European, 12% Latino, 1% Native American ] 11% of America is African 3% of America is Asian.
Sam because he is the one racing us, us is not racing Sam.