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How do you use the word retirement in a sentence?
He was to old to work so he went into retirement.
Here are three sentences using the word 'retirement': "Kate will move into a retirement home soon, because she is finding it hard to cope on her own at home." "During retireme…nt many people take up new hobbies because they have more free time." "Some people find retirement very boring because they don't have much to do."
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There are many retired people living in the world
The solicitor issued a writ against the company for the loss of business due to poor contractual work. or A writ is a form of written command in the name of a court or other… legal authority to act, or abstain from acting, in a particular way.
Example sentence - His daughter would have more friends if she were kinder to people.
This is how to use it in a sentence. "The girl cried in frustration when she could not finish her lessons." You use frustration in a sentence when the subject person is up…set, mad, or confused, because of a situation that is difficult or impossible for them to control.
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A "word" is an element of speech that makes up a sentence. It is most typically used as a noun. For example, "Bill was puzzled by the unfamiliar word in the quotation." … It can also be used as a verb, "She worded her email very carefully before sending it." Colloquially it can be used as a term of agreement, such as, "Pizza is the best meal." "Word."
I have 2 sentences for you. 1. I bought some goods at the store 2. Can you pick up the goods?. Goods is a noun referring to a product.
The firemen came to save us from the fire. You must tell us what happened last night. The principal saw us as we were leaving school.
The phrase "used to" can be 1) an idiomatic phrase indicating a former action or condition, synonymous with "once" or "formerly" 2) a different idiomatic phrase meaning "accus…tomed to" 3) it can also be a regular form of the verb "to use," followed by the preposition "to." (1) "When I was young, I used to ride my bike every day." "His car used to be white, but now it is red." (2) "I am used to cooking for myself." "The mayor was used to having his way." (3, non-idiomatic) "The pry bar is used to open wooden crates."
Breakfast is a noun, so it's a name, in this case for a meal at a certain point in the day. Some examples: "Time to have breakfast!" Breakfast is the first, and most important… meal of the day. The food eaten at breakfast varies from culture to culture.
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Barbie, in her statement to the police, pointed out that she had NOT commited the crime, with a special emphasis on the word NOT!
Well, there are so many ways to use the word Bath in a sentences. likewise , 1 Make your habbit to take "bath" everyday. 2 He has become too dirty after playing football outsi…de with his friends and now he's going to home to take bath. 3 Ali has taken bath today. 4 He wants to take bath to reduce his tiredness. 5 Umair has make it a habbit to take bath at night.
Yes, because retired in this case is a part of the proper noun. Some styles allow you to not capitalize prepositions and articles, but retired is neither of these.