01. He did an [analysis] of the way children learn language for his Master's thesis.
02. It could take weeks to [analyze] all the data, but when we do, the results will be very helpful to our project.
03. The North American school system aims to teach children to think in an [analytical] manner, rather than to just accept any information they receive without question.
04. According to a political [analyst], Premier Campbell will probably lose the election, and in fact, may even lose his own seat.
05. Thinking [analytically] requires the use of logic, and cause and effect.
06. Don't spend too much time trying to [analyze] English grammar. It's better to work at using it rather than thinking about it.
07. Health officials are [analyzing] water samples to find out exactly what it is that has made over 20 people in the town sick in the last 2 weeks.
08. The mechanic put an [analyzer] on the battery to see if it was recharging properly.
09. The students looked at a variety of methods for [analysing] data.
10. By [analyzing] the observations of Tycho Brahe, Johannes Kepler finally discovered how the planets move.
11. E. B. White once said that [analyzing] humor is like dissecting a frog. Few people are interested, and the frog dies of it.
12. It isn't always helpful to [analyze] too closely the grammar of a language you are learning. It's better to just forget about the grammar rules, and concentrate on communicating.
13. [Analysis] of data is a difficult and complicated process.
14. He is a very [analytical] person who always wants to know people's motivation for anything they do.
15. In learning a second language, some people are very [analytical] and want a rule for everything, while others prefer to gather examples and imitate them.
16. Chess is an intellectually challenging game requiring [analytical] skill in strategic moves.
17. We require a detailed cost [analysis] before we can make a final decision.
18. Most [analysts] predict the economy will recover over the next year.
19. By [analyzing] DNA from people in all regions of the world, it has been determined that all humans alive today are descended from a single man who lived in Africa around 60,000 years ago.
20. In Tibetan Buddhism, there is a detailed [analysis] of the states that arise between one life and another.
21. At the end of a research project, the researcher is normally faced with lots of observations which need to be [analyzed].
22. If you [analyze] the data, the results are quite clear.
23. The blood samples were [analyzed] for signs of the virus.
24. The political science students [analyzed] the voting patterns of people living in different parts of the country.
25. In her job, she [analyzes] soil for farmers to determine what kind of fertilizer is required.

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