- 01. They [hardly] ever go out; maybe once a month at most.02. I [hardly] recognized you with your new haircut.03. My daughter can [hardly] remember Quebec City because she was very little when we lived there.04. Your father [hardly] slept at all last night because his back was hurting so much.05. [Hardly] anybody I knew was at the party.06. We were [hardly] off the plane when I remembered I had left my camera on the seat.07. It's [hardly] worth fixing our car because it is really old and will probably just break down again soon anyway.08. Our neighbors made so much noise last night that I [hardly] slept at all.09. It seems [hardly] possible that no one was hurt in the plane crash.10. I can [hardly] believe that that big guy is little Jeff. He's grown so much!11. Plato once observed that he who is of calm and happy nature will [hardly] feel the pressure of age.12. He was pretty tired in class today because he [hardly] slept at all last night.13. The dog's collar is too tight; she can [hardly] breathe.14. The cages for the animals are so small that they can [hardly] move around.15. He was in no condition to drive after the party; he could [hardly] even stand up.16. The victim was so frightened that she could [hardly] speak.17. The party was a total disaster. [Hardly] anyone showed up, the stereo didn't work, and the food was terrible.18. [Hardly] a day goes by that I don't think of my dear, departed wife.19. Henry Brooks Adams once said that one friend in a lifetime is much; two are many; three are [hardly] possible.20. Erich Fromm once suggested that there is [hardly] any activity which is started out with such tremendous hopes and expectations, and yet which fails so regularly, as love.21. My wife and I [hardly] ever go out now that we have a young baby.
Grammatical examples in English. 2013.