01. We will use the first week of classes to [assess] your speaking ability.
02. The [assessment] of your language skills will include a speaking test and an essay assignment.
03. It may take weeks to [assess] the total damage caused by the earthquake.
04. The purpose of this test is to [assess] your ability to participate in a discussion on a complex topic.
05. The value of his art collection has been [assessed] at over $200,000.
06. Before beginning the project, the company is required to do an [assessment] of the environmental damage that would be done to the area.
07. The school wants to [assess] the child's reading ability to see if he needs extra help.
08. Frederich Nietzche once said, "I [assess] the power of a will by how much resistance, pain, torture it endures and knows how to turn to its advantage."
09. It will take months to [assess] the cost to the American economy of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center.
10. He is in grade four, but his reading ability has been [assessed] at a grade seven level.
11. The "Mona Lisa" by Leonardo da Vinci has been [assessed] at a value of one hundred million dollars.
12. After the treatment of a disease, it is important to [assess] the effectiveness of the treatment.
13. We need to [reassess] our emergency procedures. Someone could have died in the accident, and no one knew what to do.
14. We had our house [reassessed] after the renovations, and the value had increased considerably.
15. Jason works for the city [assessing] properties for tax purposes.
16. Speaking [assessments] will be done on Friday, and students will be assigned to their classes on Monday.
17. When I was a university student, my [assessable] income was so low that I didn't have to pay any income tax.
18. The personnel office is [reassessing] its procedures for dealing with staff who are experiencing difficulties on the job.
19. In his job, he [assesses] the damage done to houses following a fire.
20. A recent [reassessment] of the property shows that it has increased in value by over 10% in the last year alone.

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