01. He couldn't send in his homework by e-mail because he didn't have [access] to a computer.
02. I can't [access] that account without the personal code.
03. In order for government to be truly responsive to the people, it needs to be [accessible] in some form to the average citizen.
04. There's something wrong with our Internet connection; I can't [access] my e-mail account.
05. We can't get [access] to the building without the permission of the owner.
06. [Access] to the building is through the back door for the time being.
07. If you want to repaint your place, I have [access] to a spray painter you could use.
08. Charles Elliot once said that books are the quietest and most constant of friends, they are the most [accessible] and wisest of counselors, and the most patient of teachers.
09. ATMs allow customers to [access] their accounts 24 hours a day.
10. Did you know that every Swiss citizen has to have [access] to a bomb shelter?
11. Despite easy [access] to drugs in Holland, only about five percent of the population are users.
12. Juneau, Alaska is the only American capital city which is not [accessible] by car.
13. It is important for all people to have [access] to quality medical care.
14. More than one billion people on our planet lack [access] to safe drinking water.
15. Your language lab exercises have been downloaded onto the Internet, so you can [access] them at home, and work on them over the weekend.
16. The Internet can be used to [access] huge amounts of information in the form of text, graphics, sound, and video.
17. Almost half of India's population do not have [access] to safe, clean, drinking water.
18. Modern technology has made the ocean depths more [accessible] now than they were in the past.
19. [Access] to water is at the root of much of the bitter conflict between Israel and Palestine.
20. You can [access] all the information you need from our website.
21. The United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that everyone has the right of equal [access] to public service in his country.
22. All of London's top tourist sites are wheelchair [accessible].
23. Psychologists describe forgetting as the loss in [accessibility] of previously stored information.
24. Studies show that if information is retained in [accessible] form for extended periods without rehearsal, the rate of forgetting can approach zero.
25. The building is completely [inaccessible] to people in wheelchairs, as there is no elevator, and the stairs are too steep.
26. The cabin is very remote, and is [accessible] only by boat or plane.
27. The weather station is [inaccessible] during the winter time due to the extreme weather conditions.
28. I've been having trouble [accessing] my e-mail. I think maybe the server is down.

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