- 01. For the first time since we started our new business 3 months ago, our [revenue] is greater than our expenses.02. Tax [revenues] have been much higher than expected this year, resulting in a large budget surplus.03. You must declare any and all [revenue] on your income tax form.04. Company [revenues] are down somewhat this year due to the recession.05. Our new product line has only produced about half the [revenue] expected.06. The government has said it will have to cut back on certain programs to make up for lost [revenues] due to the recession.07. Our total sales [revenue] is expected to top $20 million this year.08. There is a Dutch proverb which observes that economy is a great [revenue].09. When asked to ban smoking, Napoleon replied, "I will certainly forbid it at once; as soon as you can name a virtue that brings in as much [revenue]."10. Oman's economy is based on petroleum, which accounts for 99 percent of export [revenues].11. Tobacco brings [revenue] to government in the form of taxes.12. The black pearl industry is French Polynesia's largest source of [revenue], after tourism.13. The war has dramatically reduced national output and government [revenue], and has increased external debt.14. During the expansion of Islam, conquest was a major source of state [revenue].15. In China, up to one-quarter of government tax [revenue] from tobacco sales is used to treat the illnesses caused by cigarette smoking.
Grammatical examples in English. 2013.