- 01. Nigel, can you please take the [rubbish] out? It's starting to smell.02. The old man found some bits of fruit and uneaten food in the [rubbish].03. This music is absolute [rubbish]. How could anyone listen to it?04. The man is talking [rubbish]! Not a single thing he is saying is true.05. The cats were digging in the [rubbish] to find the scraps of fish you threw away, and they've made quite a mess.06. The alley behind the restaurant is filled with [rubbish], and the smell is terrible.07. I hate all this [rubbish] we have to study in math class. I'll never use it again in my life.08. He always tells these stories that are pure [rubbish] when he's had something to drink.09. All this [rubbish] you've heard about me is completely untrue. I've never been arrested, and I don't do drugs.10. Dougie's [rubbish] at football, but he tries hard.11. My boss [rubbished] all my hard work at the staff meeting. I was devastated.12. Why do you keep renting these [rubbishy] romantic movies? Let's get a good action film next time.13. Robert Jackson once remarked that the price of freedom of religion, or of speech, or of the press is that we put up with a good deal of [rubbish].14. In 1898, the first [rubbish]-sorting plant for recycling opened in the United States.15. To suggest that this political party is suddenly going to become honest simply because they have a new leader is pure [rubbish].
Grammatical examples in English. 2013.