01. We are going to have a big party tonight to [celebrate] the end of classes.
02. My parents [celebrated] their 50th wedding anniversary last year.
03. The [celebration] at the end of term lasted all night.
04. The students shared a [celebratory] bottle of champagne following their final exam.
05. The children [celebrated] the end of school by having a picnic.
06. We [celebrated] Christmas with my wife's family in Bismarck last year.
07. Mark Twain is one of the most [celebrated] authors in American literature.
08. Amanda Bradley once said one should [celebrate] the happiness that friends are always giving, and make every day a holiday.
09. The United States [celebrated] its first birthday on July 4, 1777, in Philadelphia.
10. The [celebration] of Valentine's Day started in the time of the Roman Empire.
11. According to advertising data, nearly 80 percent of Japanese ads use [celebrities], the majority being local stars.
12. The voodoo religion of Haiti is a [celebration] of their African roots, and is expressed through dance and song.
13. In Kuwait, the birth of a child is a time of great delight and [celebration], especially if the baby is a boy.
14. An Arab proverb notes, "Never [celebrate] someone's leaving, until you know who will replace him."
15. In 1968, singer Elvis Presley [celebrated] the birth of his daughter Lisa Marie, who would later marry and divorce Michael Jackson.
16. In 1992, thousands of people in Mongolia [celebrated] as the country's new non-communist Constitution took effect.
17. The first American national holiday was [celebrated] in the United States in April of 1889.
18. You are invited to help us [celebrate] the opening of our new store this Saturday at noon.
19. In 2002, Queen Elizabeth II [celebrated] her 50th anniversary on the throne.
20. A wedding is one of life's greatest moments, a time for good wishes and [celebration].
21. There were 13 couples [celebrating] their honeymoon on the Titanic when the ship sank.
22. The first fifteen days of the Chinese New Year are spent [celebrating].

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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