- 01. I asked the boss to [clarify] her instructions.02. I don't quite understand what you mean. Can you [clarify] that last point for me?03. We will need some [clarification] from the head office before we can sign the contract.04. This government needs to [clarify] its position on the issue.05. The President has called a press conference to [clarify] his stance on the issue.06. You really should [clarify] your position on this question because everyone seems to have a different interpretation of what you said.07. There are a number of issues which will need to be [clarified] before we can proceed.08. What exactly happened, and who exactly delivered the blow that killed the young boy has yet to be [clarified].09. The governor [clarified] yesterday's remarks somewhat during his press conference this afternoon.10. Let me [clarify] what I meant by putting it another way.11. Leo Szilard once observed that a scientist's aim in a discussion with his colleagues is not to persuade, but to [clarify].12. You need to [clarify] your previous statement regarding your company's plans to hire local labor.13. Could you please [clarify] the instructions for our research project; I'm not sure I quite understood.14. Fresh air, and surrounding yourself in a natural environment can enhance mental [clarity].15. This second document [clarifies] a number of issues.16. Well, your presentation certainly [clarified] a number of issues for me. I think I understand much better now.
Grammatical examples in English. 2013.