01. The boys decided to [climb] the tree to steal some apples.
02. The baby was able to [climb] up onto the chair all by herself.
03. Sophie [climbed] up to the top of the rock face and then called down to the others to follow her.
04. If you put up some netting, this plant will [climb] up the side of the house and look really pretty.
05. Why don't you [climb] up the ladder and check if the ball is on the roof.
06. The kitten [climbed] up the telephone pole and couldn't get down.
07. It was a five-hour [climb] to the summit of the mountain.
08. Our car doesn't have any power and was barely able to [climb] up the hill.
09. There are a number of hill [climbs] on the race that the riders will find quite challenging.
10. He was able to [climb] to the top through his hard work and excellent business instincts.
11. The jet [climbed] to 150,000 feet before leveling out.
12. They bought a number of different [climbing] plants to cover the chain-link fence around their yard.
13. The old woman was breathing heavily as she [climbed] the stairs to her apartment.
14. The baby must have [climbed] out of her crib somehow during the night because I found her this morning asleep in her toybox with all her stuffed animals.
15. The sun had already [climbed] high into the sky before Anne finally got out of bed.
16. The unemployment rate in this country is [climbing] to record-high levels.
17. Prices for houses in San Diego have been [climbing] steadily over the past few years.
18. The [climb] to the top of the mountain has cost a number of people their lives.
19. There is an indoor rock-[climbing] wall which is a good way to introduce young people to the sport.
20. My baby boy is a real [climber] - he gets up onto everything.
21. The [climbers] were all roped together as they made their way up the steep face of the mountain.
22. Squirrels can [climb] trees faster than they can run on the ground.
23. With little sticky pads on their toes, tree frogs can actually [climb] the smooth surface of a windowpane.
24. The Central Railway in Peru [climbs] to 15,694 feet in the Galera tunnel, 108 miles from Lima. The railway is used to take tourists to the ruins of Machu Picchu.
25. [Climbing] stairs burns up 250 percent more calories than swimming for the same amount of time.
26. The stepped sides of the pyramids in Egypt were once smooth, and not [climbable].
27. Bugs Baer once said that a good neighbor is a fellow who smiles at you over the back fence, but doesn't [climb] over it.
28. Edmond de Goncourt once suggested that a poet is a man who puts up a ladder to a star, and [climbs] it while playing a violin.
29. There is an Italian proverb which observes that hasty [climbers] have sudden falls.
30. Michael Jordan once stated that if you run into a wall, don't turn around and give up. Figure out how to [climb] it, go through it, or work around it.
31. A Kurdish proverb notes that stairs are [climbed] step by step.
32. A Vietnamese proverb notes that the higher you [climb], the heavier you fall.
33. Shakespeare wrote that to [climb] steep hills requires slow pace at first.
34. Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay were the first men to [climb] to the top of Mount Everest.
35. Attempts to [climb] Mount Everest began in 1920 with the opening of a route from Tibet.
36. Tackling Mount Everest is the ultimate challenge for the elite mountain [climber].
37. On some Caribbean islands, the oysters can [climb] trees.

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