- 01. They [cultivate] grapes for making excellent wine in many parts of the Okanagan.02. It is the job of a parent to [cultivate] a sense of self-confidence in children.03. Boris Yeltsin [cultivated] Vladimir Putin as his successor as the leader of Russia.04. The [cultivation] of tobacco is an important source of income for many farms in Quebec and Ontario.05. The government has passed laws forbidding the sale of [cultivated] land for commercial or residential use.06. Stephanie did her best to [cultivate] friendships with people at her school who came from rich families.07. William Gaddis once said that stupidity is the deliberate [cultivation] of ignorance.08. Charles Scribner once said that language is the soul of intellect, and reading is the essential process by which that intellect is [cultivated] beyond the commonplace experiences of everyday life.09. Bill Cosby once remarked that the very first law in advertising is to avoid the concrete promise, and [cultivate] the delightfully vague.10. There is a Guinean proverb which states that knowledge is like a garden: if it is not [cultivated], it cannot be harvested.11. There is a Cambodian proverb which states, "[Cultivate] a heart of love that knows no danger."12. Lettuce has been [cultivated] for more than 2,500 years.13. The ancient Greeks and Romans were among the first [cultivators] of mushrooms.14. The silkworm moth has been [cultivated] for so long that it can no longer exist without human care.15. The [cultivation] of corn was first introduced by native people in Colombia.16. Because much of the soil in Luxembourg is difficult to [cultivate], most of the land is used for cattle pasture.17. British Columbia is now famous for [cultivating] high quality marijuana.18. Colombia is the world's largest [cultivator] of coca, which is used to make cocaine.19. Banana plants have been in [cultivation] since the beginning of recorded history.20. The Korean martial art of taekwondo [cultivates] character through physical and mental training.21. The early Christian Church rejected the idea of [cultivating] music purely for enjoyment.22. In ancient Rome, [cultivated] people were expected to be educated in music, just as they were supposed to know Greek.
Grammatical examples in English. 2013.