- 01. The Lantern Festival has become a popular annual [event] in Esquimalt.02. We had a really [eventful] day; we went to the lake by bicycle, had supper at a restaurant, went for a walk by the ocean, and then almost got in a car accident on the way home!03. The outdoor symphony is one of the most popular cultural [events] of the year.04. The Boston Marathon is definitely the sporting [event] of the year in this city.05. Strangely enough, many sporting [events] are sponsored by tobacco companies.06. Police are investigating the [events] leading up to the riot which occurred after the soccer game.07. The main [events] of the competition begin at noon.08. He always says that the most important [event] in his life was the birth of his daughter.09. Napoleon once said that history is the version of past [events] that people have decided to agree upon.10. Drinking chocolate mixed with milk, wine, or beer was considered fashionable at social [events] in Europe in the seventeenth century.11. The naming ceremony is the first big [event] in the life of a person living in Laos.12. Someone once joked that a man brings his wife flowers when he wants her to remember an [event] - or to forget one.13. Zig Ziglar once stated, "Remember that failure is an [event], not a person."14. An old proverb notes that it's easy to be wise after the [event].15. The destruction of the World Trade Center in New York on September 11th has become the most photographed [event] in history.16. Significant life [events] can introduce a great deal of stress into a person's life.17. Mercury and Mars, as well as our moon, form a family of related planets which experienced similar sequences of [events] in their early histories.
Grammatical examples in English. 2013.