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1 Dolphins use sound to communicate with each other.
2 New technology has made it possible to communicate more easily.
3 I communicate with him regularly by letter.
4 We can now communicate instantly with people on the other side of the world.
5 His skill lies in his ability to communicate quite complex ideas very simply.
6 A politician must be able to communicate.
7 Group members have to communicate with each other through role-play.
8 Children have to learn to communicate effectively.
9 He asked me to communicate his wishes to you.
10 Shool children often communicate colds to each other.
11 We learn a language in order to communicate.
12 Parents sometimes find it difficult to communicate with their teenage children.
13 People use more than words when they communicate with each other.
14 Candidates must be able to communicate effectively.
15 Language gives us the ability to communicate at a much higher level than any other animal.
16 She is unable to communicate her ideas to other people.
17 He didn't communicate his ideas well in his speech.
18 How did people communicate in the days before email?
19 The twins seemed to be able to communicate telepathically.
20 I find I just can't communicate with her.
21 They can communicate even when they strongly disagree.
22 By the age of two most children have begun to communicate verbally.
23 When Barbieux started his blog,[www.Sentencedict.com] his aspirations were small; he simply hoped to communicate with a few people.
24 She went to see a clairvoyant who said he could communicate with her dead husband.
25 A neurotransmitter is a chemical that nerve cells use to communicate with each other and with muscles.
26 He has made a special study of the way that birds communicate with one another.
27 The scientist's experiments have thrown great light on the amazing ways honeybees communicate in their dark hives.
28 Having knowledge is one thing but being able to communicate it to others is another kettle of fish.
29 I found it really annoying not to be able to communicate.
30 The differences between our two cultures can be bridged if we continue to communicate.
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