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Sentence count:174+8 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-02Updated:2020-07-24
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1. The mischief arose from irresponsible gossip.
2. A storm arose during the night.
3. Before they could start a mist arose.
4. The abortion arose from an accidental fall.
5. The problem first arose in 1993.
6. The peasants arose against their masters.
6. Wish you will love and make progress everyday!
7. We arose early on Christmas morning.
8. I arose early in the morning.
9. Several new industries arose in the town.
10. Division arose over the interpretation of the idea.
11. The topic arose naturally in the conversation.
12. He arose at 6:30 a.m. as usual.
13. Several important legal questions arose in the contract negotiations.
14. The disagreement arose over a difference use of terminology.
15. The conflict arose from different ambitions within the team.
16. Disagreement arose about exactly how to plan the show.
17. Heavy Metal music really arose in the late 60s.
18. Controversy arose over the use of the chemicals on fruit and vegetables.
19. A disagreement arose over who should pay for the trip.
20. A dispute arose over who was to be the next king.
21. Further complications arose when the newspapers published an interview with the prisoner's family.
22. Then a wind arose, and the little sailing boat filled away.
23. Then wind arose, and the little sailing boat filled away.
24. When I arose from the chair, my father and Eleanor's father were in deep conversation.
25. He arose at dawn.
26. The current debate arose out of the concerns of parents.
27. The speaker failed to put his ideas over clearly enough so that some misunderstanding arose.
28. Another flight would be arranged on Saturday if sufficient demand arose.
29. As soon as the tremor passed, many people spontaneously arose and cheered.
30. Anita had a reciprocal arrangement with her brother-each would take care of the other's children if the need arose.
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