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1 He can imitate the cries of birds.
2 James can imitate his father perfectly.
3 Parrots imitate human speech.
4 Decide what you want to do; don't just imitate others.
5 Some of the younger pop bands try to imitate their musical heroes from the past.
6 She was a splendid mimic and loved to imitate Winston Churchill.
7 Children always imitate the example of adults.
8 The stage was designed to imitate a prison cell.
9 People imitate diamonds with crystal.
10 Wood is often painted to imitate stone.
11 James can imitate his teacher's speech perfectly.
12 You should imitate her way of doing things.
13 Teachers provide a model for children to imitate.
14 The Japanese have no wish to imitate Western social customs and attitudes.
15 I'd make fun of her dress and imitate her speech.
16 They produce artificial chemicals which exactly imitate particular natural ones.
17 No computer can imitate the complex functions of the human brain.
18 Women do not necessarily have to imitate men to be successful in business.
19 I had the ability to imitate.
20 That teachers really like it if you imitate them.
21 These organisations imitate govemment at a micro scale.
22 Diana's inevitable inclination was to imitate Sarah.
23 What am I trying to do(sentencedict.com),[www.Sentencedict.com] imitate twenty-two-year-olds?
24 To imitate adult play and express some emotions.
25 This semester they imitate Faulkner, reject Beckett, revere Rich.
26 "Do something wonderful, people may imitate it. Albert Schweitzer
27 Such children imitate what they see but do not yet reason like their older playmates.
28 The latest software can imitate the texture of flesh or the topography of a mountain range.
29 Sports heroes and pop stars provide images for teenagers, who may imitate them and style themselves upon them.
30 Children who understand the importance of work tend to imitate their parents and become hard workers themselves.
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