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Example Sentences for "effort"

With an effortless win over Dallas in the game on Tuesday, Boston is looking very confident going into tonight's contestYou are going to have to put in a lot more effort if you really want to improve your Spanish.

With an effortless win over Dallas in the game on Tuesday, Boston is looking very confident going into tonight's contest.

The children made an effort to hide their disappointment when they found out the party had been canceled.

Despite the efforts of the U.N. peacekeepers in the region, the situation is getting steadily worse.

Our fundraising effort was very successful, and we were able to collect almost $2000.

We have made every effort to get along with our new neighbors, but they don't seem interested in becoming friends.

Your son is not a strong player, but it is certainly not due to any lack of effort.

The United States has made an effort to improve relations with its European allies despite their differences over the war in Iraq.

She injured her knee, and it takes a lot of effort for her just to walk across the room.

It'll take a lot of time and effort to get the work done before Friday.

She put a lot of effort into her essay, and got an excellent mark because of it.

Sophocles once stated that success is dependent on effort.

Gloria Pitzer once remarked that the only thing that comes to us without effort is old age.

South Korean President Kim Dae-Jung won the Nobel Peace Prize on October 13, 2000, for his efforts toward reconciliation with North Korea.

Find someone who thinks he/she should put more effort into his/her studies.


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