English words and Examples of Usage

Example Sentences for "talent"

As well as being a successful actor, Clint Eastwood is a talented directorSue's daughter has a lot of talent; I'm sure she will become a professional actress some day.

As well as being a successful actor, Clint Eastwood is a talented director.

In the competitive music industry, talent is not enough; you must also be able to sell yourself.

Jessica's children have both inherited her talent as an artist.

Marie is an extremely talented piano player.

Those kids have a real talent for bothering all their neighbors.

Her artistic talent showed itself at an early age in her drawings of animals, which were extremely sophisticated for a child of 6.

Barry has a real talent for annoying people at our staff meetings.

The closest Mandarin equivalent to the English word 'intelligent' is a Chinese character that means good brain and talented.

Ellie's wonderful musical talents are being wasted while she works as a waitress.

Mitch's talent for hockey was obvious from a very early age.

These talentless young people who play their drums on the street every day are driving me crazy.

Basketball great Charles Barkley once said that in sports, the best thing to do is to relax, and let your talent do the work.

Norman Augustine once remarked that motivation will almost always beat mere talent.

There is a Saudi Arabian proverb which observes that talent without skill is like a desert without an oasis.

Discussion question: Do you have any special talent? What is it?

Discussion question: What talent would you most like to have?

Find someone who is musically talented.


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