The Top English Grammar Tips From A–Z
- She is a small ball of badly coordinated energy that has trouble answering phone calls coherently.
- He was conscious when tested and was even able to coherently speak to the doctors despite having a high blood-alcohol level.
- Through intense therapy, I relearned to walk, use my left arm, and speak coherently.
- Will you start speaking coherently and tell me what happened?
- He speaks coherently, even though he seems ill at ease.
- During those hours, he spoke coherently and could understand what was said.
- My mother has Alzheimer's disease and hasn't spoken coherently for more than two years.
- He had to be carried to the van and was not talking coherently.
- He hoped he would be able to coherently say what he was feeling, despite his stutter.
- He collapsed in an armchair, unable to move or talk coherently for several hours.
- Filled with inspiring objects coherently displayed in spacious galleries, the new center is an accessible, exemplary model for such buildings.
- The class hierarchy enables it to coherently integrate related information from different sources at varying levels of detail.
- Rectangular in plan, but undulating in section, the roof will also help integrate the campus more coherently with its park setting.
- Compiling need not be a problem, particularly if the information is coherently organized.
- Perhaps because of the daunting range of objects, he does not clearly succeed in assembling them coherently.
- I liked the soundtrack, but I didn't think that it worked coherently as a whole.
- System-wide synchronization ensures that related files are backed up together and coherently.
- It's a dizzying kaleidoscope of scraps and snippets, some new, some old, interesting in themselves but not coherently coordinated.
- The system needs focus to ensure that all devices work coherently together to provide the security that justified their cost.
- He more coherently structures a cultural studies methodology by invoking a multitude of textual examples that build upon and connect to each other.
- Her life was a blind spot, in that she was unable to see things coherently.
- The plot seems more of an excuse for actors to chew on their roles than for a coherently presented story.
- Sources in the department admitted they had not reacted coherently to the clamor for action.
- People in the red states who can think coherently are going to migrate to the blue states.
- The situation cannot be brought coherently to conclusion.
- The interviews are coherently introduced in the fabric of the book.
- In 1435, he codified the depiction of the ideal human form in narrative representations, coherently presented, and designed to encourage high standards of behavior.
- It's the job of the development czar to see that all this can be explained coherently.
- He demonstrates quite coherently and cogently that genuine lyric poetry is as inventive and individual as it ever was.
- I was at my wit's end and could not think coherently.
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