The Top English Grammar Tips From A–Z
- Interestingly, we are not offered a naively romantic picture of her mother's success.
- I knew the answer to this naively stupid question.
- Some people would have been naively hopeful that something of the truth would emerge from this.
- Maybe that is just my experience; perhaps much of the country is repressed and I am naively unaware.
- Is that not being naively ambitious given the slow machinery of bureaucracy?
- Kevin naively asks her at the beginning of their relationship to type a manuscript for him.
- Maybe they naively believe that disputes among allies will quickly evaporate.
- I also naively assumed that the schedules would help instructors plan classes for the various age groups.
- We found that nature behaves different than what we - perhaps naively - expected.
- The style is direct, almost naively simple.
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