Sentences with Correspond, Correspond in a Sentence in English, Sentences For Correspond

Sentences with Correspond, Correspond in a Sentence in English, Sentences For Correspond

1. Frank is a good correspondent.

2. I usually correspond with him.

3. I frequently correspond with her.

4. I have a friend I correspond with.

5. A steady storm of correspondences!

6. We have corresponded with each other.

7. I correspond with many friends in Spain.

8. I correspond with many friends in Canada.

9. I look forward to corresponding with you.

10. Samuel was sent abroad as a correspondent.

11. I see that I’ve become a really bad correspondent.

12. She corresponds regularly with her pen pal in Australia.

13. I am corresponding with an American high school student.

14. There’s been a corresponding increase in wholesale prices.

15. In business, sir, one has no friends, only correspondents.

16. I have been corresponding with a pen pal in the USA for a year.

17. You attract and manifest whatever corresponds to your inner state.

18. You have certain privileges and therefore corresponding responsibilities.

19. I just haven’t gotten the certificate from the correspondence course yet.

20. It seems a long time since the morning mail could be called correspondence.

21. We have too many high sounding words and too few actions that correspond with them.

22. The minute our correspondence becomes obligatory, there’s no point in keeping touch at all.

23. And since a novel has this correspondence to real life, its values are to some extent those of real life.

24. Astonishing. In the morning, when she sat working at that table of correspondence, silhouetted by sunlight . . .

25. Vaccination is the medical sacrament corresponding to baptism. Whether it is or is not more efficacious I do not know.

26. The ideal and the beautiful are identical the ideal corresponds to the idea, and beauty to form hence idea and substance are cognate.

27. My ideas flow so rapidly that I have not time to express them–by which means my letters sometimes convey no ideas at all to my correspondents.

28. Participant bias occurs when individuals involved in an experiment act or respond in ways they believe correspond with what the researchers are looking for.

29. An isolated person requires correspondence as a means of seeing his ideas as others see them, and thus guarding against the dogmatisms and extravagances of solitary and uncorrected speculation.

30. The atheist view is correspondingly life-affirming and life-enhancing, while at the same time never being tainted with self-delusion, wishful thinking, or the whingeing self-pity of those who feel that life owes them something.