three groups in a sentence
1. The three groups mix at most rarely.
2. The three groups merged by 1810.
3. They fall into three groups.
4. The three groups merged by 1810.
5. Isoglosses shape three groups.
6. The 435 AGOW comprises three groups.
7. the three groups vary in effects.
8. The league is played in three groups.
9. They are divided into three groups;
10. The 11th enlisted three groups;
11. All three groups are still involved.
12. thus three groups.
13. The members formed three groups.
14. 21 teams participated in three groups.
15. The MSTF comprises three groups:
16. The three groups merged by 1810.
17. The company consists of three groups:
18. There are three groups of six teams.
19. Cars competed in three Groups:
20. These were split into three groups.
21. There are three groups in this school.
22. They were assigned to three groups;
23. There are three groups in the school.
24. There are three groups.
25. They were divide in three groups.
26. They were divide in three groups.
27. They were divide in three groups.
28. There were three groups of four.
29. There were three groups;
30. The statues are in three groups.
- Nuclear Mon-Khmer
- a taxon
- the larger family
- a disjunct distribution
- other languages
- the extant autochthonous languages
- the neighboring Kra
- later migrations
- the Latin words
- word structure
- an iambic "sesquisyllabic" pattern
- basic nouns
- an initial, unstressed, reduced minor syllable
- a stressed, full syllable
- This reduction
- modern languages
- phonological shapes
- the same original Proto-Austroasiatic prefixes
- the causative prefix
- CVC syllables
- consonant clusters
- single consonants
- word formation
- most Austroasiatic languages
- derivational prefixes
- almost completely non-existent
- most branches
- a few specialized exceptions
- other Austroasiatic branches
- unusually large vowel inventories
- some sort
- register contrast
- modal (normal) voice
- modal voice and creaky voice
- the Pearic branch
- the Vietic branch
- a three- or even four-way voicing contrast
- some Austroasiatic languages