Sentence Examples


  • It was facilitated by trained tutors who themselves have long-term health problems.
  • Your credit may suffer as a result of enrollment in a credit counseling service, but if the program helps you get back on track you should not concern yourself with the temporary dip in credit score and instead focus on the long-term gain.
  • It's important to note that not everyone on this site is looking for a long-term relationship; some are just seeking friends or casual hookups, so those that are trying to find a lifelong partner should make that clear in their profile.
  • Because purchasing a home is an investment- unlike with renting, the money that you spend every month goes toward a long-term purchase- families who opt for FHA loans can potentially see the benefit of their purchases for years to come.
  • According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services National Clearinghouse for Long-Term Care Information, a person living in a one-bedroom apartment in an assisted living facility in 2009 could expect to pay $3,131 per month.