# a chance to study in a sentence

- In 1925, Wang got
*a chance to study* Arts at Peking University. - O'Leary admitted he hadn't had
*a chance to study* his new team. - Working backstage gave him
*a chance to study* actors such as Paul Scofield. - They did so before the experts had
*a chance to study* the matter. - At long last, scholars had
*a chance to study* Man Ray's working method carefully. - It's difficult to find
*a chance to study* in a sentence. - This exhibition can offer them
*a chance to study* the various institutions that exist. - Both groups get
*a chance to study* with the best. - It's like I have
*a chance to study* everything ." - "I haven't had
*a chance to study* all the details," - Both officials were given
*a chance to study* abroad soon after entering the ministry. - "I haven't had
*a chance to study* every player. - Bettencourt planned to reserve reaction until he had
*a chance to study* the deal thoroughly. - I cannot tell you anything until I have had
*a chance to study* the situation. - Once experts have
*a chance to study* their results, there are bound to be dissenters. - The best students have
*a chance to study* abroad.