| 1. | The green drapery (complements) (compliments) the rugs. |

| 2. | She received a nice (complement) (compliment) for her performance. |

| 3. | The teacher (complemented) (complimented) the class. |

| 4. | The bride and groom received a full (complement) (compliment) of silverware. |

| 5. | The two players' abilities (complement) (compliment) each other. |

| 6. | (Complement) (Compliment) her for her performance as much as possible. |

| 7. | His attempt at (complementing) (complimenting) her on her new hairstyle went awry. |

| 8. | The speaker was very (complementary) (complimentary) to the graduating class. |

| 9. | We found in art that those colors are (complementary) (complimentary). |

| 10. | In grammar we found that some verbs have a subjective or an objective (complement) (compliment). |

| 11. | An expression of admiration or praise is considered a (complement) (compliment). |

| 12. | The author gave the students a (complementary) (complimentary) copy of his book. |

| 13. | That which fills up or completes a thing is said to be the (complement) (compliment) of the whole. |

| 14. | In geometry (complementary) (complimentary) angles add up to be 90 degrees. |

| 15. | I would like to (complement) (compliment) you for your speech. |

| 16. | The ship had its full (complement) (compliment) of sailors. |

| 17. | His math skills and her cooking skills (complemented) (complimented) each other. |

| 18. | I would consider her comments to be very (complementary) (complimentary) to the band. |

| 19. | Twenty questions are a full (complement) (compliment) for each exercise. |

| 20. | The students were (complemented) (complimented) for their efforts. |