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About İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

*** What a movie, talk about boredom!

*** Have you been bored with your stories about China?

*** Some of the nomadic cattle herders, like the Fulani of the Western Sudan, move about with the seasons.

*** In Holly’s ear, Feldstein whispered about the circulation of samizdat writings.

*** They include the writings of historians and textbooks, stories about the past and historical fiction.

*** About 12 inches wide is the absolute minimum you should consider.

*** She told of an absolute obsession with a story about a priest she had confused with a former lover.

*** She has strong feelings about the issue of abortion.

*** They shouted at her when she tried to talk about the issue of abortion.

*** I realize that there is virtually nothing healthy about these things.

*** The story was about an anteater that wanted to change its nose.

*** By analyzing the parts of the sentence, we learn more about English grammar.

*** Scientists are cautious about the use of enzyme therapy in humans.

*** The committee is concerned about the behavior of the players, especially discussing with the referees.

*** Feeling rejected triggers deep anxieties about the fear of being unwanted and unloved.

*** You are a limousine from Iowa City, which is about 20 miles from Cedar Rapids.

*** Someone asked about the appropriate treatments for finishing redwood or cedar covers.

*** These panels were bent to form a screen about five feet high.

*** Americans are spending about 50 cents of every dollar of food in food prepared by someone else.

*** Take the path next to the Esk, here densely covered with birch and ash, about a hundred meters upstream.

*** We heard terrible things about your school system in my country, and I have met many of you.

*** School reformers are tempted to fantasize about the future of schooling.

***How about you?

***How about 12:45?

***It’s about time.

***He is about forty.

***He is about my age.

***He is about thirty.

***How about tomorrow?

***He is about my size.

***I got up about five.

***She is about my age.

***Don’t worry about it.

***He is about your age.

***I got up at about six.

***Please think about it.

***She is about to leave.

***How about a cup of tea?

***They’re about to leave.

***She was about to go out.

***They are about to start.

***You’re wrong about that.

***How about going swimming?

***How do you feel about it?

***I am about to leave here.

***I want to think about it.

***I’m crazy about football.

***I’m serious about my job.

***It’s about time to start.

***She has about 2,000 books.

***What’re you talking about?

***Don’t worry about the past.

***How about calling it a day?

***It’s about time for dinner.

***We are about to leave here.

***What about a glass of beer?

***What are you talking about?

***What do you like about her?

***I am not certain about that.

***I’ll have to think about it.

***I’m worried about my weight.

***Did he say anything about it?

***I don’t care about your past.

***It’s about time we went back.

***Nancy told me about the fire.

***Please do something about it.

***We’ll be home at about 11:00.

***Be careful about what you eat.

***He complained about the noise.

***He complained about the noise.

***Are you quite certain about it?

***Do you have any ideas about it?

***He told me about it in private.

***He’s about the same age as you.

***I asked Tom about his new book.

***I want to talk to him about it.

***It’s about time we went to bed.

***Let me tell you about the case.

***She’s about the same age as me.

***We talked about various topics.

***You’ll forget about me someday.

***He is about to leave for London.

***How about another piece of cake?

***How do you feel about the issue?

***I am thinking about my children.

***I am thinking about that matter.

***I said nothing about the matter.

***It’s about time to go to school.

***She argued with him about money.

***Tom doesn’t know much about art.

***About how many books do you have?

***He is uncertain about his future.

***He made up a story about the dog.

***How about making me a cup of tea?

***I will ask him about it tomorrow.

***I’m about to tell you the answer.

***She advised him about what to do.

***She’s about the same age as I am.

***We talked about yesterday’s test.

***Don’t worry about what others say.

***How did you get to know about her?

***How did you learn about that news?

***I am not about to pay ten dollars.

***I arrived here about five o’clock.

***I read about him in the newspaper.

***My mother is strict about manners.

***She doesn’t want to talk about it.

***She spoke to him about the matter.

***She thinks about him all the time.

***Tell me what you’re arguing about.

***What do you think about this plan?

***He’s about the same age as you are.

***I had a dream about you last night.

***She complained about my low salary.

***She felt insecure about her future.

***She’s about the same height as you.

***Did he say anything about it to you?

***Have you been told about the problem?

***I’m very concerned about her illness.

***She complained to him about the food.

***She has about as many stamps as I do.

***She told him all about her childhood.

***Tom is not serious about his studies.

***We complained about the poor service.

***I agree with your opinion about taxes.

***She always says nice things about him.

***She complained to him about the noise.

***Tom is going to do something about it.

***Are you seriously thinking about going?

***I don’t know what you’re talking about.

***Tom knows a lot about American history.

***Have you told anyone about this problem?

***He told me about the change in the plan.

***I’ll let you know all about it later on.

***My father is very particular about food.

***Are you seriously thinking about divorce?

***Don’t talk about work. We’re on vacation.

***I was about to leave when you telephoned.

***It’s fun to learn about foreign cultures.

***He’s the boy we spoke about the other day.

***I think you should think about the future.

***I wonder why she didn’t tell him about it.

***I’ll bet you that you’re wrong about that.

***She acted as if she knew nothing about it.

***She is careless about the way she dresses.

***Tom asked Mary’s advice about the problem.

***Tom doesn’t know a whole lot about racing.

***Are you seriously thinking about not going?

***Don’t talk about people behind their backs.

***How did she get to know so much about fish?

***I think you need to think about the future.

***I wish you had not told him about the plan.

***She lay awake for hours thinking about him.

***The country’s economy is about to collapse.

***I come home from work about seven every day.

***I’m going to leave about ten in the morning.

***She claims that she knows nothing about him.

***She has been dating him for about two years.

***She spends all her time thinking about boys.

***He denied knowing anything about their plans.

***He informed me about the changes in the plan.

***He’s always saying bad things about his wife.

***How about stopping the car and taking a rest?

***I only found out about it purely by accident.

***I’ve been thinking about the meaning of life.

***It’s about time you sent the children to bed.

***She’ll tell him about it when she comes back.

***Have you told anyone about the surprise party?

***I can talk about anything with my best friend.

***I didn’t know about it until I read the paper.

***I didn’t know about that until quite recently.

***I don’t understand what you are talking about.

***I often think about the place where I met you.

***I’d like to read some books about the Beatles.

***I don’t know anything about their relationship.

***Please spend a few minutes thinking about this.

***She thinks about him when she’s feeling lonely.

***Tom doesn’t really talk about his problems much.

***We were just about to leave when she telephoned.

***Are you seriously thinking about eating all that?

***Are you still thinking about applying to Harvard?

***I couldn’t figure out what she was talking about.

***The only thing he’s thinking about is seeing her.

***You don’t understand how worried I was about you.

***Are you seriously thinking about getting involved?

***She advised him to talk about his life in America.

***Actually, I didn’t know anything about those plans.

***Are you seriously thinking about becoming involved?

***Are you seriously thinking about driving all night?

***Are you seriously thinking about getting a divorce?

***Are you seriously thinking about quitting your job?

***He gave an explanation about why he had been absent.

***She had a good time talking with him about his trip.

***The more I think about it, the less I understand it.

***Are you seriously thinking about buying that old car?

***Are you seriously thinking about selling this online?

***He complained about the room being too hot and humid.

***She argued with him about their children’s education.

***Are you seriously thinking about selling this on eBay?

***You shouldn’t tell him anything about your girlfriend.

***I know you’re probably mad about what I said yesterday.

***She spends more time thinking about work than doing it.

***Tom is thinking about applying for a better-paying job.

***I never imagined we’d be talking about this topic today.

***She was about to call him up when he walked in the door.

***I don’t know about the others, but as for me, I’m for it.

***I’ve spent way too much time thinking about this problem.

***When I met her the other day, she asked about my parents.

***He’s racking his brains about how to deal with the matter.

***It’s about time we brought this party to an end, isn’t it?

***It’s close to ten o’clock. It’s about time we went to bed.

***Are you seriously thinking about starting your own business?

***Parents are usually concerned about their children’s future.

***She couldn’t fall asleep because she was thinking about him.

***As we ate our meal, we talked about what we had done that day.

***I don’t feel like working. How about going to a movie instead?

***I know it’s going to be unpleasant to talk about the accident.

***I think it’s time for me to admit that I never cared about you.

***I think it’s time for me to talk to the boss about this problem.

***The ancient Greeks knew as much about the solar system as we do.

***He was curious about how it would taste, so he took a small bite.

***Are you seriously thinking about buying a computer from that store?




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