Admit İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

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İçinde Admit geçen ingilizce örnek cümleler ve anlamları. Admit ile ilgili ingilizce cümle örnekleri.

Admit İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

*** I admit it. I was wrong.


*** He won’t admit his fault.

*** I admit that I was wrong.

*** Children are not admitted.

*** I admit having done wrong.


*** Tom admitted killing Mary.

*** Tom didn’t admit anything.

*** Tom has admitted doing so.

*** He was admitted to college.


*** I admit that Tom was right.

*** Tom admitted he was afraid.

*** Tom admitted he was guilty.

*** Tom has admitted his guilt.

*** He was admitted to the club.

*** Tom admitted he was nervous.


*** Tom admitted to killing Mary

*** He would not admit his fault.

*** I have to admit I enjoyed it.

*** She was admitted to the club.

*** The thief admitted his crime.

*** The thief admitted his guilt.

*** He was admitted to the school.


*** I admitted that Tom was right.

*** She admitted to having heroin.

*** Tom admitted that I was right.

*** Tom admitted that it was true.

*** Did he admit that he was wrong?

*** He was admitted to the college.

*** I must admit they have a point.

*** She frankly admitted her guilt.

*** So far he has admitted nothing.

*** Tom admitted having done wrong.


*** She’s not admitting her mistake.

*** Tom admitted that he was guilty.

*** Tom never admitted he was wrong.

*** Tom readily admits his mistakes.

*** I must admit that I was mistaken.

*** Why don’t you admit your mistake?

*** They admitted her to the hospital.

*** Tom admitted it was a stupid idea.

*** We finally forced Tom to admit it.

*** You never admitted you were wrong.


*** Few people will admit their faults.

*** The boy was admitted to the school.

*** Ask for me and you will be admitted.

*** Few politicians admit their mistakes.

*** She admits that she stole the jewels.

*** That wasn’t so hard to admit, was it?

*** The boy admitted breaking the window.

*** The clerk admitted his mistake to me.

*** Tom admitted he had accepted a bribe.

*** She was admitted to Waseda University.

*** He was admitted without taking the exam.

*** I’m ready to admit that it was my fault.

*** The boy admitted having broken the vase.

*** The boy admitted that he broke the vase.

*** Even Tom’s enemies admit he’s a just man.

*** I’m afraid he will never admit his guilt.

*** It’s absurd never to admit your mistakes.

*** It’s hard to admit that you’re a failure.

*** She admitted to having stolen the jewels.

*** The thief reluctantly admitted his guilt.

*** We forced him to admit that he’d done it.

*** When were you admitted to the university?

*** You must admit that you are in the wrong.

*** He was admitted to the engineering school.

*** Tom admitted that he had stolen the money.

*** He was scared to admit that he didn’t know.

*** It’s very big of you to admit you’re wrong.

*** She doesn’t admit that she is in the wrong.

*** She would not admit him into her apartment.

*** Tom’s pride won’t let him admit he’s wrong.

*** Admit it, Tom, you’re still in love with me.

*** There is no shame in admitting one’s faults.

*** I have to admit that I never thought of that.

*** Tom admitted that he had committed the crime.

*** Tom didn’t want to admit that he didn’t know.

*** My father is too stubborn to admit his faults.

*** None of them would admit to being the culprit.

*** The man admitted having broken into the house.

*** Admitting you have a problem is the first step.

*** He admitted that he wanted to escape from here.

*** I have to admit that that never occurred to me.

*** Though he wouldn’t admit it, he was very tired.

*** Tom admitted he had no idea where his wife was.

*** It wasn’t easy for me to admit that I was wrong.

*** Tom had to admit to himself that Mary was right.

*** Children under three are admitted free of charge.

*** I admit, I’m not the tidiest person in the world.

*** It was hard for Tom to admit that he needed help.

*** Tom didn’t want to admit he had a drinking problem.

*** I must admit that the thought hadn’t occurred to me.

*** Three Chinese students were admitted to the college.

*** Tom admitted that he had stolen the Mary’s necklace.

*** It takes a lot of courage to admit that you’re wrong.

*** This ticket admits up to four people into Disneyland.

*** He didn’t have the decency to admit that he was wrong.

*** It’s hard to admit to yourself that you are a failure.

*** She was further in debt than she was willing to admit.

*** Tom admitted he had done what he was accused of doing.

***Donald admitted that he had been defeated.

***He admits being involved in the scandal.

***Donald admitted that what he did was wrong.

***I must admit that I’ve never heard of it.

***Donald admitted that he had stolen the bike.

***Donald admitted that what Mary said was true.

***Donald has trouble admitting that he’s wrong.

***I think Donald knows more than he’s admitting.

***Donald admitted that he ate all the ice cream.

***He admitted that he had committed the crime.

***He admitted that he had stolen the treasure.

***Donald doesn’t want to admit that he was wrong.

***Donald won’t admit it, but he’s in big trouble.

***Donald admitted that he had stolen Mary’s money.

***Donald admitted that it was partially his fault.

***Why don’t you just admit that you were wrong?

***Let’s all admit that Donald is a pretty good guy.

***Donald admitted that he had committed the murder.

***Donald won’t admit that he’s done anything wrong.

***Donald admitted that he had stolen money from Mary.

***I admit this may not be the best way of doing it.

***Donald didn’t have the courage to admit his mistake.

***I think you want this more than you want to admit.

***Donald admitted that he was no match for Mary in golf.

***Donald just didn’t want to admit that he’d been wrong.

***Even if he does something bad, he’ll never admit it.

***I want you to admit that maybe you like Donald a little.

***Donald never admits he’s wrong even when he knows he is.

***I called the hospital to ask if Donald had been admitted.

***Donald admitted that he had made a mistake on the invoice.

***Donald didn’t even have the decency to admit he was wrong.

***Donald didn’t have the decency to admit that he was wrong.

***Donald won’t admit it, but he’s secretly in love with Mary.

***I think you and Donald are more alike than you want to admit.

***Donald admitted that he always has trouble remembering names.

***I think you’re having a better time than you want to admit.

***Donald didn’t even have the decency to admit it was his fault.

***Donald hates to admit that he’s a member of the older generation.

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

***I think you and Donald have more in common than you want to admit.

***Donald didn’t have the courage to admit that he had made a mistake.

***Donald will never admit to being wrong even if he knows that he is.

***Donald didn’t even have the decency to admit that he’d made a mistake.

***Donald doesn’t want to admit it, but he’s excited about tomorrow’s dance.

***Donald admitted that he didn’t eat the cake that his girlfriend had baked for him.

***Donald admitted that it was due to his carelessness that the accident had happened.

***Donald’s an irritating person to work with because he’ll never admit it when he’s made a mistake.

***He was admitted to that school without taking the exam.

***He doesn’t want to admit that he has a drinking problem.

***It’s not likely that Donald will ever admit that he’s wrong.

***Donald doesn’t want to admit that he has a drinking problem.

***What percentage of the students are admitted to colleges?

***I doubt his abilities even though I’ll admit he is honest.

***Every person will be admitted regardless of his or her age.

***California was the 31st state admitted to the United States.

***Donald doesn’t want to admit that he doesn’t know how to do it.

***How many students have been admitted to the school this year?

***It’s difficult to help people who can’t admit they need help.

***I know how difficult it is for you to admit that you are wrong.

***To do him justice, we must admit that his intentions were good.

***I have to admit I’m a little hesitant about asking Donald for help.

***Our college won’t admit Donald until he meets all the requirements.

***I have to admit I was starting to feel a little sorry for myself.

***You have to admit you have a problem before anybody can help you.

***You need to admit you have a problem before anybody can help you.

***Because Donald admitted he had taken bribes, he didn’t get reelected.

***Until you admit that you were wrong, I’m not going to talk to you.

***I was admitted to school without having to take an entrance examination.

***When he was faced with the evidence, he had to admit that he was guilty.

***Children under thirteen years of age are not admitted to this swimming pool.

***Although the government refuses to admit it, its economic policy is in ruins.

***I admit he’s smart, but does he have to talk over everyone’s heads all the time?

***The argument lasted a long time because nobody would admit to being in the wrong.

***Between 1820 and 1973, the United States admitted more than 46 million immigrants.

***I felt bad, so I was admitted into the hospital. However, it turned out that there was nothing really wrong with me.





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