Book (Kitap) İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

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Book (Kitap) İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

*** I remember returning the book to the library.

*** I should’ve just stayed home and read a book.


*** I was seized with the desire to buy the book.

*** If I had enough money, I could buy this book.

*** If you do not have this book, you can buy it.

*** It was your child who tore my book to pieces.

*** May I have another book in place of this one?


*** Not very many people bought the book I wrote.

*** Please book me a room in a first-class hotel.

*** She managed to read a book written in French.

*** The book is a sort of autobiographical novel.

*** The fact is that I haven’t read the book yet.

*** There are a great many books in this library.


*** There are people who read books to kill time.

*** These books are mine and those books are his.

*** They borrow books from the teachers’ library.

*** This book is even more interesting than that.

*** This book is too difficult to read in a week.

*** This is exactly the book that I want to read.

*** This is one of the best books I’ve ever read.


*** Tom was sitting under a tree, reading a book.

*** Tomorrow, I’ll take the books to the library.

*** We are expecting the publication of his book.

*** What should I do with the books on the table?

*** When was the last time you translated a book?

*** Where can I go to buy art books and catalogs?

*** Would you be so kind as to lend me your book?


*** You must not tear pages out of library books.

*** You must return the book by the end of April.

*** You shouldn’t read a book in a room this dim.

*** You will be able to read this book next year.

*** “Where are the books?” “They’re on the desk.”

*** All the characters in this book are imaginary.

*** Any book will do as long as it is interesting.

*** books such as these are too difficult for him.


*** Have you ever read a book written about Japan?

*** He is the book critic for the local newspaper.

*** He took out a book about the history of coins.

*** He was fortunate to find the book he had lost.

*** I bought some Romanian books for the students.

*** I bought the book for myself, not for my wife.

*** I finally talked her into lending me the book.

*** I have no objection to the boy reading a book.

*** I have some books that you might like to read.

*** I ordered five books on economics from London.

*** I think you’ll really enjoy reading this book.

*** I was able to find the book I was looking for.

*** I would like to read some books about Lincoln.

*** It was my book that your child tore to pieces.

*** It would be better for you to read more books.


*** My brother has many more good books than I do.

*** Read the kind of books that are useful to you.

*** She dog-eared the page and set the book aside.

*** She will write another book one of these days.

*** Take the book that has been left on the table.

*** That guard tends to do everything by the book.

*** The first part of the book is set in Florence.

*** The more books you read, the more you’ll know.

*** The second part of the book is set in England.

*** There is a pen between the apple and the book.

*** There were no more than two books on the desk.

*** This book deals with the uses of atomic power.

*** This book has now been translated into French.

*** This book is about a king who loses his crown.

*** This book is better than any I have ever read.


*** This book is both interesting and instructive.

*** This is the very book I have been looking for.

*** Tom read the whole book from beginning to end.

*** Tom said you might be interested in this book.

*** We handle all type of books, both new and old.

*** We have a lot of English books in the library.

*** When I was reading a book, the telephone rang.

*** Why do you keep a picture of her in your book?

*** You need a large vocabulary to read that book.

*** You should read many books when you are young.

*** All you have to do is to hand this book to him.

*** books are to the mind what food is to the body.

*** Don’t forget to return the book to the library.

*** Dr. Hawking had almost finished writing a book.

*** He has accumulated quite a collection of books.


*** How long did it take us to translate this book?

*** How many books do you think you’ve read so far?

*** I bought this book for myself, not for my wife.

*** I can refer you to a good book on this subject.

*** I have a large number of books on my bookshelf.

*** I have read every book in my father’s bookcase.

*** I have to take these books back to the library.

*** I just got a few interesting books on religion.

*** I read the most interesting book in my library.

*** I sat back in the armchair and opened the book.

*** I would like to read books on Japanese history.

*** I’d like to exchange this book for another one.

*** If it were not for books, life would be boring.

*** John is looking for a book on Japanese history.

*** Please put that book back exactly where it was.


*** That book‘s done a lot to popularize chemistry.

*** That publisher specialises in children’s books.

*** This book is so difficult that I can’t read it.

*** This book is worth reading over and over again.

*** The book is divided into five parts and each of these has three sections.

*** She has read every book in the library.

*** War and Peace is a book by Tolstoy.

*** There were four books on the table. Each book was a different colour.

*** He was reading a book while I was watching television.

*** Jack read a lot of books and magazines while he was ill.

***Please lend me this book for a few days.

***Reading this book was really worthwhile.

***She bought the book for next to nothing.

***She was absorbed in reading comic books.

***Some of his books are difficult to read.


***The man who wrote this book is a doctor.

***The teacher asked me which book I liked.

***There are hardly any books in this room.

***These books are easier than those books.

***This book belongs to the school library.

***This book belongs to the school library.

***This book covers the subject completely.

***This book is a good guide for beginners.

***This book is available at one shop only.

***This book is easy enough for me to read.

***This is just the book I was looking for.

***Tom opened the book and started reading.

***Tom showed Mary the book he had written.

***Tom took one of the books off the shelf.

***We arranged the books according to size.

***Which is easier, this book or that book?

***A library is the best resource for books.

***All in all, I thought it was a good book

***Did you read the book that won the prize?

***Do you know which book she wants to read?

***Do you like books written by Franz Kafka?

***Every sentence in that book is important.

***First of all, you have to read this book.

***He bought an English book at a bookstore.

***He fell for the oldest trick in the book.

***He is glad about his son’s love of books.

***He regretted borrowing the book from her.

***He sold me the book for one thousand yen.

***He spends a great deal of money on books.

***He wrote a book about a jungle adventure.

***I am allowed 1,000 yen a month for books.

***I inquired about the book in many stores.

***I know the book is very difficult for us.

***I searched for a book with many pictures.

***I still have the book from last semester.

***I went to the library to read some books.

***I will finish reading the book in a week.

***I’ll lend you some books of my brother’s.

***In this book, lots of concidences happen.

***Jane lent me this book of hers last week.

***Look up the number in the telephone book.

***Man is the only animal that writes books.

***Mr. Brown always carries a book with him.

***My little sister can read books well now.

***My son has read every book on that shelf.

***I sold a book.

***It’s your book.

***Close your book.

***I bought a book.

***This is my book.

***The book is easy.

***This book is old.

***Where is my book?

***Here is your book.

***I gave him a book.

***I wrote this book.

***This book is mine.

***I gave Mary a book.

***Is this book yours?

***This book is heavy.

***This book is yours.

***She gave him a book.

***That book is theirs.

***This is an old book.

***This is Tony’s book.

***All I have is a book.

***Don’t open your book.

***This book is smaller.

***This is a small book.

***Do you need this book?

***I found the book easy.

***She handed him a book.

***You may take the book.

***This thin book is mine.

***You can read this book.

***You may read this book.

***My uncle gave me a book.

***This is a very old book.

***Didn’t you read the book?

***I got this book from him.

***Was the book interesting?

***What an interesting book!

***Your book is on the desk.

***Give that book back to me.

***I will give you this book.

***Will you show me the book?

***I read a book while eating.

***I’ll send the book by mail.

***This book is too expensive.

***This book seems easy to me.

***I’m now busy writing a book.

***She read the book all night.

***There is a book on the desk.

***Who was the book written by?

***Does this book belong to you?

***He stuck the book in his bag.

***I found the book interesting.

***I have read this book before.

***I want you to read this book.

***My uncle bought me this book.

***This book sold well in Japan.

***This is the only book I have.

***What did you do with my book?

***When is your book coming out?

***How long can I keep this book?

***I borrowed this book from him.

***This book isn’t worth reading.

***Who will you give the book to?

***He is anxious to read the book.

***I asked Tom about his new book.

***May I leave this book with you?

***She borrowed the book from him.

***Have you already read this book?

***Have you read this book already?

***This book goes on the top shelf.

***I bought this book the other day.

***She gave me a book for Christmas.

***This book contains many pictures.

***This book is easy for me to read.

***This book is hard for me to read.

***When will your book be published?

***I found the book very interesting.

***I left my address book in my room.

***He was reading a book at that time.

***I returned the book to the library.

***I think this book is worth reading.

***He spent the evening reading a book.

***I read the book from cover to cover.

***I finally got hold of that book I wanted.

***I’ll bring the book back to you tomorrow.

***I bought every book on Japan I could find.

***I thought that book was difficult to read.

***I found a rare book I had been looking for.

***It doesn’t bother me if you take that book.

***I think that that book is not so interesting.

***It doesn’t matter to me if you take that book.

***I’d like you to translate this book into English.

***I came across this book in a secondhand bookstore.

***I copied a passage from the book into my notebook.

***I want you to return the book I lent you the other day.

***The other day I discovered a book written by my father.

***Tom wrote Mary’s phone number in his little black book.

***She borrowed the book from him many years ago and hasn’t yet returned it.



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