By İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

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By İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

*** Did you pay by cheque or in cash?

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


*** Come and sit by me

*** We hadn’t arranged to meet. We met by chance

*** The two cities were connected by satellite for a television programme.

*** If you haven’t got any cash, you can pay by cheque.

*** Liz usually goes to work by bus.


*** Romeo and Juliet is a play by Shakespeare.

*** The plane was badly damaged by lightning

*** How long does it take to cross the Atlantic by sea?

*** I missed him by ten minutes.

*** The photograph was taken by a friend of mine

***He came by bus.


***He came by car.

***I’ll come by 10.

***Let’s go by bus.

***Let’s go by car.

***She stood by him.

***Do it by yourself.

***He went by bicycle.


***May I pay by check?

***I met him by chance.

***I traveled by myself.

***Let’s go by taxi, OK?

***She was hit by a car.

***Will you go by train?

***I go to school by bus.


***She was kissed by him.

***He played piano by ear.

***He visited Nara by bus.

***Ten years have gone by.

***You’d better go by bus.

***3 multiplied by 5 is 15.

***Ken must be home by now.

***Let’s drop by his house.


***Can I pay by credit card?

***He goes to school by bus.

***He is by no means bright.

***I began living by myself.

***The dog was hit by a car.

***This desk is used by Tom.

***Will you send it by mail?

***Did you study by yourself?

***Does he go to work by bus?

***Go and sit by your father.

***I was almost hit by a car.

***I was nearly hit by a car.

***Ken goes to school by bus.

***She was brought up by him.

***She was humiliated by him.


***The house is owned by him.

***Do you go to school by bus?

***Eggs are sold by the dozen.

***I need to know by tomorrow.

***I’ll send the book by mail.

***She held him by the sleeve.

***She plays the piano by ear.

***She was blackmailed by him.

***The dog was hit by a truck.

***Did you make it by yourself?

***Does he go to school by bus?

***I crossed the river by boat.

***I don’t go to school by bus.

***I’ll be back by six o’clock.

***My plan was adopted by them.


***Please send it to me by fax.

***She grabbed him by the hand.

***She was almost hit by a car.

***Who was the book written by?

***He goes to school by bicycle.

***He goes to the office by car.

***How long does it take by bus?

***How long does it take by car?

***I was impressed by his music.

***I was laughed at by everyone.

***He prepared supper by himself.

***He should have arrived by now.

***I advised her to come by 9:00.

***I go to work by car every day.

***I usually go to school by bus.


***I went there by bus and train.

***I went to the airport by taxi.

***Mary is respected by everyone.

***She crouched down by the gate.

***The dog was run over by a car.

***The hotel is run by his uncle.

***This work is by no means easy.

***Did he come by bus or by train?

***He was accompanied by his wife.

***He was deserted by his friends.

***I live in this house by myself.

***I was almost run over by a car.

***I was delayed by a traffic jam.

***Memorize the poem by next week.

***She went to the museum by taxi.


***We traveled to Mexico by plane.

***You must be back by 10 o’clock.

***Dinner is probably ready by now.

***Do you commute to school by bus?

***Don’t let opportunities pass by.

***He is getting better bit by bit.

***I built this doghouse by myself.

***I go to work every day by train.

***I have to be back home by seven.

***I made this dog house by myself.

***I walked in the woods by myself.

***My grandmother lives by herself.

***Our dog was run over by a truck.

***She advised him to come by 2:30.

***She is being blackmailed by him.


***Was this letter written by Mary?

***Why don’t we drop by to see her?

***He repaired his watch by himself.

***He’ll finish the job by tomorrow.

***I was deeply moved by his speech.

***She advised him to go by bicycle.

***She was advised by him not to go.

***She went to the hospital by taxi.

***They were scolded by the teacher.

***You can go to the station by bus.

***How did you come by this painting?

***I was moved to tears by the story.

***I will finish my homework by nine.

***Mary took out the eggs one by one.

***She is related to him by marriage.

***The old man was run over by a car.

***The roof was damaged by the storm.

***Traveling by boat is a lot of fun.

***Do you think I should go by myself?

***He came by car instead of by train.

***I want to finish this work by five.

***I was convinced by his explanation.

***Nowadays many people travel by car.

***The boy caught the dog by the tail.

***Traffic was blocked by a landslide.

***What do you think he meant by that?

***Your son must be quite tall by now.

***Could we have a table by the window?

***I thought you had to get up by 7:30.

***The policeman caught him by the arm.

***I need to know your answer by Friday.

***We amused ourselves by playing games.

***I shouldn’t have gone there by myself.

***She was advised by him on that matter.

***She was advised by him save his money.

***She was advised by him to be punctual.

***She was advised by him to lose weight.

***She was advised by him to work harder.

***She was advised by him to stop smoking.

***by the time you come back, I’ll be gone.

***I’m sorry I opened your mail by mistake.

***Please get this work finished by Monday.

***She wasn’t able to contact him by phone.

***I can tell it’s him by the way he speaks.

***I need your answer by the end of the day.

***Kate wants to finish her homework by ten.

***Lightning is usually followed by thunder.

***Tom’s shot missed the target by two feet.

***When I travel, I prefer to travel by air.

***I cheered myself up by listening to music.

***She has never been in a car driven by him.

***She was advised by him to give up smoking.

***She was loved by everybody in the village.

***by the time you get back, she’ll have left.

***I avoid traveling by air, if I can help it.

***I narrowly escaped being run over by a car.

***I’m afraid I took your umbrella by mistake.

***She advised him not to go there by himself.

***She was advised by him to give up drinking.

***She was advised by him to go to the police.

***The company is managed by my older brother.

***The teacher was surrounded by her students.

***We shouldn’t judge people by how they look.

***We tried to cheer him up by taking him out.

***Dick promised to come back by three o’clock.

***I’ll get you the info you need by next week.

***Please turn in your report by next Saturday.

***She was advised by him to come back at once.

***She was advised by him to get more exercise.

***She was taken care of by one of her friends.

***That company is managed by my older brother.

***Excuse me for opening your letter by mistake.

***He promised me to come by five at the latest.

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

***Tom’s Japanese is improving little by little.

***According to the news, he was eaten by sharks.

***I must get this work finished by next Tuesday.

***Mike managed to carry the suitcase by himself.

***She came very near to being run over by a car.

***She was advised by him on how to stay healthy.

***An old man sat surrounded by his grandchildren.

***Her mother lives in the country all by herself.

***I have lots of work to clear up by the weekend.

***I shouldn’t have to do all this work by myself.

***She was advised by him to listen to her doctor.

***Someone must have taken my umbrella by mistake.

***By the way, did you hear that Mary quit her job?

***I gave her my word I would be back home by nine.

***I have a lot of work to clear up by the weekend.

***I saw a young boy crossing the street by himself.

***I think it’s time for me to contact him by phone.

***If you are by my side, I don’t need anything else.

***Please turn in the report by the end of the month.

***I’m sure that she has arrived at the village by now.

***She had no difficulty in learning the poem by heart.

***I shouldn’t have walked home late at night by myself.

***The old man narrowly escaped being run over by a car.

***They insisted on my getting the work done by tomorrow.

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

***I heard that a paralyzed man was eaten alive by maggots.

***I opened the door and saw two boys standing side by side.

***She grabbed him by the hand and pulled him onto the boat.



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