İçinde Children kelimesi geçen ingilizce örnek cümleler ve anlamları. Children ile ilgili ingilizce cümle örnekleri.
Children İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler
***She’s putting the children to bed.
***Small children like to be carried.
***Teachers must understand children.
***The children rolled down the hill.
***The other children call him Fatty.
***The teachers greeted the children.
***They are fairy tales for children.
***They were all friends as children.
***This book is adapted for children.
***This TV show is aimed at children.
***Tom brought his children with him.
***Tom has a wife and three children.
***Children do a lot of stupid things.
***Children don’t like to take a bath.
***Children like playing on the beach.
***Children should be taught to share.
***He abandoned his wife and children.
***He is the father of three children.
***I cannot tolerate naughty children.
***Let’s take the children to the zoo.
***Many children died at an early age.
***My sister is very fond of children.
***She sat surrounded by her children.
***The children broke the ancient urn.
***The children didn’t like the movie.
***Would you like to get married and have children?
***You should set a good example for your children.
***”Whose children are these?” “They are Marika’s.”
***All of the children had to go to bed before dark.
***Children are very curious and ask many questions.
***Children under three are admitted free of charge.
***Don’t let the children monopolize the television.
***I bring my children to the park almost every day.
***I believe it’s my duty to protect these children.
***I take my children to the beach almost every day.
***I want to buy my children everything I never had.
***I had enough to do to look after my own children.
***Is it true that you breast-fed all your children?
***It is morning. The children are eating breakfast.
***Tom knows how to talk to children.
***Tom would never hurt his children.
***Mrs. Lark played the piano and the children sang.
***My sister-in-law had four children in five years.
***Teaching children is easier than teaching adults.
***The children went to school in spite of the rain.
***The children were allowed to stay up till 10 p.m.
***The children were so noisy that I couldn’t study.
***Tom and Mary live on a farm and have 16 children.
***I hate dealing with children who are picky eaters.
***I placed the medicine out of the children‘s reach.
***I’ve been friends with him since we were children.
***Men, women and children on both sides were killed.
***Children often rub their eyes when they are tired.
***Children should only speak when they’re spoken to.
***He amused the children by showing them some magic.
***What will become of his children after his death?
***Children begin school when they are six years old.
***Tom sat on the bench, watching the children play.
***All his children want presents on their birthdays.
***We have a lot of children‘s books in the library.
***We should ban advertising aimed towards children.
***Small children are afraid of being left alone in the dark.
***The visit to the circus was a big thrill for the children.
***There are a lot of children playing tag on the playground.
***There are many migrant farm-worker children at our school.
***Those children always get into trouble with their parents.
***Tom hates parents who don’t control their bratty children.
***When I opened the window, I saw children playing baseball.
***Children are often very good at learning foreign languages.
***He did everything he could do for the sake of his children.
***His children as well as his wife were invited to the party.
***How many children do you want to have when you get married?
***If you could choose the genes for your children, would you?
***Intended for children, this is a book often read by adults.
***It seems that the children will have to sleep on the floor.
***Jane offered to take care of our children when we were out.
***Most of the adults there were swimming with their children.
***My grandmother looks after the children during the daytime.
***She cared for the children after the death of their mother.
***She couldn’t think what to give the children for Christmas.
***She has no qualms about being violent towards her children.
***Taking the group of children to the library was no problem.
***The children thought that their parents were made of money.
***Tom didn’t like being separated from his wife and children.
***Tom hid the children‘s Christmas presents behind the couch.
***Tom knows better than to throw rocks at the other children.
***Tom told me that I should spend more time with my children.
***You shouldn’t say such a thing in the presence of children.
***All the children sat up and behaved themselves at the party.
***Be careful what you tell children. They’ll believe anything.
***She seems to take immense pleasure in playing with children.
***The children were sitting around the campfire singing songs.
***Children whose parents are rich do not know how to use money.
***He apologized to his wife and children for losing his temper.