Come (Gelmek) İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

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İçinde Come geçen İngilizce örnek cümleler. Come kelimesinin İngilizce cümle içinde kullanımı ile ilgili olarak örnek cümlelerin yer aldığı sayfamız.

Come İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

*** They want us to come in right away.

*** Tom came downstairs in his pajamas.


*** Tom came to Boston three years ago.

*** Tom came to my office this morning.

*** Tom can’t come to the office today.

*** Tom comes from a well-to-do family.

*** Tom doesn’t know if Mary will come.


*** Tom doesn’t really want me to come.

*** Tom doubts if Mary will come today.

*** Tom expects Mary to come back soon.

*** Tom has just come back from Boston.

*** Tom is unlikely to come by himself.

*** Tom phoned to say he couldn’t come.


*** Tom used to come to work in a Ford.

*** Tom wanted Mary to come home early.

*** We can’t let Tom know we’re coming.

*** We need to come up with a new plan.

*** When did Tom come back from Boston?

*** When I came home, Tom was studying.

*** Why did you want to come back here?


*** Why didn’t you phone before coming?

*** Why don’t you come inside and wait?

*** Why don’t you come over for dinner?

*** Will you let me know when he comes?

*** You weren’t supposed to come today.

*** A Mr. Jones came while you were out.

*** A Mr. Smith came while you were out.


*** come and see me on Sunday next week.

*** come on, let’s see what’s happening.

*** Did Tom say when he’d come to visit?

*** Did Tom say who he’d be coming with?

*** Did you come here to help me or not?

*** Don’t come back without information.

*** Don’t let anyone come near the fire.

*** He came out from behind the curtain.


*** I came here to see how you’re doing.

*** I came straight here from rehearsal.

*** I can stay here until you come back.

*** I can’t believe you came here alone.

*** I can’t come to the phone right now.

*** I can’t imagine what’s come over me.

*** I couldn’t come because of the rain.

*** I didn’t expect you to come so soon.

*** I don’t know when Bob came to Japan.

*** I don’t see why I had to come along.

*** I finally came up with a great idea.

*** I hope you’ll get to come home soon.

*** I know you weren’t planning to come.

*** I like coming to this park at night.

***He can come.


***Please come.

***Can you come?

***come with me.

***come with us.

***She may come.

***May I come in?

***Will she come?

***Please come in.

***She might come.

***come and see me.

***come here, John.

***Has he come yet?

***I’ll come by 10.

***Spring has come.

***come and help us.


***Don’t come again.

***Dreams come true.

***I expect to come.

***She may not come.

***come here quickly.

***He will come soon.

***Please come again.

***come along with me.

***come along with us.

***come into the room.

***He hasn’t come yet.

***He is sure to come.

***I come from Brazil.

***I told him to come.

***come again tomorrow.


***come home before six.

***He is likely to come.

***I expect him to come.

***My mother can’t come.

***Perhaps he will come.

***come tomorrow morning.

***I come from Australia.

***Why don’t you come in?

***Will he come tomorrow?

***You’ve come too early.

***come on! We’ll be late.

***He still wants to come.

***I’ll come if necessary.

***Why did you come early?

***Won’t you come with me?


***Would you like to come?

***I just want you to come.

***I’ll come to your place.

***Mary has just come home.

***What made you come here?

***come in, the door’s open.

***come on any day you like.

***You have to come with me.

***A gun might come in handy.

***come and see me right now.

***come at any time you like.

***come at ten o’clock sharp.

***come on! Give me a chance.

***come to my house at eight.

***Do you want to come along?


***He wanted to come with us.

***How do you come to school?

***I didn’t hear you come in.

***I’m glad that you’ll come.

***This stain won’t come out.

***Will he come this evening?

***come over here and join us.

***Dreams sometimes come true.

***I should have come earlier.

***I thought he wouldn’t come.

***I’m glad that you can come.

***When did you come to Japan?

***Your dreams have come true.

***He doesn’t always come late.

***I wish you had come with us.

***Why did she come home early?

***Has the mailman already come?

***I’m not sure when he’ll come.

***Would you come here a moment?

***Do you know when he will come?

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

***I promise you I’ll come early.

***May all your dreams come true!

***When did he say he would come?

***Why did you come home so late?

***Ask her when he will come back.

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

***Do you know when she will come?

***He may come and see us tonight.

***I am not sure but she may come.

***I wish she had come last night.

***She may not come here tomorrow.

***When did your father come home?

***According to her, he won’t come.

***come and see me once in a while.

***Don’t let that dog come near me!

***Have you been told when to come?

***I hope your wish will come true.

***Maybe you’d better come with us.

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

***She waited for him to come home.

***Because he’s sick, he can’t come.

***He is expected to come home soon.

***He was sick, so he couldn’t come.

***I don’t think that she will come.

***I think the train will come soon.

***I would like you to come with me.

***Who do you think will come first?

***Will he be able to come tomorrow?

***come and see me any time you like.

***come and see me at eleven o’clock.

***He won’t come in a rain like this.

***How did you come by this painting?

***I hope your wishes will come true.

***Trains come more often than buses.

***When will you come back to school?

***come and see me when you have time.

***He is often doesn’t come to school.

***I advised him to come back at once.

***I am doubtful whether he will come.

***I have an idea she will come today.

***I wish you could have come with me.

***She will come even if she is tired.

***Should I wait for her to come back?

***He couldn’t come because he was sick.

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

***She asked him to come into her house.

***This just might come in handy someday.

***I promised him that I would come today.

***I think it’s time for me to come clean.

***What time do you think he’ll come back?

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

***He promised to come, but he didn’t come.

***I have a feeling that she’ll come today.

***I shouldn’t have to ever come back here.

***Please come to see me from time to time.

***Won’t you come in and have a cup of tea?

***come and visit us in Paris sometime soon.

***He promised me that he would come at four.

***I asked him to come with me and he agreed.

***I have a feeling that she will come today.

***I don’t know for certain when he will come.

***I don’t know when my father will come back.

***I’ll bring my sister when I come next time.

***As far as I know, he has never come on time.

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

***Here come the police. Let’s get out of here.

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

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

***She’d like him to come to her house at 2:30.

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

***I didn’t expect that Mary would come so soon.

***I don’t know whether George will come or not.

***I don’t think any more students want to come.

***She promised me that she would come at three.

***Tom’s already here, but Bill hasn’t come yet.

***Won’t you come to my to my house next Sunday?

***He said that he would come back here tomorrow.

***Here. Take this with you. It might come in handy.

***I miss you. I need to see you. Could I come over?

***I think it’s time for us to come to an agreement.

***I still think it’s unlikely that he’ll come today.

***He was wrong in thinking that she’d come to see him.

***She asked him to come into her house, but he refused.

***Would you like to come in for an interview next week?

***As soon as I can get the chance, I’ll come for a visit.

***I never imagined so many people would come to my party.

***I took it for granted that she would come to our wedding.

***You should have told me that you wanted me to come alone.

***If you want to make your dreams come true, keep on trying.

***Having a small flashlight in your pocket may come in handy.

***Take this folding umbrella with you. It might come in handy.

***I can’t tell you how happy I am that you’ve come to visit us.

***I think it wouldn’t be too hard to come up with a better system.

***I can think of some situations in which a knife would come in handy.

***She wrote to him to tell him that she couldn’t come to visit next summer.

***He turned the bottle upside down and shook it, but still the honey wouldn’t come out.

***I never thought this rubber band would come in handy when I put it in my pocket this morning.

***I think it’s unlikely that the next version of Windows will come out before the end of this month.



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