Cost İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

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Cost İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler


Cost İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

***That CD costs 10 dollars.

***The book costs 4 dollars.

***We must win at all costs.

***How much does a room cost?


***I will do it at all costs.

***It costs an arm and a leg.

***It nearly cost me my life.

***It will cost you 45 cents.

***It won’t cost us anything.


***This bag cost me 6 pounds.

***This book costs 4 dollars.

***This CD costs ten dollars.

***This costs more than that.

***Donald said it cost too much.

***Carrots cost three dollars.


***It cost about thirty pesos.

***It was well worth the cost.

***The cost in lives was huge.

***The land did not cost much.

***Donald asked how much it cost.

***What is the cost of a beer?

***About how much will it cost?


***All these things cost money.

***How much does a ticket cost?

***How much does this bag cost?

***How much does this tie cost?

***It could cost you your head.

***It must have cost a fortune.

***It nearly cost him his life.

***That will cost thirty euros.

***The book costs five dollars.

***This will not cost too much.

***How much do the carrots cost?


***How much does this book cost?

***How much is it going to cost?

***I must save her at all costs.

***It costs around thirty Euros.

***It’ll cost you 2,000 pesetas.

***Please advise me of the cost.

***This diamond costs a fortune.

***This shirt costs ten dollars.

***Donald’s schoolbooks cost a lot.

***At most, it’ll cost ten pesos.

***How much did the glasses cost?


***How much do those things cost?

***It will cost around 10000 yen.

***My mistake cost me my fortune.

***The oranges cost 7 pence each.

***That coat may have cost a lot of money, but it’s worth it.

***Donald is having trouble coping with the high cost of living.

***I don’t care how much it costs. I’m going to buy it anyway.

***She didn’t factor the high cost of repairs into the budget.

***I didn’t know how much it would cost to get my car repaired.

***It cost me quite a bit to take a taxi home from the station.

***The cost of flying overseas has risen with the cost of fuel.

***What does it cost to build a new house in this neighborhood?

***It costs more to mint a penny than the penny itself is worth.

***Good quality fruit is scarce in the winter and it costs a lot.

***Sailing a boat, his chief hobby, costs him most of his salary.

***They were low enough in cost so many Americans could buy them.

***Donald figured out the cost and it was more than he could afford.

***I didn’t know that the cost of living was so high in Australia.

***I estimate the production costs to be 36 percent of the budget.

***It cost me ten thousand yen to have my television set repaired.

***Don’t worry about how much it costs, as long as it’s reasonable.

***This technology will drastically lower the cost of solar energy.

***Do you have any idea how much it cost me to become a member here?

***The cost of living has shot through the ceiling in the last year.

***We must think about these plans in terms of what they would cost.

***I didn’t realize that the cost of living was so high in Australia.

***I want to buy this material for a new dress. How much does it cost?

***Tell Donald not to buy it if it costs more than three hundred dollars.

***The cost of fixing the broken window is coming out of your paycheck.

***He estimates that the new house will cost roughly thirty million yen.

***How much more money is it going to cost to finish building our house?

***How much was it costing you per month to send Donald to boarding school?

***In America, rice can be bought for a fifth of what it costs in Japan.

***I want to know how much it’s going to cost me to go to Boston with you.

***How much more does it cost to return the rental car to another location?

***I think it will cost you more than 10,000 yen to have this camera fixed.

***The millionaire intended to purchase the masterpiece regardless of cost.

***Because of inflation, salaries can’t keep up with the high cost of living.

***Don’t get so irritated. Rushing things will cost you more time in the end.

***It’s about time somebody did something about the high cost of medical care.

***I was just wondering how much it would cost to have my car washed and waxed.

***I asked Donald how much he thought it would cost to get someone to paint our house.

***The millionaire insisted on acquiring the masterpiece no matter how much it cost.

***This dictionary, of which the third volume is missing, cost me a hundred dollars.

***About how much does it cost to have a dentist remove cigarette tar from your teeth?

***The cost of building the new hospital was considerably higher than first estimated.

***According to the newspaper, the cost of living in Tokyo is the highest in the world.

***Her car might be more pleasant to drive, but it also costs her more for maintenance.

***The cost of building the new hospital was a lot higher than they thought it would be.

***You can buy anything you want, as long as it doesn’t cost more than three hundred dollars.

***When I filled my tank with gasoline this morning, it cost ¥135 per liter which is $6.55 per gallon.

***Knowing how much school for my kids is costing, it’s impossible to relax with a beer and take
it easy.

***I live in a country where the cost of a liter of gasoline is cheaper than the cost of a liter of water.

*** This candy costs eighty cents.

*** How much did you say this cost?

*** How much do these glasses cost?

*** How much will it cost to build?

*** I want to see him at all costs.

*** It has cost me $100 altogether.

*** It’ll cost over a thousand yen.

*** My poor English cost me my job.

*** That costs more than I thought.

*** The blouse costs twelve libras.

*** The book costs fifteen dollars.

*** The carrots cost three dollars.

*** This T-shirt costs ten dollars.

*** Do you know how much it cost me?

*** He must be stopped at all costs.

*** How much did these glasses cost?

*** How much does it cost to get in?

*** How much is it going to cost me?

*** Living costs are getting higher.

*** My car cost more than yours did.

*** My computer cost a lot of money.

*** Raising a child costs a fortune.

*** The benefits outweigh the costs.

*** We must prevent war at any cost.

*** You didn’t say how much it cost.

*** I have no idea how much it costs.

*** Repairs will cost a lot of money.

*** The cost of living has gone down.

*** The hat costs less than the coat.

*** The sunglasses cost twenty euros.

*** They have to figure out the cost.

*** This doll costs only sixty cents.

*** How much do ten paper plates cost?

*** How much is this going to cost us?

*** How much will it cost by sea mail?

*** It cost less than fifteen dollars.

*** The cost amounted to twelve pesos.

*** This cellphone really costs a lot.

*** Donald decided to do it at all costs.

*** It cost a lot more than I expected.

*** It costs a lot of money to eat out.

*** It will cost at least five dollars.

*** That cost me a lot in the long run.

*** That hat cost around fifty dollars.

*** The camera will cost at least $500.

*** They are trying to keep costs down.

*** This dress cost me over 4,000 TL.

*** Did they say how much it would cost?

*** Don’t think of cost. Think of value.

*** It cost him ten dollars to get the ticket.

*** It cost me 5,000 yen to repair my bicycle.

*** It will cost you 10 dollars to buy the CD.

*** Prices depend on the costs and the demand.

*** The cost of eating out is quite high here.

*** The cost of living in Japan is going down.

*** The cost of living increased dramatically.

*** This computer cost three thousand dollars.

*** A cup of coffee cost 200 yen in those days.

*** A Ford car costs less than a Mercedes Benz.

*** A honeymoon in Canada costs a lot of money.

*** I don’t care what it cost. I still want it.

*** I don’t know how much those two bikes cost.

*** I like the blue one. How much does it cost?

*** Is eating organic food worth what it costs?

*** It will cost you $100 to fly to the island.

*** The cost of living hadn’t gone down at all.

*** The cost of repairing the roof shocked her.

*** This sweater costs more than fifty dollars.

*** Can you work out the total cost of the trip?

*** How much does a kilogram of pineapples cost?

*** How much will it cost to get to the airport?

*** How much will it cost to have my car washed?

*** In 1835, a barrel of flour cost six dollars.

*** The cost of living is going up continuously.

*** The cost will run into thousands of dollars.

*** The plan was a good one apart from its cost.

*** Apart from its cost, the plan was a good one.

*** How much does it cost to eat at such a place?

*** How much will it cost to buy that comic book?

*** It’ll cost at least 2,000 yen to take a taxi.

*** The actual cost was higher than the estimate.

*** The costs of living have raised dramatically.

*** This dam was built at the cost of many lives.

*** Donald doesn’t know exactly how much it’ll cost.

*** A comparable car would cost far more in Japan.

*** He doesn’t want to say how much the gift cost.

*** I want to know how much it’s going to cost me.

*** I would buy it, except that it costs too much.

*** The black telephone costs more than the white.

*** The insurance on his violin costs $200 a year.

*** The painting will cost at least 1,000 dollars.

*** The television costs more than the sunglasses.

*** The victory was won at the cost of many lives.

*** Therefore, it is necessary to reduce the cost.

*** They won the battle at the cost of many lives.

*** Apart from the cost, the dress doesn’t suit me.

*** Did that really cost you three hundred dollars?

*** I will accomplish that no matter what the cost.

*** It cost me a lot of money to build a new house.





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