Dangerous İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler


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Dangerous İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

Dangerous İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

***Measles can be quite dangerous.

***Quick judgements are dangerous.

***Swimming at night is dangerous.


***That sounds a little dangerous.

***The dog next door is dangerous.

***The world has become dangerous.

***The world is a dangerous place.


***This intersection is dangerous.

***Tom can be extremely dangerous.

***Are you saying Tom is dangerous?

***It is dangerous to drive so fast.


***It’s dangerous to play with fire.

***Skating on the pond is dangerous.

***Crossing that desert is dangerous.

***It is dangerous to drink too much.


***Handling dynamite can be dangerous.

***It’s more dangerous than I thought.

***Playing in the street is dangerous.

***That river is dangerous to swim in.

***The suspect is armed and dangerous.


***Tom should be considered dangerous.

***The fugitive is armed and dangerous.

***This is a dangerous thing to handle.

***This kind of work is very dangerous.


***dangerous driving should be punished.

***If it gets dangerous, give me a call.

***This chemical is extremely dangerous.

***A dog is sometimes a dangerous animal.


***Drinking and driving can be dangerous.

***I told Tom that it would be dangerous.

***It’s dangerous to climb this mountain.

***It’s dangerous to live near a volcano.


***The handling of dynamite is dangerous.

***This will be a very dangerous mission.

***A little learning is a dangerous thing.

***Don’t do it! It’s stupid and dangerous.


***It is dangerous to climb that mountain.

***It’s dangerous to mix these substances.

***It’s very likely going to be dangerous.

***This river is dangerous to swim across.


***What we’re doing now is very dangerous.

***A little knowledge is a dangerous thing.

***Driving during a storm can be dangerous.

***It very likely is going to be dangerous.

***It’s dangerous to dive in shallow water.

***It’s too dangerous for you to stay here.

***Riding double on a bicycle is dangerous.

***This insect is tiny, but very dangerous.

***It is dangerous to cross that old bridge.


***It is dangerous to cross the street here.

***Tom sensed that things might be getting dangerous.

***It’s dangerous to expose babies to strong sunlight.

***The person we’re trying to catch is very dangerous.


***There’s a lot of dangerous stuff in this warehouse.

***This is way too dangerous for a child to play with.

***You should not have gone to such a dangerous place.

***I don’t want to do anything that might be dangerous.


***I think it’s dangerous to climb that mountain alone.

***It is dangerous for children to play near this pond.

***It’s dangerous to drive faster than the speed limit.

***People who are prone to aggression can be dangerous.


***Rock climbing without proper equipment is dangerous.

***The man extricated Ellie from a dangerous situation.

***Tom knows that it’s dangerous to play with scissors.

***Bob had had many dangerous adventures during the war.

***It is dangerous for us to be out after eight o’clock.


***It is dangerous to ride a motorbike without a helmet.

***This storm is not dangerous. You don’t need to worry.

***This tool, if used carelessly, can be very dangerous.

***Don’t forget that smoking is dangerous to your health.


***This mission is highly secret and extremely dangerous.

***Every generalization is dangerous, especially this one.

***I think it’s dangerous for children to play in the pond.

***It is very dangerous for children to play on the street.


***It’s dangerous to cross roads without looking both ways.

***Children should keep away from the river. It’s dangerous.

***I think it’s dangerous for children to swim in this lake.

***I think that it’s dangerous to go walking alone at night.


***Some people think that hang gliding is a dangerous sport.

***It’s dangerous to ignore the signal at a railroad crossing.

***Do you think it’s dangerous for me to swim across the river?

***Tom’s parents told him that playing with fire was dangerous.

***Does Tom really always swim by himself? Isn’t that dangerous?


***I don’t want to do it because it’s dangerous and it’s stupid.

***I don’t want to do it because it’s dangerous and it’s stupid.

***That’s a dangerous curve. There’ve been many accidents there.

***Two people riding on a bicycle at the same time is dangerous.


***Don’t you know how dangerous it is to go swimming by yourself?

***He lived in the days when air travel was considered dangerous.

***You ought to know better than to go to such a dangerous place.

***It’s dangerous to talk on the phone and drive at the same time.


***What you are doing is now far more dangerous than what Tom did.

***What you’re doing seems way more dangerous than what I’m doing.

***What you are doing is now much more dangerous than what Tom did.

***It’s dangerous for you to cross the street when the light is red.

***The men we’re chasing are presumed armed and extremely dangerous.


***He was accused of corrupting morals and spreading dangerous ideas.

***It’s dangerous to perform this acrobatic act without a safety net.

***It is dangerous for you to travel to a foreign country by yourself.

***I think it’s dangerous to climb a mountain on a day when it’s stormy.


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