For İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

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İçinde For geçen ingilizce örnek cümleler ve anlamları. For’un ingilizce cümle içinde kullanımı. For ile ilgili ingilizce cümle örnekleri.

***Good for you.

***Fry an egg for me.


***It’s time for bed.

***She cooks for him.

***I answered for him.

***He asked for a beer.

***He works for a bank.


***It’ll rain for sure.

***She called for help.

***Thank you for today.

***This isn’t for sale.

***I don’t care for him.

***It’s all over for us.


***It’s time for dinner.

***Thank you for coming.

***This will do for now.

***Be quiet for a moment.

***I am no match for him.

***I don’t care for eggs.

***I don’t care for wine.


***I made a doll for Ann.

***She asked for my help.

***She screamed for help.

***This room is for rent.

***This room is for VIPs.

***Don’t ask me for money.

***Don’t be late for work.


***I asked her for a date.

***I studied for one hour.

***I’m looking for my key.

***It’s time for us to go.

***She applied for a visa.

***She is cooking for him.

***Tom held a seat for me.

***I don’t care for coffee.


***I’m looking for a house.

***That’s enough for today.

***Tom applied for the job.

***Tom was late for dinner.

***We gave him up for dead.

***Grandpa bought it for me!

***He looks old for his age.

***I waited for ten minutes.

***I’m sorry for being late.

***It’s for my personal use.

***We felt sympathy for her.

***What will you use it for?

***You can ask Tom for help.

***Can you mail these for me?

***Gasoline is used for fuel.


***He was in time for school.

***I have a surprise for you.

***I have to look for my pen.

***I was at a loss for words.

***I’m going out for a while.

***I’m looking for a sweater.

***She has an eye for beauty.

***She met him for breakfast.

***Thank you for inviting me.

***Thank you for your letter.

***Tom asked for more coffee.

***Are you ready for the trip?

***Do you charge for delivery?

***He did well for a beginner.

***He has an eye for antiques.


***He let me stay for a night.

***I am just going for a walk.

***I asked for their approval.

***I bought it for 10 dollars.

***I turned to him for advice.

***I’ll call for you at three.

***I’ll play a sonata for you.

***I’m dying for a cold drink.

***I’m saving money for a car.

***It’s about time for dinner.

***Now is the time for action.

***She bought a shirt for him.

***She waited for him to call.

***Should I wait for you here?

***Stay here and wait for him.


***What are you lining up for?

***Where do I pay for the gas?

***Could you draw a map for me?

***Don’t be late for the train.

***He can pull strings for you.

***He has been sick for a week.

***How do you account for that?

***How long do you want it for?

***I am dying for a cold drink.

***I bought it for ten dollars.

***I haven’t seen you for ages.

***I mistook him for Mr. Brown.

***I need to search for my pen.

***I thanked Mary for her help.

***I’ll act as a guide for you.


***I’ll buy a watch for my son.

***Is the job too much for you?

***My son is small for his age.

***Please prepare for the trip.

***She cooks for him every day.

***She made a new suit for him.

***Thanks for bringing me here.

***Thanks for your explanation.

***Tom thanked me for the gift.

***We will do anything for you.

***When is a good time for you?

***He exchanged yen for dollars.

***He gave it to me for nothing.

***He was late for the 7:30 bus.

***I got the ticket for nothing.


***I lived abroad for ten years.

***It’s necessary for you to go.

***She asked him for some money.

***She thanked him for his help.

***She waited for him for hours.

***The train didn’t wait for me.

***This chair is too low for me.

***Would you join me for a walk?

***Eleven o’clock is good for me.

***He asked his friends for help.

***He was looking for a good job.

***I admire you for your courage.

***I hear he is looking for work.

***I talked with her for an hour.

***I went for a walk in the park.

***I went for a walk with my son.

***I’m dying for a cup of coffee.

***Let’s take a break for coffee.

***May I go out for a short walk?

***May I take a rest for a while?

***She isn’t good enough for him.

***She married him for his money.

***She stayed there for a moment.

***Thank you for the information.

***Thank you for your invitation.

***The desk is too small for Meg.

***They waited for him for hours.

***This work is difficult for us.

***Tom has an eye for modern art.

***We must make up for lost time.

***What do you learn English for?

***Will you help me for a minute?

***Would you do something for me?

***Are you for or against my plan?

***Are you prepared for the worst?

***He came to ask us for our help.

***He lived abroad for many years.

***I lived overseas for ten years.

***I think it’s time for me to go.

***I was told to wait for a while.

***I’d like to stay for one night.

***I’m still waiting for my order.

***I’m used to cooking for myself.

***Is this the bus for Park Ridge?

***Now he has nothing to live for.

***Please wait around for a while.

***She bought a toy for her child.

***She scolded him for being late.

***She took him for all his money.

***She was in the mood for a walk.

***Thanks for coming over tonight.

***That desk is too small for Meg.

***Tom was singled out for praise.

***We made pancakes for breakfast.

***What did you eat for breakfast?

***What did you get for Christmas?

***What do you need the money for?

***What do you want for breakfast?

***Would you care for more coffee?

***An expert was called for advice.

***Are you for or against his idea?

***Children often ask me for money.

***Do you have any messages for me?

***Do you have anything for a cold?

***Do you have change for a dollar?

***Fred often comes late for class.

***Has he lived here for two years?

***He is about to leave for London.

***He is unpopular for some reason.

***He left for New York a week ago.

***He likes to cook for his family.

***I go for a walk every other day.

***I paid 2,000 yen for this atlas.

***I’ll be staying here for a week.

***I’m busy preparing for the trip.

***I’m leaving for Canada tomorrow.

***I’m leaving town for a few days.

***I’m saving money for my old age.

***It’s no use asking him for help.

***My mother made a sweater for me.

***She dumped him for a richer man.

***She listened to music for hours.

***She praised him for his honesty.

***She prayed for her son’s return.

***She sang a Japanese song for us.

***She translated it word for word.

***She waited for him to come home.

***Thank you for coming to meet me.

***The old man begged me for money.

***The road is too narrow for cars.



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