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From İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

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İçinde From (den, dan) geçen ingilizce örnek cümleler ve anlamları. From ile ilgili ingilizce cümle örnekleri.

***I come from Brazil.

***I can’t imagine what he was thinking to hide a thing like that from you.

***Where are you from?

***Is it far from here?

***There were sparks between them from the start.

***The fact that there was nothing to protect her from was irrelevant.

***Keep away from the dog.

***She fell from the tree.

***Have you heard from him?

***How far is it from here?

***Butter is made from milk.

***Maybe she would have if she hadn’t been shoving it from her mind.

***He is absent from school.

***I got this book from him.

***He was absent from school.

***Count from 10 down to zero.

***Do you often hear from him?

***She got no answer from him.

***She got the money from him.

***This word comes from Greek.

***This word comes from Greek.

***He got a loan from the bank.

***I had a phone call from him.

***It is a nice view from here.

***Tom escaped from the danger.

***Tom saved her from the fire.

***He just returned from abroad.

***People learn from experience.

***She made jam from the apples.

***The station is far from here.

***Her eyes were red from crying.

***His house is across from mine.

***I borrowed this book from him.

***I got the money back from him.

***My opinion differs from yours.

***She couldn’t keep from crying.

***Which airport do I leave from?

***Your answer differs from mine.

***He can’t tell right from wrong.

***He is absent from school today.

***He is often absent from school.

***He was absent from the meeting.

***His house is not far from here.

***I can’t get away from work now.

***I can’t hide the fact from you.

***I’ll see you a week from today.

***She borrowed the book from him.

***She came from Canada to see me.

***She climbed down from the roof.

***He is suffering from a headache.

***I’m expecting a letter from her.

***We can hear the ocean from here.

***Have you heard from him recently?

***He wrote to me from time to time.

***I hear from my friend every year.

***Jane is absent from school today.

***My house is a long way from here.

***The lake is a long way from here.

***Whose house is across from yours?

***He worked from morning till night.

***He works from nine to five-thirty.

***I hear from my mother every month.

***My camera is different from yours.

***My house is only a mile from here.

***Read Lesson 10 from the beginning.

***She stole a lot of money from him.

***A cat appeared from under the desk.

***A cat came out from under the desk.

***Bad weather kept us from going out.

***He is sometimes absent from school.

***I am very tired from the hard work.

***I have not heard from her recently.

***I hear from him every now and then.

***My father is suffering from a cold.

***He was absent from school yesterday.

***I read the book from cover to cover.

***How does your opinion differ from his?

***He angrily tore up the letter from her.

***I’m on duty from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

***Mike got back from the library at five.

***I’m looking forward to hearing from you.

***Illness prevented me from taking a trip.

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

***She was chosen from among many students.

***A heavy snowstorm kept us from going out.

***I am looking forward to hearing from him.

***I haven’t heard from him for a long time.

***I would appreciate hearing from you soon.

***She has a cold and is absent from school.

***He was constantly borrowing money from me.

***I couldn’t get a definite answer from him.

***I didn’t know apple trees grow from seeds.

***I didn’t receive even one letter from her.

***I don’t know when he returned from France.

***I was very glad to get a present from her.

***The place where he lives is far from town.

***Why were you absent from school yesterday?

***You’re wanted on the phone. It’s from Tom.

***He picked up a handkerchief from the floor.

***I had to grab her to keep her from falling.

***Tom showed her the letter from Santa Claus.

***A storm prevented the plane from taking off.

***All the passengers were saved from drowning.

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

***I got a letter from an old friend yesterday.

***I had my wallet stolen from my inner pocket.

***I was absent from school because I was sick.

***Social customs vary from country to country.

***He was dropped from the team for using drugs.

***I didn’t expect such a nice present from you.

***He was absent from school because he was sick.

***I am looking forward to hearing from you soon.

***I was absent from school because I had a cold.

***I would like to borrow fifty dollars from you.

***She tried to prevent the rumor from spreading.

***My parents prohibited me from seeing Tom again.

***She tried to squeeze the juice from the orange.

***I can’t tell you why she was absent from school.

***I guess I’ll be living with you a year from now.

***I saw a man yesterday eating from a garbage can.

***She was absent from school because she was sick.

***Our parents live right across the street from us.

***I copied a passage from the book into my notebook.

***She accepts criticism from anyone but her parents.

***She made up her mind to graduate from high school.

***He returned to Japan after graduating from college.

***How do you remove red wine stains from your carpet?

***He narrowly escaped from the bus when it caught fire.

***I think it’s time for me to walk away from this mess.

***She advised him not to borrow money from his friends.

***Could you tell me how to get to Park Street from here?

***How long does it take to get from here to the station?

***How long does it take to walk to your house from here?

***Seen from the sky, the river looked like a huge snake.

***His trip will keep him away from the office for a week.

***It’s been a week, but I’m still suffering from jet lag.

***Let’s go out and eat dinner together from time to time.

***What would you do if you saw a man from another planet?

***How long does it take to walk from here to the city hall?

***The noise outside his window prevented him from sleeping.

***My brother didn’t like her from the first time he met her.

***Alice returned home early from work with a severe headache.

***She stole a lot of money from him, so now she is in prison.

***Seen from a distance, the big rock looks like an old castle.

***She was advised by him not to borrow money from his friends.

***Tired from the hard work, he went to bed earlier than usual.

***His lack of technical knowledge kept him from being promoted.

***The teacher was worried by Tom’s frequent absence from class.

***Could you please tell me again what school you graduated from?

***Are you seriously thinking about buying a computer from that store?

***Each time I see Mary, I learn something new and important from her.

***After I graduated from college, I got a job with my father’s company.

***The twin girls are so much alike that I can’t tell one from the other.

***I only eat meat from animals that I have personally killed and butchered.

***She borrowed the book from him many years ago and hasn’t yet returned it.

***A few days after his thirteenth birthday, Tony, too, graduated from school.

***I think it’s highly unlikely that we’ll be able to escape from this prison.

***After I graduated from college, I spent two years traveling around the world.

***I can’t figure out how to transfer MP3 files from my iPod back to my computer.

***She got the money from him even though he said that he wouldn’t give it to her.

***I haven’t heard anything from him since then. I wonder what in the world he’s doing.

***I think it’s highly unlikely that we’ll ever get any help from the national government.

***After I graduated from college, I moved back home and lived with my parents for three years.

***For some reason, people have been avoiding me like the plague ever since I got back from India.

***She would often bring home table scraps from the restaurant where she worked to feed to her dog.

***from personal experience, I know that any encounter with him will leave a bad taste in your mouth.

***Every student who has graduated from our university has studied English with a native speaker for at least two years.

***I think it’s a shame that some foreign language teachers were able to graduate from college without ever having studied with a native speaker.

***It’s still too hard to find a job. And even if you have a job, chances are you’re having a tougher time paying the rising costs of everything from groceries to gas.




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