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Get İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

Get İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

***Get serious.
***I’ll get in.
***I’ll get it.
***I don’t get it.
***Don’t get angry.


***You’ll get lost.
***Get on the horse.
***I get up at 6:30.
***I get up at 7:00.
***Will he get well?

***Let’s get started.
***Get me up at eight.
***It’s time to get up.

***Please don’t get up.
***Did you get your wish?
***I didn’t get the joke.

***Let’s get off the bus.

***When did you get home?


***How do I get to Gate 5?

***Let’s get it over with.

***Where can I get a taxi?

***Will she get well soon?

***He couldn’t get the job.

***How do I get to Gate 33?


***I want to get rid of it.

***She struggled to get up.

***Tom has to get up early.

***You’ll get into trouble.

***Get your things together.

***I have to get some sleep.

***Where can I get a ticket?


***Why did you get so angry?

***Could you get me some tea?

***How do I get to Chinatown?

***I don’t get what you mean.

***I usually get up at eight.

***We’d better get a move on.

***Where do I get the subway?


***Get this stuff out of here.

***Now let’s get down to work.

***When did you get to London?

***When do you usually get up?

***Where can I get my baggage?

***You won’t get it so easily.

***How did you get to know her?

***How did you get to know him?


***How do you plan to get home?

***Let’s get together tomorrow.

***Why don’t you get a haircut?

***Can you get the door to shut?

***How can I get to the station?

***How did you get to know Mary?

***You should get some exercise.

***They don’t get along together.

***Where can we get what we want?

***Where did you get on this bus?

***Where did you get to know her?

***Where do we get the textbooks?

***You will soon get to like her.

***He tried to get me to help him.

***I can’t get away from work now.


***I can’t get her out of my mind.

***I get up at six in the morning.

***I need to get something to eat.

***What did you get for Christmas?

***Call me when you get settled in.

***Could you get in touch with him?

***Do you get along with your boss?

***How can I get in touch with you?

***I don’t get along with that guy.

***I want to get in touch with him.

***I will see him after I get back.

***Where did you get your hair cut?

***I get up at six almost every day.

***I hope that she’ll get well soon.

***I wonder if they’ll get divorced.


***No matter where I go, I get lost.

***Could I get one more beer, please?

***How did you get to know about her?

***I can’t get in touch with him yet.

***It cost $300 to get the car fixed.

***She decided to get married to Tom.

***What time do you get up every day?

***You don’t have to get up so early.

***Could you tell me how to get there?

***Do you get much snow in the winter?

***He will get nowhere with his plans.

***How long will it take to get there?

***I found it necessary to get a loan.

***I hope that you will get well soon.

***Let’s get together again next year.


***What grade did you get on the test?

***He will accept any money he can get.

***How can I get to the police station?

***How did you get to know that person?

***How do I get my dog to eat dog food?

***I should go home and get some sleep.

***I thought you had to get up by 7:30.

***Ken makes it a rule to get up early.

***When will you get through with work?

***I plan to get a job as soon as I can.

***She advised him to get more exercise.

***I think it’s time for me to get a dog.

***I think it’s time for me to get a job.

***What time will you get to the station?

***I doubt that Tom will get here on time.


***I found it necessary to get assistance.

***I didn’t expect you to get here so soon.

***I left early so I could get a good seat.

***I managed to get to the station on time.

***Please get this work finished by Monday.

***She asked him how to get to the station.

***You must buy a ticket to get on the bus.

***I always get nervous just before a match.

***I don’t like people who get angry easily.

***I get a physical examination once a year.

***Please tell me how to get to the airport.

***Can you tell me how to get to the station?

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

***I guess we should go get something to eat.

***I have a lot of work to get through today.


***I think it’s time for me to get a new job.

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

***She advised him to get exercise every day.

***She thought she could get him to like her.

***Steve will get married to Nancy next week.

***You’ll get there in less than ten minutes.

***By the time you get back, she’ll have left.

***How can I get my toddler to eat vegetables?

***How did she get to know so much about fish?

***I found it difficult to get along with him.

***I warned you not to get near him, didn’t I?

***Could you tell me how to get to the station?

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

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

***I’ll get you the info you need by next week.

***I’ve never seen him really get down to work.

***She was advised by him to get more exercise.

***Can you tell me how to get to Lincoln Center?

***How many eggs were you able to get yesterday?

***I think it’s time for me to get my own place.

***I’ll look after my parents when they get old.

***I can’t get along with the neighbors any more.

***I hear she is going to get married next month.

***I must get this work finished by next Tuesday.

***I’ll call you back when I get to the bus stop.

***I’ll take care of my parents when they get old.

***I can’t understand what you’re trying to get at.

***I make it a rule to get up early in the morning.

***I think it’s time for me to get my eyes checked.

***I want to get a haircut before I go on the trip.

***He couldn’t get his ideas across to the students.

***I found it impossible to get in contact with him.

***I’m hungry, so I’m going to get something to eat.

***Tom was the sort of man you could get along with.

***You’ll get into trouble if your parents find out.

***I don’t know when I’ll get around to visiting you.

***I just got up. Give me a few minutes to get ready.

***I think it’s time for me to get a bit of exercise.

***You can get a car license after you turn eighteen.

***I can’t get over how different the weather is here.

***I don’t want to get involved in that sort of thing.

***I found it difficult to get along with my neighbor.

***I found it necessary to get up early every morning.

***I tried to get Charles to help me, but he wouldn’t.

***I want you to write to me as soon as you get there.

***I think it’s time for me to get a new email address.

***In case of an emergency, get in touch with my agent.

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

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

***I think it’s time for me to get a new pair of glasses.

***You should consult a doctor if the symptoms get worse.

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

***Be sure to drop us a line as soon as you get to London.

***If you follow this street, you will get to the station.

***You don’t get up as early as your older sister, do you?

***I’ll call you when I get the results of the examination.

***People tend to raise their voices when they get excited.

***The chair is broken. You’d better get someone to fix it.

***The new subway enables me to get to school in 20 minutes.

***As soon as I can get the chance, I’ll send you some money.

***I always thought that Shirley and Alan would get together.

***Now that you are eighteen, you can get a driver’s license.

***The faster we rub our hands together, the warmer they get.

***You’d better hurry up if you want to get home before dark.

***You’ll find the way all right once you get to the station.

***I thought it would be difficult for her to get the tickets.

***She’d like him to get in touch with her as soon as possible.

***I haven’t decided yet whether I’ll go to college or get a job.

***It took more than a month to get over my cold, but I’m OK now.

***She was asked to convince him to get his son to paint the house.

***I plan to get a hold of Tom by phone tomorrow and ask him to help.

***It’s likely to get cold tonight, so you may need an extra blanket.

***I couldn’t get out of my garage because there was a car in the way.

***People have the tendency to speak more loudly when they get excited.

***As soon as I can get the chance, I’ll help your mother paint the fence.

***Everybody in the car said they wanted to get out and stretch their legs.

***I never for a moment imagined we wouldn’t get home before the storm hit.

***I’ll get in touch with Tom by telephone tomorrow and ask him to give us a hand.

***If you leave your textbooks at school during the break, they’ll get confiscated.



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