Go (Gitmek) İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

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İçinde Go (gitmek) geçen ingilizce örnek cümleler. Go (gitmek) kelimesinin ingilizce cümle içinde kullanımı. Go ile ilgili ingilizce cümle örnekleri.

***Go away.

***Let’s go.


***Here we go.

***You may go.

***Go to sleep.

***You must go.

***I must go now.


***May I go home?

***You should go.

***Well, let’s go.

***I go every year.

***Let’s go by bus.

***Let’s go by car.


***You’d better go.

***I have to go now.

***Let go of my arm!

***Let’s go dancing.

***Where did you go?

***Will you go, too?

***Didn’t you go out?


***I am afraid to go.

***I have to go home.

***She decided to go.

***She didn’t go far.

***We go there often.

***I heard him go out.

***I will go on ahead.


***Where should we go?

***Are you ready to go?

***Go and wake Mary up.

***I have to go to bed.

***I want to go abroad.

***Let’s go to a movie.

***Let’s go to a movie.

***Will you go with us?


***You can go home now.

***You must go at once.

***You’d better not go.

***Go and see who it is.

***Go back to your seat.

***I have got to go now.

***I have to go to work.

***I wanted to go there.

***Let’s go by taxi, OK?

***We must go to school.

***Why don’t we go home?

***Will you go by train?

***Will you go with Tom?

***Would you like to go?

***You’d better go home.


***Did he go to see Mary?

***Don’t let that dog go.

***He let go of the rope.

***I go to bed at eleven.

***I go to school by bus.

***I would rather not go.

***Please go to the bank.

***They made me go there.

***Will you go on a trip?

***Did you see him go out?

***Don’t go back to sleep!

***How did your speech go?

***I wish to go to Hawaii.

***It’s time for us to go.

***It’s time to go to bed.


***You’d better go by bus.

***Are you ready to go out?

***Don’t go out after dark.

***Either Tom or I must go.

***I want to go to college.

***Please let go of my arm.

***She was about to go out.

***We’d better go home now.

***Why don’t we go dancing?

***Do you plan to go abroad?

***Don’t you want to go out?

***How does he go to school?

***I don’t want to go alone.

***I will go, rain or shine.

***I’d like to go to London.


***Mary had to go to school.

***She was eager to go home.

***They were seen to go out.

***Tom wants to go to Japan.

***What time do you go home?

***When did he go to Europe?

***Will you please go there?

***Did you go out last night?

***Does he go to work by bus?

***Go and sit by your father.

***He advised me to go there.

***He ordered me to go alone.

***He wants to go to America.

***I go to bed late at night.

***Let’s not go into details.


***One of us will have to go.

***She advised him not to go.

***You can go if you want to.

***You’d better not go today.

***Do you go to school by bus?

***Do you plan to go overseas?

***I wish I could go to Japan.

***My parents let me go there.

***Tom will go there tomorrow.

***What time do you go to bed?

***Where would you like to go?

***You can go there in a boat.

***You shouldn’t go to school.

***Do you go to school on foot?

***Does he go to school by bus?


***I don’t go to school by bus.

***I’m afraid I have to go now.

***My parents made me go there.

***She advised him to go there.

***She intended to go shopping.

***She wanted to go out anyway.

***Did you go to the last class?

***He is very eager to go there.

***His wish is to go to America.

***I don’t want to go to school.

***I want to go there once more.

***It’s necessary for you to go.

***Please go on with your story.

***She wants to go out with him.

***Tom used to go out with Mary.

***Where did you go last Sunday?

***You can go anywhere you want.

***You’d better go home at once.

***You’ll go to school tomorrow.

***Does this bus go to the beach?

***He made me go against my will.

***I go shopping every other day.

***I go to work by car every day.

***I have to go even if it rains.

***I made up my mind to go there.

***I usually go to school by bus.

***It’s almost time to go to bed.

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

***She was in a hurry to go home.

***Will you please let me go now?

***Won’t you go shopping with me?

***Do you think I should go alone?

***He was determined to go abroad.

***I don’t go to school on Sunday.

***I heard him go down the stairs.

***I suggested that we go fishing.

***I think it’s time for me to go.

***Let’s go to a concert together.

***We’ll go when it quits raining.

***You may go home if you want to.

***You’d better go to bed at once.

***Do you go to school on Saturday?

***Don’t let her go out after dark.

***He made up his mind to go there.

***He’s saving up to go to college.

***I didn’t go to school yesterday.

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

***I go to the movies once a month.

***I go to work every day by train.

***I will go to New York next week.

***I wish I had a reason not to go.

***It’s about time to go to school.

***Where would you like to go next?

***Why don’t we go and see a movie?

***Would you like to go to a movie?

***Comb your hair before you go out.

***I can’t wait to go on a vacation.

***I ought to go there, but I won’t.

***I want to go to America some day.

***I was too tired to go on working.

***I will go there even if it rains.

***I wish I could go to the concert.

***I’d like to go to London someday.

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

***She advised him to go by bicycle.

***She advised him to go home early.

***She promised not to go out alone.

***She was advised by him not to go.

***Tell me why you want to go there.

***To tell truth, I didn’t go there.

***Where would you like to go first?

***You can go to the station by bus.

***Don’t you want to go to the party?

***Every time I go there, I meet her.

***He was sick, so he did not go out.

***I go to any party I am invited to.

***I think you’d better go on a diet.

***I’d like to go to France sometime.

***If I were rich, I would go abroad.

***She advised him to go there alone.

***She told me not to go there alone.

***What time did your friend go home?

***When did you go to bed last night?

***Would you like to go have a drink?

***Would you please let go of my arm?

***Do you think I should go by myself?

***He suggested that we go for a swim.

***I have to go to the police station.

***I persuaded him to go to the party.

***She didn’t want him to go overseas.



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