Horse (At) İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler


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Horse (At) İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler


Horse İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

  1. ***I’ll take care of the horses.
  2. ***Mary loves to ride her horse.
  3. ***Not every horse can run fast.
  4. ***The horse is a useful animal.
  5. ***They stole horses and cattle.
  6. ***Tom has never ridden a horse.
  7. ***He couldn’t control the horse.
  8. ***I didn’t know Tom had a horse.
  9. ***I have never eaten horse meat.
  10. ***The grooms tend to the horses.
  11. ***The horse snorted impatiently.
  12. ***He bet two pounds on the horse.
  13. ***His horse won by three lengths.
  14. ***I bet five pounds on the horse.
  15. ***I hope this horse doesn’t kick.
  16. ***Riding a horse is a lot of fun.
  17. ***That horse came in first place.
  18. ***The dog is afraid of the horse.
  19. ***The horse is a domestic animal.
  20. ***Do you know how to ride a horse?
  21. ***He walked his horse to the gate.
  22. ***I want to try eating horse meat.
  23. ***One of my horses died yesterday.
  24. ***The horse jumped over the fence.
  25. ***The horse jumped over the fence.
  26. ***The horse rose on its hind legs.
  27. ***The horse trotted down the road.
  28. ***Don’t change horses in midstream.
  29. ***He bought two horses at the fair.
  30. ***He showed us how to ride a horse.
  31. ***Horses and donkeys are different.
  32. ***Look at that knight on the horse.
  33. ***The horse ran through the fields.
  34. ***The horse was lying on the straw.
  35. ***The horses make dust as they run.
  36. ***Tom never told me he had a horse.
  37. ***He got in the boat with the horse.
  38. ***He is training a horse for a race.
  39. ***I saw a horse galloping toward me.
  40. ***I’ve never been on a horse before.
  41. ***Only four horses were in the race.
  42. ***The girl treated her horse kindly.
  43. ***The horse is a very useful animal.
  44. ***This horse has beautiful big eyes.
  45. ***He jumped his horse over the fence.
  46. ***He likes all animals except horses.
  47. ***I am training a horse for the race.
  48. ***I’m so hungry, I could eat a horse.
  49. ***Most race horses are thoroughbreds.
  50. ***Riding a horse is really thrilling.
  51. ***I don’t think any of those horses is going to win.
  52. ***The horse and buggy is now definitely out of date.
  53. ***This horse kicks when anyone comes up from behind.
  54. ***I wonder how many horses died during the Civil War.
  55. ***My father has a ranch and breeds cattle and horses.
  56. ***There was nothing for me to do but mount the horse.
  57. ***Tom taught me everything I know about riding horses.
  58. ***The horse that won the race was owned by Mr. Johnson.
  59. ***All horses are animals, but not all animals are horses.
  60. ***He said they were like a poorly-trained team of horses.
  61. ***Not all horses were born equal. A few were born to win.
  62. ***They have five different kinds of horses on their farm.
  63. ***Many gamblers win and lose money at the horse-race track.
  64. ***They were forced to kill and eat several of their horses.
  65. ***Tom boasts of never having been defeated in a horse race.
  66. ***Do you have any good ideas on what I should name my horse?
  67. ***By the 1750s, all the tribes of the Great Plains had horses.
  68. ***How long does it take for a veterinarian to examine a horse?
  69. ***It’s very unlikely that you’ll ever see a horse around here.
  70. ***The horses are coming down the track and it’s neck and neck.
  71. ***You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make him drink.
  72. ***You can take a horse to water, but you can’t make him drink.
  73. ***About sixty men from the tribe quickly arrived riding horses.
  74. ***I’m really happy because I won 10,000 yen at the horse races.
  75. ***I’ve been riding so long I’m starting to smell like my horse.
  76. ***The dark horse candidate was losing in the polls before the primary.
  77. ***Hatoyama says that he supports his family by gambling on horse racing.
  78. ***She dreamed that a prince would come on a white horse to take her away.
  79. ***He led his men and horses over snowy mountains and down into hot valleys.
  80. ***Hold your horses, young man. You can’t enter here unless you have a pass.
  81. ***Planning the wedding before proposing is putting the cart before the horse.
  82. ***Today, automobiles have taken the place of horses as the principal means of transportation.
  83. ***Horses used to pull road-rollers, but the steamroller arrived with the invention of the steam engine.
  84. ***She cheered for her favorite horse.
  85. ***Tractors replaced horses and mules.
  86. ***Don’t put the cart before the horse.
  87. ***He exchanged his cow for two horses.
  88. ***He was tying his horse to the fence.
  89. ***That’s a horse of a different color.
  90. ***Can you teach me how to ride a horse?
  91. ***Don’t look a gift horse in the mouth.
  92. ***Never look a gift horse in the mouth.
  93. ***That’s a horse of a different colour.
  94. ***This is a dog that resembles a horse.
  95. ***Tom rode his horse through the woods.
  96. ***We galloped our horses over the hill.
  97. ***Can I ride this horse for a long time?
  98. ***Let’s saddle our horses and go riding.
  99. ***Only four horses competed in the race.
  100. ***The horse broke its neck when it fell.
  101. ***The horse stopped and refused to move.
  102. ***You have to learn how to ride a horse.
  103. ***Did Tom tell you the name of his horse?
  104. ***Don’t ride that horse. He’ll throw you.
  105. ***Has Tom told you the name of his horse?
  106. ***The horse stopped and refused to go on.
  107. ***They surrendered their guns and horses.
  108. ***Don’t put the saddle on the wrong horse.
  109. ***When was the last time you rode a horse?
  110. ***An alpaca looks like a horse and a camel.
  111. ***He fastened the horse‘s pack with a rope.
  112. ***He won’t die. He is as strong as a horse.
  113. ***Even the fastest horse only has four legs.
  114. ***Have you ever plowed a field with a horse?
  115. ***I don’t know anything about riding horses.
  116. ***Tom’s horse reared suddenly and threw him.
  117. ***More tractors meant fewer horses and mules.
  118. ***A nod is as good as a wink to a blind horse.
  119. ***It’s been a while since I’ve ridden a horse.
  120. ***You can’t put two saddles on the same horse.
  121. ***I think you should hold your horses a little.
  122. ***I’ll try to jump over this stream on a horse.
  123. ***The horse chafed at the bit put in its mouth.
  124. ***A good-looking horse may sometimes break down.
  125. ***A man who speaks the truth needs a fast horse.
  126. ***He watched the horse race with his binoculars.
  127. ***Letters were carried by riders on fast horses.
  128. ***Oats have long been food for horses and mules.
  129. ***He watched the horse race using his binoculars.
  130. ***Is it true that horses sleep while standing up?
  131. ***Don’t you think my horse ought to win the Derby?
  132. ***The ground beef was found to contain horse meat.

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