Know (Bilmek) İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

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***I know.

***I know her.


***I don’t know.

***Do you know us?

***Do you know her?

***Do you know him?

***I don’t know him.


***No one will know.

***Does she know you?

***How should I know?

***I don’t know that.

***I know how to ski.

***I know what to do.


***This is all I know.

***You should know it.

***He seems to know us.

***I know you are rich.

***Do you know Tom well?

***I know him very well.

***I know what you mean.


***Do you know who he is?

***I don’t know anything.

***Do you know that hotel?

***Do you know the reason?

***Do you know who she is?

***I know you can make it.

***Do you know who made it?


***Don’t you know his name?

***I don’t know what it is.

***Do you know how to drive?

***Do you know what he said?

***Do you know where she is?

***Do you know who they are?

***How well do you know Tom?

***I don’t know his address.


***I don’t know how to cook.

***I know he is watching me.

***Do you know what she said?

***Do you know where he went?

***I didn’t know what to say.

***I’ll have to let you know.

***Do you know where he lives?

***I don’t know what you mean.

***I need to know by tomorrow.

***She didn’t know what to do.

***He did not know what to say.

***How did you get to know her?

***How did you get to know him?

***I don’t know either of them.

***I don’t know if he knows it.


***Do you know what he has done?

***How did you get to know Mary?

***I don’t know what to do next.

***This is what we want to know.

***Do you know when he will come?

***Do you know which way to take?

***Do you know who took the call?

***I just don’t know what to say.

***I know every inch of the town.

***I know that he went to London.

***I know that she has been busy.

***I know that you did your best.

***I know your brother very well.

***Let me know what you’re up to.

***Where did you get to know her?


***Do you know how to drive a car?

***Do you know when she will come?

***Do you know why she’s so angry?

***Does he know that you love him?

***Don’t let him know her address.

***I don’t know who made the cake.

***I know you’ve been avoiding me.

***As far as I know, he isn’t lazy.

***Do you know if Grace is at home?

***Does she know your phone number?

***I don’t know if I still have it.

***I know that I don’t deserve you.

***I’d like to know the exact time.

***Tom doesn’t know much about art.

***Do you know how to open this box?


***Do you know how to speak English?

***Do you know what color she likes?

***Do you know who wrote this novel?

***Here comes Jane. Do you know her?

***I didn’t know what to say to him.

***I don’t know what to feed my dog.

***Do you know how to use a computer?

***Do you know when they will arrive?

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

***Tom doesn’t know where Mary lives.

***Do you know how to use this camera?

***Do you know if he has a girlfriend?

***Do you know where your father went?

***I don’t know how to spell the word.

***I don’t know what plan he will try.


***I don’t quite know how it happened.

***She didn’t know what to say to him.

***She is too young to know the truth.

***Will you let me know when he comes?

***Do you know where Jim and Nancy are?

***Do you know where Miss Hudson lives?

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

***I know some students in that school.

***She doesn’t know how to drive a car.

***Do you know if she can speak English?

***I don’t know how to play golf at all.

***I need to know your answer by Friday.

***Tom pretended not to know the answer.

***Do you know what your kids are eating?

***I don’t know what Mary is looking for.


***He doesn’t know how to play the guitar.

***I don’t know anybody here in this town.

***I don’t know what you’re talking about.

***I don’t know when Tom will leave Japan.

***I know the real reason for his absence.

***Tom reminds me of a boy I used to know.

***Do you know who invented the microscope?

***I didn’t know you were such a good cook.

***I don’t know the exact place I was born.

***I don’t know the reason for her absence.

***I know the reason, but I can’t tell you.

***I’ll let you know all about it later on.

***I didn’t know how to answer his question.

***I don’t know exactly when he will arrive.

***I don’t know how much this motorcycle is.

***I don’t know how to cook too many things.

***I don’t know whether you like her or not.

***They really wanted to know what happened.

***Did you know that he bought a condominium?

***Do you know whether she can speak English?

***Do you think I don’t know what’s going on?

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

***I didn’t know you were coming here either.

***I don’t know if she will go there with me.

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

***I know that you have issues with your mom.

***Tom doesn’t know a whole lot about racing.

***Do you think I don’t know what’s happening?

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

***I don’t know for certain when he will come.

***I don’t know how to reply to that question.

***I don’t know the reason he is absent today.

***I don’t know when my father will come back.

***I don’t know why the meeting was postponed.

***As far as I know, he has never come on time.

***Do you know anyone who hums while they work?

***I don’t know when, but it’ll happen someday.

***You never know what you can do till you try.

***I don’t know for certain when he will arrive.

***I don’t know if he will visit us next Sunday.

***I don’t know whether George will come or not.

***I know quite a few people who don’t eat meat.

***Tom doesn’t know what Mary does for a living.

***Tom doesn’t know when Mary will leave Boston.

***As far as I know, they always keep their word.

***I didn’t know about it until I read the paper.

***I didn’t know about that until quite recently.

***I didn’t know for certain which train to take.

***I didn’t know he had decided to leave his job.

***I don’t know what to buy him for his birthday.

***I just asked because I thought you would know.

***I don’t know anything about their relationship.

***I don’t know whether I can do it, but I’ll try.

***I don’t know what to say to make you feel better.

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

***You should know better than to ask a lady her age.

***Actually, I didn’t know anything about those plans.

***I didn’t know whether to stay here or go to London.

***I really want to know why he did that kind of thing.

***If there’s anything else you need, just let me know.

***Please be sure to let me know your new address soon.

***I just want to let you know that I won’t let you down.

***I’d really like to know why he did that sort of thing.

***I know that it is highly unlikely that anyone knows me.

***I know you’re probably mad about what I said yesterday.

***She asked me what had become of him, but I didn’t know.

***Do you know what to do if there’s a fire in the building?

***I don’t know about the others, but as for me, I’m for it.

***If there’s anything I can do for you, please let me know.

***She helped him tie his tie because he didn’t know how to.

***I know that I’m supposed to enjoy this class, but I don’t.

***I know that it is highly unlikely that anyone can help me.

***Tom doesn’t know how to say what he wants to say in French.

***I know it’s going to be unpleasant to talk about the accident.

***I just want to let you know that I’ll be late tomorrow morning.

***People living in town don’t know the pleasures of country life.

***I know that it is highly unlikely that we’ll see any whales today.

***I know how to solve the problem, but I’ve been asked not to tell you.

***I didn’t know that you were sick, so I didn’t visit you in the hospital.

***I just want to let you know that I can’t attend this afternoon’s meeting.

***I know that it is highly unlikely that anyone would be willing to help me.

***I know that it is highly unlikely that we’ll be able to sell all this stuff.

***I know you’ve been waiting a long time, but could you wait just a little bit longer?

***I just want to let you know that I think you’re the most beautiful woman that I’ve ever seen.

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

***I know that it is highly unlikely that you’d ever want to go out with me, but I still need to ask at least once.



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