İçinde Leave geçen İngilizce örnek cümleler. Leave kelimesinin İngilizce cümle içinde kullanımı ile ilgili olarak örnek cümlelerin yer aldığı sayfamız.
Leave İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler
***I just wish Donald wasn’t leaving tomorrow.
***I think it’s about time for us to leave.
***I will be leaving for Morocco next week.
***I would not leave you for all the world.
***I’ll leave it to you to buy the tickets.
***I’ll leave tomorrow, weather permitting.
***In autumn, leaves change color and fall.
***It’s a pity that you should leave Japan.
***Leave your hat and overcoat in the hall.
***Let’s leave the decision to our teacher.
***Maybe you can convince Donald not to leave.
***Please don’t leave valuable things here.
***She arrived when we were about to leave.
***She will leave for New York next Sunday.
***She’s leaving the country in six months.
***The ambassador is leaving Japan tonight.
***The leaves began to turn red and yellow.
***The leaves of the trees have turned red.
***They decided to leave extra food behind.
***They lost no time in leaving their home.
***Donald and Mary were the last two to leave.
***Donald asked for permission to leave early.
***Donald asked me to leave the door unlocked.
***Donald was asked by Mary to leave the room.
***Donald was determined to leave the company.
***We may find it necessary to leave early.
***We shouldn’t leave the matter unsettled.
***We will keep it for you until you leave.
***What platform does the train leave from?
***Will you leave this with me for a while?
***Your behavior leaves much to be desired.
***All the leaves on the tree turned yellow.
***As he was leaving the hotel, he was shot.
***Did Donald tell you that it was OK to leave?
***Do you mind if I leave for a few minutes?
***Every student has to leave school by six.
***He had no notion of leaving his hometown.
***He is on the point of leaving for Canada.
***He was granted permission to leave early.
***His English leaves nothing to be desired.
***How much do you leave for a tip in Spain?
***How much time do we have before we leave?
***I demanded that they be allowed to leave.
***I feel like this is a good time to leave.
***I had a suspicion that he would leave me.
***I have to leave early to catch the train.
***I want to leave here as soon as possible.
***I was about to leave when the phone rang.
***I was leaving for Paris the next morning.
***I will badly miss you if you leave Japan.
***Once you leave here, you can’t come back again.
***Please leave a message on my answering machine.
***Rake the leaves into piles and we’ll burn them.
***She was careful not to leave the door unlocked.
***Tell Donald that when he’s finished, he can leave.
***The leaves on the trees have begun to turn red.
***The leaves will turn red in two or three weeks.
***The tourists had to leave the town before dawn.
***The train for Cambridge leaves from Platform 5.
***Donald finished his beer and then got up to leave.
***Donald has already decided when he wants to leave.
***Under no circumstances must you leave the room.
***Wait until the tea leaves settle to the bottom.
***We’d better leave now, otherwise we’ll be late.
***Who is responsible for leaving the window open?
***Why did you suddenly leave yesterday afternoon?
***”Do you want to leave a message?” “No, thanks.”
***A bicycle will rust if you leave it in the rain.
***Children will grow even if you leave them alone.
***He always leaves the window open when he sleeps.
***He had to leave the city, so he moved to Berlin.
***He’ll come to see us before he leaves this city.
***I leave home before eight o’clock every morning.
***I saw some of the guests leave the banquet room.
***I think you need to tell Donald to leave you alone.
***I was about to leave, but Donald came, so I stayed.
***I wonder what it would take to get you to leave.
***I’m calling the cops unless you leave right now.
***I’ve got a lot of work to do before I can leave.
***It’s out of the question for me to leave my job.
***Leave it up to me. I’ll take care of everything.
***Let’s leave the matter as it is for the present.
***My husband usually leaves for work at 8 o’clock.
***No matter how heavily it snows, I have to leave.
***She went to New York, leaving her family behind.
***Some talked of shooting him if he did not leave.
***The children kicked the dry leaves into the air.
***The first bus will leave 10 minutes behind time.
***The train for Birmingham leaves from platform 3.
***The train leaves at nine, arriving there at ten.
***These green leaves turn red or yellow in autumn.
***They look just like rats leaving a sinking ship.
***We played a joke on him by leaving him the bill.
***Your camera may be stolen if you leave it there.
***A sneeze leaves your body at forty miles an hour.
***A strong wind stripped the trees of their leaves.
***Be sure to call home before you leave the office.
***He always leaves the window open while he sleeps.
***He commanded me to leave the bedroom immediately.
***He criticized the war after leaving the military.]]>