On İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

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On İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

***It’s on me.
***I’m on a diet.
***I count on Tom.
***Put your hat on.
***The light is on.
***Don’t tell on me.

***Get on the horse.
***She is on a diet.
***We depend on you.
***What is going on?
***I went on reading.

***Turn on the radio.
***We play on Sunday.
***I will go on ahead.
***I worked on a farm.

***I’m free on Sunday.
***She kept on crying.
***Slip on your shoes.

***Are you on Facebook?
***Don’t climb on this!

***He can be relied on.

***He sat on the bench.

***She kept on talking.

***She kept on working.

***She went on working.

***Tom lay on his back.

***Try on this sweater.

***We lay on the grass.

***We traveled on foot.

***What is on the desk?

***You can rely on her.

***You can rely on him.

***Can I turn on the TV?

***He can be counted on.

***He is now on his own.

***I hit on a good idea.

***I met Tom on the way.

***I put on my trousers.

***I’m depending on you.

***Let’s meet on Sunday.

***She took pity on him.

***She went on speaking.

***She’s gone on a trip.

***The house is on fire.

***Tom is never on time.

***We’ll meet on Sunday.

***What’s going on here?

***You can count on her.

***You can count on him.

***Don’t leave the TV on.

***He hit me on the head.

***He’s away on business.

***I acted on his advice.

***I am here on business.

***I’d bet my life on it.

***I’m leaving on Sunday.

***This is based on fact.

***We’re on our way home.

***What is on Channel 10?

***Will you go on a trip?

***Come on! We’ll be late.

***He jumped on the train.

***He lay down on the bed.

***I got on the wrong bus.

***I turned on the lights.

***Ken hit on a good idea.

***Let’s begin on page 30.

***Lie on your right side.

***The boy sat on a chair.

***They agreed on a price.

***Are you free on Tuesday?

***Don’t put it on my desk.

***Don’t put it on my desk.

***Don’t take it out on me.

***He lives on this street.

***He traveled on business.

***I’d better be on my way.

***Oil will float on water.

***They will agree on that.

***A dog bit her on the leg.

***Can I try on this jacket?

***Come on any day you like.

***Could I sit on the aisle?

***Do you have a pen on you?

***Have you ever been on TV?

***I got on the wrong train.

***I like to ride on trains.

***I see a bird on the roof.

***Please turn on the radio.

***She met him on the beach.

***The train got in on time.

***Was he lying on his back?

***What do you do on Sunday?

***Your book is on the desk.

***Come on! Give me a chance.

***Do you deliver on Sundays?

***Don’t look down on others.

***He was sitting on a bench.

***I asked her out on a date.

***I will act on your advice.

***It depends on the context.

***The train arrived on time.

***The workers are on strike.

***Turn on the light, please.

***We’d better get a move on.

***What do you do on Sundays?

***Write on every other line.

***You’re on the right track.

***Your watch is on the desk.

***He’s a man you can rely on.

***His joy showed on his face.

***I am never free on Sundays.

***I live on the bottom floor.

***I was born on June 4, 1974.

***Lie down on your left side.

***See the footnote on page 5.

***This drink is on the house.

***What will you do on Friday?

***Did you do this on your own?

***Do you go to school on foot?

***I accompanied her on a walk.

***I arrived at school on time.

***I feel like going on a trip.

***I was born on April 3, 1950.

***I’ve put on weight recently.

***Is there a cat on the table?

***She asked him out on a date.

***She called him on the phone.

***She decided on the red coat.

***She kissed him on the cheek.

***There is a book on the desk.

***You are wanted on the phone.

***You can always count on Tom.

***You can’t count on his help.

***Don’t put books on the table.

***He hit his head on the shelf.

***I want something to write on.

***Look at the notes on page 10.

***My car broke down on the way.

***Please go on with your story.

***They were lying on the grass.

***This car runs on natural gas.

***Tom concentrated on his work.

***Will the train leave on time?

***Bill turned on the television.

***Can I carry this on the plane?

***Don’t rely too much on others.

***Give me something to write on.

***He had to work even on Sunday.

***He hung a picture on the wall.

***He knocked on the closed door.

***Her car broke down on the way.

***How long does it take on foot?

***I accompanied him on the trip.

***I am never at home on Sundays.

***I met her on my way to school.

***I met Tom on my way to school.

***I was out of town on vacation.

***Streetcars run on electricity.

***The Diet will meet on Tuesday.

***The train arrived on schedule.

***There is a melon on the table.

***There is an apple on the desk.

***They acted on the information.

***When the bus came, she got on.

***Where did you get on this bus?

***Your collar has a stain on it.

***A cat was sitting on the chair.

***Don’t step on the broken glass.

***He dropped in on me last night.

***He had decided on a new policy.

***He had his socks on inside out.

***He is acting on his own behalf.

***He is the richest man on earth.

***He set out on a lonely journey.

***He was a great influence on me.

***He was born on July 28th, 1888.

***He’s always at home on Sundays.

***I accompanied her on the piano.

***I agree with him on that point.

***I agree with you on this point.

***I am the happiest man on earth.

***I don’t go to school on Sunday.

***I often talk to him on the bus.

***My dog often lies on the grass.

***She advised him on that matter.

***She held on to my hand tightly.

***She kissed him on the forehead.

***She sat next to him on the bus.

***There is an apple on the table.

***Trains are running on schedule.

***We skipped his turn on purpose.

***We’ve really got to step on it.

***Do you go to school on Saturday?

***Do you have school on Saturdays?

***He held on firmly to the branch.

***I agreed with him on that point.

***I am not always free on Sundays.

***I am on speaking terms with Tom.

***She accompanied me on the piano.



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