Start (Başlamak) İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler – İçinde Start Geçen Cümleler

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İçinde Start geçen İngilizce örnek cümleler. Start kelimesinin İngilizce cümle içinde kullanımı ile ilgili olarak örnek cümlelerin yer aldığı sayfamız.

Start (Başlamak) İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

Start İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

***I think Tom needs to start hanging out with someone other than Mary.
***Could you please tell me again when the meeting is supposed to start?
***For the lack of something better to do, Tom started cleaning his room.

***How much time did you spend doing research before you started writing?
***I never learned to speak French very well until Tom started to help me.
***I think it’s time for me to start taking my responsibilities seriously.

***Tom abandoned his car that had run out of gasoline and started walking.
***I was planning on going to the beach today, but then it started to rain.
***We have to figure out who started the fire that burned down Tom’s house.

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***Tom attracted a crowd of children as soon as he started playing his bongos.

***As soon as I can get a decent video camera, I’ll start making videos to put online.

***Tom thought it would be a good idea to start a website that sold nothing but popcorn.

***Tom and Mary were friends in high school and started dating a few years after graduating.

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***Tom killed Mary because he found out she had started the fire that had killed his family.

***I started a new blog. I’ll do my best not to be one of those people who blogs a lot right at the start and then quits blogging.

***The car started.

***Where do I start?

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***It’s a good start.

***We started at six.

***Tom started crying.

***When does it start?

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***He started swearing.

***I am going to start.

***I am ready to start.

***The car won’t start.

***When should I start?

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***You must start soon.

***Don’t get me started.

***Has Mary started yet?

***I started dating Tom.

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***I started this topic.

***I will start tonight.

***It’s started to snow.

***We can’t start today.

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***We saw the car start.

***You’ll have to start.

***He was about to start.

***I’ve started bleeding.

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***It started as a hobby.

***It starts around 8:30.

***It’s starting to rain.

***School starts at 8:40.

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***School starts at nine.

***That’s how it started.

***That’s only the start.

***The car doesn’t start.

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***What started the fire?

***Who started the fight?

***I’m starting with beer.

***He started talking with his neighbors.

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***I started doing this work 4 years ago.

***I thought we should start celebrating.

***I was impatient for the game to start.

***The cat started to scratch the carpet.

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***The new term starts in April in Japan.

***They started with five hundred wagons.

***Tom started learning French last year.

***We have started to recycle newspapers.

***We need to start emergency procedures.

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***We’ll attempt to start the class soon.

***What time does your first class start?

***What time will the band start playing?

***When did you start studying languages?

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***Where do you suggest we start looking?

***You only started this job an hour ago.

***You should make a fresh start in life.

***Don’t start something you can’t finish.

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***He stopped smoking and started running.

***I was suspicious of Tom from the start.

***I will start working on July the first.

***I’m really starting to worry about you.

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***I’m starting to have fun on my new job.

***It all ended as suddenly as it started.

***It has just started to snow in Vicenza.

***Making a good start is half the battle.

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***Press this button to start the machine.

***To start with, I want to thank you all.

***Today I started a new Esperanto course.

***We had to start our business from zero.

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***We started it again right after dinner.

***You should start between six and seven.

***You’d better start as soon as possible.

***You’re starting to get really annoying.

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***Can you remember where this all started?

***Get a good start by observing carefully.

***Have you told Tom when the party starts?

***He started his job in his early forties.

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***I am inclined to wait for him and start.

***I am starting the year as sick as a dog.

***I’d started to think you weren’t coming.

***I’m starting to get used to living here.

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***My car didn’t start because of the cold.

***My glasses started to slip down my nose.

***School has started and I like it so far.

***Soldiers came home and started families.

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***That painting has started to grow on me.

***The day she started for Paris was rainy.

***There will be setbacks and false starts.

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