Tell İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler, Tell İngilizce Cümle İçinde Kullanımı

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İçinde Tell geçen ingilizce örnek cümleler ve anlamları. Tell ingilizce cümle içinde kullanımı. Tell ile ilgili ingilizce cümle örnekleri.

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Tell İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

  • *** Tell me what’s bothering you.
  • *** Tell me what’s going on here.
  • *** Tell me why you didn’t do it.
  • *** Tell me you’ve got good news.
  • *** Tell them that they’re wrong.
  • *** Tell Donald I’ll be right there.
  • *** Tell Donald we don’t want to go.
  • *** Tell Donald what you want to do.
  • *** Tell Donald what’s on your mind.
  • *** Tell Donald you’d like to leave.
  • *** That’s why I didn’t tell you.
  • *** There’s nothing left to tell.
  • *** There’s nothing more to tell.
  • *** There’s nothing much to tell.
  • *** There’s so much left to tell.
  • *** Donald can’t tell me what to do.
  • *** Donald didn’t tell me about you.
  • *** Donald doesn’t tell me anything.
  • *** Donald is good at telling jokes.
  • *** Donald shouldn’t have told Mary.
  • *** Donald tells me you’re a doctor.
  • *** Donald told Mary he wasn’t busy.
  • *** This is the dictionary I told you about yesterday.
  • *** To tell the truth, I don’t like his way of living.
  • *** Donald and I could always tell each other everything.
  • *** Donald could tell that Susan didn’t enjoy the concert.
  • *** Donald made me promise not to tell Susan where he was.
  • *** Donald never told anyone where he hid the gold coins.
  • *** Donald never told me he was having suicidal thoughts.
  • *** Donald told Susan she shouldn’t do what she was doing.
  • *** Donald told Susan she shouldn’t go out at night alone.
  • *** Donald told Susan that he didn’t believe in astrology.
  • *** Donald told Susan that he had been abducted by aliens.
  • *** Donald told me I should wear earplugs to the concert.
  • *** Donald told me that he thought his house was haunted.
  • *** Donald told me that he thought it would rain all day.
  • *** We should tell children how to protect themselves.
  • *** We’ve got to tell everyone what happened out here.
  • *** What can you tell us about yesterday’s earthquake?
  • *** What movie was it that you told me I should watch?
  • *** Whatever you do, don’t tell Donald about what we did.
  • *** When Donald first told me that, I didn’t believe him.
  • *** When Donald gets back, tell him to come to my office.
*** Why don’t you tell me a little bit about yourself?
  • *** Would you mind telling me what you’re waiting for?
  • *** Yesterday, Donald told me he didn’t know how to swim.
  • *** You haven’t told me why you asked me to come here.
  • *** You know something you haven’t told us, don’t you?
  • *** You never can tell what will happen in the future.
  • *** You shouldn’t go around telling lies about people.
  • *** You still haven’t told Donald what you did, have you?
  • *** You told Donald you wanted to go with us, didn’t you?
  • *** You’re not going to tell anyone about this, right?
  • *** You’ve got to tell me when that’s going to happen.
  • *** Apparently, Donald hasn’t yet told Susan what happened.
  • *** Are you telling me you’ve never eaten Chinese food?
  • *** Can you tell me the way to the nearest post office?
  • *** Children will believe what their parents tell them.
  • *** Could you please tell me how to get to the station?
  • *** Could you please tell Donald not to park here anymore?
  • *** Could you tell me how to get to the subway station?
  • *** Could you tell Donald that I’ll be a few minutes late?
  • *** Did Donald happen to tell you how he plans to do that?
  • *** Don’t people tell you you look like Audrey Hepburn?
  • *** Had I known the truth, I would have told it to you.
  • *** Donald told Mary not to be late.
  • *** Donald told me his life’s story.
  • *** Donald told me that wasn’t true.
  • *** Donald told me you speak French.
  • *** Donald told the boys to line up.
  • *** Donald told them not to do that.
  • *** Donald won’t tell Mary anything.
  • *** What did Donald tell Mary to do?
  • *** What did you tell the police?
  • *** What did you want to tell me?
  • *** What else didn’t you tell us?
  • *** What I’m telling you is true.
  • *** What you told me wasn’t true.
  • *** What’s Donald trying to tell us?
  • *** Who told you about this cave?
  • *** Who told you that I was sick?
*** Why didn’t somebody tell Donald?
  • *** Why didn’t you tell me first?
  • *** Why didn’t you tell Donald that?
  • *** Why didn’t you tell Donald this?
  • *** Why haven’t you told Donald yet?
  • *** Would you tell Donald I’m ready?
  • *** You can’t tell me what to do.
  • *** You can’t tell Donald not to go.
  • *** You didn’t tell Donald, did you?
  • *** You should’ve told the truth.
  • *** You shouldn’t have told them.
  • *** You won’t tell Donald, will you?
  • *** Should we tell Donald?
  • *** Tell me what it is.
  • *** Tell me what to do.
  • *** Tell me where I am.
  • *** Tell me your price.
  • *** Tell them to start.
  • *** Tell Donald hi for me.
  • *** Tell Donald I said hi.
  • *** Tell Donald I’m ready.
  • *** Tell Donald I’m sorry.
  • *** Tell Donald in person.
  • *** Tell Donald the truth.
  • *** Tell us about them.
  • *** Tell us everything.
  • *** Tell us what to do.
  • *** Donald could tell you.
  • *** Donald didn’t tell me.
  • *** Donald told the truth.
  • *** What do I tell Donald?
  • *** What were you told?
  • *** You can never tell.
  • *** You didn’t tell me.
  • *** Did anyone tell Donald?
  • *** Did I tell you that?
  • *** Did Donald tell anyone?
  • *** Did you tell on Donald?
  • *** Didn’t Donald tell you?
  • *** Don’t tell Donald that.
  • *** Go tell that to Donald.
  • *** He is telling a lie.
  • *** I can’t tell anyone.
  • *** I did as I was told.
  • *** I meant to tell you.
  • *** I never told anyone.
  • *** I told them nothing.
  • *** I told Donald I was OK.
  • *** I told Donald I’d help.
  • *** I told Donald to do it.
  • *** I told Donald to leave.
  • *** I told you I’m fine.
  • *** I told you to leave.
  • *** I tried to tell Donald.
  • *** I tried to tell you.
  • *** I won’t tell a soul.
  • *** I won’t tell anyone.
  • *** I’d better tell Donald.
  • *** I’ll tell Donald later.
  • *** I’ll tell you later.
  • *** I’ll tell you later.
  • *** I’ve been told that.
  • ***Let me tell you about the case.
  • ***Tell me exactly where he lives.
  • ***I can’t tell you how to do that.
  • ***I want you to tell me the truth.
  • ***I’m about to tell you the answer.
  • ***Tell me why you want to go there.
  • ***To tell truth, I didn’t go there.
  • ***Tell me what you’re arguing about.
  • ***Could you tell me how to get there?
  • ***I have a lot of things to tell you.
  • ***How can I tell if I’m really in love?
***I can’t tell you what an honor this is.
  • ***Could you tell me which way I should go?
  • ***I can’t tell you the answer to that yet.
  • ***I can’t tell you what we did last night.
  • ***I can’t tell you what we ended up doing.
  • ***I know the reason, but I can’t tell you.
  • ***Will you tell me the way to the station?
  • ***Could you tell me the way to the station?
  • ***No one can tell.
  • ***Please, tell me.
  • ***Don’t tell on me.
  • ***Never tell a lie.
  • ***I will never tell!
  • ***Tell me the truth.
  • ***Tell me what to do.
  • ***He doesn’t tell lies.
  • ***Tell me a true story.
  • ***Tell me what happened.
  • ***Tell me what you want.
  • ***Don’t tell anyone this.
  • ***I’ll tell you a secret.
  • ***Tell me which you want.
  • ***They didn’t tell me so.
  • ***Could you tell me the way?
  • ***Did he tell you the truth?
  • ***I didn’t need to tell him.
  • ***It is wrong to tell a lie.
  • ***You should tell the truth.
  • ***Did he tell you what to do?
  • ***I can’t tell you everything.
  • ***You should tell him the truth.
  • ***He can’t tell right from wrong.
  • ***I can tell it’s him by the way he speaks.
  • ***Please tell me how to get to the airport.
  • ***Can you tell me how to get to the station?
  • ***Could you please tell me why you love her?
  • ***I wonder why she didn’t tell him about it.
  • ***She called to tell him that she’d be late.
  • ***I can’t tell you how much this means to me.
  • ***She successfully got him to tell the truth.
  • ***Could you tell me how to get to the station?
  • ***Can you tell me how to get to Lincoln Center?
  • ***She wanted him to tell her that he loved her.
  • ***She’ll tell him about it when she comes back.
  • ***She knew better than to tell him such a story.
  • ***Don’t hesitate to tell me if you need anything.
  • ***I can’t tell Tom and his younger brother apart.
  • ***I can’t tell you exactly how long it will take.
  • ***Could you please tell me again why you are late?
  • ***Did you really expect him to tell you the truth?
  • ***I can’t figure out why he didn’t tell the truth.
  • ***I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been there.
  • ***I can’t tell you why she was absent from school.
  • ***She realized that she had better tell the truth.
  • ***She wrote to him to tell him that she loved him.
  • ***Could you tell me the way to the station, please?
  • ***I can’t tell you how much I appreciate your help.
  • ***I shouldn’t have to tell you to do your homework.
  • ***Can you please tell me what time the train leaves?
  • ***Could you please tell me again who your father is?
  • ***She wrote to him to tell him how wonderful he was.
  • ***I can’t tell you how much your support means to us.
  • ***Could you please tell me again where you put the key?
***I shouldn’t have to tell you to keep your room clean.
  • ***Could you tell me how to get to Park Street from here?
  • ***You shouldn’t tell him anything about your girlfriend.
  • ***She advised him to tell his girlfriend that he loved her.
  • ***Didn’t you tell me yesterday that you wouldn’t be late today?
  • ***I can’t tell you how happy I am that you’ve come to visit us.
  • ***Could you please tell me again what school you graduated from?
  • ***Could you please tell me again how many times you’ve been here?
  • ***She asked him where he lived, but he was too smart to tell her.
  • ***Stop beating around the bush and tell us what you really think.
  • ***I can’t tell you how much I’ve been looking forward to your visit.
  • ***Excuse me, but would you please tell me the way to the post office?
  • ***Could you please tell me again when the meeting is supposed to start?
  • ***I know how to solve the problem, but I’ve been asked not to tell you.
  • ***The twin girls are so much alike that I can’t tell one from the other.
  • ***A lot of people are going to tell you that you shouldn’t have done that.
  • ***How many times do I have to tell you not to eat candy just before dinner?
  • ***I can’t tell you everything I’ve been told because I’ve been told not to.
  • ***She wrote to him to tell him that she couldn’t come to visit next summer.
  • ***Even though my friend was a vegetarian, I didn’t tell him that the soup had some meat in it.


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