That İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

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İçinde That geçen ingilizce örnek cümleler ve anlamları. That’in ingilizce cümle içinde kullanımı. That ile ilgili ingilizce cümle örnekleri.

***Is that it?


***What’s that?

***Is that true?

***That is mine.

***That‘s right!


***What is that?

***I’ve seen that.

***That‘s my line!

***That‘s strange.


***That‘s the way.

***That‘s too bad.

***Follow that car.

***I want that bag.

***Let me see that.

***That car is his.


***That is a table.

***That is his car.

***That isn’t fair.

***That won’t work!

***That‘s not fair.

***That‘s terrible.

***Who is that boy?


***Who is that man?

***Who’s that girl?

***That car is hers.

***That is a pencil.

***That‘s his house.

***That‘s our house.

***I don’t know that.

***That boy is smart.

***That house is big.

***That is her house.


***That‘s really sad.

***What’s that sound?

***Whose car is that?

***Wow! That‘s cheap!

***Can I see that one?

***Look at that smoke.

***That guy annoys me.

***That is intriguing.

***That would be fine.

***That‘s a good idea!


***That‘s a good idea.

***That book is theirs.

***That is a good idea.

***That‘s a great poem.

***That‘s really great!

***What was that noise?

***Why did she do that?

***Don’t talk like that.

***Everybody knows that.

***Is that answer right?

***Look at that picture.

***Please do that again.

***That is the bus stop.

***That‘s a bright idea.

***That‘s my dictionary.

***That‘s quite a story.

***That‘s really stupid.

***What’s that building?

***Could you repeat that?

***Don’t let that dog go.

***I’m glad to hear that.

***Look at that building.

***Look at that mountain.

***That is an old camera.

***That is an old castle.

***That is my dictionary.

***That‘s good, isn’t it?

***That‘s not my concern.

***That‘s what I thought.

***That‘s why I was late.

***What made her do that?

***Who is that gentleman?

***Who is that old woman?

***Do you know that hotel?

***Don’t release that dog.

***I heard that he’d died.

***I love that commercial.

***I’ll leave that to you.

***Is that a cat or a dog?

***Let’s leave it at that.

***That movie is exciting.

***That was a close shave.

***That was a great party.

***That‘s a good question.

***That‘s cheap, isn’t it?

***That‘s not the problem.

***That‘s quite a problem.

***That‘s right, isn’t it?

***He died of that disease.

***How long is that bridge?

***I can’t help doing that.

***Is that a picture of me?

***It is dark in that room.

***It was her that told me.

***That boy is intelligent.

***That couldn’t be helped.

***That‘s altogether wrong.

***That‘s enough for today.

***That‘s not what I heard.

***They will agree on that.

***You’re wrong about that.

***After that, he went home.

***I admit that he is right.

***I think that Tom is kind.

***I wonder why he did that.

***Lightning hit that tower.

***Someone will do that job.

***That house is very small.

***That toy is made of wood.

***That wasn’t my intention.

***That‘s a beautiful dress.

***That‘s quite meaningless.

***Why do I have to do that?

***All’s well that ends well.

***Don’t look at me that way.

***Even I can’t believe that.

***Give that book back to me.

***How high is that mountain?

***I hear that he eats frogs.

***I think that he is honest.

***I’m glad that you’ll come.

***I’m very sad to hear that.

***I’ve met that girl before.

***That didn’t really happen.

***That fact can’t be denied.

***That girl’s eyes are blue.

***That is rather unexpected.

***That sounds very tempting.

***That‘s the absolute truth.

***What’s that tall building?

***Wow! That looks delicious.

***Don’t lose sleep over that.

***I finally passed that test.

***I have to catch that train.

***I heard that she came here.

***I shouldn’t have done that.

***I’m glad that you can come.

***Isn’t that skirt too short?

***It was here that I saw her.

***It’s next to that building.

***That company went bankrupt.

***That‘s a really great idea.

***That‘s an incredible story.

***That‘s right. He’s Anthony.

***That‘s too good to be true.

***A friend told me that story.

***Does that price include tax?

***Don’t let that happen again!

***How do you account for that?

***I am not certain about that.

***I hope that he will succeed.

***I should not have said that.

***I thought that Tom was kind.

***I wish you had told me that.

***My family is not that large.

***That‘s where the problem is.

***Can you see that small house?

***Everyone always asks me that.

***He admitted that it was true.

***He wondered why she did that.

***I can’t allow you to do that.

***I have seen that girl before.

***I’m sure that you’ll succeed.

***It’s obvious that she’s sick.

***Stop staring at me like that.

***That‘s not my favorite topic.

***We walked ten miles that day.

***Where did you see that woman?

***He admitted that he was wrong.

***He is afraid that he will die.

***I expect that he will help us.

***I felt that I should help her.

***I hear that he sold his house.

***I know that he went to London.

***I know that she has been busy.

***I know that you did your best.

***I noticed that he had stopped.

***I’ll show you that I am right.

***I’ve never heard of that city.

***Is that what you have in mind?

***It is clear that he is guilty.

***It was yesterday that he died.

***People don’t say that anymore.

***She told him that she was sad.

***That bridge is very beautiful.

***That old man is a fussy eater.

***That‘s exactly what I thought.

***What did you do with that car?

***What was it that you gave him?

***Does he know that you love him?

***He admitted that he was guilty.

***How do you say that in Italian?

***I agree with him on that point.

***I can’t live that kind of life.

***I can’t put up with that noise.

***I don’t want to wait that long.

***I suggested that we go fishing.

***I wish I could buy that guitar.





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