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Up İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

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

***Wash up.

***Stand up!

***I give up.

***What’s up?

***Fill it up.

***He stood up.

***Hey, wait up!

***Don’t give up!

***Hurry up, Tom.

***The sun is up.

***Tom set me up.

***Don’t stand up.

***It’s up to you.

***Let’s hurry up.

***Prices went up.

***Turn up the TV.

***I called him up.

***I called Tom up.

***I’m tied up now.

***It is up to you.

***She got up late.

***She tied him up.

***She woke him up.

***Sit up straight.

***I get up at 6:30.

***I get up at 7:00.

***Stand up, please.

***What woke you up?

***Clean up the room.

***I got up at seven.

***Put your hands up!

***We got up at dawn.

***Fill it up, please.

***Get me up at eight.

***I have to dress up.

***She didn’t show up.

***Shut up and listen!

***Turn the volume up.

***Go and wake Mary up.

***I got up about five.

***I’m fed up with her.

***It’s time to get up.

***Please don’t get up.

***Prices are going up.

***She gave up smoking.

***Who put you up to it?

***I got up at about six.

***I stayed up all night.

***I’m tied up right now.

***Call up Tom right away.

***Please add up the bill.

***Don’t give up the fight.

***He added up the figures.

***Hurry up! We’ll be late.

***I don’t want to give up.

***I’ll leave it up to you.

***My mother gets up early.

***She struggled to get up.

***Tom has to get up early.

***We gave him up for dead.

***I have a stuffed-up nose.

***I usually wake up at six.

***Let’s leave it up to him.

***She looked up at the sky.

***Everybody looks up to him.

***I caught up with him soon.

***I usually get up at eight.

***She usually gets up early.

***She was brought up by him.

***We woke up after midnight.

***We’re up against the wall.

***Why didn’t you call me up?

***Giving up isn’t the answer.

***He turned up an hour later.

***What are you lining up for?

***When do you usually get up?

***You should give up smoking.

***Don’t leave it up to chance.

***He made up his mind quickly.

***I stayed up late last night.

***I’m used to staying up late.

***Tom finally gave up smoking.

***He stayed up late last night.

***He’ll soon catch up with Tom.

***I’m used to getting up early.

***You’d better give up smoking.

***Did you call him up yesterday?

***I made up my mind to go there.

***I will pick you up around six.

***Let me know what you’re up to.

***The price of eggs is going up.

***The sky is likely to clear up.

***We must make up for lost time.

***Where have you been up to now?

***Where will the bus pick us up?

***Why don’t you give up smoking?

***He made up his mind right away.

***I can’t put up with that noise.

***I don’t mind getting up at six.

***I get up at six in the morning.

***I grew up eating Japanese food.

***I’m saving up to buy a new car.

***Mary stayed up late last night.

***She’s used to getting up early.

***The cost of living has gone up.

***Where can I pick up my baggage?

***He made up his mind to go there.

***He’s saving up to go to college.

***He made up a story about the dog.

***He made up his mind to marry her.

***I advised him to give up smoking.

***I get up at six almost every day.

***It’s up to you decide what to do.

***She picked him up at the station.

***Tom gets up at six every morning.

***We got up at four in the morning.

***Can you pick me up at the station?

***He made up his mind to be a pilot.

***I had to run to catch up with Tom.

***I made up my mind to study harder.

***I will pick him up at the station.

***She grew up to be a famous doctor.

***She has put her house up for sale.

***The taxi picked up two passengers.

***What time do you get up every day?

***You don’t have to get up so early.

***He stood up and took a deep breath.

***I am accustomed to staying up late.

***I can’t put up with her any longer.

***I can’t put up with him any longer.

***I saw my sister tear up the letter.

***Nothing can force me to give it up.

***She advised him to give up smoking.

***She got up at seven in the morning.

***She wakes him up every day at 6:30.

***I finally came up with a great idea.

***I got up at six-thirty this morning.

***I shouldn’t have gotten up so early.

***I thought you had to get up by 7:30.

***Ken makes it a rule to get up early.

***She advised him to give up drinking.

***I can’t put up with this hot weather.

***I shouldn’t have stayed up all night.

***I think it’s time for me to speak up.

***She ordered him to clean up his room.

***She’s accustomed to getting up early.

***I never thought we’d end up like this.

***She made up her mind to go to college.

***He angrily tore up the letter from her.

***I never imagined we’d end up like this.

***When she entered the room, he stood up.

***I can’t put up with the heat any longer.

***I can’t tell you what we ended up doing.

***I hear that Bob and Lucy have broken up.

***Please wake me up at 6 tomorrow morning.

***She tore the letter up after reading it.

***What do you want to be when you grow up?

***Are you wondering what we ended up doing?

***I cheered myself up by listening to music.

***I don’t feel up to running to the station.

***I think it’s time to wind up this meeting.

***I went up to the 5th floor in an elevator.

***Please pick up your ticket at the counter.

***She was advised by him to give up smoking.

***He picked up a handkerchief from the floor.

***I don’t feel up to eating anything tonight.

***I don’t remember how we ended up in Boston.

***I shouldn’t have to put up with this noise.

***I’m fed up with him always preaching to me.

***My mother gets up earlier than anyone else.

***She was advised by him to give up drinking.

***She’s made up her mind to quit the company.

***We tried to cheer him up by taking him out.

***I’ve given up on the idea of buying a house.

***I got up early in order to attend the meeting.

***If you want to speak to me, please call me up.

***I have lots of work to clear up by the weekend.

***I’m getting up at six o’clock tomorrow morning.

***My sister has made up her mind to be a teacher.

***I have a lot of work to clear up by the weekend.

***I make it a rule to get up early in the morning.

***Let’s wrap up this work now and go out drinking.

***You’ve got to give up gambling once and for all.

***You have to work harder to make up for lost time.

***I just got up. Give me a few minutes to get ready.

***She made up her mind to graduate from high school.

***I found it necessary to get up early every morning.

***A lot of people look up to you. Don’t let them down.

***Bill got up early in order to catch the first train.

***He made up his mind to write in his diary every day.

***He made up his mind to jog in spite of his blindness.

***She ran very fast to catch up with the other members.

***She walked as fast as she could to catch up with him.

***She walked up to him and asked him what his name was.

***We’ll have a good crop if this good weather keeps up.

***Everybody in the park looked up at the hot air balloon.

***You don’t get up as early as your older sister, do you?

***He woke up to find himself lying on a bench in the park.

***She was about to call him up when he walked in the door.

***I think it’s time for me to give up on this relationship.




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