When İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

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

***When can we eat?

***When are you busy?


***When do you study?

***When was she born?

***When does it begin?

***When did you buy it?

***When did you return?


***When does it arrive?

***When is school over?

***When will we arrive?

***When will you leave?

***When was it finished?

***When did you get home?


***When is checkout time?

***When is your birthday?

***When will they arrive?

***When will you be back?

***Do it when you have time.

***When are you coming back?

***When did he go to Europe?


***When is the intermission?

***She was out when I called.

***When did it begin to rain?

***When should I feed my dog?

***Does it hurt when you chew?

***When did you come to Japan?

***When did you get to London?


***When do you usually get up?

***When are you going to leave?

***When do you expect him back?

***When is a good time for you?

***I did smoke when I was young.

***I’m not sure when he’ll come.

***When can I see you next time?

***When did you finish the work?


***When is your book coming out?

***When should I return the car?

***Do you know when he will come?

***He hurt his hand when he fell.

***He hurt his knee when he fell.

***Look at me when I talk to you!

***When did he say he would come?

***When did she break the window?

***When do you plan to check out?

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

***When was the last time we met?

***When will the concert be held?

***When will they give a concert?

***Ask her when he will come back.

***Do you know when she will come?


***I’ll leave when she comes back.

***My throat hurts when I swallow.

***We’ll go when it quits raining.

***When did your father come home?

***When would you like to see him?

***Call me when you get settled in.

***Have you been told when to come?

***My mother died when I was a kid.

***When did the wedding take place?

***He died when he was 54 years old.

***He was worn out when he got home.

***When did she leave the classroom?

***When did you change your address?

***When ice melts, it becomes water.

***When will you harvest your wheat?


***When will your book be published?

***Do you know when they will arrive?

***He was exhausted when he got home.

***It was quite dark when I got home.

***They married when they were young.

***When did you go to bed last night?

***When did you start studying Latin?

***When will you come back to school?

***Ask him when the next plane leaves.

***Come and see me when you have time.

***He hurt his left foot when he fell.

***I could swim well when I was a boy.

***The sky was clear when I left home.

***When I came home, Tom was studying.

***Will you let me know when he comes?


***Dick was ten years old when he died.

***When will you get through with work?

***The old woman got hurt when she fell.

***When he spoke, everyone became silent.

***I don’t know when Tom will leave Japan.

***When is the best time to feed your dog?

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

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

***When he was young, he was a hard worker.

***Can you still remember when we first met?

***I don’t know exactly when he will arrive.

***I was about to leave when you telephoned.

***I was going out, when the telephone rang.

***She got married when she was twenty-five.

***She surprised him when she arrived early.


***She was surprised when she saw the ghost.

***When I travel, I prefer to travel by air.

***When were potatoes introduced into Japan?

***You must be careful when you drive a car.

***He came to Japan when he was 10 years old.

***I could swim well even when I was a child.

***I don’t know when he returned from France.

***I was leaving home when Tom telephoned me.

***I’ll have her call you when she gets back.

***She first met him when they were students.

***When does school let out for the holidays?

***When I see him, I think of my grandfather.

***When the food is bad, it’s a real letdown.

***I don’t know for certain when he will come.

***I don’t know when my father will come back.


***I felt very relieved when I heard the news.

***I was able to swim well when I was a child.

***I’ll bring my sister when I come next time.

***She believed him when he said he loved her.

***You should be careful when you drive a car.

***I don’t know when, but it’ll happen someday.

***I felt sorry for her when I heard her story.

***I had almost finished my work when she came.

***I’m going to talk to Tom when he comes home.

***When a child, I used to go fishing with him.

***He was robbed when coming home late at night.

***I don’t know for certain when he will arrive.

***I don’t like to go outside when it’s raining.

***I want to ask them when their wedding day is.

***I was able to swim faster when I was younger.

***I’ll look after my parents when they get old.

***She’ll tell him about it when she comes back.

***Tom doesn’t know when Mary will leave Boston.

***When should I stop feeding my dog puppy food?

***When the fire broke out, he was sound asleep.

***I’ll call you back when I get to the bus stop.

***She grinned at me when she came into the room.

***I’ll take care of my parents when they get old.

***It was late at night when Tom finally got home.

***She thinks about him when she’s feeling lonely.

***She was very surprised when she heard the news.

***The audience clapped when the concert was over.

***The man got mad when his wife called him names.

***Mary was wearing a black sweater when I met her.

***Paul wasn’t with Mary when her purse was stolen.

***She hurt her foot when she fell off her bicycle.

***This picture reminds me of when I was a student.

***We were just about to leave when she telephoned.

***When I was a child, I used to swim in that pond.

***When the bell rang, the teacher ended the class.

***I don’t know when I’ll get around to visiting you.

***I don’t like to send postcards when I’m on a trip.

***I was watching television when the telephone rang.

***When I hear that song, I remember my younger days.

***I had just finished my homework when Ted phoned me.

***The teacher dismissed his class when the bell rang.

***Have you been told when you are expected to be here?

***When I got to school, the race had already finished.

***He narrowly escaped from the bus when it caught fire.

***I had hardly left home when it began to rain heavily.

***Let me read the paper when you have finished with it.

***We felt relieved when we saw a light in the distance.

***When I got home, I noticed that I had lost my wallet.

***It’s a pity we didn’t visit Tom when we had the chance.

***She must have been very young when she wrote this poem.

***I’ll call you when I get the results of the examination.

***People tend to raise their voices when they get excited.

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

***The train had already left when they got to the station.

***When her husband died, she felt like committing suicide.

***Even when she’s not wearing makeup, she’s very beautiful.

***I became very nervous when I couldn’t locate my passport.

***It’s a good idea to cover up when the sun is this strong.

***Jack suddenly stopped talking when Mary entered the room.

***When I met her the other day, she asked about my parents.

***Have you told everyone when and where the meeting will be?

***Tom almost always uses a credit card when he goes shopping.

***Mary felt happy when she learned the results of the election.

***When I opened the door of the refrigerator, an apple fell out.

***When Mary reached the bus stop, the last bus had already left.

***A student raised his hand when the teacher finished the reading.

***I can still remember the time when we went on a picnic together.

***The only time he feeds the dog is when his wife is away on a trip.

***When I asked him to lend me some money, he turned down my request.

***She always says nice things about him, especially when he’s around.

***People have the tendency to speak more loudly when they get excited.

***Could you please tell me again when the meeting is supposed to start?

***When I was feeding my dog, I noticed that the gate had been left open.

***I always enjoy listening to classical music when I have some free time.

***I learned to drive a car and got a driver’s license when I was eighteen.

***Years ago, when Tom’s children were young, he used to take a lot of pictures.

***It’s OK with me if we barbecue, but I don’t like it when smoke gets in my eyes.

***It’s only when I can’t sleep at night that the ticking of the clock bothers me.

***Do you think your parents spent enough time with you when you were in your teens?

***I’m skeptical when I hear someone claim to speak more than five languages fluently.

***English is quite often the language of choice when speaking to an international audience.

***I never thought this rubber band would come in handy when I put it in my pocket this morning.

***I don’t quite believe it when I hear someone claim they can speak more than five languages fluently.



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