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Sentences for Language Practice
To steal is a crime. Stealing is a crime.  
To steal is a crime. Stealing is a crime.
Since/Seeing that it is raining, we shouldn‘t go out.  
Now that we are in Lahore, we will see the Shahi Fort.  
Now that we are in Lahore, we will see the Shahi Fort
The ceiling is high.  
The ceiling is high
There are monkeys on the roof.  
There are monkeys on the roof
Small, wits, great boast.  
Small, wits, great boast
Don‘t worry about trifles.  
Don‘t worry about trifles
Tut !  
Tut
The accident was due to carelessness.  
The accident was due to carelessness
to Keep account.  
to Keep account
to calculate.  
to calculate
Sir, this is Mr. Anwar, author of this book.  
Sir, this is Mr. Anwar, author of this book
to administer oath of office and secrecy.  
to administer oath of office and secrecy
to take oath.  
to take oath
Fill in the blanks.  
Fill in the blanks
to be out of pocket/to be penniless.  
to be out of pocket/to be penniless
to send word or message (not words)  
to send word or message
to take somebody to task.  
to take somebody to task
Take care. Beware. Becareful.  
Take care. Beware. Becareful.
Have faith in God.  
Have faith in God
Bye, see you.  
Bye, see you.
Bye, Saima.  
Bye, Saima
God is Omnipresent.  
God is Omnipresent.
Mau God give you strength!  
Mau God give you strength
to utter a bad coin.  
to utter a bad coin
to meet the expenses  
to meet the expenses
The letter was written in pencil.  
The letter was written in pencil
A letter is being typed.  
A letter is being typed
The letter was sent by post/ hand. The message was sent by phone. He went by road.  
The letter was sent by post/ hand. The message was sent by phone. He went by road.
Many, many thanks for your kind letter.  
Many, many thanks for your kind letter
Many thanks for your letter.  
Many thanks for your letter
Thank you for your letter.  
Thank you for your letter
to have a dream  
to have a dream
A paragon of Virtues you are!  
A paragon of Virtues you are
to commit suicide  
to commit suicide
Thank you very much for your little lovely letter. I feel like kissing your hand.  
Thank you very much for your little lovely letter. I feel like kissing your hand
to have a shave.  
to have a shave
to be stained  
to be stained
to make a gift  
to make a gift
to stake.  
to stake
Leaves are falling from the tree.  
Leaves are falling from the tree
to steal.  
to steal
Excuse me. Could I use your pen?  
Excuse me. Could I use your pen
Excuse me, Sir. May I know your name?  
Excuse me, Sir. May I know your name
The river is deep.  
The river is deep
There was no cause for enmity.  
There was no cause for enmity
Many, many thanks for your kind invitation.  
many thanks for your kind invitation
to impose (clamp) section 144 on a place.  
section 144 on a place
to have brisk sale  
to have brisk sale
It is sad.  
It is sad
to be overjoyed/to bethrown into an ecstasy of joy.  
to be overjoyed
to open out one's heart.  
to open out one's heart
to turn one's heart.  
to turn one's heart
not take interest in  
not take interest in
to take/have rest.  
to take/have rest
to pass one's life.  
to pass one's life
The price of food articles in all the countries of the world is increasing.  
The price of food articles in all the countries of the world is increasing
day/week/month/year+ ago.  
day/week/month/year+ ago
This is an inkpot.  
This is an inkpot
Either boy got a prize.  
Either boy got a prize
Neither boy got a prize.  
Neither boy got a prize
to administer medicine/justice  
to administer medicine
lt is getting on for midnight.  
lt is getting on for midnight
There is a match in the after- noon.  
There is a match in the after- noon
Milk has gone bad/sour/turned sour.  
Milk has gone bad/sour/turned sour
Milk is white.  
Milk is white
Milk is sweet.  
Milk is sweet
I help even enemies, much more friends.  
I help even enemies, much more friends
The bridegroom bought a ring for the bride to wear.  
The bridegroom bought a ring for the bride to wear
Both pens are good.  
Both pens are good
Both are present.  
Both are present.
Both cooked food.  
Both cooked food
to get a shock.  
to get a shock
to hold out a threat  
to hold out a threat to sun
to sun.  
to sun
to delay/to make delay/to be late  
to delay/to make delay/to be late
in the twinkling of an eye/in a moment/trice; in on time  
in the twinkling of an eye/in a moment/trice; in on time
to look after.  
to look after.
They don't smoke.  
They don't smoke
to post a letter.  
to post a letter
A robber has no heart.  
A robber has no heart
Have a little more, won‘t you.  
Have a little more, won‘t you.
Add a little more salt.  
Add a little more salt
You just wait.  
You just wait
How dark the night is!  
How dark the night is
come out.  
come out.
Don't keep late hours.  
Don't keep late hours
Take light food at night.  
Take light food at night
Rahim is stronger and more intelligent than Karim.  
Rahim is stronger and more intelligent than Karim
Ramzan has books to read.  
Ramzan has books to read
Ramzan is going to be a Minister.  
Ramzan is going to be a Minister
Mangoes sell two to a rupee.  
Mangoes sell two to a rupee
Her face is wet with tears.  
Her face is wet with tears
Her eyes are red with tears.  
Her eyes are red with tears



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