Sentences with Along, Along in a Sentence in English, Sentences For Along

Sentences with Along, Along in a Sentence in English, Sentences For Along

1. Come along with me.

2. Are you going along?

3. I’ll go along with that.

4. Bring along your friend.

5. They walk along the road.

6. I don’t get along with him.

7. Can’t we all just get along?

8. I never got along with Samuel.

9. Frank won’t go along with that.

10. The ship sailed along the coast.

11. If you want, they can come along.

12. Do you want to come along with us?

13. I’m bringing George along with me.

14. Run along now, children! I am busy.

15. I am bringing George along with me.

16. I get along well with all the staff.

17. I get along with my younger brother.

18. It’s impossible to get along with her.

19. Jesica walks carefully along the road.

20. Steve was dragged along by the current.

21. I don’t think I can get along with him.

22. Towns sprang up all along the railroad.

23. Alex can’t get along with his neighbors.

24. She plays the piano, and he sings along.

25. Unfortunately, you cannot bring him along.

26. How much money should I take along with me?

27. The two houses stand alongside of each other.

28. Alex and I walked along the shore of the lake.

29. Once in a blue moon someone like you comes along.

30. Along with success comes a reputation for wisdom.

31. Members of the tribe settled down along the river.

32. Steve and Alex sailed along the west coast of Africa.

33. Alex’s welcome to come along, provided that he behaves himself.

34. He pulled me alongside him, strong and determined and not smiling.

35. Love is just a word until someone comes along and gives it meaning.

36. They should issue medals along with the steady stream of medication.

37. Why do grandparents and grandchildren get along so well? The mother.

38. You do not have to be me in order for us to fight alongside each other.

39. Those men get along best with women who can get along best without them.

40. Instead of coming alongside her and supporting her through this, I failed her…

41. I’ve had an exciting time I married for love and got a little money along with it.

42. He grasped her by her wrist, running a thumb along the sensitive sknin underneath.

43. We are too late to be friends with you, I could not guess that we would get along so well.

44. If you board the wrong train, it is no use running along the corridor in the other direction

45. Introspective reflections which are liable to stall are helped along by the flow of the landscape.

46. Clay, if anyone followed anyone, it was me tagging along after you. I didn’t dare order you around.

47. Trade; It is based on the principle of getting along with each other to make people’s lives easier.

48. When one consorts with assassins, one must expect to dance along the edge of a knife once or twice.

49. There are only two mistakes one can make along the road to truth; not going all the way, and not starting.

50. Life is about accepting the challenges along the way, choosing to keep moving forward, and savoring the journey.

51. When you dance, your purpose is not to get to a certain place on the floor. It’s to enjoy each step along the way.

52. I do, I’m afraid, understand books far more readily than I understand people. Books are so easy to get along with.

53. Love rests on two pillars: surrender and autonomy. Our need for togetherness exists alongside our need for separateness.

54. She smelled of home…as if home had never been a place, but had always been this little person whom she’d carried alongside her.

55. When I get up in the morning I brush my teeth and go about my business, and if I am going anywhere interesting I take my camera along.

56. I get along with guys most of my friends are guys. It’s easier to trust men sometimes. I only have a few close girlfriends that I trust.

57. I’m more like my father, personality-wise. But my mom and I get alone really well – obviously, because my mom and my dad get along so well.

58. Thats the risk you take if you change: that people you’ve been involved with won’t like the new you. But other people who do will come along.

59. That’s the risk you take if you change: that people you’ve been involved with won’t like the new you. But other people who do will come along.

60. The best way to show that a stick is crooked is not to argue about it or to spend time denouncing it, but to lay a straight stick alongside it.

61. Legal adoptions permanently transfer all rights and responsibilities, along with filiation, from the biological parents to the adoptive parents.