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

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


1. Come along with me.

2. I’ll go along with that.

3. I don’t get along with him.

4. I never got along with Samuel.

5. Frank won’t go along with that.


6. Do you want to come along with us?

7. I’m bringing George along with me.

8. I am bringing George along with me.

9. I get along with my younger brother.

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

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


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

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

14. Along with success comes a reputation for wisdom.

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

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

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

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

19. 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.

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

21. Can you imagine what a whole generation of adults would be like if they had been taught these subjects in school along with their regular curriculum?

22. I learned a lot from my Mom. My favorite lesson: remember there is no such thing as a certain way to parent and to remember that you are learning along with your child – it’s ok to make mistakes.

23. Our forces saved the remnants of the Jewish people of Europe for a new life and a new hope in the reborn land of Israel. Along with all men of good will, I salute the young state and wish it well.

24. What should have died along with communism is the belief that modern societies can be run on a single principle, whether that of planning under the general will or that of free-market allocations.

25. Even a happy life cannot be without a measure of darkness, and the word happy would lose its meaning if it were not balanced by sadness. It is far better take things as they come along with patience and equanimity.