Sentences with Tons, Tons in a Sentence in English, Sentences For Tons
1. This stone weighs five tons.
2. I’m afraid my tonsils are swollen.
3. I have tons of books at the office.
4. A helium nucleus has two protons, whereas hydrogen has only one.
5. Steel production reached an estimated 100 million tons last year.
6. She fingered the buttons for a moment, and then dialed, closing her eyes as she waited.
7. The biomass of our livestock—sheep, chickens, cows, and so on—is around eight hundred million tons.
8. I decided, as I succumbed to sleep, that men should come with manuals, subtitles, and reset buttons.
9. A reduction of meat consumption by only 10% would result in about 12 million more tons of grain for human consumption.
10. He kept eleven assorted heads and skulls, and two complete skeletons, for eventual use in a home-made temple, and he was sane.
11. It’s tricky. I’ve never been standing at the top of the tree with tons of money thrown at me. I’ve never really had a profile. So in a way I have this ‘nothing to lose’ attitude.
12. Driving a hybrid car could save about one ton of carbon-dioxide emissions per year but adopting a plant-based diet would save nearly one and a half tons over a comparable period.
13. I am a friend. I have in my possession two thousand assorted buttons, eight hundred keys, and only one friend. Perhaps it is not something you can understand. I have not often been one before. I will be now.
14. I get up in the morning, do my e-mail, I check my e-mails all day. I’ll go online and I’ll buy my books at Amazon.com, but I don’t want to buy all of them because I want to go to Duttons and I want to buy books from another human being.
15. Businesses are great structures for managing big projects. It’s like trying to develop the ability to walk without developing a skeleton. Once in a blue moon, you get an octopus, but for the most part, you get skeletons. Skeletons are good shit.
16. I have a huge breakfast every morning because I never know if I’ll have time for lunch, especially during Fashion Week. It keeps my mood positive all day. And my parents taught me to have tons of fruit and vegetables, which I think helps my skin.
17. Ah, the power of two. There’s nothing quite like it. Especially when it comes to paying utility bills, parenting, cooking elaborate meals, purchasing a grown-up bed, jumping rope and lifting heavy machinery. The world favours pairs. Who wants to waste the wood building an ark for singletons?