Sentences with Ago, Sentences about Ago in English

Sentences with Ago, Sentences about Ago in English

1. How long ago was that?

2. I arrived seven days ago.

3. I ate lunch two hours ago.

4. I quit smoking a year ago.

5. I forgave you a long time ago.

6. I began playing golf years ago.

7. I took the exam three weeks ago.

8. I saw Alex less than an hour ago.

9. She came back school a while ago.

10. Your cell phone rang a minute ago.

11. I have been in Madrid 2 years ago.

12. She was born 2 years ago in Paris.

13. We stayed in a hotel two weeks ago.

14. The contest started 10 minutes ago.

15. The rain stopped a few minutes ago.

16. My brother got married 2 years ago.

17. I sent George $20,000 two weeks ago.

18. He was born at this time 3 years ago.

19. I went to the military ten years ago.

20. They may have moved here two years ago.

21. Tuberculosis carried her off two years ago.

22. How tremendous the agony of unmade decisions.

23. Father established his business 40 years ago.

24. I had seen her once long years ago in Madrid.

25. She has been waiting for you since 3 days ago.

26. Our ancestors came to this land 300 years ago.

27. They found an ancient cup from 1,000 years ago.

28. It was not eating a strawberry a few minutes ago.

29. I need to remember calling her coach three day ago.

30. We dwelled here long ago but we will be moving soon.

31. 50 years ago, when I was young, I couldn’t sleep early.

32. The models started to walk on the runway 20 minutes ago.

33. They followed its trail that passed here about an hour ago.

34. I’d have stopped writing years ago if it were for the money.

35. They say they posted it 2 weeks ago but it hasn’t arrived yet.

36. We would have argued with him months ago if we didn’t trust him.

37. If we didn’t trust him we would have argued with him months ago.

38. Only in the agony of parting do we look into the depths of love.

39. When we are tired, we are attacked by ideas we conquered long ago.

40. There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.

41. Ignorant men raise questions that wise men answered a thousand years ago.

42. You pierce my soul. I am half agony, half hope…I have loved none but you.

43. She was dazzling– alight; it was agony to comprehend her beauty in a glance.

44. I know how devastated you must be to miss me, but leave a message, and I’ll try to ease your agony.

45. I have laughed, in bitterness and agony of heart, at the contrast between what I seem and what I am!

46. If someone in your life talked to you the way you talk to yourself, you would have left them long ago.

47. People try much less hard to make a marriage work than they used to fifty years ago. Divorce is easier.

48. It was an honor and privilege to arrive to this country 16 years ago with almost no money in my pocket. A lot has happened since then.

49. Letting go is the lesson. Letting go is always the lesson. Have you ever noticed how much of our agony is all tied up with craving and loss?

50. By making a comeback, I’m changing the attitude of people toward me. If I’d known that people would react so enthusiastically, I’d have done it years ago.

51. I am very abnormal… But it wasn’t very long ago that I wasn’t so abnormal. I was very normal and headed for a lifetime of paying medical bills as proof of my normalcy.

52. Fourscore and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.

53. Although the war in which you fought took place more than half-a-century ago, your courage, your sacrifice and your patriotism reaches through the decades and inspires us today.

54. Things that I felt absolutely sure of but a few years ago, I do not believe now. This thought makes me see more clearly how foolish it would be to expect all men to agree with me.

55. Work ethic has always been stressed in my family. My dad is going to be 80 years old and he still works part time. My mom just retired a couple years ago and she’s in her mid- to late 70s.

56. Take motherhood: nobody ever thought of putting it on a moral pedestal until some brash feminists pointed out, about a century ago, that the pay is lousy and the career ladder nonexistent.

57. It worries me about our unwillingness to really address reforms and modernization in Medicare. This thing was designed 37 years ago. It has not evolved to keep pace with current medical technology.

58. Last time I spoke to my mom she called me from a pay phone, and we didn’t have the best talk. Ever since my stepdad passed away three years ago, she has been very depressed and hasn’t been herself at all.

59. I just had that conversation this morning with my doctor. I just got back from the hospital a half-hour ago, and nothing will make me happier than to replicate the DNA of my amazing husband. I’m optimistic.

60. In my day, at 12 years old, which was 38 years ago, we worked out in summer months for two and a half hours. Today someone in that age group might work out for four hours, two hours in the morning and two at night.

61. I’m not trying to clock scores in this lifetime, it’s just that things are better now than they were like five, ten years ago. Music has gotten a lot better. There’s a lot of people who are committed to – soulfully.

62. My daughter’s name is Neesyn Dacey but everyone calls her Dacey. Her mom chose Neesyn and I chose Dacey after she was born. The mother is a good friend of mine who I was seeing a while ago. We are no longer together.

63. 1 month ago the American people stopped to remember the third anniversary of the beginning of the Iraq war. We thought first and foremost of the selflessness, patriotism and heroism by our troops, our National Guard and Reserves.

64. I think the institute of marriage is a noble thing. The idea of a partner for life is incredibly romantic. But now we’re living to 100. A hundred years ago people were dying at age 37. Til death do us part was a much different deal.

65. I don’t deal with death very well. My brother, John Candy, my dad, my mom, Brandon Tartikoff just a couple of weeks ago. I mean, you lose a lot of people in your life, and that’s one thing I am constantly working on – pain management.

66. One of my most sentimental items is my grandmother’s engagement ring that my mom gave me a few years ago. It’s a Victorian-style setting that’s closed in the back, so it doesn’t sparkle the way diamonds do now. I wear it as a pendant.

67. Australia is so cool that it’s hard to even know where to start describing it. The beaches are beautiful so is the weather. Not too crowded. Great food, great music, really nice people. It must be a lot like Los Angeles was many years ago.

68. A few years ago I lost 30 pounds, and people still wanted to criticize. And honestly, I’m happy with myself if I’m a little heavier. I realized: ‘Why am I trying to conform to someone else’s idea of beauty?’ I think I’m beautiful either way.

69. I mean, for all of his faults and the troubles in his marriage, Bill Clinton is still married to a girl he met in the library 25 years ago at school. Can we say that about many of our other leaders today in America, including on the right wing?

70. There is something at work that’s bigger than us. It’s about having a trust in life and being at peace that things are happening the way they should. You do what you do as well as you can do it, and then you don’t worry or agonize about the outcome.

71. When you awaken some morning and hear that somebody or other has been discovered, you can put it down as a fact that he discovered himself years ago – since that time he has been toiling, working, and striving to make himself worthy of general discovery.

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