Sentences with Letter, Sentences about Letter in English

Sentences with Letter, Sentences about Letter in English

1. He delivers the letters.

2. The letter made her sad.

3. Are you writing a letter?

4. your letter made me happy.

5. Thank you for your letter.

6. He is not writing a letter.

7. I slipped the letter to him.

8. She has written four letters.

9. I want this letter registered.

10. I can send this letter for you.

11. Be sure to register the letter.

12. This letter is addressed to you.

13. The letters are being delivered.

14. I glanced at my father’s letter.

15. He hasn’t answered my letter yet.

16. Samuel tore Arya’s letter in half.

17. Pam addressed the letter to Steve.

18. My son failed to answer the letter.

19. I saw my sister tear up the letter.

20. I saw my mother tear up the letter.

21. I just received my sister’s letter.

22. Steve received a registered letter.

23. I haven’t replied John’s letter yet.

24. He has some letters for your father?

25. My sister tore his letter to pieces.

26. I am writing a letter to Samuel now.

27. Alex slipped the letter into the box.

28. Should I reply to my sister’s letter?

29. He has written a letter to her friend.

30. You need a pencil to write the letter.

31. All you have to do is add the letters.

32. You should have replied to his letter.

33. The meaning of this letter is unclear.

34. My son learned every letter at school.

35. This letter was never meant to be sent.

36. I wrote a letter to my mother yesterday.

37. She tore the letter up after reading it.

38. Will you remind me to mail these letters?

39. If I switched the letter, my name was Air.

40. A good face is a letter of recommendation.

41. They will be writing letter to each other.

42. She will have sent the letter by nextweek.

43. Hank ripped up all her letters and photos.

44. Will they be writing letter to each other?

45. He will have sent the letter by next week.

46. They wrote letters to each other frequently.

47. Frank dashed to the corner to mail a letter.

48. She receives scores of fan letters every day.

49. They will not be writing letter to each other.

50. You have to write down every letter you learn.

51. The mother occasionally reread her son’s letter.

52. Should I reply to her letter? What do you think?

53. The journalist carefully wrote down every letter.

54. You haven’t got a letter on yours, George observed.

55. My uncle’s daughter learned every letter at school.

56. The girl came downstairs with a letter in her hand.

57. You have to study hard and learn every letter carefully.

58. When children start school, they will learn every letter.

59. One day he caught her out when he found some letters she’d written.

60. Personal beauty is a greater recommendation than any letter of reference.

61. When I was 12 I cried to my mom, because I never got my letter to Hogwarts.

62. Merry Christmas. I’m sorry if these letters have caught you both by surprise.

63. I did not attend his funeral, but I sent a nice letter saying I approved of it.

64. I made this [letter] very long, because I did not have the leisure to make it shorter.

65. I refused David Letterman’s proposal of marriage for obvious reasons, but thanks for asking.

66. I’ve never been a TV junkie. I remember watching Letterman way back when he had a morning show.

67. I’m an advocate of the great Dr. Johnson, the English man of letters who said that patriotism was the last refuge of the scoundrel.

68. Generally, people who are good at writing letters have no need to write letters. They’ve got plenty of life to lead inside their own context.

69. The letter had been crumpled up and tossed onto the grate. It had burned all around the edges, so the names at the top and bottom had gone up in smoke.

70. Every man should follow the bent of his nature in art and letters, always provided that he does not offend against the rules of morality and good taste.

71. I often get letters, quite frequently, from people who say how they like the programmes a lot, but I never give credit to the almighty power that created nature.

72. Now I know that that is just the phenomena of eating this way. Most all of my letters say I hit a plateau and then one morning I woke up and the melt had happened.

73. A good face they say, is a letter of recommendation. O Nature, Nature, why art thou so dishonest, as ever to send men with these false recommendations into the World!

74. As soon as I began, it seemed impossible to write fast enough – I wrote faster than I would write a letter – two thousand to three thousand words in a morning, and I cannot help it.

75. I’m receiving 300 to 500 letters every week from people telling me that God used my stories to save their marriage or to introduce them to Christ or to heal a relationship that had been broken.

76. I spent every night until four in the morning on my dissertation, until I came to the point when I could not write another word, not even the next letter. I went to bed. Eight o’clock the next morning I was up writing again.

77. My nominee for Best Picture of the year – maybe the best picture ever, because it’s essentially made up of and is an ecstatic love letter to all other movies – is Christian Marclay’s endlessly enticing must-see masterpiece ‘The Clock.’

78. I have asked myself once or twice lately what was my natural bent. I have no doubt at all: It is to look at each day for the evil of that day and have a go at it, and that is why I have never failed to have an acute interest in each morning’s letters.

79. First we thought the PC was a calculator. Then we found out how to turn numbers into letters with ASCII — and we thought it was a typewriter. Then we discovered graphics, and we thought it was a television. With the World Wide Web, we’ve realized it’s a brochure.

80. When I was in the Peace Corps I never made a phone call. I was in Central Africa I didn’t make a phone call for two years. I was in Uganda for another four years and I didn’t make a phone call. So for six years I didn’t make a phone call, but I wrote letters, I wrote short stories, I wrote books.

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