Sentences with Stairs, Sentences about Stairs
1. Take it upstairs.
2. Go up the stairs.
3. They’re upstairs.
4. I’ll go upstairs.
5. Alex’s downstairs.
6. They ran upstairs.
7. Let’s go upstairs.
8. Go up these stairs.
9. He came downstairs.
10. Take Frank upstairs.
11. I’ll take the stairs.
12. We’ll take the stairs.
13. Steve came downstairs.
14. Jessica went upstairs.
15. I fell down the stairs.
16. They climbed the stairs.
17. We sell them downstairs.
18. Steve ran up the stairs.
19. Samuel ran back upstairs.
20. I heard him coming downstairs.
21. If he comes, take him upstairs.
22. Frank went upstairs to the attic.
23. Steve started to descend the stairs.
24. He fell down the stairs and hurt his foot.
25. She is sleeping upstairs. Please be quiet.
26. Mary walked up the stairs to the front door.
27. You want to talk about what happened downstairs?
28. The girl came downstairs with a letter in her hand.
29. Books are no more threatened by Kindle than stairs by elevators.
30. Be careful! If you can’t keep your balance, you’ll fall down the stairs.
31. Meanwhile a certain amount of moaning and groaning was coming from upstairs.
32. I don’t know. After the downstairs, I assumed something creepier and dirtier.
33. We climbed the stairs to the third floor, where Osama bin Laden died early in the morning of May 2, 2011.
34. The best time I ever had with Joan Crawford was when I pushed her down the stairs in Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?
35. We go downstairs and in the hall, he takes my coat from the cupboard and holds it open while I slip my arms into it.
36. This morning I was laughing at my cat who was running up the stairs and slipped, and pretended like it didn’t happen.
37. Thorne, on the aisle, held out his hand as Cinder passed. She snorted and accepted the high five before floating up the stairs.
38. Only those who attempt the absurd…will achieve the impossible. I think …I think it’s in my basement…Let me go upstairs and check.
39. I didn’t feel like reading that night, so I went downstairs and watched a half-hour long commercial that advertised an exercise machine.
40. I could wake up six in the morning, go downstairs and record. I learned how to use ProTools and everything. Whenever I felt it, I could record.
41. Well, you know, I was raised by a 1970s feminist. My mom had a consciousness-raising group. I used to sit at the top of the stairs and listen to them.
42. In the last year my wife has noticed me struggling to get downstairs on a Sunday morning. I’ve two young children and football has been so good to me over the years I don’t want to spoil it.
43. There would be nights when I would wake up and couldn’t get back to sleep. So I would go downstairs and write. The staff had a pool going on how many pages of typing I would bring in here in the morning.
44. My mom would give me a piece to play, but I wouldn’t do any theory because when it came time to do it I would sneak back upstairs and watch TV. So, I had these kind of nonchalant lessons for years, then it just started soaking in.
45. My mom was a big ‘Smurfs’ fan, so she would force me to watch every Saturday morning. I had no choice in the matter. I would jump downstairs on Saturday morning, ‘Hurray, cartoons!’ and she would say, ‘Smurfs! That’s what you’re watching.’