Sentences with Street, Sentences about Street in English

Sentences with Street, Sentences about Street in English

1. I crossed the street.

2. Cars pass fast on this street.

3. The main streets are very wide.

4. Disorder prevails in the street.

5. The streets were not crowded today.

6. It doesn’t smell good on the street.

7. Can you draw me a map of your street?

8. I helped the old man cross the street.

9. Be alert when you cross a busy street!

10. 86.The streets were not crowded today.

11. It is dangerous to play in the street.

12. Frank chased the robber into the street.

13. A gentleman would not spit on the street.

14. I’m a just a mom when I walk down the street.

15. I crossed the street to walk in the sunshine.

16. The car crashed as he was slowly crossing the street.

17. The cafe on the main street is a smoking-free venue.

18. The cars stopped as the little boy crossed the street.

19. The streets in the city’s neighborhoods were very narrow.

20. It had been raining for hours and the streets were very wet.

21. By the street of ‘by-and-bye’ one arrives at the house of ‘Never’.

22. The bakery is on the opposite side of the street from the butcher shop.

23. You may play outside until the streetlights come on and I called your name.

24. In our time, an ice cream shop would come to our street, we would all gather around it.

25. I can’t stop being in parades. I just love dancing on floats that move really slowly on the city streets in the early morning.

26. What is straight? A line can be straight, or a street, but the human heart, oh, no, it’s curved like a road through mountains.

27. You eat and sleep it all day long and play on the streets until mom calls you in. My story is no different than anybody else’s.

28. I’ve never been out with any of the cast of Coronation Street. We’re all very close friends so it’s very much a professional attitude.

29. The law, in its majestic equality, forbids rich and poor alike to sleep under bridges, to beg in the streets, and to steal their bread.

30. I have noticed that even those who assert that everything is predestined and that we can change nothing about it still look both ways before they cross the street.

31. I believe in the brotherhood of all men, but I don’t believe in wasting brotherhood on anyone who doesn’t want to practice it with me. Brotherhood is a two-way street.

32. Weird people follow you in the streets, you can’t sit alone in a restaurant or a cafe and read a book in peace, and I think everybody values those moments of being alone.

33. Family life was wonderful. The streets were bleak. The playgrounds were bleak. But home was always warm. My mother and father had a great relationship. I always felt ‘safe’ there.

34. I had the privilege of practicing medicine in the early ’60s, before we had any government. It worked rather well, and there was nobody on the street suffering with no medical care.

35. What is the price of experience? Do men buy it for a song? Or wisdom for a dance in the street? No, it is bought with the price of all the man hath, his house, his wife, his children.

36. They very seldom let me lose my cool. They made me like I was Polly Perfect, which was ridiculous so that when I bump into kids on the street they’d say ‘I wish my Mom were like you.’

37. As we moved along in a little procession, I was delighted with the illumination of the streets. So many lamps, and they burned until morning, my father said, and so people did not need to carry lanterns.

38. My attitude about Hollywood is that I wouldn’t walk across the street to pull one of those executives out of the snow if he was bleeding to death. Not unless I was paid for it. None of them ever did me any favors.

39. I used to go to Bourbon Street when I was a kid and there would be club after club after club of people who were around when the music started. I mean these are legendary, maybe not so well known, but legendary musicians.

40. I had this temp receptionist job in New York, and I kind of hated it, and in the morning I would come out of the subway and just walk along the New York streets with all these people around me and kind of sing to myself. Like, ‘She’s gonna make it!’

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