Sentences with Pick, Past and Past Participle Form Of Pick V1 V2 V3
Meaning: 1. Take hold of and remove (a flower, fruit, or vegetable) from where it is growing.(verb)
2. Choose (someone or something) from a number of alternatives, typically after careful thought.(verb)
3. Make (a hole) in fabric by pulling at it with one’s fingers.(verb)
Sentences with Pick
1.Why did you pick me?
2.Come on, let’s pick up the pace.
3.I’m here to pick Anderson up.
4.She bent down to pick up her glove.
5.She picked flowers.
6.Why did you pick me?
7.You picked a nice one.
8.Let’s pick up the pace.
9.What time shall I pick you up?
10.Frank’s wife picked him up.
11.I’m picking up Alex for lunch.
12.Tell Frank to pick up the phone.
13.Jessica picked him up at the station.
14.I had my pocket picked on the train.
15.I really appreciate you picking me up.