50 Examples of Irregular Verbs in Sentences

50 Examples of Irregular Verbs in Sentences50 Examples of Irregular Verbs in Sentences

  1. It makes me sick just thinking about it.
  2. Little acorns grow into mighty oaks.
  3. Don’t take problems on half-heartedly.
  4. You will wake up with fleas if you sleep with dogs.
  5. I owe you a drink for assisting me with my relocation.
  6. To grow, all reptiles must slough their skin.
  7. Dogs do not eat other dogs.
  8. Hold the material between your index and middle fingers.
  9. Praise should not be given on a day before sunset.
  10. You get monkeys if you pay peanuts.
  11. It’s completely normal to feel this way.
  12. The devil himself can be purchased with money.
  13. It’s impossible to have your cake and eat it.
  14. We are overjoyed to meet friends we haven’t seen in a long time.
  15. You can feel your heart pounding after a fast run.
  16. I’m not a drinker, and I’ve never played cards in my life.
  17. A man’s friendship should be maintained at all times.
  18. They assume that those who know the least are the majority.
  19. You can’t have your cake and eat it at the same time.
  20. Flattery won’t help you get anywhere.
  21. No evil should be seen, heard, or spoken.
  22. Men may cross paths, but mountains never do.
  23. Allow no grass to grow beneath your feet.
  24. It is preferable to do well than to say well.
  25. Some games are won, while others are lost.
  26. They stick together for the sake of safety.
  27. To do well, rather than to say well.
  28. Have one’s cake and eat it too.
  29. Dogs will eat filthy puddings if they are hungry.
  30. Heaven will not fall, no matter what.
  31. I’ll have to pay the bill tomorrow.
  32. Thank you so much for the drink.
  33. In hake, we lose, but in herring, we gain.
  34. Real anxiety lurked beneath his calm exterior.
  35. When you don’t get what you want, you get experience.
  36. We should go to the store and buy a few things.
  37. He intended to construct a shed.
  38. She started pressuring us to drink after dinner.
  39. True progress is knowing oneself.
  40. I’d like to purchase a ticket, but I’m not sure where I can get one.
  41. Do not do your dirty laundry in public.
  42. Fools never realize how wealthy they are until it is too late.
  43. It is preferable to do well than to say well.
  44. Eat to live, rather than living to eat.
  45. Get out of the kitchen if you can’t stand the heat.
  46. To know one, you must first be one.
  47. Dogs who are enraged will eat filthy puddings.
  48. Little fish are eaten by big fish.
  49. Reimburse someone with his own money.
  50. Do as the Romans do when you’re in Rome.