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Questions with the noun Air

16 examples:

What's on the air now?

Have you ever traveled by air?

What's on the air this evening?

Do you travel by sea or by air?

Would you like to get some air?

Is that radio program still on the air?

How much will it cost you to go by air?

Do you ever listen to English programs on the air?

Do we really want all these cars polluting the air?

What it will come to an end first, the air or the oil?

What is China doing to clean its air?
(BBC News - Science & Environment, )

So how can the MacBook Air get better?
(The Wall Street Journal - Technology, )

Can you feel the change of seasons in the air?
(CNN - Travel, )

Can Lavazza beat Starbucks in the US by creating an air of being a premium brand?
(CNBC, )

We may have the answer to 'what is your biggest weakness' up our sleeves for an emergency, but what would you say if you were asked how many planes there are in the air?
(Daily Mail - Money, )

It's the sort of thing that Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer might yada yada yada about if "Seinfeld" was still on the air: paying for a subscription to a streaming service, only to still be peppered with commercials?
(Los Angeles Times - Entertainment News, )

Sentences with the noun Air

100 examples:

The air is damp.

I need some air.

The air is hazy.

You need some air.

You are on the air!

Tom gasped for air.

The air is stifling.

Spring is in the air.

Fish surface for air.

I just need some air.

The air is rarefying.

Change was in the air.

I just needed some air.

I need to get some air.

I want to get some air.

Fill the tires with air.

Send this letter by air.

They are on the air now.

We would die without air.

This tire needs some air.

You need a change of air.

I feel spring in the air.

She died for lack of air.

He lifted her in the air.

I wanted to get some air.

The program is on the air.

I prefer to travel by air.

Put your hands in the air.

Even the air's spicy here.

I'm going to get some air.

We cannot live without air.

He left for America by air.

She bore the air of a lady.

There are rumors in the air.

I put on an air of interest.

John went to America by air.

Birds are flying in the air.

They left for Europe by air.

Queer rumors are in the air.

Man cannot live without air.

His plan is still in the air.

Their screams filled the air.

Put your hands up in the air!

Put your hands up in the air.

I told Tom I needed some air.

Tom put his hands in the air.

The air is a medium for sound.

I don't like traveling by air.

Men can not exist without air.

He put on an air of innocence.

She assumes an air of modesty.

There was not a breath of air.

People can't live without air.

Lift up your hands in the air.

The smoke is rising in the air.

The hotel has an air of luxury.

American songs were on the air.

She put on an air of innocence.

Rumor of a riot was in the air.

The balloon is filled with air.

There was something in the air.

The air is soft, the soil moist.

The smoke ascended into the air.

The football game is on the air.

Political unrest was in the air.

The air is fresh in the morning.

She has the air of being a lady.

Leaves were whirling in the air.

In the morning, the air is cool.

Houseplants help purify the air.

There is a foul odor in the air.

The air was charged with tension.

My father likes traveling by air.

A change of air will do you good.

He doesn't like traveling by air.

The country air will do you good.

To live without air is impossible.

A balloon was floating in the air.

The decision was still in the air.

The town has an air of prosperity.

As yet, the project is in the air.

I went for a walk to get some air.

The plans are still up in the air.

The air is rare on high mountains.

We are traveling to France by air.

A general election was in the air.

He likes travelling abroad by air.

The air is wonderful in the woods.

Tom doesn't like traveling by air.

He arrived by sea but left by air.

The air was darkened by the smoke.

The doctor advised a change of air.

The smell of roses hung in the air.

The picture was taken from the air.

There is a little chill in the air.

He has an air of mystery about him.

She assumed an air of indifference.

The baby waved its legs in the air.

The air was full of flying bullets.

You're building castles in the air.

Question with the verb Air

1 example:

Rumors online are suggesting the end of the Macbook Air in 2016. With the iPad Pro, what purpose would the Air serve between the Macbook, Macbook Pro, and the iPad Pro?
(Tech Times - Personal Tech, )

Sentences with the verb Air

6 examples:

We are not sent into the world to air our moral prejudices.
(Oscar Wilde in The Picture of Dorian Gray)

If JoJo's allowed to air her emotions on national television, well, why shouldn't Kathie Lee be able to do the same?
(NBC Today, )

Not a cent has been spent to air it on television.
(Forbes - Entrepreneurs, )

It will air on the Discovery Channel on Wednesday.
(The Denver Post - Entertainment, )

Some news organizations chose not to air the tapes.
(USA Today - Money, )

It will air on Mondays on HBO Now, HBO Go, HBO on Demand.
(NBC News Entertainment, )

Questions

74 examples:

Is there an air gauge here?

Do you have an air conditioner?

Are you going by air or by train?

What's the air temperature today?

Don't you have an air conditioner?

Does the room have air conditioning?

Is there an air pressure gauge here?

Would you put on the air conditioning?

Wouldn't you like to get some fresh air?

How can I turn down the air conditioner?

Would you please turn on the air conditioner?

It's very warm. Shall I turn on the air conditioner?

Which air conditioner do you think is the most efficient?

Don't you think the air conditioner is turned up too high in here?

How are air traffic controllers able to keep track of so many planes at once?

Who will tell whether one happy moment of love, or the joy of breathing or walking on a bright morning and smelling the fresh air, is not worth all the suffering and effort which life implies?

We've got to pause and ask ourselves: How much clean air do we need?
(Lee Iacocca)

Will air strikes work in Iraq?
(The Vancouver Sun - World, )

How safe is air quality on planes?
(BBC News - U.K. News, )

How safe is the air that we breathe?
(BBC News - Health, )

Would leaving the EU raise air fares?
(BBC News - Politics, )

Does the sea air have curative powers?
(The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle, )

Is Eastern Air Lines making a comeback?
(Mary Forgione in Los Angeles Times - Travel & Deal Blog, )

What makes Apple's new iPad Air 2 tick?
(ZDNet US, )

Is it something in the recirculated air?
(Jay Jones in Los Angeles Times - Travel & Deal Blog, )

Are you now more cautious about air travel?
(CNBC, )

But how different is it from the iPad Air 2?
(Forbes - Technology, )

Can it vanquish the MacBook Air's popularity?
(Tech Times - Personal Tech, )

And where does the F12 rank in that rarified air?
(Forbes - Business, )

Can it take on the likes of the Apple iPad Air 2?
(Tech Times - Personal Tech, )

But should you upgrade from your 2015 MacBook Air?
(Tech Times - Personal Tech, )

Is the air conditioning turning you into a popsicle?
(Fox News - Travel, )

Is it mobile check-in, Wi-Fi in the air or low costs?
(CNN - World Business, )

Why are MPs voting on launching air strikes in Syria?
(BBC News - Politics, )

Eggnog and air travel leaving you with two black eyes?
(The Hollywood Reporter - Style & Culture, )

Egg nog and air travel leaving you with two black eyes?
(The Hollywood Reporter - Style & Culture, )

Will millennial travelers shape the future of air travel?
(Mary Forgione in Los Angeles Times - Travel & Deal Blog, )

When will we know if the UK is joining in IS air strikes?
(BBC News - Politics, )

What would that mean for the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro?
(Tech Times - Personal Tech, )

How serious is air pollution in UK compared with elsewhere?
(BBC News - U.K. News, )

Ready to give expensive air conditioning bills the cold shoulder?
(Fox News - SciTech, )

Just what should we expect from the successor to last year's iPad Air?
(Tech Times - Personal Tech, )

Is the next iPad mini nothing but a smaller version of the iPad Air 2?
(Tech Times - Personal Tech, )

Will the upcoming MacBook Pro and MacBook Air be able to boost sales again?
(Tech Times - Personal Tech, )

A CEO flying in the air around the Statue of Liberty, and it's not Iron Man?
(CNET News, )

It's beyond question that they died in an air crash, but precisely how and when?
(Sydney Morning Herald - World, )

Did you know you can smoke meat in a slow cooker or make chemical-free air freshener?
(NBC Today, )

You may know how to clean plenty of things around the house, but do you know how to clean air?
(Fox News - Lifestyle, )

Is CO2 fertilization or rising carbon levels in the air greatly contributing to Earth greening?
(Tech Times - Science, )

What’s the true value of the money you spend on items as diverse as stocks and air conditioners?
(USA Today - Money, )

Does breathing compressed air through a mouthpiece while scuba diving have an impact on the teeth?
(British Dental Journal, )

What about Apple's MacBook Air playing BioShock Infinite while powering a 4K UltraHD external display?
(Forbes - Technology, )

Could Sony's latest Android tablet be a great alternative to Apple's iPad Air 2 and Microsoft Surface Pro 3?
(Tech Times - Personal Tech, )

Can there be such a thing as a banker in 30-degree heat, running 25 laps through Beijing’s smog-filled air?
(The Independent - Athletics, )

Google’s new Nexus 9 is a solid piece of hardware, but can it match up against Apple’s upcoming iPad Air 2?
(Tech Times - Personal Tech, )

But just how large are the health benefits of cleaner air in comparison to the costs of reducing carbon emissions?
(Science Daily - News, )

Don’t have a ticket for tonight’s gold medal game in Toronto between Canada and Russia at the Air Canada Centre?
(The Vancouver Sun - Sports, )

A perennial question from long-suffering economy-class air passengers: what's the best way to get a business-class seat?
(The Independent - Travel, )

With the number of air passengers set to rise by around 25million in the next 40 years, is a Welsh super airport the answer?
(Daily Mail - Travel, )

What can be done to make air passengers leave their bags behind during an emergency evacuation like that in Dubai last week?
(BBC News - World News, )

As U.S. stocks skid lower, the big question hanging in the air for many investors seemed to be: Should I sell and go to cash?
(Forbes - Personal Finance, )

Holidaymakers are getting used to paying for hidden extras when they fly but what about being charged for the air they breathe?
(Daily Mail - Travel, )

Want a tablet but don't want to buy a svelte iPad Air or the petite iPad mini because you want to stay away from the Apple walled garden?
(ZDNet US, )

Now that NATO has recognized that cyberspace is as much a battleground as land, sea, and air, what does that mean for enterprise IT defense?
(ZDNet Government, )

More than two million people have viewed a letter written by a disgruntled Air France passenger from India - why has his story hit such a nerve?
(BBC News - World News, )

The traffic figures suggest Delhi's radical scheme to cut pollution is working to curb congestion, but is it making the city's air any less toxic?
(BBC News - World News, )

A television commercial on the air these days asks people on the street (played by actors) a fairly direct retirement question: Will you outlive your money?
(Forbes - Personal Finance, )

Apple has just unveiled the new 9.7-inch iPad Pro, which is the same size as the iPad Air 2. How do the two tablets stack up to each other in terms of features and specifications?
(Tech Times - Personal Tech, )

But as air travel becomes more central to the needs of individuals and businesses to stay competitive in the 21st century, is the West's attitude towards airports due for a change?
(Forbes - Business, )

Often I’d invite successful entrepreneurs and NY Times bestselling authors on the air to discuss the “secrets” to their success–and do you know what the most common answer was?
(Forbes - Entrepreneurs, )

Who can forget the image of American sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos atop the medals stand at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics, heads bowed with black-gloved fists in the air, protesting for civil rights?
(Forbes - Business, )

Apple has officially refreshed its tablet lineup with new iterations, so here's a brief look at what's on offer to see which would be the best choice depending on needs and budgets - the iPad Pro, the iPad Air 2 or the iPad Mini 4?
(Tech Times - Personal Tech, )

BP was fined $4 billion for the 2010 Macondo Well blowout in the Gulf of Mexico, pleading guilty to eleven felony counts of manslaughter, one count of felony obstruction and various misdemeanor charges under the Clean Air and Clean Water Acts. This amount is trivial to BP. But will they get debarred, a much bigger punishment?
(Forbes - Technology, )

When European Championship steeplechaser Mahiedine Mekhissi-Benabbad, streets ahead of the rest of the field, entered the home straight then whipped off his shirt and whirled it in the air, before placing it in his mouth and hurdling the final obstacle to victory, the behaviour was disrespectful to his opponents – but worthy of stripping him of gold?
(The Independent - Athletics, )

Other sentences

100 examples:

I need air.

Air the futon.

Air is missing!

Air those shoes!

Air is invisible.

I like fresh air.

I need fresh air!

We need fresh air.

The tire leaks air.

The air became warm.

He hates air travel.

He likes air travel.

Please air the room.

Please air the futon.

Here is my air ticket.

Let in some fresh air.

I need some fresh air.

I needed a little air.

All people breathe air.

Please air the zabuton.

Fresh air is blowing in.

He put air in his tires.

I feel lighter than air.

The air in here is foul.

You need some fresh air.

The cold air revived Tom.

Tom enjoys the fresh air.

Without air we would die.

I just need a little air.

Tom put air in the tires.

Let's get some fresh air.

Tom put air in his tires.

Air is a mixture of gases.

Air is polluted in cities.

He married an air hostess.

Air is lighter than water.

Tom wanted some fresh air.

The air felt a little cold.

Let's sing a patriotic air.

Tell me who discovered air.

He answered with a sad air.

Madrid's air is bad for me.

The town has a European air.

There is no air on the moon.

Let's breathe the fresh air.

Water is as precious as air.

I am breathing polluted air.

Turn on the air conditioner.

Air is indispensable to life.

It is like the air we breath.

The air in this room is foul.

Please let in some fresh air.

She breathed in the cold air.

Water and air are both fluids.

I think I need some fresh air.

This room has air conditioning.

An airship is lighter than air.

Even the air smelled different.

Without air, nothing could live.

But for air, nothing could live.

I must put some air in the tire.

There is nothing like fresh air.

The air has become really heavy.

I want to go by air if possible.

The air in this room isn't good.

There is nothing like air travel.

The air conditioner doesn't work.

I want to breathe some fresh air.

You can't see air with your eyes.

This car has no air conditioning.

Air pollution is a major problem.

Air is a mixture of several gases.

Air is a mixture of various gases.

We take air and water for granted.

He said that with an affected air.

Volcanic ash disrupted air travel.

Tom turned on the air conditioner.

We all need air and water to live.

Air is to us what water is to fish.

Music surrounds our lives like air.

It is concerned with air pollution.

Please turn up the air conditioner.

As we went up, the air grew colder.

I feel like getting some fresh air.

Water is as precious as air to man.

We cannot do without air and water.

She has an important air about her.

The air in this room's very stuffy.

Tom turned off the air conditioner.

She has a mysterious air about her.

He built castles in the air all day.

Air is to man what water is to fish.

Water is to fish what air is to man.

Humid weather, smelly air.
(Corsican proverb)

Do not sigh! Do not waste air!
(Valeriu Butulescu in Immensity of the Point)

F air words never fed a friar.
(Irish proverb)

Fresh air impoverishes the doctor.
(Danish proverb)

Ill air slays sooner than the sword.
(Romanian proverb)

A father's love, for all other is air.
(Spanish proverb)

Kisses, even to the air, are beautiful.
(Drew Barrymore)

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