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Examples of Along


38 examples:

How far along am I?

Are you going along?

How far along are you?

How are you getting along?

May I bring my family along?

How is your work coming along?

How are you two getting along?

How is your work getting along?

How's the writing coming along?

Are Tom and Mary getting along?

How's your project coming along?

How is your project coming along?

How are your parents getting along?

How are Tom and Mary getting along?

How is your term paper coming along?

How are you getting along these days?

How's the research paper coming along?

How have you been getting along lately?

Would you just move along a bit, please?

How are you getting along in your new job?

How are you getting along in these hot days?

How are you getting along in this hot weather?

Is it necessary to change trains along the way?

How many months along are you in your pregnancy?

It was evening and already dark but I saw a cat walking along a telephone wire. Can they do that, cats?

Just how far along it are we?
(BBC News - Business, )

How is that annual spring cleaning coming along?
(NBC Today, )

So how hot is it along Interstate 15 on the drive to Las Vegas?
(Jay Jones in Los Angeles Times - Travel & Deal Blog, )

Just how far along it are we, six years on from the financial crisis?
(BBC News - U.K. News, )

How would you like to drive down a busy street and hit every green light along the way?
(CBC News in CBC News - Business, )

Seen those adverts in the holiday brochure of smiling couples walking hand in hand along the beach?
(Daily Mail - Travel, )

Do those 40-odd sparkling peers’ wives sprinkled along the red benches actually own their tiaras?
(The Independent - U.K. News, )

Technically Incorrect: Why would humans ever want to walk when they can have a laptop-size platform to roll along sidewalks?
(CNET News - Politics and Law, )

Or is she any woman who reaches a position of power and, it’s assumed, must have stepped on more than a few toes along the way?
(Forbes - Education, )

As I’m writing this, we’re already three months into 2015. So I have to ask: how are your content marketing campaigns coming along?
(Forbes - Entrepreneurs, )

Ever written yourself a note, stuffed it in your pocket and headed out into the world only to discover that, somewhere along your journey, the piece of paper has disappeared?
(CNN - World News, )

When work consists of cruising on a yacht along the shoreline of a tropical paradise island, stopping to hit a few balls into the crystal waters and admire the view, why would Ernie Els need to retire?
(Daily Mail - Sport, )

What if instead of spending weeks or months on a feasibility study for a new transportation or construction project, a city or business could simply consult a site where publicly available data has already been analyzed along metrics such as population density, traffic patterns or available green spaces?
(Forbes - Technology, )

Other sentences

100 examples:

Move along now.

Now move along.

Bring Tom along.

Let's move along.

I'm coming along.

Please move along.

Move along, please.

Move along, please!

I am limping along.

Move it along, Tom.

We met along the way.

Sail along the coast.

He followed me along.

I'm not coming along.

Tom is limping along.

I took my camera along.

Tom brought Mary along.

I met her along the way.

Bring along your friend.

I walked along the river.

We walked along the road.

He urged his horse along.

He took his sister along.

We drove along the coast.

Bring your children along.

We walked along the beach.

We walked along the river.

We dance along the street.

I walked along the street.

He was along toward fifty.

He walked along the shore.

He walked along the river.

Tom started singing along.

We walked along the street.

He walked along the street.

We walk along the lakeside.

Tom walked along the river.

The car ran along the shore.

I walked along the footpath.

The teacher is coming along.

We went along a narrow road.

I saw a bellman coming along.

I would walk along the river.

We walked along side by side.

He whistled as he went along.

Tell Tom to bring Mary along.

Hurry along or you'll be late.

Go straight along this street.

We walked along a narrow path.

They strolled along the beach.

Bring along something to read.

Tom walked along the sidewalk.

Tom drove along a desert road.

We took a walk along the river.

I walked along the main street.

The old man was plodding along.

I love walking along the river.

I'd be happy to have you along.

A fence runs along the road.

A car bouncing along a bad road.

The street runs along the river.

We were going along in the rain.

We walked slowly along the road.

The ship sailed along the coast.

They walked along a narrow path.

John took a walk along the river.

I saw her walking along the kerb.

Please cut along the dotted line.

Tom walked along the shore alone.

This will help our business along.

I met her along the way to school.

The car clapped along very slowly.

There are stores along the street.

Tom and Mary aren't getting along.

The street is somewhere along here.

How nice of you to invite me along!

We took a walk along the riverbank.

Trees are planted along the street.

The book was split along its spine.

A truck was rushing along the road.

I'm glad you two are getting along.

Go straight ahead along this street.

Shoppers hurried along the sidewalk.

She was walking along a garden path.

He was dragged along by the current.

Tom lumbered along like an elephant.

Driving along the coast is wonderful.

Along in counsel, alone in sorrow.
(Danish proverb)

Blind chance sweeps the world along.
(American proverb)

If you feel like singing along, don't.
(James Taylor)

Along silence followed by mighty noise.
(Swahili proverb)

I've been grateful for what comes along.
(Dianne Wiest)

It's never crowded along the extra mile.
(Wayne Dyer)

The vineyard along the coast costs dearly.
(Sicilian proverb)

We let him in, he brought his donkey along.
(Egyptian proverb)

We're just moving along as quick as possible.
(Mark Russell)

When Christ was along, the devil tempted him.
(German proverb)

A novel is a mirror carried along a main road.

There are no traffic jams along the extra mile.
(Roger Staubach)

Time scoots along pretty fast when you grow up.
(Alan Ladd)

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