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100 examples:

Is it new?

Are you new?

Is that new?

Is this new?

Anything new?

Are they new?

Which is new?

Any new jokes?

You're new, huh?

Is this car new?

Are you new here?

Is your radio new?

Anything new today?

How's your new job?

Is that a new lamp?

Is that the new guy?

Is that a new skill?

Are those new shoes?

How is your new flat?

Did you buy a new car?

Is that something new?

Is there anything new?

The new album's ready?

Can we afford a new car?

Which one's the new one?

Have you seen my new car?

How's your new job going?

Who are my new neighbors?

How's your new apartment?

Do you have this new book?

Is my new hair style funny?

Did you request a new desk?

Why should I buy a new car?

Have you seen the new film?

Is there anything new today?

You're new here, aren't you?

Who will the new teacher be?

Did you see our new website?

Have you seen the new movie?

Do you have a new boyfriend?

Did you notice her new dress?

Why do you need a new ladder?

Did you see the new function?

Where is your new tablecloth?

Did you make any new friends?

Have you read Tom's new book?

Does anyone want a new house?

Do you have a new girlfriend?

Does she have a new computer?

Is your new car behaving well?

How do you find his new novel?

Why do you need a new umbrella?

How much was your new computer?

Did you see the new commercial?

You're the new guy, aren't you?

How's Tom doing at his new job?

Did I tell you I got a new job?

Did you listen to his new song?

Did you listen to her new song?

Does anyone oppose the new plan?

Does your new computer run well?

Are you in favor of the new law?

Are you happy with your new car?

When did you open your new shop?

Where is that new pack of cards?

Are you happy with your new job?

When did you open your new store?

Didn't I show you my new Mustang?

When will his new novel come out?

Why do you need a new television?

Where is the New Zealand embassy?

Who installed the new hard drive?

Why don't you just buy a new one?

Did you learn anything new today?

Do you already know the new song?

Are you pleased with your new job?

How many new sites were uncovered?

Have you named your new born baby?

Is your new computer working well?

When will your new novel come out?

Have you seen their new apartment?

Has he proposed some new solution?

Is it true that you got a new car?

Do the new neighbors have any kids?

Why doesn't Tom just buy a new one?

Are you pleased with your new house?

When will the new magazine come out?

So who did he tell the new story to?

Do you add new sentences to Tatoeba?

Are you learning new things at work?

You're the new secretary, aren't you?

Could you enlarge on your new theory?

Did you discover something new today?

When will his new novel be published?

Want a new job?
(Daily Mail - Money, )

Buy a new ticket?
(George Hobica in Los Angeles Times - Travel & Deal Blog, )

Is 50 the new 30?
(Science Daily - News, )

Can I open a new one?
(Daily Mail - Money, )

Is Mars the new Earth?
(Tech Times - Science, )

Are bots the new apps?
(ZDNet US, )

Other sentences

100 examples:

It's new.

It is new.

Tom is new.

New in Mode

That's new.

This is new.

Nothing new.

They're new.

It isn't new.

I'm new here.

My pen is new.

I am new here.

These are new.

This isn't new.

It's a new book.

This book's new.

It's almost new!

So it isn't new.

So he isn't new.

The book is new.

You're new here.

It's pretty new.

Tom is new here.

I'm new at this.

It is new to me.

This book is new.

Try a new hat on.

He got a new job.

I sell a new car.

Hi! I'm new here.

I need a new car.

I want a new car.

That's quite new.

I need a new one.

I need new shoes.

So she isn't new.

This book was new.

I want a new oven.

It was a new book.

He had a new idea.

Try something new.

I love my new job.

We're new at this.

Tom has a new job.

Tom got a new job.

Follow a new hope!

Tom has a new car.

I got a new camera.

I bought a new bag.

I bought a new car.

I'll buy a new one.

He wants a new car.

He's my new friend.

I add new examples.

I want a new dress.

They're pretty new.

That's nothing new.

Tom is my new boss.

You need a new one.

You need a new car.

We need a new plan.

I want a new knife.

You need a new hat.

We'll get new ones.

The new car is hers.

The computer is new.

These books are new.

I built a new house.

He bought a new car.

She wants a new hat.

It's all new for me.

I am in a new house.

I must buy new skis.

My new dress is red.

He began a new life.

Tom needs a new car.

There is no new sun.

He needs a new knee.

I'm the new teacher.

My new baby arrived!

This is my new news.

They need new shoes.

I bought a new suit.

Tom is the new boss.

He's the new intern.

Tom found a new job.

My new shoes squeak.

The book is not new.

The red house is new.

You are new students.

I am new to the work.

The red skirt is new.

I have a new red car.

We want a new carpet.

I need a new bicycle.

He built a new house.

I sell new umbrellas.

And that is new.
(The Vancouver Sun - Sports, )

A new app can help.
(The Vancouver Sun - Health, )

A new video explains.
(CNET News, )

Other examples

See also examples for news, newer, newest, New Up, New Age, new man, like new, New Agey, New Ball, new deal, new jazz, new line, new look, New Math, new moon, new town, new wave, New Yawk, new year, new york, new-made, New-Wave, Brand New, brand-new, new broom, new delhi, new greek, new haven, New Ionic, new latin, New media, New Money, new river, new world, new-model, new forest, new guinea, new jersey, New Labour, new london, new mexico, New Potato, New school, new year's, new yorker, What's New, new britain, new edition, new england, new ireland, new mexican, new orleans, new-fangled.

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