Use How in a Sentence – How to use “How” in a sentence

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Examples of How in a sentence

  1. How do you feel about the US air bombing of Afghanistan?
  2. Then I tried to evaluate how much advantage I accumulated from each possible use.
  3. Look at how our forms are undefined, do you see how tenuous our control over this world grows?
  4. How did he perform in the two Olympic Games combined?
  5. Do you suffer how smart?
  6. All of them will make a calculation rule or an abacus as a way to present how numbers sets work.
  7. Children are learning how to make their sums on an abacus.
  8. How long will you keep your boss’s rudeness?
  9. It’s how you accept the imperfections that make it perfect.
  10. I think you must accept the pain, no matter how much it hurts.
  11. Take your time before deciding how to combine the tables.
  12. How boring is that idiot earl!
  13. The subordinates recognized that some conflicts would inevitably arise, no matter how well the manager maintained the network of relationships.
  14. The village accountant asks: “Laochen, how do you become active in a draft?”
  15. Kersey lit a cigarette; before saying a word, I was discovering how the accountant reacted to the coarse tactics of the police.
  16. Your accountant will discuss with you how to complete these forms.
  17. How much damage was done?
  18. How much did Donald pay you?
  19. How much did you cut off?
  20. How much did you pay Donald?
  21. How much do you remember?
  22. How much does this weigh?
  23. How much for half a kilo?
  24. How much more do we need?
  25. How much should they get?
  26. How much time do we have?
  27. How much time has passed?
  28. How much trouble am I in?
  29. How often do you see her?
  30. How old are the children?
  31. How old is that painting?
  32. How old is your daughter?
  33. How will you go to Osaka?
  34. How‘s your little sister?
  35. I don’t know how to swim.
  36. I know how angry you are.
  37. I know how angry you are.
  38. I know how happy you are.
  39. I know how it must sound.
  40. I know how you feel, Donald.
  41. I know how you must feel.
  42. I know just how you feel.
  43. I taught him how to swim.
  44. I taught Donald how to swim.
  45. Teach me how you do that.
  46. That’s how it always was.
  47. This is how to cook rice.
  48. This is how we cook rice.
  49. Donald knows how to do that.
  50. Was that how it happened?
  51. Do you know how to use it?
  52. Does he know how you feel?
  53. Good morning. How are you?
  54. He knows how to show love.
  55. He knows how to tell lies.
  56. He studied how birds flew.
  57. He taught me how to write.
  58. How about a cup of coffee?
  59. How are the repairs going?
  60. How are we going to do it?
  61. How are you being treated?
  62. How are you going to help?
  63. How are your grandparents?
  64. How badly do they want it?
  65. How can I get back at him?
  66. How did the traffic accident happen?
  67. How did you get to know that person?
  68. How did you know that he is married?
  69. How did you know Donald would be there?
  70. How do I get my dog to eat dog food?
  71. How does Donald manage to stay so slim?
  72. How long have you two been together?
  73. How long’s Donald been at your company?
  74. How many cars have you owned so far?
  75. How many cruises are there each day?
  76. How much should I be feeding my dog?
  77. I came here to see how you’re doing.
  78. I can see how you made that mistake.
  79. I didn’t know how to express myself.
  80. I didn’t know how to swim very well.
  81. I didn’t notice how she was dressed.
  82. I don’t know how else to explain it.
  83. I don’t know how much time I’ve got.
  84. I don’t know how old that bridge is.
  85. I don’t know how or why it happened.
  86. I don’t really know how it happened.
  87. I don’t see how you can ignore this.
  88. I don’t think this is how it’s done.
  89. I hadn’t realized how crazy Donald was.
  90. I know how frustrating this must be.
  91. I still don’t know how to thank you.
  92. I taught my girlfriend how to drive.
  93. I want to know exactly how Donald died.
  94. I want to learn how to speak French.
  95. I wanted to tell you how sorry I am.
  96. I wonder how long that’s been there.
  97. I’m actually not sure how it’s done.
  98. I’m glad you showed me how to do it.
  99. I’ve forgotten how to tie a bow tie.
  100. I’ve forgotten how to tie a bowline.
  101. I’ve got to find out how to do this.
  102. Just how far back do you want to go?
  103. No one knew how much Donald loved Susan.
  104. She doesn’t know how to drive a car.
  105. Donald can’t believe how dense Susan is.
  106. Donald doesn’t know how to milk a goat.
  107. Donald doesn’t know how to ride a bike.
  108. Donald doesn’t know how to take a hint.
  109. Donald doesn’t realize how lucky he is.
  110. Donald showed me how to make spaghetti.
  111. Donald taught me how to play that song.
  112. Donald told Susan how much he loved her.
  113. Donald wondered how deep the river was.
  114. You can’t imagine how happy she was.
  115. You do know how to drive, don’t you?
  116. How would you like to come and spend a week with us next year?
  117. I don’t feel like working. How about going to a movie instead?
  118. I doubt that Donald will ever learn how to speak French properly.
  119. The only thing that matters to Donald is how much money he makes.
  120. Donald asked Susan if she knew how to play that song on the flute.
  121. Donald can’t say for sure how many times Susan has been to Boston.
  122. Donald thinks it important for Susan to learn how to speak French.
  123. Donald won’t be here long enough to really learn how things work.
  124. When I look back on my life, I realize how much time I wasted.
  125. Could you please tell me again how many times you’ve been here?
  126. How did you learn about what happened here yesterday afternoon?
  127. How do you think I can convince her to spend more time with me?
  128. I wonder how Donald managed to park his car in such a small space.
  129. I’ve always been a little curious about how Donald became so rich.
  130. I’ve got a feeling Donald doesn’t really know how to speak French.
  131. If Susan knew how to swim, she would go to the beach more often.
  132. Donald gave Susan some advice on how to pass multiple-choice tests.
  133. Donald was a little surprised by how well Susan could speak French.
  134. Donald wondered how difficult it would be to find a job in Boston.
  135. Why don’t you go back to the hospital and see how Donald is doing?
  136. I don’t think I can get you to understand how difficult that is.
  137. I made up my mind to do the work no matter how hard it might be.
  138. I’d like to find out how Donald is getting along with his new boss.
  139. No matter how hard I try, I can’t do it any better than she can.
  140. Donald is the only one in our family who knows how to speak French.
  141. Could you please tell me how tall you are and how much you weigh?
  142. He was curious about how it would taste, so he took a small bite.
  143. I never got the chance to tell you how much I enjoyed your party.
  144. I think we should ask Donald how much sugar we need to make cookies.
  145. Donald didn’t know for certain how much the new computer would cost.
  146. Donald remembered how beautiful Susan had been when he first met her.
  147. What really surprised me most was how many hours a day Donald slept.
  148. As soon as I can figure out how to send money, I’ll send you some.
  149. Has Donald told Susan that he doesn’t really know how to speak French?
  150. I can’t tell you how much I’ve been looking forward to your visit.
  151. It seems like I’m the only one here who knows how to speak French.
  152. Donald and Susan are always arguing about how to raise their children.
  153. Donald began to worry about how he would pay for his son’s education.
  154. Donald was the only one who knew how to start a fire without matches.
  155. Donald was wondering how he was supposed to get around without a car.
  156. Donald wondered how many times Susan had been in trouble with the law.
  157. You’d be amazed how long it takes Donald to get ready in the morning.
  158. I don’t care how much you want it. I’m not going to give it to you.
  159. I haven’t had the chance to tell you how much I enjoyed your party.
  160. I hear you’re selling your motorcycle. How much do you want for it?
  161. If I’d only known how Donald felt, I wouldn’t have gone out with Susan.
  162. No matter how busy I become, I’ll always have time for my children.
  163. No matter how cold it is outside, the rooms are comfortably heated.
  164. People can’t stop talking about how nice a couple Donald and Susan are.
  165. Donald asked Susan how much she’d paid for the sofa in her living room.
  166. How would you evade our old electrical system when we installed our new oven?
  167. How do you build the image in a regression session?
  168. I also demonstrated how to develop and implement the heart of a simple linear regression algorithm using PHP as the implementation language.
  169. But how often is the mutation of the mule interrupted by spontaneous abortion?
  170. We would like to know how you feel about abortion.
  171. How do you interpret this sentence?
  172. Botanists do not completely agree on how many species exist.
  173. This brings a birthday message especially to say how much I love you and you are as young and charming on my calendar as before, and the extra year seems to have improved your appearance and grace.
  174. He was surprised to realize how far his reservations had disappeared about seeing him.

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