Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Of"

Of course.
Let go of my arm!
Walk ahead of me.
Beware of the dog!
I'm kind of happy.
I'm short of money.
We ran out of food.
I ran out of breath.
I'm proud of my son.
It's free of charge.
I am afraid of bears.
It's a piece of cake.
You keep out of this.
All of us were silent.
Beware of pickpockets.
He got a lot of money.
He has a lot of money.
He is a man of action.
He is afraid of death.
He let go of the rope.
I am tired of my work.
I got out of the taxi.
I've run out of money.
None of your business.
They made fun of Mary.
All of them went there.
He is afraid of snakes.
He is fond of swimming.
He went in place of me.
He's afraid of the sea.
How about a cup of tea?
I'm sick of hearing it.
It's ahead of schedule.
She has a lot of money.
She is in need of help.
We have plenty of time.
You had plenty of time.
Give me a cup of coffee.
He died of that disease.
He is afraid of the dog.
He runs a lot of hotels.
I don't see much of him.
I want a piece of candy.
I want to get rid of it.
I'm proud of my brother.
Is he a friend of yours?
Is that a picture of me?
It's no concern of mine.
Please let go of my arm.
Take care of yourselves!
There is a lot of money.
Tom is a friend of mine.
We made it out of there.
You have a lot of nerve!
All of them are not poor.
Don't make fun of people.
Give me a bottle of wine.
He is afraid of swimming.
He knows a lot of people.
I don't like any of them.
I have a lot of homework.
I met a friend of Mary's.
It's none of my business!
She went out of the room.
She wrote a lot of poems.
That toy is made of wood.
The desk is made of wood.
The sky is full of stars.
Do you have a lot of pens?
Do you have a lot of time?
He bought a pair of shoes.
He has a house of his own.
He's fresh out of college.
I accused him of cheating.
I can't think of his name.
I'm afraid of earthquakes.
It's the third of October.
One of us will have to go.
We have lost sight of him.
We suspected him of lying.
All of the dogs were alive.
Are you afraid of the dark?
Basketball is a lot of fun.
Get this stuff out of here.
Have a little of this cake.
He ate a box of chocolates.
He drank a shot of whiskey.
He is a teacher of English.
He is afraid of his father.
He is still full of energy.
I have a lot of work to do.
I'm afraid of wild animals.
Let's do this first of all.
She has no sense of beauty.
She isn't afraid of snakes.
Take good care of yourself.
Was there a lot of traffic?
What about a glass of beer?
What do you think of Japan?
You remind me of my mother.
Are you a creature of habit?
Are you sure of your answer?
Both of my parents are dead.
He is an old friend of mine.
I don't know either of them.
I don't want either of them.
I wish you the best of luck.
I'm very proud of my father.
She brought me a cup of tea.
She gave him a lot of money.
She has a lot of work to do.
She owes him a lot of money.
Tom got a little bit of pie.
We have a lot of work to do.
What sort of work do you do?
All of her songs became hits.
Are you proud of your father?
Both of them are in the room.
Do they take care of the dog?
He has a lot of things to do.
He was innocent of the crime.
I am doubtful of his success.
I bought two bags of popcorn.
I bought two bottles of milk.
I have a good sense of smell.
I have a lot of things to do.
I have to do a lot of things.
I want to drink a cup of tea.
I went there dozens of times.
I'm a bit short of money now.
I'm sick of this hot weather.
The cost of living has risen.
There's a possibility of war.
This type of cat has no tail.
Tom got a small piece of pie.
Tom sat two rows ahead of me.
We all suspect him of murder.
We are in favor of your plan.
What line of work are you in?
Would you like a cup of milk?
All of my friends like soccer.
He accused me of being a liar.
He is afraid of becoming sick.
He is the captain of the team.
He painted a picture of a dog.
He thought of a good solution.
His wife is one of my friends.
I am thinking of going abroad.
I arrived ahead of the others.
I have a fever of 102 degrees.
I know every inch of the town.
I sat in the front of the bus.
I was out of town on vacation.
I wish I had a room of my own.
I'm dying for a cup of coffee.
I'm tired of eating fast food.
I've had a lot of calls today.
I've never heard of that city.
Life is full of ups and downs.
She accused him of being late.
She gave him a piece of paper.
She is not afraid of anything.
She pulled him out of the mud.
She reminds him of his mother.
She took care of the children.
The price of eggs is going up.
The troops had plenty of arms.
We have a lot of rain in June.
We received word of his death.
What is the price of this cap?
What kind of meal did you eat?
What kind of sports do you do?
What kind of wine do you have?
What kind of work will you do?
Which of them is your brother?
Do you think I'm made of money?
Have both of you already eaten?
He accused the man of stealing.
He acted the part of King Lear.
He drank three bottles of beer.
He has no chance of recovering.
He is afraid of his own shadow.
He is something of a celebrity.
He is subject to fits of anger.
He seems to make nothing of it.
He was not aware of the danger.
I bought two pairs of trousers.
I can't get her out of my mind.
I can't live that kind of life.
I caught a glimpse of her face.
I had to take care of her baby.
I have a lot of homework to do.
I let the cat out of the house.
I've got a bad case of jet lag.
It's nice of you to see me off.
My briefcase is full of papers.
Playing tennis is a lot of fun.
Please give me a cup of coffee.
She accused me of being a liar.
She brought a cup of tea to me.


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