Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Up"

Wash up.
Stand up!
I give up.
What's up?
Fill it up.
He stood up.
Hey, wait up!
Don't give up!
Hurry up, Tom.
The sun is up.
Tom set me up.
Don't stand up.
It's up to you.
Let's hurry up.
Prices went up.
Turn up the TV.
I called him up.
I called Tom up.
I'm tied up now.
It is up to you.
She got up late.
She tied him up.
She woke him up.
Sit up straight.
I get up at 6:30.
I get up at 7:00.
Stand up, please.
What woke you up?
Clean up the room.
I got up at seven.
Put your hands up!
We got up at dawn.
Fill it up, please.
Get me up at eight.
I have to dress up.
She didn't show up.
Shut up and listen!
Turn the volume up.
Go and wake Mary up.
I got up about five.
I'm fed up with her.
It's time to get up.
Please don't get up.
Prices are going up.
She gave up smoking.
Who put you up to it?
I got up at about six.
I stayed up all night.
I'm tied up right now.
Call up Tom right away.
Please add up the bill.
Don't give up the fight.
He added up the figures.
Hurry up! We'll be late.
I don't want to give up.
I'll leave it up to you.
My mother gets up early.
She struggled to get up.
Tom has to get up early.
We gave him up for dead.
I have a stuffed-up nose.
I usually wake up at six.
Let's leave it up to him.
She looked up at the sky.
Everybody looks up to him.
I caught up with him soon.
I usually get up at eight.
She usually gets up early.
She was brought up by him.
We woke up after midnight.
We're up against the wall.
Why didn't you call me up?
Giving up isn't the answer.
He turned up an hour later.
What are you lining up for?
When do you usually get up?
You should give up smoking.
Don't leave it up to chance.
He made up his mind quickly.
I stayed up late last night.
I'm used to staying up late.
Tom finally gave up smoking.
He stayed up late last night.
He'll soon catch up with Tom.
I'm used to getting up early.
You'd better give up smoking.
Did you call him up yesterday?
I made up my mind to go there.
I will pick you up around six.
Let me know what you're up to.
The price of eggs is going up.
The sky is likely to clear up.
We must make up for lost time.
Where have you been up to now?
Where will the bus pick us up?
Why don't you give up smoking?
He made up his mind right away.
I can't put up with that noise.
I don't mind getting up at six.
I get up at six in the morning.
I grew up eating Japanese food.
I'm saving up to buy a new car.
Mary stayed up late last night.
She's used to getting up early.
The cost of living has gone up.
Where can I pick up my baggage?
He made up his mind to go there.
He's saving up to go to college.
He made up a story about the dog.
He made up his mind to marry her.
I advised him to give up smoking.
I get up at six almost every day.
It's up to you decide what to do.
She picked him up at the station.
Tom gets up at six every morning.
We got up at four in the morning.
Can you pick me up at the station?
He made up his mind to be a pilot.
I had to run to catch up with Tom.
I made up my mind to study harder.
I will pick him up at the station.
She grew up to be a famous doctor.
She has put her house up for sale.
The taxi picked up two passengers.
What time do you get up every day?
You don't have to get up so early.
He stood up and took a deep breath.
I am accustomed to staying up late.
I can't put up with her any longer.
I can't put up with him any longer.
I saw my sister tear up the letter.
Nothing can force me to give it up.
She advised him to give up smoking.
She got up at seven in the morning.
She wakes him up every day at 6:30.
I finally came up with a great idea.
I got up at six-thirty this morning.
I shouldn't have gotten up so early.
I thought you had to get up by 7:30.
Ken makes it a rule to get up early.
She advised him to give up drinking.
I can't put up with this hot weather.
I shouldn't have stayed up all night.
I think it's time for me to speak up.
She ordered him to clean up his room.
She's accustomed to getting up early.
I never thought we'd end up like this.
She made up her mind to go to college.
He angrily tore up the letter from her.
I never imagined we'd end up like this.
When she entered the room, he stood up.
I can't put up with the heat any longer.
I can't tell you what we ended up doing.
I hear that Bob and Lucy have broken up.
Please wake me up at 6 tomorrow morning.
She tore the letter up after reading it.
What do you want to be when you grow up?
Are you wondering what we ended up doing?
I cheered myself up by listening to music.
I don't feel up to running to the station.
I think it's time to wind up this meeting.
I went up to the 5th floor in an elevator.
Please pick up your ticket at the counter.
She was advised by him to give up smoking.
He picked up a handkerchief from the floor.
I don't feel up to eating anything tonight.
I don't remember how we ended up in Boston.
I shouldn't have to put up with this noise.
I'm fed up with him always preaching to me.
My mother gets up earlier than anyone else.
She was advised by him to give up drinking.
She's made up her mind to quit the company.
We tried to cheer him up by taking him out.
I've given up on the idea of buying a house.
I got up early in order to attend the meeting.
If you want to speak to me, please call me up.
I have lots of work to clear up by the weekend.
I'm getting up at six o'clock tomorrow morning.
My sister has made up her mind to be a teacher.
I have a lot of work to clear up by the weekend.
I make it a rule to get up early in the morning.
Let's wrap up this work now and go out drinking.
You've got to give up gambling once and for all.
You have to work harder to make up for lost time.
I just got up. Give me a few minutes to get ready.
She made up her mind to graduate from high school.
I found it necessary to get up early every morning.
A lot of people look up to you. Don't let them down.
Bill got up early in order to catch the first train.
He made up his mind to write in his diary every day.
He made up his mind to jog in spite of his blindness.
She ran very fast to catch up with the other members.
She walked as fast as she could to catch up with him.
She walked up to him and asked him what his name was.
We'll have a good crop if this good weather keeps up.
Everybody in the park looked up at the hot air balloon.
You don't get up as early as your older sister, do you?
He woke up to find himself lying on a bench in the park.
She was about to call him up when he walked in the door.
I think it's time for me to give up on this relationship.


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