Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Over"

It's all over.
I ache all over.
What is over there?
When is school over?
It's all over for us.
He must be over fifty.
Let's get it over with.
She was aching all over.
He jumped over the hedge.
He looked over my report.
Ken jumped over the wall.
Come over here and join us.
Don't lose sleep over that.
I'm looking over his report.
Let's talk over a cold beer.
She explained it over again.
The summer vacation is over.
Do I have to do it over again?
The dog was run over by a car.
He traveled all over the world.
He went over to the other side.
I got over it. You should, too.
I was almost run over by a car.
Thanks for coming over tonight.
The news spread all over Japan.
We can see Mt. Fuji over there.
Can you see anything over there?
His horse jumped over the fence.
Our dog was run over by a truck.
She traveled all over the world.
We can see his house over there.
They talked over a cup of coffee.
We talked over the plan with him.
He must have gotten over his cold.
The old man was run over by a car.
He narrowly escaped being run over.
He pointed to the tower over there.
I have a fever and I ache all over.
The girl standing over there is Mary.
Anyhow, I'm relieved the test is over.
He's head over heels in love with Mary.
He has taken over his father's business.
I have aches and pains all over my body.
She was too short to see over the fence.
He thought it over and decided not to go.
The girl singing over there is my sister.
I narrowly escaped being run over by a car.
He got over the shock of his father's death.
She got over the shock of her father's death.
She came very near to being run over by a car.
The man you see over there is a famous writer.
The audience clapped when the concert was over.
I miss you. I need to see you. Could I come over?
They chatted over coffee for more than two hours.
I can't get over how different the weather is here.
Let's spread the map on the table and talk it over.
Please simmer the beans for a while over a low heat.
She spends over a third of her time doing paperwork.
Why don't you pull over and take a rest for a while?
The old man narrowly escaped being run over by a car.
Mary went over to the United States in her late teens.
As soon as I find it, I'll bring it over to your place.
If you would move over, there would be room for everyone.
It's not at all rare to live to be over ninety years old.
I'm the type who likes to think things over very carefully.
It took more than a month to get over my cold, but I'm OK now.
I don't care what your names are. Once this job's over, I'm out of here.
Don't forget to spend a little time looking over your notes before the exam.


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