English Sentences Focusing on Words and Their Word Families
The Word "Sushi" in Example Sentences
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810883	I like sushi.	Zaphod	1
449059	Let's eat sushi.	CK	1
64378	Let's have sushi.	CK	1
63608	Quite a few Americans like sushi.	CK	1
954279	Some people eat sushi with their hands.	CK	1
1192585	I hate sushi.	nadsat
2358407	I'll have sushi.	Citrine
266202	Do you like sushi?	CK
266201	I don't like sushi.	CK
2337881	Sushi is delicious.	eastasiastudent
508748	She doesn't like sushi.	CK
266204	I'll treat you to sushi.	CK
621807	She does not like sushi.	xiuqin
2895049	Sushi is a Japanese food.	AlanF_US
253992	I would like to eat sushi.	CK
314902	She doesn't care for sushi.	CK
1001618	Why don't you have some sushi?	Brian255
266203	I don't feel like eating sushi.	CK
2952047	I eat sushi every chance I get.	CK
833290	I just ate sushi and drank beer.	Zifre
833292	He just ate sushi and drank beer.	Zifre
833297	We just ate sushi and drank beer.	Zifre
243298	Do you want to have sushi tonight?	CK
258485	I ordered sushi, and John tempura.	CK
833291	She just ate sushi and drank beer.	Zifre
3171193	Tom showed Mary how to make sushi.	CK
57753	The sushi at this shop tastes good.	CK
779490	What's your favorite kind of sushi?	CK
69386	You ate sushi yesterday, didn't you?	CK
2798238	Sushi is OK, but I'd prefer Thai food.	CK
241635	How about going to a sushi bar right now?	CK
1024277	Tom regularly eats sushi with his mother.	CK
69231	Which do you like better, sushi or tempura?	CK
859082	I've just eaten some sushi and drunk a beer.	LittleBoy
2798225	Sushi sounds good, but I'd rather eat Thai food.	CK
1961788	I thought you wouldn't like sushi, but I liked it quite a lot.	CK
1095824	Tom ate sushi at an expensive restaurant just around the corner.	CK
246821	It was disappointing that nobody ate the expensive sushi I had served.	CK