Learn how to use something in a English sentence. Over 100 hand-picked examples.
Let's try something.
It would be something I'd have to program.
Whenever I find something I like, it's too expensive.
My computer has got to be useful for something.
It's not something anyone can do.
Why are you sorry for something you haven't done?
I suppose that behind each thing we have to do, there's something we want to do...
Would you like something to drink?
When you're trying to prove something, it helps to know it's true.
If you don't understand something, it's because you aren't aware of its context.
Mathematicians are like French people: whatever you tell them they translate it into their own language and turn it into something totally different.
If you know that something unpleasant will happen, that you will go to the dentist for example, or to France, then that is not good.
Why did you wake me up to tell me something that big? Now, I'll never be able to concentrate on my work!
I brought you a little something.
I wonder if you have something to write with.
You seem to be thinking of something else.
I have something to tell you.
I'll get something to drink for both of you.
It's good to talk things over before you buy something.
Repetition helps you remember something.
I saw something strange in the sky.
Education means something more than going to school.
Let's get something quick to drink.
There's no telling what kind of trouble this proposal might stir up. The result is certainly going to be something to see.
I wish I could think of something to say.
Would you mind picking up something on the way back?
I'm sure you'll whip us up something really good.
You could tell by the ear-to-ear grin that came to his face that he really had something to smile about.
I want something sweet.
Even though I felt that there was something strange, I just didn't know what it was.
He is something of a scholar.
When you enter a conversation, you should have something to say.
Can we create something out of nothing?
Stop being lazy and find something to do.
He felt that something was about to happen.
You should make sure of the facts before you write something.
Let's try to arrange something.
Can't you do something to help me?
Please do something about it.
Give me a break. If you have something to say, stop making faces and say it.
Won't you give me something cold to drink?
Will you give me something cold to drink?
How about something cold to drink?
I want something cold to drink.
Would you give me something cold to drink?
I want to drink something cold.
He says "want" when he wants something, and "no" when he does not.
Don't you smell something unusual?
There should be something for us to talk about.
She must have sensed something odd.
I smell something rotten.
Please give me something hot to drink.
May I have something hot to drink?
Time will pass quite quickly when you read something.
I want something to read.
Can I please have something hot to drink?
I want something hot to drink.
He encouraged his son to do something great.
We want something new.
Give me something to eat.
Can I have something to eat?
I want something to eat.
Bring me something to eat.
Please give me something to eat.
Please give me something to eat. I am so hungry.
I'd like something to eat.
If something goes wrong, you should attend to it at once.
Can I borrow something to write with?
I want something with which to write.
Do you have something to write with?
I need something to write with.
I want something to write on.
Give me something to write with.
Give me something to write on.
I should have done something.
If something does happen, I'll just play it by ear.
I will be able to see you tomorrow unless something unexpected turns up.
Give me something to do.
May I say something?
If you have something to say, say it now or pipe down.
I was conscious that something was missing.
I'd like something light.
Something terrible is about to happen.
I had a feeling that something dreadful was happening.
I have a feeling that something dreadful is going to happen.
Something dreadful has happened to Miss Davidson.
Something may have happened to him.
Something bad's going to happen.
Have I said something to hurt your feelings?
I feel like eating something sweet.
I want something sweet to eat.
Please give me something to drink.
Give me something to drink.
Will you give me something to drink?
Can I get you something to drink?
May I have something to drink?
I want something to drink.
I'd like something to drink.
Are you implying something?
Something bad may happen to him.