Learn how to use somewhere in a English sentence. Over 100 hand-picked examples.
"Haven't we met somewhere before?" asked the student.
Let's stay somewhere with easy airport access.
I am sure I met him somewhere, but I do not remember who he is.
I'm thinking of going somewhere for a change of air, since my doctor advises me to.
I put my lighter down somewhere and now I can't find it.
I have gone astray somewhere in my calculations.
Bill is 20 minutes late. He must have gotten lost somewhere.
I want to go somewhere on a trip.
They could hear the elegant, flowing sound of a harp coming from somewhere.
It's five o'clock somewhere now.
I remember seeing her somewhere.
We have to draw a line somewhere.
I must have made a mistake somewhere.
Would you like to go out to have a drink somewhere?
I had my money stolen somewhere.
I remember seeing you somewhere.
I remember meeting you somewhere.
Let's have a tea break somewhere around there.
The treasure is believed to lie hidden somewhere in the mountain.
Can't you see a stapler somewhere around there?
The balloon was carried away somewhere by the wind.
The street is somewhere along here.
I remember hearing that music somewhere.
There is a mailbox somewhere along this street.
Could you put this coat somewhere?
I think it's somewhere around here.
I have seen that face somewhere before.
You will have seen this photograph somewhere.
You will find your bicycle somewhere in the neighborhood of the station.
It seems that I met you somewhere.
I remember seeing you all somewhere.
I saw her somewhere two years ago.
Let's stop for a rest somewhere with a good view.
Going somewhere tonight? Look at you - all dressed up like that.
I lost my wallet somewhere around here.
If you need me, I'll be somewhere around.
I remember seeing that gentleman somewhere.
I may have put the key somewhere in this room.
I may have seen that girl somewhere.
I remember seeing him somewhere.
I may have met her somewhere.
I want to go somewhere in Europe.
I had my purse stolen somewhere on my way home.
I have lost my umbrella somewhere in the park. I have to buy one.
I remember that I met him somewhere.
I remember seeing him somewhere before.
I may have met him somewhere before, but I can't recall where.
I remember having seen him somewhere before.
His house is somewhere about here.
His house is somewhere about Fourth Street.
He lives somewhere about here.
He lives somewhere around the park.
He must be somewhere about.
He could still be alive somewhere.
He is still somewhere about.
He's somewhere about the park.
He went to Narita or somewhere.
If only they hadn't done that, I might have been able to get somewhere.
They diverted the river to supply water somewhere else.
Maybe they are somewhere around the pond.
I remember meeting her somewhere.
She looked as though she had seen me somewhere before.
Sadly, my cat has gone away somewhere.
Father never goes out with an umbrella without leaving it somewhere.
One must draw the line somewhere.
I have gone astray somewhere in my calculation.
I left my passport somewhere.
The thief has to be in here. I'm sure somewhere around is his stronghold so if we can just find that we've got him.
It looks well prepared but you see there'll be a slip somewhere.
Yes. I'm pretty sure there are complimentary tickets that haven't been used somewhere.
I want to disappear somewhere! I tend to feel like that in sultry summers.
If the ball hits you somewhere else than on the head or hands, you're out.
You know that two nations are at war about a few acres of snow somewhere around Canada, and that they are spending on this beautiful war more than the whole of Canada is worth.
I remember having seen her somewhere.
Let's meet up somewhere.
He lives somewhere around here.
A child is crying somewhere.
You can always find baked goods somewhere on my grocery list.
It was right around here somewhere.
His house is somewhere around here.
I felt that that somewhere in this world a mission which I knew nothing about yet was waiting for me.
He lives somewhere near that park.
Bring the vase somewhere where there is sunlight.
My book has to be somewhere in the room.
Books are for people who wish they were somewhere else.
It's fun to watch nerdy cartoon characters from the 90s brag about how many megabytes of RAM they have, which is usually somewhere around 8.
Have you traveled somewhere during the summer?
There are too many people here. Let's go somewhere else.
I've probably heard of him somewhere.
She sat next to him wishing she were somewhere else.
Taking a vacation just means you work from somewhere else.
I thought we were going to go somewhere.
Why don't we go somewhere and get something to drink?
When you have nothing, aim low; when you get somewhere, aim high.
Tom lives somewhere around here.
Tom lives around here somewhere.
Tom could still be alive somewhere.
Tom can't afford to eat at that kind of restaurant so let's go somewhere else.
Tom looked like he was somewhere in his late thirties.
You can meet me somewhere sometime or something.
Tom couldn't shake the feeling that he'd met Mary somewhere before.