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Sentence Examples With the Word ‘The’. Over 50 Sentences


See also: a, an

The — US. [ðə], [ðiː], UK. [ðə], [ðiː]

Main meanings:

  1. “The” is a definite article in English, used to specify or point to a particular item, group, or concept, typically one that is already known or can be identified in context.


10 simple sentences:

  • The sun is shining brightly.
  • I love the smell of fresh flowers.
  • They visited the museum yesterday.
  • We often go to the park.
  • The mountains are majestic.
  • Have you seen the movie?
  • The book is on the shelf.
  • The coffee here is fantastic.
  • I can’t find the keys.
  • We should go to the beach.


The sentences from movies:

What’s the matter? – Twins (1988)

Thanks for the coffee. – Aliens (1986)

Step away from the car. – Rush Hour (1998)

Thanks for the card for my dad. – Blue Velvet (1986)

What the hell is wrong with you? – 500 Days of Summer (2009)

That’s the front line. – 1917 (2019)

Do you see the kids? – Jaws (1975)

What’s in the box? – Dune (2021)

You’re always watching the news. – Total Recall (1990)

Stop the van. – Beethoven (1992)

Let me get the phone. – Cellular (2004)

I’m making the choice. – Wonder Woman (2017)

Well, look who joined the party. – Me, Myself & Irene (2000)

He wants to use the telephone. – A Clockwork Orange (1971)

Is that the Oval Office? – Dont Look Up (2021)

Then came the invasion.  – Oblivion

I want to up the tests. – Venom (2018)

We have the heart here ready for surgery. – Airplane! (1980)

You’ll wake the dead. – Final Destination (2000)

I don’t care about the scar. – Lucy (2014)

Get the number. – Gone in 60 Seconds (2000)

He just took all the credit. – Uncharted (2022)

We have to release the bus threat. – Zodiac (2007)

Fill the damn tank! – Ford v Ferrari (2019)

I was spellbound the whole time. – Ghost (1990)

All right, I’ll call the police. – A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

Go back to the seat. – No Hard Feelings (2023)

Why do you want to join the CIA? – Snowden (2016)

For the past hour I’ve been thinking. – Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953)

Here comes the party! – Hotel Transylvania (2012)

I get the hummus for you. – You Don’t Mess with the Zohan (2008)

What about the Venus? – How to Steal a Million (1966)

We serve the Goddess. – John Carter (2012)

I’ve seen the commercial. – Law Abiding Citizen (2009)

You put it in behind the tooth. – Madagascar (2005)

Have you looked in the drawer, sweetie? – Smurfs (2011)

You mean Paul Sheldon the writer? – Misery (1990)

We forgot the beer! – Tucker and Dale vs Evil (2010)

I’ll take the free piece. – Elemental (2023)

Could you close the door, please? – War of the Worlds (2005)