English words and Examples of Usage

Example Sentences for "swear"

I swear that if anything ever happened to you, I just couldn't go on livingI don't like it when you swear, and I don't want you to use that kind of language in the house.

I swear that if anything ever happened to you, I just couldn't go on living.

After waking up with a terrible headache, Pavlo swore he would never drink whiskey again.

The old man swore at the young boys who had broken his window with their baseball.

In this country, you are expected to swear an oath to the Queen when you become a citizen.

Saeed swore that everything he had said was the truth.

I swear I've met you somewhere before, maybe many years ago.

My friend's father told us that if we didn't stop swearing, we could get the hell out of his house.

Mark Twain once said, When angry, count four; when very angry, swear.

Some of the parents were upset that the coach was swearing during the practice.

He swore off cigarettes after a simple cold turned into a severe case of bronchitis.

In February of 1993, Kim Young-sam was sworn in as South Korea's first civilian President in 32 years.

Robert Paul once joked that until you've learned to drive, you've never really learned how to swear.

Discussion question: In English, swearing usually refers to body parts or bodily functions. How do you swear in your language?

Find someone who knows how to swear in English.


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