how to use About in a Sentence

Don’t quarrel about religions.

Think about it from every angle before buying it.

He lied about that.

You must look about a good job in the newspapers.

A rumour has got about that he is going to resign.

I wonder about that.

After the death of his father, he threw about his fortune.

Don’t let others know about it.

I talked about him yesterday.

It is heartening to learn about your success.

She seemed to have a great deal of anxiety about it.

Please don’t throw about the foodstuff on the dining table.

You certainly look excited about something.

Can you tell me about it?

Do not go about torturing others.

It’s about a quarter of a mile from here.

I go to bed about eleven o’clock.

I’ll be here about two weeks.

You should set about your studies seriously.

Don’t worry about me.

He’s speaking about a girl.

I don’t know much about them.

Do you want to hear about it?

Do you know anything about this?

Aren’t you concerned about it?

Do you know what he said about that?

Don’t beat about the bush ; come to the point.

My sister is of about eighteen years old.

I know nothing about him.

You should go about your work carefully.

He lodged a complaint with the police about the theft at his house.

The sun is about 150 million kilometers away from the earth.

She seems sensible about things.

Has she warned you about that?

He’ll complain about that?

What’s he talking about?

Did you find the article I told you about?

What did you wonder about?

It’ll take about five or six hours to get there.

What was it about?

We noticed her sorrow about that.

It takes about five hours.

I shall tell you about it at play-time.

What about your future plans ?

What do you think about it?

Have you ever thought about it?

Could you tell me something about his nature?

Where did you hear about him?

She is always complaining about her difficulty.

Can you tell me about yourself?

How do you know all about this?

Why are you telling me about him?

Tell me about yourself.

Is there anyone that I can talk to about this?

Why didn’t you tell your father earlier about this?

He pulled a long face when he was informed about his dismissal.

Tell me something about your family background.

Tell me about your best friends at school?

We had already discussed about this.

What is your new book about ?

I am not concerned about his promotion.

He came here at about ten o’clock.

There are about five hundred houses in our village.

He wandered about aimlessly.

I have about five thousand postage stamps.

I am not about to pay 50 dollars for that dress.

We should be careful about our behaviour and control it at all times.

I never write about you.

Be careful about the friends.

More or less anxiety about exams is naturally there in every student’s mind.

They have a very high opinion about themselves.

He is very energetic about everything.

Don’t think anything about it.

I don’t know about this.

From whom have you learnt about it?

Please I don’t want to talk about it.

You never told us anything about this.

What are you talking about?

What can I do about it?

We’ll talk about this later.

Every person has his or her own ideology about life.

What did you say about me?

We are sad about you.

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