“Hurry” in a Sentence (with Audio)
Examples of how to use the word “hurry” in a sentence. How to connect “hurry” with other words to make correct English sentences.
hurry (v, n): to move or do things more quickly than normal or to make someone do this; the need to move or do things more quickly than normal
Use “hurry” in a sentence
Hurry up! We’ll be late.
She is in a hurry.
“Don’t be so impatient. There’s no need to hurry.”
“Hurry up!”, I said impatiently, “We have only an hour left”.
Hurry up, or you’ll miss the train.
Hurry up, otherwise you’ll be late for school
There’s no need to hurry. We have plenty of time.
Only one minute remaining. Hurry up!
Roughly translated, it means “hurry up!”
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