“Point” in a Sentence (with Audio)
Examples of how to use the word “point” in a sentence. How to connect “point” with other words to make correct English sentences.
point (n, v): an idea, opinion, or piece of information that is said or written; to direct other people’s attention to something by holding out your finger towards it
Use “point” in a sentence
His comment was concise and to the point.
This point deserves special emphasis.
His essay was concise and to the point.
This is an extremely important point.
Don’t point your finger at me.
She pointed her finger at the fridge.
The latter point is the most important.
It’s bad manners to point at people.
I agree with you on this point.
I’ll get to the point.
What’s the point of doing that?
I agree with your point of view.
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