Ending sentence with to

The preposition to can be used in many different ways, but it’s most commonly used as a preposition to indicate the goal of an action.

Sentences

  1. The game was lost to a last-minute goal.
  2. He was arrested for selling drugs to children.
  3. It’s easy to grow vegetables to feed your family.
  4. We decided that he should be sent away from the city to study at university.
  5. I am going to my house.
  6. You should go to the store.
  7. We want you to come with us.
  8. I’m going to bed early tonight.
  9. I’m going to bed at eight o’clock tonight.
  10. I’m going to bed early tonight because I have so much work tomorrow morning.
  11. I’m going to bed early tonight because I feel sick.
  12. I am going home to rest.
  13. We need to talk about this.
  14. The two options are to go or stay.
  15. To err is human, but to forgive divine.
  16. The train left at 2 p.m., and I got on to it quickly.
  17. This book belongs to me.
  18. I’m sorry, but this book doesn’t belong to me.
  19. We have to go to the store.
  20. You have to go to the store.
  21. I will not be able to attend the meeting.
  22. I’m going to bed now.
  23. I have come here today in order for me not to be late again.
  24. He’s going to sleep early tonight.
  25. She walked to school every day.
  26. The dog ran to its owner.
  27. We’re going to the park.
  28. My mom is going to work late tonight.
  29. We will be happy to help you.
  30. They promised to come.
  31. It’s important to know your limits.
  32. It’s a good idea to check your email often.
  33. I’m looking forward to seeing you again.
  34. He came to see me.
  35. He brought a book to read.
  36. The government has decided to raise taxes.
  37. I’ll have to study harder if I want to pass my exam.
  38. I will go to school tomorrow.
  39. She wants to run every day.
  40. They decided to go to the park.
  41. We need to stop by my house first.
  42. The book was given to me.
  43. I’m going to give it to him.
  44. I’m going to give it to myself.
  45. He gave it to me.
  46. I’m going to get a job.
  47. We have been to the movies.
  48. She went to the store to buy some milk.
  49. It’s time for you to go home.
  50. He went to the store to buy milk and bread.
  51. I am going to teach you how to speak English fluently.
  52. The teacher gave us homework to finish before class tomorrow.
  53. I need your help in order for me to complete this assignment by tomorrow morning.
  54. She’s going to New York.
  55. He went to Italy last year.
  56. We’re going on holiday to Spain next week.
  57. He’s moving back to his hometown.
  58. She’s returning to her family.
  59. They went all the way across town and back again just to buy some milk!
  60. The project is due tomorrow, and I still have to finish it.
  61. We went swimming in the river where we had to swim against the current.
  62. She came over to my house and asked me if I wanted to go out for dinner tonight.
  63. I’m going to the movies tonight.
  64. I’m really looking forward to our vacation next month.
  65. They’re going to the party at 8pm.
  66. I’ll see you at the meeting, to which we’re all invited.
  67. I gave the book to my friend.
  68. He gave his car to his son when he died.
  69. I’m going to the store to buy groceries.
  70. We have to work together to solve this problem.
  71. Could you tell me how to get there?
  72. He got a promotion and moved to a new city.
  73. I have a lot of work to do this weekend.
  74. I hope that you will find this book to be of interest.
  75. To be or not to be.
  76. To err is human, to forgive divine.
  77. To get the full value of joy, you must have someone to divide it with.
  78. Is there anything else that needs to be done?
  79. The man ran to the store.
  80. She gave him a present to celebrate his birthday.
  81. We’re flying to Orlando tomorrow.
  82. The sun is setting to the west.
  83. I’m going to the gym.
  84. I’m taking a walk to the park.
  85. We’re going to the theater tonight.
  86. I have a lot of work to do today.
  87. You should abstain from alcohol if you want to lose weight.
  88. Where would you like to go?
  89. I worked on the project until to the end of the day.
  90. I went to the store to buy some food.
  91. My brother lives in Los Angeles now, but he used to live in New York City when he was younger.
  92. I had to run home to get my jacket.
  93. She’s going to the doctor’s office to get her hair cut.
  94. I need to go to the store to buy some milk.
  95. I asked her to come to my house.
  96. The book was written by a man to whom I owe much gratitude.
  97. I want to learn Spanish.
  98. She has been working hard to get the job done on time.
  99. I have been looking forward to this day for years now!
  100. There is no doubt that one can make a fortune by gambling, but this is not the way to success.
  101. He told me what to do.
  102. He works at the bank, so he can’t come to our party tonight.
  103. The kids are tired from playing outside all day long, so they’re going to take a nap soon!
  104. He ran to his mother.
  105. I walked to the bus stop.
  106. We have to leave now.
  107. I am going to go shopping today.
  108. The dog went to the park with me yesterday.

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