Use of course in Sentences. 33 Examples

The examples include course at the start of sentence, course at the end of sentence and course in the middle of sentence

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course at the end of sentence


  1. Nature will have its course.
  2. Let things take their course.
  3. Let things take their course.
  4. Wanna come to my party? --Of course.
  5. The ship held to a southwesterly course.
  6. The ship held to a southwesterly course.
  7. Will you have some soup before the meat course?
  8. The pilot avoided a collision by changing course.
  9. The two communities are now on a collision course.
  10. She didn't have the stamina to complete the course.
  11. She didn't have the stamina to complete the course.

course in the middle of sentence


  1. This is a course in mechanics.
  2. The course book has twenty units.
  3. The first course of the meal was soup.
  4. The course is of three years' duration.
  5. I took a correspondence course in computing.
  6. There is also a golf course five miles away.
  7. There is also a golf course five miles away.
  8. The doctor put her on a course of antibiotics.
  9. The course has now been shortened considerably.
  10. The course has now been shortened considerably.
  11. The banker chuckled and said, "Of course not.".
  12. The banker chuckled and said, "Of course not.".
  13. The course of events fully justifies our views.
  14. He took a course to learn about car maintenance.
  15. He took a course to learn about car maintenance.
  16. The course required no prior knowledge of Spanish.
  17. Of course both the politicians denied taking bungs.
  18. Of course both the politicians denied taking bungs.
  19. A good training course will pre-empt many problems.
  20. A good training course will pre-empt many problems.
  21. The course leads to a diploma in psychiatric nursing.
  22. Scientists have computed the probable course of the rocket.

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