stick in/stick by/stick up for/stick into/stick out/stick with/stick to/in the sticks
Would you be kind enough to share ith me your opininon concerning the correctness of the following sentences?
The car is stuck fast in the mud.
I’m stick by my friends.
I like to stick up for my friends.
It’s beautiful here, and here is where I stick.
I stuck a needle into a cushion.
He stuck his hands into his pockets.
Then you have to stick a stamp on the envelope.
She stuck her head through the window.
The stamp didn’t stick to the envelope.
You have to stick to the subject.
This event stuck in my throat.
I have to stick to my principles.
Stick with me and you not get lost.
The nail stuck out from the wall.
His feet stuck out into the aisle.
She stuck out her hand to us.
I live way out in the sticks.
I’d stick it out if I were you.
We had better stick where you are.
He stick a flower in his button-hole.
Don’t beat about the bush, stick to the point.
I found notice stuck to the door.
He would stick to a friend through thick and thin.
Friends will stick together.
He will stick at nothing.
He found himself stuck for want of funds.
Don’t stick at trifles.
The lift has stuck.
He got up to the fourth form and there stuck.
He stuck his head round the door.
Don’t stick your head out of the window.
You have to stick to your business.
His hair sticks straight up.
I have to stick up for him.
The boy wants the stick.
Thank you for your efforts.
Re: stick in/stick by/stick up for/stick into/stick out/stick with/stick to/in the st
Originally Posted by vil