Example sentences of "be time for [pron] " in BNC.

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1 There would be times for our tops , and games of tip-cat , and with our packs of cigarette cards , games of Long Skate , and other variations of these to be played during break .
2 But , even when people have had spells of very bad illness , they may still live for many years and there will be time for them to make good plans for their children .
3 Soon it will be time for them to do it again .
4 When the time comes an' I ca n't lift a hundredweight of sugar or me old black pan , then it 'll be time for me to retire upstairs for good . ’
5 ‘ It 'll be time for me to go and collect Maria soon — ‘
6 It 'll soon be time for me to write again .
7 She had a point ; the sports clothes were in the first part of the programme — there should be time for her to change into the wedding dress for the finale .
8 It will be time for something completely different on Saturday when Sid Kipper brings his simple country wisdom to the West Cliff .
9 ‘ What are you drinking ? ’ he asked , going on to apologise that he would have to leave them shortly since it would be time for his surgery .
10 Have a go with the wood , here 's the wood , write Michelle the answer 's no , but later on I 'm sure there 'll be time for you to do it too .
11 If I do n't get back and find Jeff soon it 'll be time for my last bus and I ca n't go without seeing him .
12 ‘ It 'll soon be time for us to take control , seriously . ’
13 ‘ There will be time for us to have a look round Westminster Abbey , ’ said Lady Selvedge , not in the least disturbed by the upsetting little incident of the pudding .
14 ‘ It 'll soon be time for your afternoon lesson . ’
15 Admittedly , there were times for her when it all became too much , when the intrusion and the invasion were a strain .
16 ‘ Maybe it is time for me to get angry and fight back at those who are fighting me , ’ she said .
17 He must be able to stamp his authority not only on his team but on the peloton as a whole , directing the whole tenor of the race before it is time for him to go to the front and win .
18 It is time for us to thank .
19 ‘ Now it is time for us to part , alas , alas !
20 That it is time for us to take our rightful place .
21 ‘ It is time for you to be down to sleep Janet ’ said her Dad .
22 ‘ My father 's old housekeeper — he and she grew old together — has a daughter who needs to make money ; , she lives in Nile Street , and if you were to say that I sent you , she might well be glad to put you up till it is time for you to go to Oxford . ’
23 ‘ It is time for you to serve me . ’
24 If you will be abroad on polling day you have to vote by proxy unless there is time for you to apply for , receive and return a postal ballot paper before leaving the United Kingdom .
25 Then it is time for it to find a suitable spot to turn into a chrysalis .
26 I have some wonderful memories which I will always cherish but it is time for someone else to take over .
27 You must excuse me now , Isabel , it is time for my rest . ’
28 It is time for our expedition to begin .
29 It 's time for him to match his maturity with his golf and realise he 's not going to win every time .
30 ‘ Now that I 've eaten and drunk my fill it 's time for me to beat away , ’ he said after about an hour .
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