Turn it off.
It's your turn.
Turn up the TV.
Turn off the TV.
It's now my turn.
Turn off the gas.
Whose turn is it?
Turn on the radio.
Turn off the alarm.
Turn off the light.
Turn off the radio.
Turn the volume up.
Turn the radio down.
Can I turn on the TV?
Can I turn off the TV?
Turn in your homework.
Whose turn is it next?
May I turn down the TV?
Turn toward me, please.
How did things turn out?
It was her turn at last.
Turn left at the corner.
Turn the flame down low.
Please turn on the radio.
Turn down the television.
Turn on the light, please.
Turn the key to the right.
It's my turn to drive next.
Turn off the light, please.
Turn off the radio, please.
Turn down the volume, please.
Turn left at the first light.
We skipped his turn on purpose.
He forgot to turn off the light.
Turn on the rice cooker, please.
Turn the knob and open the door.
Do you mind if I turn down the TV?
He made a sharp turn to the right.
Do you mind if I turn on the radio?
I have no one to turn to for advice.
Turn right at the next intersection.
She asked him how to turn on the machine.
I think it's time for me to turn off the TV.
Please turn in your report by next Saturday.
Turn off the television. I can't concentrate.
I think it's time for me to turn on the radio.
I forgot to turn off the TV before going to bed.
Please turn in the report by the end of the month.
You can get a car license after you turn eighteen.
I'd appreciate it if you would turn off the lights.
He was disappointed that things didn't turn out as he'd hoped.
Go straight down this street and turn right at the third light.