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Sentences with audio (total 1,044,547)

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You should try selling your products online.
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I'm sorry I did that to you.
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We may never find the answer.
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I meant to do that.
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Can't you wait until 2:30?
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Tom makes the same mistakes over and over again.
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Are you sure you're not injured?
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Everything matched.
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And how's Tom?
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I wish you'd stayed at home.
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Be as quiet as you can, please.
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I'm living here.
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Tom repeated what Mary said.
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Rents are likely to rise.
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Tom's face brightened.
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How many years has Tom been living in Boston?
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There's no more left.
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Is the coffee ready?
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Do you really like mushroom soup?
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Tom sobbed again.
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I think I ought to help Tom.
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My house is a ten-minute walk from the station.
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It's past three.
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Come and have a seat.
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I've made a commitment.
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Take each day as it comes.
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I used to like watching football games.
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I think I know what you're thinking.
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The number of dead is very likely to rise.
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I had to wait for Tom again.
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It shouldn't be too difficult.
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I've agreed.
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Was the culprit found?
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Play a tune for me.
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I was there a short time.
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How many days will it take?
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Play me a tune.
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Tom pulled off his boots.
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I wish we hadn't come.
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I gave my consent.
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May I go see Tom?
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I could do much more.
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I think I ought to go.
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Foreclosures are on the rise.
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Let's have a staring contest.
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This is a decision that can't be put off.
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I'd rather not come in.
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I want it done right away.
eng
Perhaps you were right.
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The cottage looked unoccupied.
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It was enough for Tom.
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I wonder if Tom is the same.
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Would it be OK if I went to see Tom?
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Tom breathed uneasily.
eng
Let’s leave everything as it is.
eng
Please tell us about your future plans.
eng
Hold this open.
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I'm going to find a solution.
eng
I thought we were supposed to meet Tom at half past two.
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Tom knew it wasn't true.
eng
I hope Tom was pleased.
eng
Can I use your car this evening?
eng
I know almost everyone here.
eng
My plane's departure was delayed by two hours.
eng
Income tax rates will likely rise.
eng
I love you as much as ever.
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I arrived on Monday and left the next day.
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I won't run away anymore.
eng
How many kilos do you weigh?
eng
I'm so miserable.
eng
How many years would it take us to do that?
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I was forced to go back home.
eng
Tom looks much better with the beard.
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Every day is a challenge.
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This time, Tom had to wait for me.
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Can you do the shopping for me?
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I made my way down the street.
eng
The truth is the truth.
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I think that's been done.
eng
I'll ask Tom when he gets here.
eng
Tom has gone to bed early.
eng
Don't answer that question.
eng
Are we going insane?
eng
I don't want any either.
eng
I put salt and pepper in the soup.
eng
Can someone recommend to me a good dictionary suitable for beginners?
eng
Extreme weather events are on the rise.
eng
I want to stay in and read a book.
eng
It's too far to walk there.
eng
Have you received a reply?
eng
How much do you weigh in kilos?
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It's my duty.
eng
When will your wedding be?
eng
I don't like being called fat.
eng
Prices are expected to keep going up.
eng
These are poisonous mushrooms.
eng
If you think leaving now is the right thing to do, then you should leave.
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I want to stay at home and read a book.
eng
That happened the night after Tom came.
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Can't you wait till 2:30?