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Sentences in English with audio (total 581,815)

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The red belt makes her black dress look even better.
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Choose the grammatically incorrect sentence.
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You two are ridiculously silly.
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The baby was in a deep sleep in his mother's arms.
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Since Tom had a bad cold, he was absent from school today.
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Just looking at Tom, you can tell that he likes you.
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I hope you like bears.
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I truly believe that Tom is someone you can count on.
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The police are now looking for the person responsible for dumping garbage in the park.
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Turn the kitchen light off, please.
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There's no need to worry about it.
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These are handcuffs.
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Tom's scary voice isn't scary at all.
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What's your problem with me?
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Sculpting is like peeling a banana.
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I prefer brown bread to white bread.
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The sun is shining, but it's still cold outside.
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I'm not a pervert.
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The old school building burned down.
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I work at a sports shop.
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The letter was full of spelling mistakes.
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I don't like white wine.
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The kiosk sold many types of coffee.
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Do you also have a vegetarian pizza?
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Did you go to that concert yesterday?
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Do you have an answer to my question?
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I already forgot what I wanted to say.
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That would've been my second choice.
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After that I was totally exhausted.
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I'm looking for a little peace and quiet.
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The man aimed a weapon at the police officers.
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Do you understand this math problem?
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We need to conduct more experiments.
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The architect designed everything beautifully.
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You shouldn't be afraid of magic.
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We can do this the easy way or the hard way.
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The house was painted green last year.
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Hello. Can you talk now?
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It seems to me that you were wrong.
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I was with the police for three years.
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We want to go for a walk, but it's raining cats and dogs.
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Earth has a core of molten iron and nickel.
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It's up to you to provide evidence.
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This house is small but beautiful.
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This project looks quite interesting.
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I've barely seen it.
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It's really sad when people exclude you because of your skin color.
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Please take your trash out of this room.
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Cranberries are a native fruit to North America.
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Tom's constant politeness bugs me.
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Tom's school requires students to do at least 30 hours of community service in order to graduate.
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The past can't be changed.
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Tom didn't buy me lunch like he said he would.
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Are you really from around here?
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Everyone in our family is tall.
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Tom's threats shouldn't be underestimated.
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I don't hate you anymore. Now you just disgust me.
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It was a setback.
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Why are you packing so much stuff? It's only a three-day trip.
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Let me speak the way I want to speak.
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I also noticed that and found it funny.
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No one should have to experience that.
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Why has the birthrate fallen so sharply?
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Tom is studying philosophy.
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The judge questioned me.
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In real life, things like this don't happen.
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Things like that don't happen every day.
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It's time to neuter the cat.
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Air is a mixture of invisible gases.
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You've disappointed me.
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Tom is working on a pilot for a TV series.
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Sentences are made up of words.
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You don't have to answer that letter.
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The quotation marks are unnecessary.
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One cannot know what the future holds.
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My name isn't even Tom.
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I've never even met anyone from Boston.
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I've never met anyone from Boston.
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I've never met anyone from Boston before.
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They should be helping me, not Tom.
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You'd be better off not doing that.
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There are more of these, aren't there?
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Thank you so much for understanding.
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I'm not sure if you're interested, but I translated your article into French.
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Your hair looks so beautiful. What kind of shampoo do you use?
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That was something new.
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There were only three adults in the room.
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My nose has been congested for days.
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There's still a café on the third floor.
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Tom is an opera fan.
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What if they saw us?
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Today is scorching hot, so dress light.
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This book is in the public domain.
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That book is in the public domain.
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Tom likes zebras.
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Tom sat under the old tree.
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Tom called his parents, but they didn't answer the phone.
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I really like that Tom is empathetic.
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Well, maybe Tom wouldn't do it, but I would.
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Mary is a woman, not a girl.