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Sentences in English with audio (total 635,735)

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Shoo them away.
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Wait outside, please.
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Tom painted a mural.
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Pretend you're doing something.
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Space is scary.
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Who told you to tell Tom?
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Tom wouldn't say that unless he meant it.
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The last time I asked Tom to do anything for me was three weeks ago.
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Have you traveled abroad before?
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The teacher isn't here yet.
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We're computer scientists.
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I wish I would've come up with that idea earlier.
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This seems like a good idea to me.
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I'm going to my brothers' house.
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I didn't understand. Could you repeat that?
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It's been a week since I've called you, hasn't it?
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White carpets are very difficult to clean.
eng
Have you ever had a crush on one of your teachers?
eng
Punctuation rules vary from language to language.
eng
When do your classes start?
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Is that really happening?
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Is gas really that expensive?
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Why does that bother you so much?
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Tom's computer was his only friend.
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We must trust each other.
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There are always some people who are unreasonable.
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Stop scolding Tom.
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How long did it take Tom to read this book?
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When was the last time you ate a sloppy joe?
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I won't go out if it snows.
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If it snows, I won't go out.
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I wanted to thank you personally.
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Glass is fragile.
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I wanted to say thank you personally.
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An elephant's ears are really big.
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Tom spends all day sitting in his room doing nothing.
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Crack the window a bit. It smells musty in here.
eng
What kind of trouble have you gotten yourself into?
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Tom started singing, and we all left the room.
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Tom started singing, and we covered our ears.
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I'll call Tom tomorrow and ask him for help.
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Tom doesn't like taking off his shirt whenever he goes to the beach because he feels insecure about his body.
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I'd appreciate it if you stopped teasing me.
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What Tom did yesterday gave us something to talk about.
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We usually don't have much to talk about.
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I prefer a more relaxed, casual work environment.
eng
The pancakes are excellent.
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Tom wouldn't believe me anyway.
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I’m not interested in modern art.
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Will it be possible to meet Tom in person?
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Respect Tom's privacy, please.
eng
Once you start, it's easier to keep going.
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Tom prefers eating alone.
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Cover the saucepan with a tea towel.
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Cover the seeds with a bit of soil.
eng
There's another toilet on the third floor.
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Another toilet is located on the third floor.
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I can never allow that.
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This man killed my brother.
eng
Were you able to find out who they are?
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I was studying French at the time.
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Keep me posted on everything.
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I was learning French at the time.
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I met Tom in French class at Harvard.
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Let's go where no one can find us.
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I can't sleep on planes.
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Tom knows how to make noodles.
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I want an apartment with a view of the ocean.
eng
Did you get sleepy?
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Go and rest for a bit.
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I'm going to write a novel.
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We'll go this way.
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Don't get lost in the fog.
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It's a snail.
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I let Tom borrow some of my clothes.
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Tom tried on my shoes.
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My mom thought I'd be a football player.
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That's what Tom says, anyway.
eng
The troops set up camp outside the city.
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All this has been known for a long time.
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We've got to stick to the facts.
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Why have you opened the window?
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We've got no more than three days.
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The warm wind soon melted the ice.
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I haven't weighed myself recently.
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Do you want to call me or should I call you?
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I'd like to translate your article into French.
eng
Bats also have wings.
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There isn't any money in my wallet.
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I was scared silly.
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I fold my own shirts.
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We're going to the pool tomorrow.
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I still want to practice.
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That's the gist of it, I think.
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We bought a house last year.
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I almost forgot about all that.
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It's too dark to take pictures here.
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The boredom is unbearable.
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Please put the candles on the birthday cake.
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Hard times are awaiting us.