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Sentences in English with audio (total 638,182)

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Tom is going to be back the day after tomorrow.
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Tom is going to be a college student next year.
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Tom is going to attend the meeting in my place.
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Tom isn't the one who told Mary how to do that.
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Tom isn't the one who taught Mary how to drive.
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Tom isn't sure Mary knew she needed to do that.
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Tom is waiting for Mary outside the restaurant.
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Tom is very sure Mary can take care of herself.
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Tom and Mary really thought they could do that.
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On New Year's Eve, Tom kissed Mary at midnight.
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Neither Tom nor Mary talked to John about that.
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Neither Tom nor Mary can play tennis very well.
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It was Tom who told Mary she needed to do that.
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I'd rather go canoeing with Tom than with Mary.
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I wonder why Tom didn't want Mary at his party.
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Do you think Tom and Mary will travel together?
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When do you think Tom will want us to help him?
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Tom's oldest daughter looks just like his wife.
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Tom's keys are somewhere in this room, I think.
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Tom wouldn't tell me what I was supposed to do.
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Tom won't be able to move the piano by himself.
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Tom will pay me back what he owes me on Monday.
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Tom will make Mary sit with the other children.
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Tom will be in prison for the rest of his life.
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Tom wasn't the last one to leave the classroom.
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Tom wasn't supposed to get paid for doing that.
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Tom told Mary to quit eating so much junk food.
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Tom told Mary not to eat the ham in the fridge.
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Tom told Mary he'd never eat any wild mushroom.
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Tom told Mary he intended to eat lunch at home.
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Tom told Mary he didn't want anything to drink.
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Tom told Mary about what John wanted him to do.
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Tom says he needs to find someone to help Mary.
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Tom saw Mary sitting by herself in the library.
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Tom saw Mary eating at a table near the window.
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Tom sat on the porch swing and smoked his pipe.
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Tom promised Mary he wouldn't eat her sandwich.
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Tom isn't happy with the way things turned out.
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Tom is the person who taught me how to do this.
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Tom isn't the only person who needs to do that.
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Tom isn't the only one who didn't say anything.
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Tom is the last person who lived in this house.
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Tom forgot to put the milk in the refrigerator.
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Tom doesn't really care whether he wins or not.
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Tom didn't really enjoy eating with us, did he?
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Was Tom the one who showed Mary how to do that?
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Tom wouldn't do that, so I asked Mary to do it.
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Tom waited in the park while Mary was shopping.
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Tom says he hopes Mary can get home by herself.
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Tom says he expects Mary to get home on Monday.
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Tom isn't the only boy invited to Mary's party.
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Tom isn't the one who told me where Mary lives.
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When I started doing that, Tom told me to stop.
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Tom still isn't good at playing the flute.
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Tom showed the letter he got from Mary to John.
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Tom should tell Mary why he enjoyed doing that.
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Tom should probably tell Mary he won't do that.
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Tom says he thought Mary had already done that.
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Tom says he doesn't know what Mary ought to do.
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Tom says Mary doesn't think John would do that.
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Tom said he thought Mary's suggestion was good.
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Tom lied to Mary when he said he would do that.
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Tom is the only person Mary says she can trust.
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Tom has asked Mary to drive him to the airport.
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Tom has already told Mary what he wants to buy.
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Tom doesn't know why Mary went to the hospital.
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Tom doesn't know why Mary and John are arguing.
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Tom didn't tell Mary he wanted to quit his job.
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Tom didn't know whether Mary could swim or not.
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Tom didn't know when Mary was going to do that.
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Tom and I are waiting for Mary, John and Alice.
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I asked Tom the same question I'd asked Mary.
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Did you know Tom and John were Mary's brothers?
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Did you know Mary and Alice were Tom's sisters?
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Whenever I see Tom, I'm reminded of his father.
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I'm not the one who advised Tom not to do that.
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I'm not scared of Tom, but Tom is scared of me.
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I'd like to know the reason why Tom isn't here.
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I told Tom to put the eggs in the refrigerator.
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I think I'll go to church with Tom next Sunday.
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I shouldn't have gone to the beach without Tom.
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How many bottles of beer did you and Tom drink?
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Does Tom always sneeze this much in the spring?
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There are three French teachers at this school.
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I'm the only one here who doesn't speak French.
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I translated the book from French into English.
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I knew you were going to fail your French test.
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Tom wasn't told by his doctor to remain in bed.
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Tom studies French about three hours every day.
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Tom phoned to say he'll be thirty minutes late.
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I've decided not to go to Boston until October.
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Tom would be very disappointed if you did that.
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Tom was the first one in our family to do that.
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Tom was reading a book all yesterday afternoon.
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Tom stayed with us for three weeks last summer.
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Tom says he has something to do this afternoon.
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Tom retired in 2013 and died three years later.
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Tom opened a cardboard box with his name on it.
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Tom lived in a small town for most of his life.
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Tom isn't likely to be arrested for doing that.