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Sentences in unknown with audio (total 841,072)

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I haven't really spent much time thinking about that.
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Let's spend more time together from now on.
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Tom spends a lot of time by himself.
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I spent way too much money on this.
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How much time have you spent abroad?
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Tom spent several hours organizing his desk.
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I spend a lot of time worrying about things like this.
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We spent a lot of time getting nowhere.
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I spent the whole day doing absolutely nothing.
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We've never spent much time together.
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Tom spent the whole time talking about Mary.
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I really enjoyed spending time with you.
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You can't spend money you don't have.
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I got to spend some time with Tom's children last weekend.
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If we keep spending money at this rate, we soon won't have any.
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How many hours a week do you spend watching TV?
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Tom spent last night in the emergency room.
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I've spent a lot of time here.
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Have you ever spent time in jail?
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We spent the afternoon getting ready for the party.
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It would be nice if we were able to spend more time together.
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Would any of the women you know wear something like this?
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I don't know whether to buy these brown shoes or those black ones.
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I can't decide whether to buy these brown shoes or those black ones.
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I spent my first week here just learning people's names.
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The more money you make, the more money you spend.
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Tom spent three months in Australia last year.
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I spent my entire allowance on a model airplane.
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You sure do spend a lot of time on the phone.
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I spent about three months in Boston.
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I don't want to spend time with you.
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You should spend more time with your dog.
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Tom has spent a lot of time trying to learn how to do that.
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I try not to spend too much time out in the sun.
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How much time did you spend on doing that?
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I've already spent too much time on this.
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People spend less time outdoors than they used to.
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Tom and I've spent a lot of time together.
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I don't spend as much time doing that as I used to.
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We could spend more time discussing this, but I don't think we'll be able to come to an agreement.
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We spent most of the day looking for Tom.
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I spend a little time each day meditating.
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How much do you spend on eating out every month?
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Tom and I got to spend a little time together while he was in Boston.
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I hope that I can spend Thanksgiving with you.
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You can see that, can't you?
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You do understand that, don't you?
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Tom has an older sister, Mary, and two younger sisters, but I can't remember their names.
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Tom read novels.
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Tom was holding a glass of whiskey in one hand and a cigarette in the other.
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Tom is a pig!
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Take the elevator three floors down to the conference room.
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Mary wore a silver locket in the shape of a heart.
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Mary wore a silver locket in the shape of a heart.
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A time bomb went off at the airport and killed 13 people.
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A time bomb went off at the airport and killed 13 people.
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The event attracted more than 300 people.
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The event attracted more than 300 people.
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Tom was acquitted of the charge of stealing money from Mary, but was found guilty of attempted fraud.
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We've been without power for three days now.
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This tree is approximately three hundred years old.
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Tom has excellent hand-eye coordination and excels at ball sports.
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The police questioned Tom again.
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Tom believed that Mary was personally responsible for the death of his father.
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Tom pulled out a knife and threatened Mary.
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As an overweight woman, Mary has experienced many incidents of people judging her based on her size.
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Mary took a picture of her mother with her cell phone.
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Tom's boss told him that his performance left a lot to be desired.
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When Tom showed up late for work for the third time in a row, his boss told him that it was the last straw and that he would have to fire him.
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Tom hit the nail on the head when he said our team lacks enthusiasm and motivation.
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The French Revolution began in 1789.
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Tom translated a letter from French to English for his boss.
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Tom looked back on his life and wondered if he'd actually accomplished anything.
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Tom liked Mary for years, but at some point, his feelings for her changed to love.
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Three years have passed since I was in Boston.
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After his near-death experience, Tom was a much more loving and less judgemental person.
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As a teetotaler, Tom dislikes being around drunks.
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Mary shivered in her thin blouse.
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Tom managed to convince a lot of people that he had paranormal powers.
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The wedding will take place in three months.
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Tom escaped unscathed from the wreckage.
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Tom is a bit of a recluse.
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Tom ate a quesadilla.
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Tom fought his way through the flames and rescued the child from the burning house.
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Tom successfully convinced many people that he possessed paranormal powers.
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I have a lot of friends that can speak French well.
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When I was three years old my name Tom was changed to John.
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Mary began to shiver in her thin blouse.
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Tom caused a kerfuffle at the dinner last night.
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I think Tom has the hots for you.
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Tom is an horticulturist.
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Mary had never worn a sari before.
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My sister is three years older than I am.
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Tom and Mary live in a restored medieval castle.
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I hit the gym two or three times a week.
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Tom is loyal to his friends.
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My daughter is three years old.
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Tom was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor.
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Tom stuck out his tongue to try and catch snowflakes.
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Is Tom the one?