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Sentences with audio (total 1,163,087)

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We were obliged to give up our plan.
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We've made a final decision.
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We should do our best.
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We were sweating in the heat.
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We lost sight of the man in the crowd.
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None of us is perfect.
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We got an early start.
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We defeated the enemy.
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This drawing is less than great. He needs to do something with the line here at the back of the leg.
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Love makes the world go round.
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Charity begins at home.
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Accept a person's love.
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I have caught a bad cold.
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I'm sorry, I have another engagement.
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I'm sorry I can't go.
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Don't be a bad boy.
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Don't you think it a bad thing?
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Is there a problem?
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No need to worry.
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You won't regret it.
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Some think it is a bad idea.
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It's very hard to get rid of bad habits.
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Bad news travels fast.
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Not bad.
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It is a white lie.
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I meant you no harm.
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Is it getting worse?
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I meant no harm.
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I got sick.
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I couldn't go out on account of the bad weather.
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Bad weather will ground the plane.
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Speak of the devil and he is sure to appear.
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I had a nightmare.
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Try to avoid bad company.
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Please shake hands.
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Give me some skin!
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Set your mind at ease.
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I feel relieved.
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You should stay in bed.
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Have a safe trip.
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Buy cheap and waste your money.
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It's not good to read in a dark room.
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Don't walk alone after dark.
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Don't go out after dark.
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Don't go out after it gets dark.
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Don't let her go out after dark.
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Come home before dark.
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Come home before it gets dark.
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I'll be back before dark.
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You'd better hurry up if you want to get home before dark.
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It's too dark to play outside.
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Something was stirring in the dark.
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Fear often exaggerates danger.
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I have no plans whatever.
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Where's the information desk?
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I'll never do this again.
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Is that all?
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Have we met before?
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Haven't we met before?
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I've always wanted to meet you.
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There used to be an old temple here.
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There used to be a store right here.
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There used to be a green field here; now there's a supermarket.
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There used to be a church here.
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It used to be thought that the earth was flat.
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I used to go fishing quite often, but now I rarely go.
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When I was a child, my mother would often read fairy tales to me.
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I'm not as rich as I was.
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We've been friends ever since.
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The committee passed the bill.
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No one can force you to do anything against your will.
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Communication takes many forms.
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She is unconscious.
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I lost consciousness.
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I'm catching on.
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Two seats were vacant.
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Is everything all right?
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I'm afraid I have an upset stomach.
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Do you feel any pain in your stomach?
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My stomach hurts.
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The pain in my stomach has gone.
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Food and clothes are necessities of life.
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Please get dressed.
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The speeding vehicle skidded and crashed head-on into the rear-end of a truck before the driver could say Jack Robinson.
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You really shouldn't use pirated software.
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Where is the lost and found?
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The doctor contemplated the difficult operation.
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The doctor advised him to ease up on alcohol.
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The doctor treated her injury.
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I think he is a doctor.
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Did you go to the doctor?
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Why not see the doctor?
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You need to see a doctor.
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Let's send for the doctor.
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You must see a doctor.
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I think you should see a doctor.
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You ought to see a doctor.
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Go and see the doctor.
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I'd like to see a doctor.
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You'd better consult your doctor.