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Sentences with audio (total 826,573)

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All of us need jobs.
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With trembling hands, Tom tried to light the match.
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The full moon illuminated the garden.
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Tom is a law-abiding gun owner.
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No matter what Tom says, remain calm.
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No matter what Tom says, stay calm.
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This is a gag gift that somebody gave me.
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Suddenly, the door swung open, and Tom walked in.
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The door's latch is bent.
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There was only a flimsy latch on the gate.
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You'll eventually get the attention you crave.
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Tom heard a pop.
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A hip injury three years ago is the reason Tom limps.
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Tom often drops in to see us.
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We're cutting our trip short.
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We need to buy stamps.
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That's not the main reason why Tom ought to have done that.
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It's got to be done immediately.
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It needs to be done immediately.
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It needs to be done right away.
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I hate to say it, but I think Tom is wrong.
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Why don't we go fishing together sometime?
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Tom knew Mary was going to see John.
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Outside, there's a long line of people waiting to get in.
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Why don't we go to a movie tomorrow night?
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Tom hopes that no one will ask him to do that.
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Tom hopes no one will ask him to do that.
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Tom hopes that nobody will ask him to do that.
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Tom hopes nobody will ask him to do that.
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Tom spends at least three hours a day riding his horse.
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Tom spends at least three hours a day on his horse.
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Tom spends at least three hours a day riding horses.
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The train was delayed for thirty minutes.
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We need to know whether Tom will help us or not.
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That's not what I expected to happen.
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Tom went to bed early because he was tired.
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Are you still studying French every day?
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Why don't we get together over Christmas?
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Tom told Mary to go to bed.
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We came here in our new car.
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I don't know if Tom is a doctor.
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Why don't we try to come up with a new plan?
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Tom knew that Mary was going to see him.
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We can't pay our rent today.
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Tom couldn't see what Mary was typing.
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I hope you already know that.
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I hope Tom gets to do what he wants.
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That isn't really necessary anymore.
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Farmers should make sure that they sow quality seeds.
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I'm sure you'll figure something out.
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The skipper's not on board the ship yet.
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The skipper hasn't boarded the ship yet.
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The forecast says it'll snow tomorrow.
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I didn't learn anything at school today.
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A truck got stuck on the railway crossing.
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I don't like cats, and neither does my brother.
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Are there any students in this class who walk to school?
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Do any of you walk to school?
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Does anyone in this class walk to school?
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I would've never expected this to happen.
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I would've never expected something like this to happen.
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I never expected something like this to happen.
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That isn't all Tom has to do.
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You must be more aggressive.
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Two families live in that house.
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Tom's house is near the sea.
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What has Tom done today?
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Can anybody tell me what's going on here?
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Can you explain why that's a problem?
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Tom looked over at us.
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Those who don't want to participate should leave the room.
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It was a pretty sight to behold.
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Some people consider sleeping a waste of time.
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Tom stood behind the locked door, trembling with fear.
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Tom isn't a twin, is he?
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Tom spends at least three hours a day in the saddle.
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Tom isn't very tech-savvy.
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I'll ask Tom to explain it to you.
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Could you explain that to Tom?
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Tom's explanation was good.
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Did you understand Tom's explanation?
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Tom explained it to me, but I didn't really understand his explanation.
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Tom shoved the envelope into his pocket.
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We haven't yet sold all of them.
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We still have a few for sale.
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How long have you been living here in Boston?
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What can you see from your bedroom window?
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Tom and Mary clinked their glasses.
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Be quiet and start studying.
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I'm named after one of my ancestors.
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We're discussing that possibility now.
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It's not better. It's just different.
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Does it often snow here in the winter?
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Do you get a lot of snow here in the winter?
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These bananas aren't very good.
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Tom and Mary were silent for a moment, sipping their coffee.
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That restraining order is still in effect.
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It's simple, isn't it?
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I hated learning French.
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My neighbors are very noisy.