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Sentences with audio (total 824,783)

eng
This is Tom's cell.
eng
Can you identify the man who did this to you?
eng
Please check your internet connection.
eng
I couldn't do any research because the internet was down.
eng
I downloaded the file to my computer.
eng
I saved it to my flash drive.
eng
I bought an external hard drive.
eng
It's too humid.
eng
It's too humid where I live.
eng
I don't know what day it is.
eng
The stickers don't stick.
eng
The mug is chipped.
eng
The shirt is stained.
eng
My jeans are torn.
eng
I'm a strong man.
eng
These men are beekeepers.
eng
You're a real man.
eng
Men know why.
eng
What do men lie about?
eng
Belief in yourself is the key to success.
eng
I didn't mean you.
eng
I need some time to think it over.
eng
You never respond to my texts.
eng
That wasn't very nice of you to say.
eng
Who moved my books?
eng
I left my book here and now it's gone.
eng
Did you take my book?
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Give me my book back.
eng
We didn't hear what you just said.
eng
We didn't hear what you were saying.
eng
We couldn't hear what you said.
eng
We couldn't hear what you were saying.
eng
Does anyone here know this guy?
eng
It was quite the spectacle.
eng
What's the verdict?
eng
Where's the stroller?
eng
Do you have permission to be here?
eng
I don't like exercising.
eng
I go to bed late.
eng
I think it's impolite to do that.
eng
Don't use your phone while driving.
eng
Watch the road!
eng
It's not as dangerous as you might think.
eng
I always stay up late.
eng
Stop yawning.
eng
It's OK to be weird.
eng
You don't own that.
eng
You didn't invent that.
eng
Where's Tom going this afternoon?
eng
There are papayas in the basket.
eng
I'll speak slowly.
eng
I'll do it slowly.
eng
I take it for granted that you'll pass the exam.
eng
The blackbirds' feathers are black.
eng
The bowl is white.
eng
The bowl is filled with water.
eng
The bowl is filled with milk.
eng
Has it cooled off yet?
eng
I just saw your text.
eng
I didn't see your text.
eng
The men are talking.
eng
Men are cruel.
eng
These men are dangerous.
eng
The man fits the description.
eng
Come over here! There's a seat free.
eng
Tom was there before everyone else.
eng
Doesn't it smell wonderful here?
eng
This window doesn't shut properly.
eng
This window doesn't shut tight.
eng
This window doesn't shut well.
eng
We simply couldn't find anything.
eng
The town is situated on a slope.
eng
We've had exceptionally low temperatures for a whole week.
eng
That's almost right.
eng
We're beginning a long and difficult job.
eng
We're at the start of a long and difficult job.
eng
The ship left port.
eng
A half-eaten apple lay beside the kitchen sink.
eng
An apple, half eaten, lay beside the kitchen sink.
eng
Vets treat animals.
eng
We've already been here a few hours.
eng
We've already been here for a few hours.
eng
A large crowd was gathering in the park.
eng
I accidentally locked my keys in the car.
eng
We keep a spare key hidden under our doormat.
eng
Tom makes fun of everything.
eng
I'm starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel.
eng
Tom wouldn't tell us what was going on.
eng
A bus blocked the road.
eng
I was woken up by the buzzing of a bumblebee.
eng
I'm not going to tell you what it is.
eng
Don't trust politicians.
eng
The farm is surrounded by a stone wall.
eng
Tom said that he was sick and tired of it.
eng
I've been burnt out for a while now.
eng
I'm starting to think this was a bad idea.
eng
I'm starting to think that this was a bad idea.
eng
I'm starting to get it.
eng
You sang some beautiful songs.
eng
Maybe it's all just a waste of time.