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Sentences with audio (total 734,581)

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She spoke scarcely a word of English.
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She tore the letter to pieces.
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She happened to have the day off.
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She liked tennis and became a tennis coach.
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She got out of the taxi at the department store.
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She spends a lot of time practicing the piano.
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She pulled down the blinds.
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She left France for America.
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She gave birth to a pretty baby girl last week.
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She invited us to her birthday party.
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She likes being looked at by boys.
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She may have known the answer.
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She turned down his invitation.
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She waved at me before she got on board the plane.
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She helped her father with the work in the garden.
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She went into her room to change her dress.
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She showers every morning.
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She shouldn't go out by herself at night.
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She provided the traveler with food and clothing.
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She has a rose in her hand.
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She plays the piano every day.
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He wants a watch just like yours.
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He said hello to the woman.
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He greeted the lady.
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He painted his bicycle red.
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She likes cooking for her family.
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He often attributes his failures to bad luck.
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She quit smoking.
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He's three years older than me.
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She takes a shower every morning.
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He decided to put off his departure.
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He didn't understand her joke.
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She hasn't yet heard the news.
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She has a round face.
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She spent a good deal of money on her vacation.
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She fainted when she saw blood.
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She had a happy childhood.
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She looked more beautiful than ever.
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She pretended not to hear me.
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She couldn't look me straight in the face.
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She doesn't like the way I speak.
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She revealed her secret to us.
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She majors in child psychology.
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She passed away peacefully in her sleep.
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She has never fallen in love.
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She doesn't know how to swim.
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She likes to cook for her family.
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I ordered Tom to do that for me.
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We eat meat two or three times a week.
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We're always going to be here.
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In addition to Tom, three other people were injured.
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Tom and three other people were injured.
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We might not be able to solve all our problems, but we should be able to solve some of them.
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None of us want to be here.
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Tom didn't seem to remember any of us.
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Tom spent the afternoon visiting Mary in the hospital.
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I've directed about thirty movies.
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I had a feeling Tom would be late.
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I had a feeling that Tom would be late.
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What's the best way to deal with depression?
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What's the best way to overcome depression?
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Let's pack up and leave.
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I believe Tom is honest.
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No one knows me as well as Tom does.
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Nobody knows me as well as Tom does.
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Tom seldom talks about that anymore.
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Tom and Mary have adopted three kids.
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Tom and Mary have adopted three children.
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Why hasn't the bus left yet?
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Tom and Mary traveled together around the world.
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I hope that you get here soon.
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Tom was here in Boston until the day before yesterday.
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I hear Tom has quit drinking.
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I could say that's my dream.
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I could say that that's my dream.
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This is a very useful tool.
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Did you think that the book I gave you was very useful?
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Did you think the book I gave you was very useful?
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No one was permitted to leave.
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Nobody was permitted to leave.
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Thirty people were injured.
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Thirty people were arrested.
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It was a difficult time for us.
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All we want is an opportunity.
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I think that I'm ready for that challenge.
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I think I'm ready for that challenge.
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Nothing has changed since then.
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Nothing's changed since then.
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The situation may become worse.
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I hope that the situation doesn't become worse.
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I hope the situation doesn't become worse.
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The situation hasn't changed.
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We don't have to do any more.
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We've already done our part.
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We've lost all our equipment.
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We don't have any reason to be here.
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Tom didn't tell us anything we didn't already know.
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Both of us did the same thing.
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We both did the same thing.
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Tom seems like a nice person.