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Sentences with audio (total 695,128)

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What are some of the differences between dictatorships and monarchies?
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I sometimes forget to brush my teeth after breakfast.
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You need to pay another three dollars.
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I wonder why Tom didn't want to come to Boston with us.
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What did you do the last time you were in Boston?
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I'm going to try doing that by myself.
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Would you rather eat an apple or a pear?
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Which do you like better, apples or pears?
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It's no use trying to convince Tom to help you.
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Tom and Mary have been playing tennis since 2:30.
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We should be finished doing this by 2:30.
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It may snow this afternoon.
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Tom will be excused, but Mary won't be.
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What do you think of Tom's guitar playing?
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I'd like to visit Australia some day.
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At this time, I'm not sure whether I'll go to college or get a job.
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Let's roll up our sleeves and get to work.
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Interestingly enough, that's exactly what happened.
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What would you like to do while you're in Australia?
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Tom seemed to be glad that Mary was there.
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What did you do that last time you were in Australia?
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What would you like to do while you're here in Australia?
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My suitcase isn't as heavy as it looks.
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I went fishing three times last month.
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Please tell me how to get to the station.
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Tom wants to know more about Australia.
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I'm sorry to be calling you so late at night.
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Mary is starting to look a lot like her mother.
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That was the first time I'd ever heard Tom sing.
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Is it true that cheese is made from milk?
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I hope that it'll be fine tomorrow.
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Would it be OK if I opened the window?
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What's the difference between a dictatorship and a monarchy?
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What are some of the differences between a dictatorship and a monarchy?
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Tom asked me why Mary was so unhappy.
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What time will I need to get up tomorrow morning?
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What time do I have to get up tomorrow morning?
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I don't have enough money to buy food for my family.
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Tom will be here in Boston next Monday.
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Tom got paid a lot less than he expected.
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Tom didn't get paid as much as he expected.
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Tom got paid more than he expected to be paid.
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I had to make some difficult decisions.
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I had to make a number of difficult decisions.
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Did you make a list of things you want to buy?
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Have you made a list of things that you want to buy?
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Have you made a list of things you want to buy?
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Tom is usually reasonable, but Mary isn't.
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Tom is always respectful, but Mary isn't.
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Tom will likely be the last one off the plane.
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Tom will probably be the last one off the plane.
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Have you made a list of everything you need?
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I think Tom was too afraid to say anything.
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I wouldn't be surprised if it snows tonight.
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I want to come back here at least one more time before I die.
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Do you usually put mustard on a ham and cheese sandwich?
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If you help me, I'll be able to finish this much sooner.
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If you help me, I'll be able to finish this much faster.
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Tom is probably about thirteen years old now.
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Tom wasn't surprised that Mary won the race.
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Tom is too busy to help me do that right now.
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Did you make a list of the things that you want to buy?
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Tom refused to answer all my questions.
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Tom didn't even answer one of my questions.
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I'd like to discuss this with my wife before making a decision.
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I'd like to know more about this place.
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Could you water my plants while I'm away?
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I've decided not to watch this movie.
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I'm not the one who chose this color.
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I'm not going to talk about that today.
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Would you like to come along with us?
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No one knew my real name when I was in college.
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Nobody knew my real name when I was in college.
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I haven't told anyone in my class where I'm from.
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I haven't told anybody in my class where I'm from.
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I haven't told anyone in my class what my real name is.
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I haven't told anybody in my class what my real name is.
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Tom will be the last person to speak.
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Tom doesn't seem to know much about Boston.
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Tom will be with his friends all day.
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Would it be OK if I slept on your sofa tonight?
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Platypuses aren't the only mammals that lay eggs.
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The average weight of a male wolf is 40 kilograms.
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What kind of fruit do you want me to buy?
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When are you planning on moving?
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What are you excited about?
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What are you so excited about?
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I had a lot to do last week.
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Tom got shot twice in the abdomen.
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This is the first time that I've ever tried this.
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This is the first time I've ever tried this.
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My toolbox is in the back of my truck.
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Tom seemed very reluctant to do that.
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I didn't expect that from you.
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Do you think that you could help me clean my room?
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Do you think you could help me clean my room?
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Tom wasn't aware he was being watched.
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My birthday is on a Monday this year.
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Do you remember where you last saw Tom?
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I have something that I need to do after work today.