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Sentences with audio (total 757,610)

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The top of Mt. Fuji is covered with snow.
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The top of Mt. Fuji was covered with snow.
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Do you require a security deposit?
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That gentleman usually wears a hat.
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I left home later than usual, but fortunately I was in time for the train.
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My father will support me financially.
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This is one thing my father left to me.
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My father was about to leave when the telephone rang.
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The house where my father was born is just around the corner.
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It has been ten years since my father passed away.
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I discussed it with my father and decided to change my job.
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The office where my father works is near the station.
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My father has gone out to buy a postcard.
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My father works for the company as an engineer.
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My father is usually at home on Sundays.
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My father died at the age of forty-nine.
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My father will retire at the age of sixty.
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My father will come home at seven.
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My father is too busy to take a walk.
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My father's hair has become white.
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This year Tom's birthday is on a Monday.
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My father and my sister are carpenters.
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My father and my mother were sitting under a tree.
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Tom and I played tennis on Monday.
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I have no complaints. As far as I'm concerned, everything is just perfect.
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There's no disgrace in being poor.
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What do you call the last day of the year?
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Sick people tend to be pessimistic.
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The goods arrived in good condition.
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The sand on the beach was white.
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The beach is swarming with people.
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I don't think being poor is anything to be ashamed of.
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The poor are not always unhappy.
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Poverty sometimes drives people to commit crimes.
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In spite of the depression, the prices of commodities are still high.
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Unfortunately, the food supplies gave out before the end of winter.
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The bad harvest caused massive food shortages.
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Strange as it may seem, nobody was injured in the fire.
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Carelessness often results in accidents.
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A careless man often makes mistakes.
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A careless person is apt to make mistakes.
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I agree with the opinion that real estate is overpriced.
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There is no cause for complaint.
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Men make houses, women make homes.
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The couple quarreled, but soon made up.
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The couple decided to adopt an orphan.
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There are many careers open to women.
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You must take off your hats in the presence of ladies.
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Wisdom is better than gold or silver.
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Wealth does not always bring us happiness.
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I couldn't attend the party on account of illness.
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The sick child sat up in bed.
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Sickness often results from eating too much.
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It was good you didn't go.
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My father sent for the family doctor.
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My father caught three fish yesterday.
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My father has been doing this job for twenty years.
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Tom just got home now.
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My father does not always walk to work.
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I've heard Tom is a good swimmer.
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Could you please turn the heat off?
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Could you please turn on the radio?
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Turn the radio on.
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Turn the radio on, please.
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I was kicked out of class by the teacher.
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I think Tom will order a hamburger.
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I've been told to cut down on salt.
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Have you ever gone to that restaurant?
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Have you ever been to that restaurant?
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Tom often forgets to turn the lights off when he leaves a room.
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Tom often forgets to turn off the lights when he leaves a room.
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I've never seen this movie before.
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Has everyone caught up?
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Has everybody caught up?
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Tom is going to make a trip to Boston
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Tom has just gotten out of the bath.
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Let's go to the river.
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Tom was about to kill me, so I shot him.
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Tom is a Canadian man.
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You shouldn't overdo it.
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Tom is wanted in Australia.
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Tom deleted the file.
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Tom has a farm.
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OK, I agree with you.
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Who's that letter addressed to?
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Tom wiped his nose.
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Tom is the one who found my cat.
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Did you buy potatoes?
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The mirror is fogged up.
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Tom became a rabbi.
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Tom was the only one who wasn't killed.
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Why do you need so much?
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Tom is still confined to bed.
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Tom's dog would never bite anyone.
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Tom won't be going to Mary's funeral.
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Does that concern you?
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Tom is sitting right there.
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Thanks for explaining this to me.
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We never talk to them.
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Tom's birthday is exactly three months after mine.