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Sentences in English with audio (total 471,579)

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There's still much more to do.
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Why aren't you writing?
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I'll be back home by 2:30.
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I'll come back home at 2:30.
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I don't believe that black cats cause bad luck.
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I don't believe black cats cause bad luck.
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Don't let Tom cheat you.
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This is something I didn't expect to hear.
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This is something that I didn't expect to hear.
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I don’t think I'll succeed.
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I'm just as hurt as you are.
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I'm just as hurt as you.
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Maybe you're right and I'm wrong.
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Let me know when you're going to leave.
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I don't think you can help me.
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I won't be fooled.
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Tom's phone number is unlisted.
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I can't believe Tom just did this.
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Tom's father caught him by the scruff of the neck.
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Tom burst into a fit of uncontrollable laughter.
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Tom started going to the gym.
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Tom found that his vacation ended all too quickly.
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Tom found an envelope taped to his locker.
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Tom got a haircut and some new glasses.
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Tom was invited to the ball.
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Tom drew a snowman.
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Tom has experienced many failed relationships.
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Tom was the only reporter on the scene of the crime.
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Tom neatly folded the letter and slipped it into the envelope.
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Tom flew into an uncontrollable rage.
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Tom's eyes flashed with anger.
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Tom folded his arms across his chest.
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Tom curled up into a ball.
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Tom curled up into a tight ball.
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Tom rolled onto his belly.
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Tom's eyes gradually became accustomed to the darkness.
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Tom's company went on a firing spree.
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Tom poked at his food with his fork.
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Tom bent over and tried to touch his toes.
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Tom slapped his forehead with his hand.
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Tom placed the dishtowel over his shoulder.
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Tom checked his email on his laptop.
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Tom checked his email on his phone.
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Tom has many admirable qualities.
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Tom attracts women like moths to a flame.
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Tom did a victory lap around the field.
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Tom wasn't particularly pleased.
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Tom's parents weren't particularly pleased.
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Tom went to a thrift store.
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Tom heard a strange noise during the night. It seemed to be coming from the kitchen.
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Tom sensed that he had hit a raw nerve.
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Tom is the heir to a large fortune.
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Tom never bothered to learn the local language.
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It was the boldest thing that Tom had ever done.
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That was the way Tom was raised.
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Tom was carried off the ice on a stretcher.
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Tom twisted in pain as he held his knee close to his chest.
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Tom made a veiled threat.
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Tom peeled the mango.
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Tom sat in the dentist’s chair.
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Tom played a song on his guitar.
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Tom and John are about the same size.
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Tom's life was thrown into turmoil.
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Tom listened to an audiobook.
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Tom is listening to an audiobook­.
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Tom wanted to know what it was like.
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Tom was blinded by the sunlight.
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Tom was blinded by the sunlight when he stepped out of the house.
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Tom wanted it to be over as soon as possible.
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Tom just wanted it to be over as soon as possible.
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Tom just wanted all this to be over as soon as possible.
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Tom seemed to attract women like moths to a flame.
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Mary fixed her hair in front of the mirror.
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Mary bought some nail polish.
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When Tom left her, Mary was devastated.
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Tom and Mary enjoyed a romantic dinner.
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Tom and Mary enjoyed a romantic evening by the fireplace.
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Tom stroked Mary's hair.
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Tom and Mary enjoyed a romantic meal.
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Tom and Mary declared their undying love for one another.
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Tom and Mary declared their undying love for each other.
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Tom knew deep inside that Mary was right.
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Tom and Mary were happy until John came around.
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Tom stared at Mary as if she was speaking a foreign language.
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Mary is a lovely young woman.
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Tom had never imagined that Mary would react this way.
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After having experienced many failed relationships, Tom finally met Mary.
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Tom began to question Mary's sanity.
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Tom hung on Mary's every word.
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Tom draped his arms protectively over Mary's shoulders.
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Tom was sending Mary mixed signals.
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Tom and Mary stood in the moonlight.
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Tom was trying to cheer Mary up.
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Tom sent Mary a picture of his new kitten.
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Tom sent Mary a picture of his kitten.
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Tom sent Mary a picture of the kitten.
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Mary fished out her phone from her purse.
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Tom kept texting Mary, but she didn't respond.
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Tom rejected Mary's advances.
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Tom made a joke at Mary's expense.