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Do you know why Tom wasn't here yesterday?
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Have you heard about what happened to Tom?
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Please don't say anything about it to Tom.
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Have you already talked to Tom about this?
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I think Tom doesn't know where Mary lives.
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What do you think of Tom's new girlfriend?
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The truth is Tom isn't really my brother.
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Is Tom still living in the same apartment?
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When are you going to meet Tom's parents?
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Tom and Mary are at each other's throats.
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Do you think Tom will make an appearance?
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There's no use trying to reason with Tom.
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Did you notice how tired Tom looked today?
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Tom has been accused of a double homicide.
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Did you remember to give Tom the envelope?
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Yesterday Tom went to the park with Mary.
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Tom didn't have the permission to do that.
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Tom isn't going to be back until October.
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Tom isn't going to get home until Monday.
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Tom likes dogs more than he likes people.
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How long have you and Tom been roommates?
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I didn't even know Tom could speak French.
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My advice would be to ignore Tom's advice.
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Neither Tom nor Mary has ever been to Boston.
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Neither Tom nor Mary has been fired.
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Tom and Mary don't plan to stay together.
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When was the last time Tom cooked dinner?
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Tom will definitely tell Mary to do that.
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Tom was the only Canadian at the meeting.
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Tom was lucky Mary wasn't there with him.
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Tom wants to start doing that right away.
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Tom wanted to surprise you by doing that.
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Tom wanted to borrow money from me again.
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Tom wanted to be the center of attention.
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Tom thought he should do that by himself.
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Tom says he's really tired of doing that.
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Tom says he misses his wife and children.
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Tom said that Mary wasn't ready to leave.
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Tom said he didn't think it was possible.
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Somebody told me Tom has moved to Boston.
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Somebody is waiting for Tom on the porch.
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I wonder whether Tom is dangerous or not.
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I wonder whether or not Tom has resigned.
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I think Tom will likely be there tonight.
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Have you been in contact with Tom lately?
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Both Tom and Mary were a little confused.
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Tom and Mary were both a little confused.
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Both Tom and Mary turned around to watch.
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Both Tom and Mary know what you're doing.
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Tom and Mary both know what you're doing.
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Both Tom and Mary have broken their arms.
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Tom and Mary have both broken their arms.
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Both Tom and Mary are still under thirty.
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Tom and Mary are both still under thirty.
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Tom and Mary are both good chess players.
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Tom doesn't ever kiss his wife in public.
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Tom didn't know how sick Mary really was.
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Tom and Mary work in the same department.
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Tom and Mary want to get married someday.
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Neither Tom nor Mary has been doing that.
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Mary said she knew who Tom's ex-wife was.
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Make sure Tom doesn't eat too much candy.
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I'm counting the days till Tom gets here.
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I wonder what Tom will do this afternoon.
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I think Tom won't be busy this afternoon.
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I guess that's why Tom never got married.
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I could've done that better than Tom did.
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How much chocolate do you think Tom eats?
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How many years has Tom been working here?
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How many pounds did Tom lose last summer?
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How many months has Tom been living here?
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Tom told everyone about what he had done.
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Tom is planning to go tomorrow, isn't he?
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Tom has lived by himself for three years.
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Tom is going to paint the fence tomorrow.
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Tom is going to have his house repainted.
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Tom is going to be working all afternoon.
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Tom is going to be busy tomorrow morning.
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Tom is expecting a little more than that.
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Tom is definitely never going to do that.
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Tom is afraid people might laugh at Mary.
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Tom invited too many people to his party.
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Tom hoped he could get his children back.
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Tom has decided to return home to Boston.
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Tom has been in prison for several years.
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Tom has always dreamed of being a father.
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Tom encouraged Mary to apply for the job.
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Tom said he wanted to meet Mary's family.
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Tom said he thought that Mary was hungry.
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Tom said he thought Mary would be sleepy.
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Tom said he thought Mary would be scared.
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Tom said he thought Mary would be lonely.
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Tom said he thought Mary would be hungry.
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Tom said he thought Mary would be afraid.
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Tom said he thought Mary would be absent.
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Tom said he thought Mary was still awake.
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Tom said he doesn't have very much money.
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Tom said Mary won't likely eat very much.
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Tom promised Mary he'd come to her party.
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Tom noticed that Mary wasn't in the room.
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