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Sentences in English with audio (total 557,485)

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Do you think you'd be able to help me?
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Do you think that you could help me?
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Tom sold his bicycle to Mary.
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It wasn't really that surprising.
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That's something that I still do.
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I can't swim, but my brother can.
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Sign up for courses on tailoring.
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I hope you know that's not true.
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Nobody noticed what was going on.
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No one noticed what was going on.
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We hope the others will join us.
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What were you and Tom discussing?
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I think Tom said something else.
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Are Tom and John identical twins?
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What do you make in this factory?
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The room is big, almost too big.
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Do I have to go to the hospital?
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You don't get very far by lying.
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This paper comes out once a week.
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You need to know when to give up.
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You may use my desk if you want.
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You shouldn't break your promise.
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I hope that you were just joking.
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The police think that you did it.
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How much did this umbrella cost?
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There weren't any signs of life.
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Tom bought a book about reptiles.
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I'm indeed relieved to hear that.
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I didn't remember to buy carrots.
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I hope Tom didn't really do that.
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I hope that one of you has a gun.
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It would be pointless to do that.
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I hope you won't have to do that.
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I hope this doesn't offend anyone
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I hope Tom gets what he deserves.
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Don't spend money you don't have.
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You said I could spend the night.
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Tom spent the night on the beach.
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Tom spends too much time at home.
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I'd love to spend some time here.
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You should buy Mary some flowers.
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We need to buy something for Tom.
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We need to buy a present for Tom.
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I've bought a really good camera.
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Maybe there's still hope for you.
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Can you help me carry these suitcases to the car?
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Your timing couldn't have been worse.
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I wonder what ever became of them.
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A full tank lasts me a week.
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I won't work today.
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Reading isn't easy.
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You must wear a suit to work.
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I'm sure it'll be over soon.
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I don't like doing it.
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I don't plan on doing it.
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I don't know how it's going to end.
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This is where I spend my time.
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I spend my summers in Boston.
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You see that, right?
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Did you lock all the doors?
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I spent a week at the beach.
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You can't spend the night here.
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These kids are happy.
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Inhale, and exhale.
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Breathe in, and breathe out.
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Keep to the right when driving.
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It's easy to learn.
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Stay in bed until next Monday.
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Dust the shelves.
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I bought a computer.
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The movie has a happy ending.
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It's too late now to be sorry.
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My brother gave me some pants.
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There was something on the road.
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Everyone, clean your rooms.
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I don't like being late.
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That house isn't for sale.
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I hope that I get to come back.
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I hope that Tom joins our team.
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I hope that you'll like Tom.
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I hope that we find Tom soon.
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I hope we find Tom soon.
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I hope that you guys had fun.
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I hope you guys had fun.
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I'd hoped that you'd understand.
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I'd hoped you'd understand.
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I hope you got a good discount.
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It seems that Tom never cries.
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I hope we can keep living here.
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I've already spent all my money.
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Tom spent all day in his room.
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I don't want to spend that much.
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Tom spends a lot of time alone.
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We spent the night at Tom's.
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Let me introduce my family.
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It was me who wanted that.
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Tom spent the night in a cave.
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We spent a week at the beach.
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Tom went on a spending spree.
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We spent the day at the fair.