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Sentences in English with audio (total 494,332)

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Record this.
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Use my phone.
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I hate bowling.
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I hate fishing.
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Send me a message.
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The shop is closed.
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Be very brief, please.
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Stop clapping.
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It was completely dark.
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Dinner's in the oven.
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Are we going to die?
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Are you all deaf?
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Take another picture.
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Get behind me.
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I need a blackboard.
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I respect my teachers.
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I had great teachers.
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Your teacher called me.
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My teacher hates me.
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I lied to the teacher.
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It's made of steel.
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Our teacher was strict.
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My dog is barking.
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Hand me the shovel.
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Is that a real word?
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Don't cry, please.
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Make us some tea.
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I hope this helps you.
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What was your plan?
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I'm going swimming.
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I hate swimming.
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I hate hunting.
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These dogs are mine.
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These pencils are mine.
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These crayons are mine.
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I became a cop.
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Cancel that.
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It's a holiday.
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I hope I don't say anything stupid.
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I want to be a stay-at-home dad.
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I have something that I need to give you.
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I have something I need to give you.
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When was the last time that you had a cold?
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Did you have a good time at the party last night?
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Did you have a good time fishing?
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I now understand why Tom didn't want to come.
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I now see why Tom didn't want to come.
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I now understand why Tom didn't want to do this with us.
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There are a lot of beautiful places to see around here.
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There are a lot of beautiful places to see in Australia.
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Tom is up in his room taking a nap now.
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Have you done everything on your list?
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What's the deepest lake in the world?
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There are three bedrooms in our house.
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How many rooms does your new apartment have?
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Don't get smart with me.
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What do you do when you want to unwind?
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Tom was sleeping on that bench over there not too long ago.
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I'm not interested in visiting Australia.
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There's nothing more important than this.
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Tom isn't playing the piano now, but he was not too long ago.
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You can never have too much of a good thing.
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Tom is supposed to already know that.
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It's important to know your own weaknesses.
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Where are you planning to stay while you're in Boston?
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I wasn't able to go fishing last weekend.
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How many rooms does your new house have?
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I think that I now have enough money to buy the car I want.
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I think I now have enough money to buy the car I want.
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I'm happy to say that we were able to do that.
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I'm happy to say we were able to do that.
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What were your best subjects in high school?
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My three sons still live in Australia.
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What did you do the last time you were here?
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Why did you ask Tom to do that for you?
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Have you ever tried doing this a different way?
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I have something interesting to show you.
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I have something interesting to tell you.
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Tom is one of Mary's friends, isn't he?
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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?