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Sentences in unknown with audio (total 804,838)

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Tom is a rather handsome man.
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We don't want to lose our credibility.
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We just ignore Tom.
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What did Tom steal from you?
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When did you begin working here?
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We want to live in Boston.
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Tom is a weird kid.
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We surprised Tom.
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The back door was wide open.
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We'll pray for Tom.
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I heard a car door open and close.
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We sat next to Tom.
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I showed Tom some pictures that I like.
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I know Tom didn't want to eat that.
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Tom wasn't able to run any faster.
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Tom's car had no license plates.
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Tom never puts sugar in his coffee.
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I don't think I'm better than Tom.
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Tom knew exactly what they needed.
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I didn't know that Tom was awake.
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Tom used to go to church every week.
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Tom isn't old enough to get married.
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Why don't we see how well Tom does?
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Why don't we see what Tom can do?
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Why don't we go to Tom's office?
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Why don't we ask Tom to sing a song?
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Why don't we give Tom some privacy?
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Why don't we wait till Tom wakes up?
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Why don't we ask Tom about that?
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Why don't we tell Tom the truth?
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Why don't we visit Tom sometime?
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Why don't we discuss that with Tom?
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Why don't we visit Tom this weekend?
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Why don't we go visit Tom in Boston?
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Why don't we go swimming with Tom?
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Tom left the bar after midnight.
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We shouted at Tom.
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Why don't we eat out for a change?
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Mary is a wealthy woman.
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That isn't Tom's real accent.
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I'd like to lose a little weight.
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Tom is my new roommate.
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That isn't the way that I do that.
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That isn't the way I do that.
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That investment is losing money.
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We know it's Tom.
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This is the best spaghetti I've ever eaten.
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Tom's idea isn't a very good one.
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Tom and Mary both sipped their tea.
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Did Tom want us to wait for him?
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Tom knelt beside the injured man.
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No one could answer Tom's question.
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Nobody could answer Tom's question.
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Tom painted the front door green.
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I don't know when Tom left Boston.
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Tom's best friend is his computer.
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Which cemetery was Tom buried in?
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Who's the girl sitting next to Tom?
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Tom's studio smells like turpentine.
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Tom often finishes Mary's sentences.
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Tom likes dipping cookies in milk.
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Do you know when Tom left Boston?
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Who's the lady Tom is speaking to?
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Why don't we try asking Tom again?
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Why don't we try asking Tom first?
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Why don't we buy this cap for Tom?
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Why don't we buy a bicycle for Tom?
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Why don't we buy a pony for Tom?
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You'd better help Tom with that.
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Would it be OK if Tom came, too?
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Who was Tom supposed to work for?
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Who's the woman sitting next to Tom?
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Do you know where Tom plays golf?
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I'll stop by Tom's on my way home.
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Do you ever take walks with Tom?
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I don't want Tom to come with us.
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Which umbrellas are Tom's and yours?
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Tom had never eaten raw fish before.
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I've never heard Tom yell at anyone.
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Didn't you know Tom couldn't drive?
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Tom didn't offer us anything new.
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Tom is in trouble with his parents.
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Why did you not explain it to Tom?
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Tom will help us when he comes back.
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Tom bent down and picked up a stone.
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Tom loves talking about languages.
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The book Tom lent me was interesting.
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Why didn't you explain that to Tom?
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Our quarrel is with Tom, not you.
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Tom had no clue what was going on.
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Tom backed away, trembling with fear.
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Tom slid the envelope under the door.
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Tom delivers hot meals to old people.
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Tom told everyone he had done that.
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Tom wanted us to be there with him.
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What Tom is doing is very unnerving.
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Tom needed to get his car repaired.
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Tom is always messing with my stuff.
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Tom won't have lunch with us today.
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Tom refused to acknowledge defeat.