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Tom has been drinking a lot since his divorce.
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Tom wants to learn how to play the xylophone.
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Tom is still too young to tie his own shoes.
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Tom doesn't have enough credits to graduate.
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Tom wants to know what he's supposed to do.
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Tom didn't know who had written the letter.
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This umbrella is mine and that one's Tom's.
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Tom lives in a small house on Park Street.
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Tom is the boy who stole Mary's bicycle.
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I'll be at Tom's for at least three hours.
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Tom will be here for another three weeks.
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Tom spends a third of his salary on rent.
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I'll meet Tom at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon.
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Tom worked for us for about three years.
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Tom is still too young to dress himself.
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Tom is in Boston attending a conference.
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The only person I know in Boston is Tom.
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Has Tom been doing that for a long time?
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Tom worked there for about three years.
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Tom will be thirty years old on Monday.
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Tom spilled a little wine on his shirt.
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Tom shouldn't listen to what Mary says.
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Tom often needs help with his homework.
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The only person who can do that is Tom.
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Tom is helping Mary with her homework.
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Tom got in through an unlocked window.
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Tom ended up moving back to Australia.
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I'm not sure why Tom wants to do that.
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I probably won't drink as much as Tom.
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I haven't heard anything from Tom in a long time.
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Tom didn't like the apartment he used to live in.
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Tom and Mary walked down the street holding hands.
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I can understand why Tom wouldn't want to do that.
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I'm going to the hospital this afternoon to visit Tom.
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I'll use the wood I got from Tom to make a bookcase.
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What Tom does in his free time is none of my business.
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Your suggestion that we should help Tom is a good one.
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The possibility that Tom might do that worried Mary.
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Tom took his glasses out of his pocket and put them on.
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I assumed that Tom wouldn't do that.
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I really thought that Tom was going to do that.
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Tom is expecting someone, isn't he?
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Tom is expecting somebody, isn't he?
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When was Tom released from prison?
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I don't think that Tom is planning on doing that.
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If Tom had had time to do that, I'm he sure would've.
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I'm surprised Tom can't speak French.
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Tom isn't a very good driver, is he?
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Do you think that Tom would like to do that?
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Tom and Mary showed me the letter they received from John.
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Tom and Mary showed me the letter that they received from John.
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Tom knows Mary doesn't like it.
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Tom and Mary told me they were very poor.
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Tom called Mary to say that he'd be late.
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Tom talked to Mary, didn't he?
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I think everyone here knows Tom.
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I don't think Tom told Mary the truth about what happened.
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I doubt that Tom will tell Mary what really happened.
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Do you really think that Tom told Mary the truth?
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I wonder whether Tom will tell Mary the truth.
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Tom wanted people to like him.
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Tom crossed the river by jumping from rock to rock.
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Tom is a college freshman.
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I wonder why Tom asked me those questions.
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I'm positive that Tom has done that.
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Tom won't go to work today.
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Do we need to tell Tom what to do?
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We're still hoping Tom will get better.
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We're too busy for that, Tom.
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We're short of time, Tom.
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Tom would've done that by now if he'd known how to.
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Tom is kind to everyone, isn't he?
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Tom is kind to everybody, isn't he?
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Perhaps Tom won't be here today.
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That's Tom's umbrella, not mine.
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Those three suitcases are Tom's.
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Tom and Mary were holding hands.
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Tom felt somebody touch his arm.
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Tom gave his seat to an old man.
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Tom is wearing motorcycle boots.
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Tom rarely eats with his family.
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Tom sent Mary some love letters.
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Tom taught me to play that song.
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Tom told Mary about his project.
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Tom wanted to have a little fun.
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Tom works in a department store.
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Tom's father is waiting for him.
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I could've sworn I saw Tom there.
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Tom can probably understand this.
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Tom couldn't see who was talking.
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Tom felt something touch his arm.
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Tom left Boston a few months ago.
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Tom spent the whole day studying.
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Tom will stay with us all summer.
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I wonder how Tom feels about that.
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I'll be seeing Tom this afternoon.
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Perhaps Tom has already done that.
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Perhaps Tom won't want to do that.
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Tom found a purse on the sidewalk.
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Tom gave us a ride to the station.