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Sentences with audio (total 678,879)

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What Tom saw really troubled him.
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What Tom and I saw surprised us.
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Someone on the subway stabbed Tom.
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Somebody on the subway stabbed Tom.
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The smell will probably annoy Tom.
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Tom is usually quite soft spoken.
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Tom has a good singing voice.
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I think that I'm losing my voice.
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Tom has a beautiful singing voice.
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Tom is sitting alone at the bar.
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Tom is sitting alone on a bench.
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Tom got there before anyone else.
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Tom is desperate to lose weight.
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We were never in any real danger.
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Tom got knifed in a street fight.
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Tom is listed among the missing.
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Tom is welcome wherever he goes.
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Tom is leaning against the fence.
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Tom was one of the people that stayed and helped clean up after the party.
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Tom was one of the ones who stayed and helped clean up after the party.
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Tom was one of the first people that I met when I moved to Boston.
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This is one of the most nicest hotels that I've ever stayed at.
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This is one of the prettiest waterfalls that I've ever seen.
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Tom was one of the soldiers we met the other day.
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Tom was one of the people who stayed and helped clean up after the party.
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We both know what we're doing.
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If Tom hadn't called me then, I might've killed myself.
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It would've been nice if Tom had listened more closely to what was said.
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Tom has gained weight since the last time you saw him.
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Even though French is Tom's native language, he often makes pronunciation mistakes.
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Tom's story isn't uncommon.
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Tom is fiercely independent.
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Don't you think Mary is cute?
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It doesn't look like Tom is having very much fun.
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I think that your talents could be put to better use.
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Don't you think Tom is a little young to be doing that?
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Mary's brother teased her about her new boyfriend.
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Tom didn't say anything, but just shook his head.
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Tom's plan almost succeeded.
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Tom's plan almost worked.
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This book has been translated into several languages.
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Your talents could be put to better use somewhere else.
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Tom's talents could be put to better use somewhere else.
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Tom has a strange accent.
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Tom has a funny accent.
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Tom was eaten by a lion.
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Tom was going to ask Mary to do that, but decided not to.
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Tom didn't want anyone to know that he couldn't understand French.
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Tom didn't want anybody to know that he couldn't understand French.
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Tom didn't want anyone to know he couldn't understand French.
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I wanted Tom to do something for me that I didn't know how to do.
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I'm sure that Tom will have a perfectly innocent explanation.
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Tom and Mary have worked together for the last three years.
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Tom and Mary have worked together for a long time.
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Tom and I talked about Mary's boyfriend for a long time.
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Tom was checking his email when he crashed into a tree.
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Do both of these sentences really mean the same thing?
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Do these two sentences really mean the same thing?
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Does Tom know Mary's last name?
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There are times when innocent people get executed.
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I haven't seen Tom today and I hope that I don't.
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Tom isn't a criminal mastermind. He's just a common thug.
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I received an email from Tom about thirty minutes ago.
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You didn't say anything to Tom about that, did you?
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Tom would've probably given me a ride if I'd asked.
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Tom asked me many questions about Boston.
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I can't find the email that Tom sent me last week.
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Tom doesn't remember what he did last night.
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This isn't the first time Tom has done this.
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Tom should've called the police right away.
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Not everything that Tom told me about Mary was true.
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If you wanted a high paying job, then why did you become a teacher?
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The best thing to do in a case like this is to be quiet.
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Tom doesn't have many Canadian friends.
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Mr. Jackson has been teaching us French for three years.
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What's it like to be the smartest person in the room?
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I was afraid that something like that would happen.
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I often write to Tom, but he never writes back.
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Tom has never written a poem.
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Tom doesn't write songs anymore.
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I've decided to eat out tonight.
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I've decided to buy that house on Park Street that we looked at last week.
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I've decided to interview for that job that you were telling me about.
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I've decided to interview for that job you were telling me about.
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Getting the right people to help us will be difficult.
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Have you ever wished that you were a better person?
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Tom admitted he'd been wrong.
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It would be a good idea to get rid of all this junk.
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We didn't want to go to Boston last summer, but we had to.
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Tom said that he'd send Mary another email.
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What kind of jewelry do you like to wear?
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That's not a risk that I'd be willing to take.
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I'm sure Tom would love to go to Boston with you.
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I'm sure that Tom would love to go to Boston with you.
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Tom never writes to me.
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Tom never writes to me anymore.
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Tom never writes anything down.
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My father has gone out to buy postcards.
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Tom is afraid he'll lose his key.