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Sentences with audio (total 547,481)

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You're the only person that I know who likes getting up early in the morning.
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You're the only person that I know who never complains about the food here.
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You're the only person that I know who has ever visited Boston.
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You're the only person I know who has ever visited Boston.
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You're the only person I know who doesn't like bananas.
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You're the only person that I know who can't swim.
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You're the only Canadian I know who doesn't like bacon.
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You're the only Canadian that I know who doesn't like bacon.
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You're the only person I know who owns a gun.
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You never look angry, even though I know sometimes you are.
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It means a lot to me to know you want me to stay.
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It means a lot to me to know you care.
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It means a lot to me to know that you care.
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It means a lot to me to know you love me.
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It means a lot to me to know that you love me.
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It means a lot to me to know you did that just for me.
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It means a lot to me to know that you did that just for me.
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Whatever happens, I want you to know I love you.
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At first, I didn't know my leg was broken.
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Since I used to live in Boston, I know that city pretty well.
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You'll never love me as much as I love you.
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If you need a pen, I can lend you one.
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That's something I try not to think about.
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The first girl I ever kissed was Mary.
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Yesterday, you promised you'd do that for me.
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This is something I have to do by myself.
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It's everything that I could've hoped for.
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If there's something bothering you, you need to tell me.
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Let me think it over for a little bit.
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Don't worry. I'll come up with something.
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The boy who's swimming over there with Mary is my younger brother.
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I think that package is for Tom.
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Tell me a little about your trip.
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What I want to eat now is a sandwich.
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Those who know me know I can't speak French.
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Those who know me know that I can't speak French.
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Those who know me know I can't do that.
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Those who know me know that I can't do that.
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Those who know me know I won't do that.
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Those who know me know that I won't do that.
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Those who know me know I'm pretty good at doing that.
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Those who know me know I'm pretty good at chess.
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Those who know me know that I'm pretty good at chess.
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I forgot to tell Tom and Mary to bring their lunch.
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Tom had to keep his relationship with Mary a secret.
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Tom hired a local contractor to remodel his kitchen.
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Tom seldom makes mistakes when he's speaking French.
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Tom looked like he was about to jump out the window.
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Tom played with the food on his plate with his fork.
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Tom suspects that Mary and I are plotting something.
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Tom's room is at the end of the hall, on the right.
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Tom and I are planning on going to Boston together.
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Tom and I are planning on going to Boston next fall.
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Both Tom and I came to Boston when we were children.
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Tom said he didn't know Mary couldn't speak French.
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Tom says he didn't know Mary couldn't speak French.
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I never thought Tom would come back to Boston again.
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Did you know Tom was going to go to Boston tomorrow?
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This is the first time Tom has ever been in Boston.
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I never told Tom I didn't know how to speak French.
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I don't think Tom has studied French for very long.
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Tom should've learned French when he had the chance.
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Tom should've stayed in Boston for a few more days.
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Tom said he didn't want to ever go to Boston again.
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Tom thought Mary would be in Boston for three weeks.
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Tom says he knows Mary can't speak French very well.
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Tom said he thought Mary wasn't very good at French.
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Tom said Mary was going to go to Boston to see John.
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Tom said Mary should've stayed in Boston all summer.
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Tom said Mary would probably go to Boston with him.
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Tom said Mary is going to go to Boston to see John.
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I wonder if Tom knows that Mary can't speak French.
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Tom and Mary played a board game with their friends.
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There's a white van parked in front of Tom's house.
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Tom said that he wanted to talk to me after school.
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I don't want Tom to know. This has to be our secret.
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Tom filled his bucket with sand and turned it over.
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Tom is a gang member. You should stay away from him.
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Tom, weren't you supposed to invite only one friend?
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You're one of Tom's friends from school, aren't you?
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Tom, what's wrong? Are you in some kind of trouble?
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There's something I've been wanting to ask you, Tom.
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Tom wore a yellow T-shirt with a smiley face on it.
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I doubt that Tom will come to Australia this year.
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I doubt Tom will want to go to Australia with you.
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I don't think Tom will ever come back to Australia.
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I don't think Tom will be in Australia next winter.
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I don't think Tom will be in Australia next summer.
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I don't think Tom will be in Australia next spring.
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I don't think that Tom should go back to Australia.
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I don't think that Tom lives in Australia anymore.
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I don't think Tom knows Mary is still in Australia.
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I don't think that Tom knows Mary is in Australia.
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I don't think that Tom knows anybody in Australia.
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I don't think that Tom knows a lot about Australia.
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I don't think that Tom is back from Australia yet.
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I don't think that Tom has ever been to Australia.
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I don't think that Tom was in Australia last week.
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I expect that Tom will go to Australia next month.
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Tom says he's going to go to Boston with Mary.