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Sentences with audio (total 807,271)

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I doubt that Tom will be surprised.
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I doubt that Tom knows how to fish.
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I doubt that I can get Tom to swim.
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Tell Tom he should visit Australia.
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Tom is sorry he caused you trouble.
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Tell Tom I'm sorry that I hurt him.
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There's no doubt Tom poisoned Mary.
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I doubt Tom will be home on Monday.
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I doubt Tom will run for president.
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Everybody assumed Tom was Canadian.
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I figured that Tom probably did it.
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I figured that Tom would like Mary.
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I assume that Tom is up to no good.
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OK, let's assume that you're right.
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I think Tom isn't in Australia now.
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I think Tom is back from Australia.
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I think Tom has to go to Australia.
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I wonder how Tom went to Australia.
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I want to go to Australia with Tom.
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I need to go to Australia with Tom.
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I know why Tom stayed in Australia.
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Tom is going to arrange everything.
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Tom is a reckless driver, isn't he?
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I need to talk to Tom for a minute.
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Tom is going to be drunk as always.
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It was Tom who bought this for you.
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Tom is going to be grouchy all day.
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Tom is a retired dentist, isn't he?
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Tom is going to be hard to replace.
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Tom decided not to go to Australia.
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Tom came to Australia to meet Mary.
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Tom said he thinks that he can win.
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Tom said he knew that he could win.
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Tom said he knew that I was coming.
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Tom said he doubted Mary would win.
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Tom doesn't often admit he's wrong.
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Tom admits that he often does that.
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Tom admits he stole Mary's jewelry.
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Tom admits that he was overwhelmed.
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Tom admitted that he despised Mary.
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Tom admitted that he despises Mary.
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Tom admitted he hadn't been honest.
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Tom admitted he hadn't been polite.
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Tom admitted he wasn't really hurt.
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Tom admitted he wasn't really rich.
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I doubt that Tom will wait for you.
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I doubt that Tom will visit Boston.
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Tom doesn't know I wish he'd leave.
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Tom didn't want to make Mary angry.
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Tom didn't like the song Mary sang.
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Tom didn't like the joke Mary told.
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Tom didn't know you would be there.
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Tom didn't know you wanted to stay.
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Tom didn't know Mary was in Boston.
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Tom realized Mary couldn't do that.
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Tom won't even know that I'm there.
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Tom was too shy to talk to anybody.
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Tom was the only one drinking beer.
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Tom was paid more than he expected.
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Tom was paid less than he expected.
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Tom was only thirteen at that time.
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Tom was just thirteen at that time.
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Tom was aware he was being watched.
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Tom took his children to the beach.
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Tom told Mary he didn't have a car.
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Tom thought the price was too high.
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Tom thinks what Mary did was wrong.
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Tom showed his ID to the bartender.
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Tom said we should stop doing this.
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Tom said he'd given a book to Mary.
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Tom said he wanted to learn French.
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Tom said he wanted to buy that bag.
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Tom said he needed to learn French.
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Tom said Mary died on October 20th.
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Tom realized that I should do that.
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Tom realized that I had to do that.
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Tom may do whatever he wants to do.
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Tom knew Mary used to be a teacher.
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Tom is way more outgoing than Mary.
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Tom is much better looking than me.
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Tom is always emailing jokes to me.
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Tom hopes he doesn't botch the job.
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Tom hates being treated like a kid.
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Tom hasn't yet come down for lunch.
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Tom hasn't come down for lunch yet.
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Tom has gained ten kilos this year.
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Tom has decided he's going to stay.
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Tom has been here longer than Mary.
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Tom has already said he'll help us.
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Tom had no idea Mary was in Boston.
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Tom had no idea Mary felt that way.
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Tom is coming for dinner, isn't he?
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Tom is coming right back, isn't he?
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Tom is determined to win, isn't he?
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Tom is doing a great job, isn't he?
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Tom is doing much better, isn't he?
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My mother was afraid I'd get dirty.
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Pick up some milk on your way home.
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Mary told me that she was pregnant.
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God is always watching over us.