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Sentences with audio (total 547,481)

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It's a lot of fun to listen to music.
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This made no sense to Tom.
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Your skills will get rusty if you don't use them.
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Tom appeared to be unresponsive.
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The news came as a huge shock.
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Tom is a wildlife photographer.
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The new microphone works better.
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We weren't ready for it.
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The fugitive has been caught.
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The whale shark feeds on plankton.
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The king cobra is a deadly snake.
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The two cases aren't related.
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It's Tom's turn to pay.
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It's too noisy here.
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It's not really that spicy.
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How did you find this?
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Tom had a bad experience.
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Monkeys are good at climbing.
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Squirrels are good at climbing.
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The cookies are still warm.
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Tom was fatally wounded.
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This book is very famous.
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This seems familiar.
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Drinking moonshine can cause blindness.
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It's possible to go blind from drinking moonshine.
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Moonshine can make people blind.
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Even a small amount of methanol can cause blindness.
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Methanol is also known as wood alcohol.
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These small birds move very quickly.
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These birds move very quickly.
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These birds are beautiful.
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They're very pretty.
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Tom and Mary did many activities together.
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Tom and Mary did many fun activities together.
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If you could travel to any country in the world, where would you go?
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Tom was drunk and said things that he shouldn't have.
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If you could lend me some money, I'd be very grateful.
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It's not very spicy.
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It isn't very spicy.
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These napkins are the same color, but they're not the same size.
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It's very hot this morning.
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I'm afraid I've lost it.
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I'm afraid that I've lost it.
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I have two cats. One is black and the other is white.
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I have two cats, a black one and a white one.
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I'm not a handyman.
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What's the situation like?
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This time I won't come back.
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That's a pack of lies.
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Everything you've just said isn't true.
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I found a dollar on the road.
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I bought a watch and an empty box.
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Do you want to pay with a credit card?
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The octopus is hiding in a coconut shell.
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Small things can lead to bigger things.
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What have you been doing these past few months?
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The cake is too sweet.
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I'm not sure if I knew about this or not.
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Fresh food is indeed very delicious.
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Somebody has left the window open.
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Hey! Let's start eating.
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What time was it when we entered the building?
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Are hippopotamuses harmless animals?
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It's your turn to pay.
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Tom looked at the tip of his nose.
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Tom seemed uneasy in Mary's presence.
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Tom tucked a strand of hair behind his ear.
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I don't think that this is correct.
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It's too noisy here. I can't concentrate.
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Tom said goodbye to his sister.
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Tom's silence confirmed Mary's suspicions.
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I'm writing a message to Tom.
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Tom was drunk and said things he shouldn't have said.
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Tom was drunk and said things that he shouldn't have said.
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Tom was drunk and said things he shouldn't have.
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We ran as fast as we could.
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I wonder if Tom likes dancing as much as Mary.
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I used the new corkscrew that Tom gave me to open the bottle of wine that Mary gave me.
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A bad compromise is better than a good lawsuit.
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Eat whenever you want.
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Eat whenever you want to.
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Eat wherever you want to.
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Eat wherever you like.
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Eat whenever you like.
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Eat whatever you want to.
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Could you allow me to make an observation?
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The bakery is near the butcher shop.
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There are no atheists in foxholes.
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You reason like a three-year-old.
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I gave Tom a bribe.
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I bribed Tom.
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They say that the mayor takes bribes.
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I planted a pine tree.
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One more step and you would've fallen down the stairs.
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Are you ready for an adventure?
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I've been here many times.
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I've been here a number of times.
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I haven't read all the books.
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Tom's lawyers asked the judge for a recess.
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Tom's favorite things at school are lunch and recess.