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Sentences with audio (total 734,812)

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I heard Tom partied all night.
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Tom wasn't having a great time.
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Tom thought that he was being followed.
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Tom looked bored stiff.
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Tom isn't used to working with others.
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Tom was caught sleeping on the job.
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Tom gave some chocolate to the crying child.
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Tom was a very noisy kid.
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Tom refused to pay the cab driver.
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Tom says he almost never has more than three hundred dollars on him.
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Tom says that he usually has at least three hundred dollars in his wallet.
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Tom says he usually has at least three hundred dollars in his wallet.
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Tom tried to act normal, but you could tell from his facial expression and demeanor that he was seething with rage.
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Tom will have to undergo several months of rehabilitation after leaving the hospital.
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Tom says that he almost never has more than three hundred dollars on him.
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Tom wasn't questioned by the FBI.
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I have to write this report in French.
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It may not work.
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Tom wasn't born in this hospital, but his younger brother was.
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It's probably not all that important.
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The winner was a Canadian.
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If that doesn't work, call me.
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Witnesses are asked to call the police.
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Maybe we should call the police.
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People don't know who to call.
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Tom isn't alone in the cave.
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Who cuts your hair?
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Don't talk about my family like that.
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Winter will soon be over.
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We know we have work to do.
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Tom wasn't wearing a blue shirt.
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Never lie to us again.
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I hope you're not serious.
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Let's talk about it when I get back.
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Tom wasn't a member of the choir.
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Tom wasn't in Boston at the time.
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I didn't know who'd done this.
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Big fish eat the small ones.
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The person sitting next to me started talking to me.
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When and where was Napoleon defeated?
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Let's go to the fair.
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Let's go to the circus.
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I think that that's very important.
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I think that's very important.
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I think that's all very important.
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I think that that's all very important.
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I thought you would laugh.
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No one wanted to talk.
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We don't really talk about that.
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The man I talked to on the bus said he'd been to Australia three times.
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Are you kids tired?
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Are you children tired?
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Are you boys tired?
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Are you girls tired?
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The notice on the door was in a language that I didn't know.
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The notice on the door was in a language I didn't know.
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I don't really know much about Tom.
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Do you do a lot of things with your children?
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Do you do a lot of things with your kids?
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Do you do a lot with your children?
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Do you do a lot with your kids?
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Mary isn't exactly what I'd call beautiful.
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That isn't what people normally say.
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Tom said Mary shouldn't be there.
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Tom said that Mary shouldn't be there.
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Australia was fantastic.
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I knew something like this might happen.
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I knew that something like this might happen.
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Tom heard the phone ringing and ran to get it.
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The mystery is still unsolved.
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You should've done it yesterday.
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I've never been this drunk before.
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Tom's dog is blind.
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Tom wasn't suspended from school.
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Tom was thinking about his children.
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There was still a lot of work to do.
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Tom was able to answer my question.
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We got a call from Tom about three hours ago.
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People don't know where to call.
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We ate dinner late because Tom got caught in a traffic jam.
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Tom thinks vaping is safer than smoking cigarettes, but Mary isn't so sure.
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Tom thinks that vaping is safer than smoking cigarettes, but Mary isn't so sure.
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Tom said that he had half a mind to quit his job and hitchhike around Australia.
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Tom said he had half a mind to quit his job and hitchhike around Australia.
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Tom painted the house as a surprise for Mary, but she didn't like the color.
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What a smart aleck!
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Tom likes all types of music, but classical music is his favorite.
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Tom's kids have a lot more toys than he had when he was young.
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Tom's children have a lot more toys than he had when he was young.
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Tom suddenly realized that what he was doing was very dangerous.
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Tom suddenly realized what he was doing was very dangerous.
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I thought you knew that already.
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I thought that you knew that already.
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I thought you already knew that.
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I thought that you already knew that.
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I thought you wanted me here.
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I thought that you wanted me here.
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I have some questions I want to ask you.
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I don't think that anyone would wait that long.
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I don't think anyone would wait that long.