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Sentences with audio (total 608,631)

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Tom knows everybody on the island.
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Tom said hi to me in French.
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Tom's French teacher called his mother to let her know that Tom had skipped his French class several times.
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Tom got to Mary's apartment at 2:30.
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Why are people staring at us?
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I've forgotten the names of Tom's sisters.
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I want to sell my farm.
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Tom has asked Mary to take care of his dog while he's in Boston.
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Tom lived just down the road from Mary.
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Tom did something he shouldn't have done.
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You paid more than you should've.
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I told you that Tom wouldn't come.
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Tom frowned, but he didn't say anything.
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Make sure that Tom doesn't see you.
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Tom and Mary are eating their sandwiches.
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Tom is pretty good at French, but he still makes a lot of mistakes.
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Tom's French pronunciation is much better than Mary's.
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Tom understands French much better than Mary.
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Tom understands French much better than Mary does.
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Tom doesn't have any trouble making himself understood in French.
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I still make a lot of mistakes in French, but people seem to be able to understand what I'm trying to say.
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I can't remember the names of Tom's sisters.
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If we finish this today, we can take tomorrow off.
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Tom winced in pain.
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I really admire Tom's ability to stay calm under pressure.
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I really admire Tom's ability to get people to do things.
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I really admire Tom's ability to get people to work together.
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I really admire the way Tom deals with difficult customers.
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I really admire Tom's ability to focus on his work, no matter what's going on around him.
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I slept in this morning.
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It's time for us to go back home.
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I can't follow what you're saying.
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I didn't follow that.
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Please explain it to me again.
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What exactly am I supposed to do?
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I don't follow what you're saying.
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I'm sorry, I don't follow you.
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I'm sorry, you've lost me.
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I'm sorry, I don't understand what you're trying to say.
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You've done a a very good job.
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You're on the right track now.
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That's not half bad.
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Nothing can stop me now.
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That's not a very good idea.
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That's a terrible idea.
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Roses are pretty flowers.
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I've already told you that a million times.
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I told you all this before.
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You've got your hat on backwards.
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You've got your shoes on the wrong feet.
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I think that you're wearing my shoes.
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I think you're wearing my shoes.
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You've got to get over there right now.
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You've got to get home as soon as you can.
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Get here as soon as you can.
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Tom speaks French with his mother and English with his father. If all three of them are speaking together, they speak French.
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Tom's closet is full of junk.
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Tom's closet is full of junk that he doesn't need.
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Tom's closet is full of junk he doesn't need.
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Tom's closet is full of stuff that he doesn't need.
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Tom's closet is full of stuff he doesn't need.
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Tom thinks his French is better than it really is.
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Tom's French pronunciation isn't as good as he thinks it is.
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Tom's French isn't as good as he thinks it is.
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My strongest language is definitely French.
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French is my stronger language.
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French is my strongest language.
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All four of my grandparents were native French speakers.
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I want you to study harder.
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Tom spent several weeks in Boston.
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Tom has no idea what's happened to Mary.
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I'd rather visit Boston.
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I'd rather not visit Boston.
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Tom spent too much money for that.
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I've never seen a real diamond.
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French is my native tongue.
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There's a lot of stuff in my office that I never use.
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There's a lot of stuff in my office I never use.
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Some people think that I'm very fussy.
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Some people say that I'm unpredictable.
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Some people think that I'm eccentric.
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Some people think that I'm eloquent.
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Some people say I'm weird.
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Three of the balls are yellow.
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No one is swimming in the pool.
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Nobody is swimming in the pool.
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Do you want mustard on your hot dog?
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Please don't put ketchup on my hot dog.
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Tom likes to put sauerkraut on hot dogs.
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Tom ordered a hot dog with everything on it.
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Tom ordered three hot dogs for himself and one for Mary.
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I'll have a hot dog with everything on it.
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Some people love to argue.
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Some people love arguing.
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Some of these apples are rotten.
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There are some stores that will discount the price.
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Some people think that Canadians are different from everybody else.
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Some people think Canadians are different from everybody else.
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How are Canadians different from everybody else?
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How are Canadians different from everyone else?