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Sentences with audio (total 734,812)

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I don't think anybody would wait that long.
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I don't think that anybody would wait that long.
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I can't help but think that it would've been better not to do that.
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I can't help but think it would've been better not to do that.
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I didn't know that Tom didn't have school today.
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I didn't know Tom didn't have school today.
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The man I talked to on the bus said that he'd been to Australia three times.
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The man that I talked to on the bus said that he'd been to Australia three times.
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The man that I talked to on the bus said he'd been to Australia three times.
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I get three weeks paid vacation a year, plus five sick days.
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I thought this was kind of weird.
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I think that that jacket would fit me.
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I think that you should go to college.
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I often go skiing in the winter.
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I heard wolves howling last night.
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I sang for three hours.
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I take a break every three hours.
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I've been in the hospital once.
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How old will you be on your next birthday?
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I don't think that it'll be cold tomorrow.
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I don't think it'll be cold tomorrow.
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Tom spends money as soon as he gets it.
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The candidate that I voted for lost.
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The candidate I voted for lost.
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There's nothing you can do to help me.
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I offered to help Tom, but he didn't want my help.
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I heard my name being called by somebody.
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As far as I know, Tom isn't married.
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As far as I know, Tom isn't yet married.
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As far as I know, Tom isn't married yet.
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As far as I know, Tom is still single.
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I loaded the dishes into the dishwasher.
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Do you know who Tom ate lunch with?
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Do you know somebody who can help me?
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Do you know anyone who can help me?
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Do you know anybody who can help me?
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I get three weeks paid vacation a year.
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It's too bad Tom couldn't attend today's meeting.
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It's too bad that Tom couldn't attend today's meeting.
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Do you know someone who can help me?
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The kindergarten children were walking hand in hand in the park.
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The suspect was innocent of the crime.
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You should know better than to spend all your money on clothes.
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The leaves have begun to turn.
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In brief, the party was splendid.
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The fortress was in the enemy's hands.
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We'll be able to raise cows and sheep, too.
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An infant isn't capable of speaking, so it just screams until it gets what it wants.
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Taxi fares will go up next month.
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I'm looking forward to seeing you next week.
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There will be no school a week from today.
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I'll be leaving for Australia next month.
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Early the next morning, the circus left for the next town.
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Whoever wants to come will be welcomed.
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Let me know whenever you come.
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Whoever comes will be welcomed.
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Whoever comes will be welcome.
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We're moving out of this apartment next month.
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The exam is coming up next week.
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I'm supposed to go to Boston next week.
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I'll be leaving for Australia next week.
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We're against that.
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I haven't yet heard back from Tom.
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I didn't have anything else that I have to do today.
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I didn't have anything else I have to do today.
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I don't know exactly what this is.
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Tom forgot to introduce Mary to John.
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Tom didn't join our club.
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Tom hasn't yet joined our club.
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Tom hasn't joined our club yet.
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I didn't know where my phone was.
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I don't have enough money to buy that yet.
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I don't yet have enough money to buy that.
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This is good, really good.
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Tom didn't have a phone at that time.
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I didn't feel very well.
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We didn't find anyone in the building.
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We didn't find anybody in the building.
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We need to buy some more toilet paper.
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If somebody had broken in, the alarm should've gone off.
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If someone had broken in, the alarm would've gone off.
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If somebody had broken in, the alarm would've gone off.
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I wasn't able to get what I wanted.
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Tom didn't give me his phone number.
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Tom wouldn't give me his phone number.
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Where's your office?
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Where is your office?
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Where is your classroom?
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Where's your classroom?
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I don't have a car now.
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Tom hasn't graduated from high school.
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Tom hasn't graduated from high school yet.
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I still haven't decided whether I should go by car or by train.
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I'll show you where I work.
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Let me show you where I work.
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We weren't the ones who started the fight.
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I'm sorry that I broke that.
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I'm sorry I broke that.
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I found it very difficult to do that.
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I found it very hard to do that.