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The following audio recordings by CK, are licensed under the CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 license.

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Tom backed his car up to check, but the raccoon that he'd run over was as dead as a doornail.
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Where's your granddaughters?
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Where are your grandparents?
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We want to get to know you.
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Why did you believe Tom?
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Where's your granddaughter?
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Why does Tom need to go?
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Why do you need a chainsaw?
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Why does Tom want a car?
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Why don't you ever do that?
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Why does Tom want a dog?
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Both of my ex-wives hate me.
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Why don't they like Tom?
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Tom and Mary work nearby.
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I can't do that for you now.
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Tom blew his nose loudly.
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Tom did an exemplary job.
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I don't want to hurt myself.
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Why did Tom ask us that?
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I didn't remember anything.
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Tom thinks he can do it.
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I don't want to play chess.
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Tom thinks we can do it.
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I tried to ignore the pain.
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Tom's apartment is tiny.
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I've rung the bell already.
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Why did Tom ask me that?
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We don't care what happens.
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Tom said that he likes to ski, too.
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Tom said he likes to ski, too.
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That's a complex question.
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You guys did a great job.
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Tom found the work easy.
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I chose all three options.
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Tom got caught stealing.
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I don't want to look weak.
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Tom had a seizure again.
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Tom has already arrived.
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We arrived after midnight.
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Tom has already decided.
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We're not geniuses either.
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Tom is the clear winner.
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Why did you need a hammer?
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Tom liked the challenge.
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Why do you want all these?
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Tom offered us his help.
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All of my ex-wives hate me.
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I didn't cheat on the test.
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Tom stayed in the house.
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Tom is out walking the dog.
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Tom began to suspect that something wasn't quite right.
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I suspected that Tom was disappointed with the results.
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I suspected that Tom had never actually ever done that.
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I don't think that I should buy anything else for Tom.
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I don't think that I need to tell Tom about our plans.
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I don't think that I need Tom's permission to do that.
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I don't think that I like what Tom is doing right now.
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I suspect that Tom and Mary know something is going on.
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I suspect Tom and Mary know that something is going on.
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I suspect that Tom knows Mary doesn't want to do that.
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I suspect that Tom knows that Mary used to be in prison.
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I suspect that Tom knows Mary can't understand French.
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I suspect Tom knows that Mary doesn't want to do that.
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I suspect Tom knows that Mary can't understand French.
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I suspect Tom knows he doesn't really have to do that.
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I suspect Tom knows he isn't supposed to be doing that.
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I suspect Tom won't believe anything that you tell him.
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I suspected Tom wouldn't be able to do that by himself.
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I suspect Tom won't tell Mary why he's going to Boston.
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I suspect Tom will do that next week or the week after.
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I suspect Tom is unaware of what's happening in Boston.
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I suspect Tom is likely to do that when he's in Boston.
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I suspect Tom didn't really want to do that by himself.
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I suspect Tom didn't really have to be there yesterday.
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I suspect Tom and Mary were surprised by what happened.
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I suspect Tom won't tell Mary why he wants to do that.
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I suspect Tom didn't really want to do that yesterday.
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I suspect Tom didn't really want to do that with Mary.
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I don't think that I've ever seen Tom riding a unicycle.
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I don't think that I should need to tell Tom what to do.
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I don't think that I know the girl who's talking to Tom.
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I don't think that anyone really thought Tom was happy.
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I don't think that anybody really thought Tom was busy.
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I don't think that anybody has told Tom what to do yet.
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I don't think that anyone really thought Tom was busy.
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I don't think that anyone has told Tom what to do yet.
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I don't think that anybody noticed what Tom was doing.
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Tom told me that he wants to go with us.
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Tom told me that he was home last night.
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Tom told me that he was studying French.
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Tom told me that he was teaching French.
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Tom told me that he wasn't sick anymore.
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Tom told me that he won't do that again.
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Tom told me that he bought these for you.
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Tom told me that he thought he could win.
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Tom told me that he was afraid of snakes.
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Tom told me that he was going to the gym.
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Tom told me that he was looking for Mary.
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Tom told me that he'd be glad to help me.
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Tom told me that he'd win, but he didn't.
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