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I tried to call you, but I couldn't.
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Tatoeba: Sentences, sentences, and more sentences.
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Fifteen more minutes and I'll be out of here.
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My friend has proposed to me that I go play in the street.
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Today is McRib Friday.
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I'm dying of hunger.
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If it isn't on Tatoeba, it isn't a sentence.
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It's a pretty house.
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We still don't know the truth.
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Huh, you've got the experience?! Don't get me started. I have underwear older than you.
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Why do you use Tatoeba?
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At the end of his life, Hokusai lived in misery, alone with his daughter, and worked until his death.
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Tatoeba: We've got sentences older than you.
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Just because it's in Tatoeba.org's database, doesn't mean it's a sentence.
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You would have to practice the violin every day.
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The people all praised the emperor's clothes without telling him the truth so as not to seem stupid, until a little boy said, "The emperor is naked!"
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Your daughter isn't a girl anymore.
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Taking photos here is prohibited.
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I cry every time I hear this song.
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Would you like us to go to the game together?
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They constructed a new government.
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Do you want to come with me to this concert?
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The telethon is a French TV program organized every year to collect funds in order to finance medical research.
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Tomorrow morning, they're selling tickets for the Shakira concert.
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I'm sorry, but I have to go to the gym.
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I don't ski, but I really like to skate.
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Now you be good while I'm gone, do you hear?
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Or are there photographs so obscene that you can't publish them?
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She became the director of the cardiology department at the city hospital.
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Is that milk still good?
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Through which city does the Mississippi River pass?
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Elisa has enrolled in the anatomy department.
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Each cat has its own personality.
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We'll have to celebrate the winter solstice.
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As a girl, Elisa loved to play nurse with her dolls.
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Each of them has his own car.
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Let's put the Christmas tree here.
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I pay in cash.
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He felt her hand on his shoulder.
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How many sisters do they have?
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Take this medicine if you don't feel well.
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It is raining hard now.
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I couldn't help but cry.
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I feel hungry.
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This generation of online daters, far more native to the Internet, are a lot less awkward than the first generation.
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Did you see how he looked at me?
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It's funny how German can take a verb, cut it in half, and spread it over a five-clause sentence.
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The birds used to sing in the trees.
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I am not from India.
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Even science is not an exact science.
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I hope he'll wait for me.
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They went fishing.
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Bilal is taller than Karam.
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The stock reached its high point last July.
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As a matter of fact, he did just catch that bird in midair with his teeth.
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She likes chocolate, too.
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You are better than me.
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He talks too much.
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Idle hands are the Internet's workshop.
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Mom, where's my handkerchief?
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Karam is the best student in the whole school.
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Shall we go to my place or yours?
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Do you have a receipt?
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Upon explaining plosives to his class, the linguistics teacher instantly became covered in spit.
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Stay a little longer.
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It looks like you are from India.
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The phlebotomist scared herself by practicing her craft on a balloon.
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If I had time, I could help you.
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It looks like this car is his.
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The river is six miles deep in some areas and the only way to cross it is using a pulley and a rope.
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This towel is rough to the touch.
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I know he left for London.
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I am okay.
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There was nobody in the room.
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Atomic energy can be used for peaceful ends.
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Fatima is the eldest student in our class.
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That was fun.
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I usually take a bath at night.
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Tomorrow he'll play tennis.
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Eleven students received the award.
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It is their only choice.
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There are no chairs in this room.
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I would prefer today over tomorrow.
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Since 1990, eleven female students received the award.
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They are watching what's happening closely.
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In China, we put our family name first, then our name.
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If the loser smiled the winner will lose the thrill of victory.
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One drop of the poison is enough to kill 160 people.
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I'm speaking with my student.
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My uncle gave me a gift.
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Everyone is a moon, and has a dark side which he never shows to anybody.
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Cobras are always very alert.
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Come when you have some time.
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On Saturday, we went to the movies and then to a restaurant.
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She plays tennis every day.
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The student came back from London.
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Snakes are -to a certain extent- deaf, but can still hear very low sounds and are very sensitive to smells.
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Did you hear that sound?
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Are there public restrooms in this building?
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You've done it very well.