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音声つきの例文 (total 583,090)

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I see you've bought yourself a new hat.
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An old man was practicing Tai Chi in the park.
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Tom struck up a conversation with a stranger.
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Have you played that game before?
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Tom has played that game before.
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Tom had played that game before.
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Tom had never played that game before.
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I'm impressed with your work.
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Tom is impressed with your work.
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We didn't walk.
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Tom didn't spit.
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Tom didn't overdose.
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Tom didn't actually overdose.
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Tom didn't really overdose.
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I don't think Tom overdosed.
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I don't believe Tom overdosed.
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I can't believe Tom overdosed.
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I can't believe that Tom overdosed.
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I don't believe that Tom overdosed.
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I don't think that Tom overdosed.
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I don't think Tom really overdosed.
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I don't think that Tom really overdosed.
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Why was Tom kneeling?
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Tom is full of courage.
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Tom didn't get delayed this time.
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Tom wasn't delayed this time.
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Tom wasn't delayed.
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Tom hasn't been delayed.
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Tom didn't get hooked.
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Tom wasn't writing.
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Tom isn't writing.
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Tom doesn't lack courage.
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Buy milk on your way home.
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I see that you've bought yourself a new hat.
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Sleep is necessary.
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You're not risking anything.
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Repeat what I just said.
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I'll ask.
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Tom's voice quavered.
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More money means more problems.
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Am I the only one who's confused?
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Tom doesn't like to argue.
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That's perceptive of you.
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That's very perceptive of you.
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Tom went caving.
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Tom doesn't like being the center of attention.
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The museum is closed for renovations.
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Tom and Mary went to the planetarium.
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Tom practices Tai Chi in the park.
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The attempt to resuscitate Tom failed.
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Tom felt self-conscious.
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Tom suddenly felt self-conscious.
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Harvard is Tom's alma mater.
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Tom ran a marathon.
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People sometimes do strange things.
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That company doesn't exist anymore.
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My car is blue.
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Tom isn't grieving.
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Tom wasn't grieving.
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Tom was grieving.
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Tom was in mourning.
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Isn't this blue?
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Isn't that blue?
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Thankfully, Tom didn't break anything.
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Thankfully, Tom didn't break everything.
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Are you sure you know me?
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This is an armchair.
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I didn't want to go, but I did.
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I have a severe toothache.
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We prayed.
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I've saved a little money.
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Well, color me surprised.
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There were a lot of people there to meet us.
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Tom isn't snoring.
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Tom wasn't snoring.
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Tom was snoring.
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I'm not going to lock the door.
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You know very well I'm right.
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You know very well that I'm right.
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Would you like one more cup?
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The train station is close to the hotel.
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Tom isn't the smartest student in the class.
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What you're doing makes me happy.
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I've never seen a pink fridge.
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I'll make sure Tom does that sometime today.
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It's too bad that Tom is sick.
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Tom's not very frugal.
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Tom isn't very frugal.
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I prefer raw vegetables to cooked ones.
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Didn't you know that I wanted to do that?
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Didn't you know I wanted to do that?
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Tom learned to play the ukulele before he learned to play the guitar.
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Call Tom and tell him about it.
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Give Tom a call and tell him about it.
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Tom is learning to play the ukulele.
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Tom still can't play the ukulele well.
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We're waiting for Tom to tell us that it's OK to begin.
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We're waiting for Tom to tell us that it's OK to start.
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We'll start when Tom tells us to start.
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Tom didn't seem willing to help us.