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You may spend the night.
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You can't dodge bullets.
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Tom crouched down.
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You can spend the night.
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We're sure of Tom's success.
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Why aren't you prepared?
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Mary buttoned her blouse.
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Why are you talking now?
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Tom is mopping the floor, isn't he?
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I don't think Tom has very many friends in Australia.
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I don't think Tom has any friends here in Australia.
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I haven't been to Australia as many times as Tom has.
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I don't want to tell Tom that I've been to Australia.
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I didn't think Tom would go to Australia by himself.
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I didn't tell Tom that I'd be in Australia this week.
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I didn't tell Tom I'd never been to Australia before.
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I didn't know Tom had never been to Australia before.
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I didn't know Tom was going to Australia by himself.
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I didn't know that Tom was in Australia last Monday.
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I didn't know Tom was planning to move to Australia.
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I can't believe I agreed to go to Australia with Tom.
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Tom and Mary both came to Boston when they were kids.
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I suspect both Tom and Mary have already left Boston.
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I think that Tom has decided to study French instead.
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I think that Tom sounds like a native French speaker.
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I think that Tom can speak French, but I'm not sure.
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I thought that you said that you were done with Tom.
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I thought that you said you weren't attracted to Tom.
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I thought that you said you'd never do that with Tom.
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I thought you said that you weren't attracted to Tom.
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I thought that we weren't supposed to talk about Tom.
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I thought that you had promised to give that to Tom.
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I thought you were going to talk about this with Tom.
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I thought that you knew that Tom could speak French.
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I thought that it might be important to talk to Tom.
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Tom knows that he's not very good at speaking French.
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Tom said that Mary is probably still studying French.
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Tom said that Mary is pretty good at speaking French.
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Tom said that he thought that I should study French.
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Tom said that everybody in his office speaks French.
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It's good you were able to go to Australia with Tom.
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I'm sorry I said such mean things about you and Tom.
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I figure there's no point in trying to persuade Tom.
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I suspect that Tom and Mary have to go to Australia.
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I suspect that Tom and Mary have lived in Australia.
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Did you know Tom lived in Australia for three years?
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Did you know Tom is planning on moving to Australia?
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I told Tom I didn't want to go to Australia with him.
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I told Tom that I wanted to go to Australia with him.
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I told Tom that I wouldn't go to Australia with him.
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I told Tom we were going to Australia for a few days.
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I thought that Tom and Mary were going to Australia.
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I thought that Tom said that Mary was from Australia.
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I thought that Tom would go to Australia to see Mary.
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I thought that Tom would stay in Australia for a couple of weeks.
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I thought you and Tom were going to go to Australia.
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I think we should let Tom go to Australia by himself.
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I never thought that I'd see Tom in Australia again.
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I know that Tom and Mary went to Australia together.
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I knew you wouldn't want to go to Australia with Tom.
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I hope Tom is in Australia for at least three weeks.
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I hope that Tom doesn't go to Australia next weekend.
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I don't think Tom will go to Australia next weekend.
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I don't think Tom wants to go to Australia with Mary.
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I don't think Tom knows when Mary came to Australia.
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The painting hanging on that wall was painted by Tom.
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Tom was homesick and wanted to see his family again.
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Tom stood in front of the class and recited the poem.
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Tom pushed the clutch pedal down with his left foot.
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Tom will forgive you. Just explain everything to him.
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Tom and Mary have longer holidays than their parents.
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I know that you were romantically involved with Tom.
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Doesn't anybody have anything nice to say about Tom?
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I'm not the one who told Tom he should study French.
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I didn't think Tom wanted to go to Boston with Mary.
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Both Tom and Mary came to Boston when they were kids.
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Tom doesn't live here anymore. He's moved to Boston.
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Tom used to bring me here to swim when I was younger.
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Tom's parents didn't allow him to watch Harry Potter.
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The waiter came over to take away Tom's empty plate.
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Tom says he and Mary didn't stay in Boston very long.
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Tom said that he wished he could speak French better.
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Tom said that he thought Mary wasn't good at French.
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Tom said that he thought that Mary understood French.
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Tom said that he thought that he should study French.
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Tom said that he thought that he had to study French.
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Tom said that he thought that he had to speak French.
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Tom said that he didn't know Mary could speak French.
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Tom said he wished that he could speak French better.
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Tom said he thought that Mary wasn't good at French.
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Tom said that he didn't want to study French anymore.
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Tom said he didn't know that Mary could speak French.
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Tom not only visited Boston, he also visited Chicago.
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Tom not only visited Boston, he visited Chicago, too.
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Every time Tom comes to Boston, he always visits me.
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I can't speak French. Tom can't speak French either.
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I'd like to know how long Tom plans to be in Boston.
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Tom asked me to go to Boston with Mary next weekend.
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Tom hasn't been to Boston as many times as Mary has.
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Tom is planning to stay in Boston for several weeks.
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