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Tom didn't seem to want to tell me where he'd been.
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Tom didn't learn to play chess until he was thirty.
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Tom didn't give me as much money as he said he did.
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Tom carried the rest of his luggage up to his room.
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Tom can't be over thirty. He looks like a teenager.
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Tom bought a new watch because he lost his old one.
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Tom assumed the bracelet he found belonged to Mary.
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Tom asked Mary who she wanted to go to Boston with.
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Tom asked Mary to say something to John about that.
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Tom and his grandmother have gone to the bookstore.
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From now on, you'll have to take care of yourselves.
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Both Tom and Mary don't like spinach.
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Help yourselves. There's plenty more in the kitchen.
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Tom is already on the bus.
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Here's some money. Go buy yourself something to eat.
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I don't know how to tell Tom this bad news.
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Tom is the only one who's done that more than once.
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Tom is the one responsible for what happened today.
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Tom is smart enough not to expect Mary to help him.
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Tom is planning to do that with three other people.
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Tom is going to eventually get tired of doing that.
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Tom is going to be the designated driver next time.
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Tom is going to be in Boston by this time tomorrow.
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Tom inherited his love of painting from his mother.
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Tom heard screaming and cussing outside his window.
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Tom hasn't decided where he wants to go to college.
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Tom has decided to visit Mary in Boston in October.
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Tom has been kicked out of that bar more than once.
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Tom has been identified as one of the bank robbers.
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Tom has been hanging out with Mary and her friends.
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Tom has already decided to not to let Mary do that.
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Tom has a daughter named Mary and a son named John.
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Tom had a chance to do that, but he decided not to.
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Tom got injured while trying to break up the fight.
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Tom drove through a red light, causing an accident.
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Tom doesn't live very far from where that happened.
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Tom doesn't have to go to Boston with us next week.
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Tom was careful not to drop the box marked fragile.
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Tom wants Mary to cook something different tonight.
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Tom wanted the barber to cut his hair really short.
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Tom wanted Mary to tell him why she didn't do that.
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Tom used to wear a baseball cap everywhere he went.
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Tom took a key from his pocket and opened the door.
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Tom threw the drugs into the toilet and flushed it.
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Tom suggested to Mary that she stay away from John.
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Tom stepped on Mary's feet while they were dancing.
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Tom said that he had a wonderful time in Australia.
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Tom reached into his toolbox and took out a hammer.
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Tom plans to visit his uncle in Boston next spring.
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Tom obviously doesn't know what he's talking about.
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Tom must've understood what Mary was talking about.
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Tom must not have known what he was supposed to do.
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Tom might not have been the one who told Mary that.
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Tom met Mary at 2:30 this afternoon at the airport.
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Tom made thirty dollars an hour on that job.
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Tom kept staring at the door, expecting it to open.
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Tom and Mary were planning on doing that yesterday.
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Tom and Mary want us to help them do that tomorrow.
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Tom and Mary haven't talked to each other in years.
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Tom and Mary have decided to go to Boston together.
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Tom and Mary don't usually take vacations together.
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Tom and Mary are the ones who told John to do that.
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Tom and Mary are the ones who told John about that.
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Tom and I weren't supposed to do that by ourselves.
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Tom almost got married to a woman he met in Boston.
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The police officer asked Tom to get out of his car.
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Neither Tom nor Mary really wants to do that today.
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Neither Tom nor Mary has traveled around Australia.
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Neither Tom nor Mary has started looking for a job.
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Neither Tom nor Mary has made any good suggestions.
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Neither Tom nor Mary has lived alone for very long.
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Neither Tom nor Mary has gone fishing this weekend.
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Neither Tom nor Mary has done that very many times.
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Neither Tom nor Mary has decided to stay in Boston.
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Neither Tom nor Mary has decided to move to Boston.
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Neither Tom nor Mary has been released from prison.
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Neither Tom nor Mary has been offered a better job.
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Neither Tom nor Mary has been kicked out of school.
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Neither Tom nor Mary has been invited to the party.
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Neither Tom nor Mary has been helping us with that.
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Neither Tom nor Mary has been helping me very much.
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Neither Tom nor Mary has been expelled from school.
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Neither Tom nor Mary has been doing well at school.
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Neither Tom nor Mary has been crying for very long.
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Neither Tom nor Mary has been around for very long.
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Neither Tom nor Mary has anything to be ashamed of.
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Neither Tom nor Mary has anything to apologize for.
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Neither Tom nor Mary has anything important to say.
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Neither Tom nor Mary has any experience doing that.
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Most of us don't care whether Tom does that or not.
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Mary's boyfriend is three years older than she is.
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Tom and Mary were surprised to see John and Alice.
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Tom brought the groceries in for his wife.
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Tom brought a bouquet of flowers for Mary.
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Tom bought some groceries on his way home.
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Tom bought himself a pair of rubber boots.
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Tom bought candles to give to his friends.
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Tom blew up a balloon and gave it to Mary.
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Tom blew all his money gambling on horses.
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Tom backed his car into the parking space.
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