Thursday, November 4, 2010


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Natural-sounding Spoken English Sentences
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1. He saved a hundred dollars.
2. He is able to speak ten languages.
3. He came home at ten.
4. He will be back in ten minutes.
5. He left ten minutes ago.
6. He can swim a mile.
7. He slept an hour.
8. He has been waiting for an hour.
9. He plays tennis three times a week.
10. He has lived here for one week.
11. He left for New York a week ago.
12. He got the first prize.
13. He will be back in a day or two.
14. He took a day off.
15. He was very busy all day.
16. He comes to Tokyo once a year.
17. He works hard all the year round.
18. He changed a few words.
19. He made a few grammatical mistakes.
20. He went out a few minutes ago.
21. He is the father of two children.
22. He is rich enough to buy two cars.
23. He has been in Japan for two years.
24. He gave up smoking two years ago.
25. He came to Japan two years ago.
26. He is about thirty.
27. He finished school in March.
28. He came home three hours later.
29. He is the father of three children.
30. He comes here every three days.
31. He fired three shots.
32. He must be about forty.
33. He is about forty.
34. He is past forty.
35. He will leave Japan in April.
36. He had fifty dollars.
37. He is able to speak five languages.
38. He committed five murders.
39. He ran five miles.
40. He will come back to Japan in the middle of May.
41. He must be over sixty.
42. He is close to sixty.
43. He returned from Holland in June.
44. He will leave Tokyo and come to Kansai in June.
45. At seventy, he is still active.
46. He arrived at the station at seven.
47. He leaves for school at seven.
48. He came to Japan seven years ago.
49. He is over 80 kilos.
50. He lived to be eighty years old.
51. He can speak eight languages.
52. He is eight.
53. He left home at 8:00.
54. He came back before eight.
55. He works from nine to five thirty.
56. He said that it was nine o'clock.
57. He is a DJ.
58. He remains sick bed.
59. He enjoys eating ice cream.
60. He gave a vague answer.
61. He visited many countries in Asia.
62. He is leaving Chicago tomorrow.
63. He may be able to come tomorrow.
64. He is playing over there.
65. He lives in that house over there.
66. He walked back and forth.
67. He fell asleep immediately.
68. He uses the same books as you use.
69. Did he tell you anything?
70. He wants to meet you.
71. He doesn't understand you.
72. He's bound to notice your mistake.
73. He'll answer your letter soon.
74. Is he a friend of yours.
75. He loves you very much.
76. He declined their invitation.
77. He lives alone in an apartment.
78. They rented an apartment.
79. He was born in Africa.
80. He wants to go to Africa.
81. He explored the Amazon jungle.
82. He is just an amateur.
83. He drinks too much beer.
84. He drinks too much.
85. He was too tired to go any farther.
86. He was too young to go to school.
87. He doesn't read many newspapers.
88. He is not very good at mathematics.
89. He talks too fast.
90. He can't run very fast.
91. He couldn't run very fast.
92. He does not seem to be very tired.
93. He doesn't read many books.
94. He came back from America.
95. He started for America yesterday.
96. He had never studied English before he went to the United States.
97. He has been to America.
98. He has gone to America.
99. He returned to America.
100. He is married to an American lady.
101. He wants to go to the United States.
102. He is an American.
103. He is not an American.
104. He was nearly drowned.
105. He never drinks alcohol.
106. He married Ann.
107. He will make a good team captain.
108. He checked in at a good hotel.
109. I believe he is a nice guy.
110. He earns a good salary.
111. I don't think he'll say yes.
112. Although he was born in England, he speaks English very badly.
113. He is determined to go to England.
114. He has gone to Britain.
115. He comes from England.
116. He took out some coins.
117. He collected various information.
118. He made several corrections.
119. How many does he want?
120. He collected bits of information.
121. He is a bad boy.
122. He is rather hard to please.
123. Will he ever come back?
124. I believe he is going to be rich one day.
125. When did he arrive here?
126. When did he come here?
127. He usually comes in time.
128. He always treats me like a child.
129. He always leaves home at seven.
130. He is always asking for money.
131. He got up at five as usual.
132. He came late as usual.
133. He's always asking silly questions.
134. He is constantly complaining.
135. He arrived earlier than usual.
136. He worked harder than ever.
137. He always studies hard.
138. He always works hard.
139. He is always day-dreaming.
140. He's always looking at you.
141. He is always at home on Mondays.
142. He's always running short of cash.
143. He is always happy.
144. He always quarrels with his wife.
145. He is always losing his umbrella.
146. He is always with me.
147. He is always punctual.
148. He is always joking.
149. He doesn't always come late.
150. He is not always late.
151. He usually goes to work at 8 a.m.
152. He is always reading.
153. He always takes sides with her.
154. He is always complaining.
155. He always keeps his room clean.
156. He is always studying.
157. He is always forgetting things.
158. He always tells the truth.
159. He's always reading comics.
160. He is always cheerful.
161. When will he go home?
162. When did he get back?
163. When will he be busy?
164. When is he expected back?
165. He's swimming now.
166. He is out now.
167. He's in bed with flu.
168. He is very good at playing violin.
169. He deals in whiskey.
170. He drank a shot of whiskey.
171. He seems to be lying.
172. He tends to tell lies.
173. He married an air hostess.
174. He knows nothing about electronics.
175. He left the motor running.
176. He earns a great deal.
177. I think he is from Australia, but I'm not sure.
178. He took off his overcoat.
179. I think he was angry.
180. He was brought up by his uncle.
181. He is likely to come.
182. He was educated at Oxford.
183. He was born in Ohio.
184. He had no money.
185. He asked for money.
186. He ran out of money.
187. He has no money.
188. He was accused of stealing money.
189. He denied having stolen the money.
190. He is not as tall as his brother.
191. They smiled at each other.
192. He brought back several souvenirs.
193. He robbed an old lady.
194. He looks like his father.
195. He likes to sing in the bathtub.
196. He stood on the edge of the cliff.
197. He has a cold.
198. He lost his spirits.
199. He used to love her.
200. He came back from Canada.
201. He married a Canadian girl.
202. He speaks English fairly well.
203. He zipped his bag shut.
204. He has a camera.
205. He isn't going to buy a camera.
206. He narrowly escaped the disaster.
207. He barely passed the examination.
208. He narrowly escaped death.
209. He married a pretty girl.
210. He saw a pretty girl.
211. He plays the guitar very well.
212. He is able to play the guitar.
213. I believe that he'll do fine.
214. I have three dogs.
215. I don't doubt but that he will come.
216. I'm sure that he'll come on time.
217. He is sure to win.
218. He is certain to come.
219. He is sure to come.
220. He was busy yesterday afternoon.
221. What did he do yesterday?
222. He walked in the park yesterday.
223. Is he any better today?
224. He is making cookies.
225. He slept soundly.
226. He was fast asleep.
227. He felt at home.
228. He shined his shoes.
229. He hates spiders.
230. He filled the glass with wine.
231. He was supposed to come.
232. He turned around.
233. He never tells lies.
234. He never keeps his word.
235. He is much older than Ken.
236. He took a picture of the koala.
237. He took a coin out of his pocket.
238. He took off his coat.
239. He doesn't like coffee.
240. He drank a cup of coffee.
241. He is roasting coffee beans.
242. He had dark brown hair.
243. He is playing here.
244. He isn't here, is he?
245. He told a funny story.
246. He dropped the cup and broke it.
247. He behaved like a child.
248. He has been gaining weight.
249. He went to see her the other day.
250. Does he live near here?
251. He lives in this neighborhood.
252. He keeps this gun loaded.
253. He is the richest man on earth.
254. He came back last August.
255. He didn't come to the last meeting.
256. He played golf last Sunday.
257. He has been sick since last Sunday.
258. He is a student at this college.
259. He lives on this street.
260. He lives near here.
261. He paid 1,000 yen for this book.
262. He is in trouble.
263. He can come.
264. He is a golfer.
265. He is good at golf.
266. He doesn't know how to play golf.
267. He is playing golf.
268. He wants these shirts washed.
269. He can't walk any more.
270. He has a large farm in Colorado.
271. He is afraid to swim.
272. He began to feel afraid.
273. He will be ten next April.
274. He is familiar with computers.
275. He enjoyed cycling.
276. He like soccer.
277. He is good at soccer.
278. He plays soccer.
279. He likes playing soccer.
280. He is a soccer player.
281. He left without saying goodbye.
282. He asked for more money.
283. He believes in Santa Clause.
284. He had jeans on.
285. He took Jane out for dinner.
286. He will get back soon.
287. He often quotes from Shakespeare.
288. He often eats breakfast there.
289. He often dates Mary.
290. He is often absent from school.
291. He often goes to Tokyo.
292. He often drives his father's car.
293. He often falls in love.
294. He rested for a while.
295. He had his shirt on inside out.
296. He jumped over a ditch.
297. He has gone to Switzerland.
298. He had the nerve to ask for money.
299. He is smelling the soup.
300. He broke his leg skiing.
301. He is crazy about skiing.
302. He loses his temper easily.
303. He lives close by.
304. He came back soon.
305. Will he come home soon?
306. He said that he would be back soon.
307. He will soon return home.
308. I think he will soon catch up with us.
309. He left immediately.
310. Will he get well soon?
311. He loses his temper quite easily.
312. He fell asleep right away.
313. He will be back soon.
314. He will come back soon.
315. He will get well soon.
316. He will come down soon.
317. He will soon be able to swim well.
318. He gets mad very easily.
319. He is skating.
320. He married a stewardess.
321. He's always been living in Tokyo.
322. He has been busy.
323. He remained silent.
324. He has already gone out.
325. He has already said yes.
326. He quickly went out of the room.
327. He has a wonderful personality.
328. He composes beautiful poems.
329. He is a good athlete.
330. He dipped his spoon into the soup.
331. He abandoned all hope.
332. He was loved by everybody.
333. He solved all the problems.
334. It seems that he knows everything.
335. He is a lover of sports.
336. He pressed his pants.
337. He makes a living as a salesman.
338. He isn't happy at all.
339. He did not say so.
340. He may have said so.
341. He seems to think so.
342. He is playing there.
343. Didn't he go there?
344. He lived there all by himself.
345. He didn't go there.
346. Did he go there?
347. He made up his mind to go there.
348. They mentioned having been there.
349. We'd better leave him alone.
350. He lives just around the corner.
351. He is nervous about it.
352. He did not mention it.
353. That cost him his job.
354. He tasted the cheesecake.
355. He is on the team.
356. He heard the news on the radio.
357. He postponed the party.
358. He is in hurry to catch the bus.
359. He finished the beer and ordered another.
360. He took over the business.
361. He asked me to throw the ball back.
362. He stayed in the hotel.
363. He ate all of the apple.
364. He won the race easily.
365. He walked past the house.
366. He arrived in time for the meeting.
367. He stared at the picture.
368. He jumped over the hedge.
369. He turned the corner.
370. He was not aware of the danger.
371. He lives at the top of the hill.
372. He has some money in the bank.
373. He showed interest in the plan.
374. He opposed the plan.
375. He abandoned the plan.
376. He made up a story about the dog.
377. He denied the accusation.
378. He adopted the orphan.
379. They lived happily ever after.
380. He abandoned the idea.
381. He didn't catch the signal.
382. He put on the black coat.
383. He will not be able to do the work.
384. He applied for the job and got it.
385. He is the right man for the job.
386. He is still too young for the job.
387. He accepted the job.
388. He rescued the child from the fire.
389. He was injured in the accident.
390. He died soon after the accident.
391. Did he mention the accident?
392. He blamed me for the accident.
393. He wasn't watching TV then.
394. He looked tired then.
395. He was reading a book at that time.
396. He used the dictionary.
397. He could not answer that question.
398. He works in the laboratory.
399. He is rich enough to buy that car.
400. He failed to answer the letter.
401. He sent the letter back unopened.
402. He is an expert at solving such problems.
403. He applied for the scholarship.
404. They adopted the little girl.
405. He calls the boy Tom.
406. He deserves the prize.
407. He is not qualified for the job.
408. I am of the opinion that he will not accept the proposal.
409. He drank very little of the water.
410. He put on the red jacket.
411. He likes that teacher.
412. He swam across the river.
413. He complained about the noise.
414. He killed him.
415. He knows the city well.
416. He chased the thief.
417. He looked into the box.
418. He crushed the box.
419. He was not able to open the box.
420. He deserves the punishment.
421. He went aboard the plane.
422. He picked up the book.
423. He continued reading the book.
424. He finished reading the book.
425. He hid behind the tree.
426. He was able to solve the problem.
427. He understands the problem.
428. He consented to help the old lady.
429. He made up that story.
430. He doesn't know any better.
431. He mentioned it.
432. He decided on that.
433. He is not so tall.
434. He told me to do it, so I did it.
435. He picked it up carefully.
436. What do you think he meant by that?
437. He ate all of it.
438. He repeated it again.
439. He may have seen it.
440. He must have seen it.
441. He kept it secret.
442. He did not expect to live so long.
443. He runs very fast.
444. He usually went to bed at eleven.
445. He usually goes to McDonald's.
446. He usually comes home late.
447. He is good at diving.
448. He plays the violin very well.
449. He speaks English very well.
450. He came home very late.
451. He is very careful.
452. He is being very careful.
453. He was very old.
454. He is very brave.
455. He is a reporter for Time magazine.
456. He subscribed to Time magazine.
457. He has a great deal of experience.
458. He bought a lot of flour and oil.
459. He eats a lot.
460. He flew a kite.
461. He did it just for fun.
462. He only had 100 dollars.
463. He was all alone in the house.
464. He left just now.
465. He gave up cigarettes.
466. He decided to quit smoking.
467. He asked for a cigarette.
468. He stopped smoking.
469. He stopped to smoke.
470. He promised not to smoke.
471. He is often late for school.
472. Perhaps he knows this story.
473. He happened to be there.
474. He drove the truck to Dallas.
475. Whose friend is he?
476. He is far from happy.
477. He did exactly as I had told him.
478. He has just come back.
479. He has just come home.
480. He is just my age.
481. He was just in time for the last train.
482. I found him working in the garden.
483. He can speak a little English.
484. He looks kind of pale.
485. He glanced at his watch.
486. He gets tired easily.
487. He is unsociable.
488. He is an expert at fishing.
489. He knows Mr. Davidson well.
490. He set the box down on the table.
491. He found the box under the table.
492. He is good at tennis.
493. He is a good tennis player.
494. He does not like tennis.
495. He enjoys playing tennis.
496. He plays very well.
497. He was very good at playing tennis.
498. He wants to be a tennis player.
499. He played tennis.
500. He can play tennis.
501. He left the door unlocked.
502. He turned the key.
503. He rang the doorbell.
504. He was standing behind the door.
505. He walked toward the door.
506. He opened the door.
507. He broke the door open.
508. He prefers French to German.
509. He will not say yes.
510. He couldn't remember my address.
511. He will not listen to me.
512. He didn't come after all.
513. He finally got his wish.
514. What has happened to him?
515. He managed to escape.
516. I have a feeling he is right.
517. He sometimes goes to work by car.
518. He lives somewhere about here.
519. Where was he born?
520. Where does he live?
521. Where is he standing?
522. Where does he come from?
523. Where was he going?
524. Where did he go?
525. Which direction did he go?
526. He looked very happy.
527. He has a interesting book.
528. They say that he is very rich.
529. He is very stingy with his money.
530. He's a very fine musician.
531. He seems very pleasant.
532. He is very a dangerous man.
533. He's very ill.
534. He is anxious to see you.
535. They looked very happy.
536. He was very happy.
537. He feels very happy.
538. He seems quite happy.
539. He is a very thoughtful person.
540. He is much younger than Tom.
541. He started going bald quite young.
542. He is very honest.
543. He drives very fast.
544. He can swim very fast.
545. He spoke very loudly.
546. He is very angry.
547. He studies biology very hard.
548. He studies very hard.
549. He is very tall.
550. He looks very tired.
551. He is very afraid of his mother.
552. How fast does he run?
553. He jumped out of bed.
554. He saw Tom leave before the job was finished.
555. He is shorter than Tom.
556. He has a Toyota.
557. He's good at cards.
558. He turned a somersault.
559. He was sharpening a knife.
560. I know why he did it.
561. Why can't he play tennis today?
562. He hates Nancy.
563. He stayed in New York for three weeks.
564. He went to New York by airplane.
565. He was accused of theft.
566. They named their cats Tom and Jerry.
567. He took a notebook out.
568. He died by the roadside.
569. He decided not to go to the party.
570. He didn't show up at the party.
571. He wasn't able to attend the party.
572. He will be coming to the party.
573. He's a party animal.
574. He studied law at Harvard.
575. He is studying law at Harvard.
576. He is a student at Harvard.
577. He is a good violinist.
578. He made up his mind to be a pilot.
579. He acted foolishly.
580. He filled the bucket with water.
581. He is in pajamas.
582. He got off the bus.
583. He is good at basketball.
584. He visited Nara by bus.
585. Did he come by bus or by train?
586. He is a bus driver.
587. He took out his passport.
588. He likes bread and butter.
589. He closed the door suddenly.
590. He likes ham and eggs.
591. He played the part of Hamlet.
592. He painted a picture of roses.
593. He came all the way from Chicago.
594. He took out his handkerchief.
595. He is good at handball.
596. He became a pianist.
597. He knows how to play the piano.
598. Does he play the piano?
599. Can he play the piano?
600. He was playing the piano.
601. He was drunk on beer.
602. He asked for a glass of beer.
603. He asked for a beer.
604. He drank three bottles of beer.
605. He has a Picasso.
606. He has two Picassos.
607. He is afraid of his own shadow.
608. He reached for the pistol.
609. He has a video.
610. He burned himself badly.
611. He is sadly mistaken.
612. He was badly wounded.
613. He is in great trouble.
614. He was too drunk to drive home.
615. He got very drunk.
616. He looked quite tired.
617. He was very poor.
618. He is very depressed.
619. He lived there by himself.
620. He likes taking a walk by himself.
621. He has his hair cut once a month.
622. He took Bill swimming.
623. He filled the bottle with water.
624. He scraped the mud off his boots.
625. He looks old for his age.
626. He makes wine from grapes.
627. He has been to France.
628. He has visited France three times.
629. He understands French.
630. He is fluent in French.
631. He tried to master French.
632. He can also speak French.
633. He could not speak French well.
634. He has a good knowledge of French.
635. He went to Paris to study French.
636. He can speak French well.
637. He translated French into Japanese.
638. He tried to learn French.
639. He speaks French.
640. He could speak French.
641. Can he speak French?
642. He pressed the brake pedal.
643. He rolled off the bed.
644. He sat on the bed.
645. He doesn't have any pets.
646. He is an expert driver.
647. He's not at all afraid of snakes.
648. He is afraid of snakes.
649. He arrived after the bell rang.
650. He got out his pen.
651. They got into the boat.
652. He kicked the ball into the goal.
653. He kicked the ball.
654. He threw the ball.
655. He put his hands in his pockets.
656. He is allergic to dust.
657. He pressed the button and waited.
658. Bodybuilding is his hobby so he has a very firm tight body with lots of muscle definition.
659. He has all but finished the work.
660. He is about my age.
661. He bought a Honda.
662. He seldom, if ever, goes to church.
663. He repairs his own car.
664. He was about to start.
665. He began with a joke.
666. Is he still here?
667. He is still here.
668. He came here again.
669. He is still in bed.
670. He is still sitting on the bench.
671. He is just a kid.
672. He hasn't returned yet.
673. He lost his umbrella again.
674. He hasn't appeared yet.
675. He is still young.
676. He hasn't written the letter yet.
677. He is still alive.
678. He hasn't arrived yet.
679. He is still angry.
680. He hasn't answered my letter yet.
681. He still wants to come.
682. He is still standing.
683. He took poison by mistake.
684. He wasn't exactly a stranger.
685. He doesn't altogether trust me.
686. He looks just like his mother.
687. He struck a match.
688. Will he be here soon?
689. He is likely to arrive soon.
690. He looks as if he had been ill.
691. He talks as if he were an old man.
692. He drank a whole bottle of milk.
693. He often quotes Milton.
694. He is liked by everybody.
695. He was sitting between Mary and Tom.
696. He has a date with Mary this afternoon.
697. Did he go to see Mary?
698. He sent a card to Mary.
699. They made fun of Mary.
700. He wore glasses.
701. I met her during my stay in Mexico.
702. He hardly ever works.
703. He seldom writes to his father.
704. He seldom writes to his parents.
705. He is two years older than Mary is.
706. Has he come yet?
707. He no longer works here.
708. He no longer lives here.
709. He is already here.
710. He was almost asleep.
711. He's already left.
712. They made him do the work again.
713. Is he back already?
714. Has he returned yet?
715. He has already gone home.
716. He is beyond hope.
717. Has he gone already?
718. Has he finished his homework yet?
719. He has left already.
720. Has he arrived yet?
721. Has he arrived already?
722. He should have arrived by now.
723. He has already had lunch.
724. They say that he will never return.
725. He demanded better pay.
726. He should have been more careful.
727. He is old enough to know better.
728. He has a good memory.
729. He finally reached the hotel.
730. He has no choice but to resign.
731. He lacks motivation.
732. He must have drunk too much last night.
733. He slowly moved forward.
734. He walks slowly.
735. He never stops to think.
736. He stood up slowly.
737. He chose a good wife.
738. He is a good student.
739. He took a trip to Europe.
740. He traveled all over Europe.
741. He often plays the guitar.
742. He has a big mouth.
743. Will he get well?
744. He often walks to school.
745. He often laughs at his own jokes.
746. He often makes people angry.
747. He would often go fishing.
748. He often stays up late at night.
749. He often eats fish for dinner.
750. He is good at rugby.
751. He was a rugby player.
752. He hit the ball with his racket.
753. He put down his racket.
754. He has a racket.
755. He plugged in the radio.
756. He turned on the radio.
757. He reached for the apple.
758. He blew out the candle.
759. He pulled the rope.
760. He speaks Russian perfectly.
761. He made a robot.
762. He is either in London or in Paris.
763. He took many pictures in London.
764. He lives in the suburbs of London.
765. He lived in the center of London.
766. He has gone to London.
767. He can't go without wine for even a day.
768. He drank a bottle of wine.
769. He gives plain, simple explanations.
770. He stepped on my foot on purpose.
771. He went out of his way to help me.
772. He made an apology.
773. He is a lovable person.
774. He refused to shake hands.
775. He came back after dark.
776. He visited Italy before.
777. He used to live here.
778. Has he stayed here before?
779. He had been there before.
780. He decided to study harder.
781. He didn't used to drink.
782. He used to get up early.
783. He was a great musician.
784. He became a great musician.
785. He is a great scientist.
786. He's the chairman of the committee.
787. He broke the window intentionally.
788. He broke up the chair for firewood.
789. He is a medical student.
790. He is a doctor.
791. Is he a doctor?
792. He is not a doctor.
793. He wishes to become a doctor.
794. He made up his mind to be a doctor.
795. He looked like a doctor.
796. He sent for a doctor.
797. He went for the doctor.
798. He went away without saying a word.
800. He has been sick in bed all week.
801. He left for Europe a week ago, that is, on the tenth of May.
802. He had breakfast all alone.
803. He went there by himself.
804. He is alone.
805. He lives here all alone.
806. He lives by himself.
807. He had dinner by himself.
808. He likes to travel by himself.
809. He was alone.
810. He likes to travel alone.
811. He tries hard.
812. He tried hard, but failed.
813. He must work hard.
814. He is a hard worker.
815. He studied very hard.
816. He remained single all his life.
817. He threw a piece of meat to a dog.
818. He has never played golf.
819. He has never been late for school.
820. He played tennis all day long.
821. He slept all day.
822. He kept silent all day.
823. He died one year ago.
824. He skipped a grade.
825. He was killed by a single bullet.
826. He lay awake all night.
827. He is the tallest boy.
828. He missed the train by one minute.
829. He fell in love with her at fist sight.
830. He drank himself to death.
831. He extended his right arm.
832. He was punished for lying.
833. I suspect that he is lying.
834. He denied the rumor.
835. Do you think he is a good driver?
836. He is a bad driver.
837. I think he is a good driver.
838. He is good at driving.
839. He can drive a car.
840. He failed to pass his driving test.
841. He can swim well.
842. He is a good swimmer.
843. He suggested that we go for a swim.
844. He is afraid of swimming.
845. He taught me how to swim.
846. He learned how to swim.
847. He can't swim.
848. He is fond of swimming.
849. It seems that he is unable to swim.
850. He seems unable to swim.
851. He can swim.
852. He learned to swim.
853. He likes English very much.
854. He has a good command of English.
855. He can't speak English, can he?
856. Does he speak English?
857. He read a book written in English.
858. He can speak English and French.
859. He speaks English and French.
860. He passed his English examination.
861. He is busy learning English.
862. He speaks both English and French.
863. He speaks English well.
864. He doesn't know English at all.
865. He speaks English as fluently as if he were an American.
866. He has a good grasp of English.
867. He teaches English.
868. He began to learn English.
869. He speaks English a little.
870. I decided to go to college to major in English.
871. He knows no English.
872. He went to the United States to study English.
873. He went to London to study English.
874. He has to speak English.
875. He is speaking English.
876. He speaks English.
877. He started to speak English.
878. Can he speak English?
879. He can't speak English.
880. He joined the English club.
881. He studied English history.
882. He majors in English literature.
883. He left his luggage at the station.
884. He hurried to the station.
885. He exchanged yen for dollars.
886. He delivered a speech.
887. He was speaking.
888. He is used to making speeches.
889. He came from far away.
890. He is worried whether his wife can get on with his mother.
891. He is twice as heavy as his wife.
892. He gave three wrong answers.
893. He is influential.
894. He likes music very much.
895. He is interested in music.
896. He likes both music and sports.
897. He is playing music.
898. He was listening to music.
899. Does he do any sports?
900. He needs something to drink.
901. Did he propose any solutions?
902. I think he is planning something.
903. He described exactly what happened.
904. He wants something cold to drink.
905. He pretends to know everything.
906. He talks as if he knows everything.
907. What is he up to?
908. He managed to get home before dark.
909. He has nothing to do.
910. He did nothing wrong.
911. He didn't say anything.
912. What is he doing?
913. What is he driving at?
914. What is he aiming at?
915. What was he up to?
916. What is he after?
917. What is he running after?
918. What is he aiming at?
919. When did he say he would come?
920. He has dozens of books about Japan.
921. He has dozens of English books.
922. He has been to Europe many times.
923. He was at home.
924. Is he at home?
925. I suppose he's gone home.
926. He mailed a letter home.
927. He lives near my house.
928. He walked home.
929. He has left his family.
930. He has just left home.
931. I hear that he sold his house.
932. He advertised his house for sale.
933. He deals in furniture.
934. He ran away from home.
935. He likes to cook for his family.
936. He took a photograph of the family.
937. He abandoned his family.
938. He is a scientist.
939. He kept singing.
940. He sang while working.
941. He started singing.
942. He is good at singing.
943. He is a good singer.
944. He extinguished the fire.
945. He dropped a vase.
946. He put the luggage down.
947. He accidentally hit his thumb with the hammer.
948. He died from overwork.
949. He warned us not to enter the room.
950. He is the best player on our team.
951. He lives next door to us.
952. He can sing better than any of us.
953. He failed to follow our advice.
954. He is a painter.
955. He didn't attend the meeting.
956. He tends to be late for meetings.
957. He kept silent during the meeting.
958. I imagine he will be late for the meeting.
959. He pocketed the company's money.
960. He works with me at the office.
961. He is an office worker.
962. He found a broken camera.
963. He fixed the broken table.
964. He is getting better.
965. He faced toward the sea.
966. He's afraid of the sea.
967. He studied abroad.
968. He likes to travel abroad.
969. He walked along the shore.
970. He is respected by everybody.
971. He is respected by everyone.
972. He is known to everybody.
973. He is drawing a picture.
974. He is fond of painting.
975. He practices medicine.
976. He came downstairs.
977. He ran up the stairs.
978. He is outgoing.
979. He just returned from abroad.
980. He lived abroad for many years.
981. He has never been abroad.
982. He was determined to go abroad.
983. He decided to go abroad.
984. He went abroad.
985. He has a lot of foreign stamps.
986. He is not in.
987. He has gone out.
988. He cleared his throat.
989. I am sure of his honesty.
990. He lives off campus.
991. He is doing very well at school.
992. He doesn't have to go to school.
993. He is absent from school.
994. He was absent from school.
995. He is a student.
996. He is popular with the students.
997. He can read English easily.
998. He has a beard.
999. He is an active boy.
1000. He slipped and nearly fell.

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