Thursday, November 4, 2010


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Natural-sounding Spoken English Sentences
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1. You should always tell the truth.
2. When do you practice the piano?
3. When are you going to quit smoking?
4. When did you begin playing golf?
5. How many apples do you want?
6. Do you have any apples?
7. Are you American or French?
8. You are an American boy.
9. I hear that you are going to the United States.
10. Can you see that small house?
11. Do you believe in UFOs?
12. How many books do you read a month?
13. Were you home at ten?
14. Did you use my camera?
15. Do you want me to make coffee?
16. Did you read that thick book?
17. Are you satisfied with your job?
18. I can understand your position perfectly.
19. I will give you whatever you want.
20. What time did your friend go home?
21. Say hello to your friends.
22. Compare your translation with his.
23. Please write down your name.
24. How do you pronounce your name?
25. Spell your name, please.
26. Write your name and address.
27. Fill in your name and address.
28. Your name was mentioned.
29. How do you spell your family name?
30. Your dreams have come true.
31. Your pulse is normal.
32. Lend me your book, please.
33. Please lend me your book.
34. Here is your book.
35. You're a month behind in your rent.
36. Did you clean your room?
37. Where is your room?
38. I hope you will get well soon.
39. Your headache comes from overwork.
40. Your answer differs from mine.
41. Your answer is correct.
42. Your suggestion seems reasonable.
43. What are your strong points?
44. I wish I had listened to your advice.
45. I bought a pen for your birthday present.
46. Who is your favorite actor?
47. Please show me your stamp album.
48. Is your baby sleeping?
49. I didn't think this was your seat.
50. I misplaced your blue pen.
51. Your student called me.
52. I didn't catch your last name.
53. I will never forget your kindness.
54. I am willing to take your offer.
55. What flight were you on?
56. I want to talk with your uncle.
57. Let me know your address.
58. I think your letter is under that book.
59. Would you mind my moving your car?
60. Would you mind if used your car?
61. Lend me your dictionary, please.
62. Can I use your dictionary?
63. Lend me your bicycle.
64. Your bicycle is better than mine.
65. Your watch has been found.
66. What is your name?
67. You've finished your work.
68. Can I borrow your umbrella?
69. I will follow you wherever you go.
70. Please tell me what you think.
71. Your ideas are hardly practical.
72. What is your favorite food?
73. Who is your favorite composer?
74. Who is your favorite author?
75. What is your favorite TV program?
76. I am very pleased to hear of your success.
77. Please close the door behind you.
78. I don't understand what you are talking about.
79. Maybe you're right.
80. I understand what you mean.
81. I agree to your plan.
82. I hope your plan will work out.
83. I know exactly how you feel.
84. Could I use your desk?
85. I didn't mean to hurt your feelings.
86. Which is your bag?
87. I am looking forward to visiting your school.
88. It's your turn to sing.
89. Please write about your home.
90. Your house needs painting.
91. I'll pick you up at your home.
92. Could I use your pencil?
93. I've heard about you.
94. How tall is your youngest brother?
95. Your ideas sound crazy.
96. What's your opinion?
97. I wish I could speak English like you.
98. I wish I had a friend like you.
99. I lost your mail address.
100. Which is your pen?
101. Yours is over there.
102. Please show me your notebook.
103. Who is your dance partner?
104. I painted a picture for you.
105. I've ordered you some dessert.
106. What's your score?
107. Choose a dress you like.
108. Your order is ready.
109. What should I call you?
110. I don't mean you.
111. That sounds very interesting.
112. I am afraid I can't help you.
113. Can your mother drive a car?
114. Were your mother and father home?
115. Did your mother make those?
116. Are you proud of your father?
117. Your father is tall.
118. Is your father a teacher?
119. How old is your father?
120. Your father seems very nice.
121. I am acquainted with your father.
122. Do you know where your father went?
123. I can hardly wait till I see you.
124. You make life worth living.
125. Whatever you say.
126. I can't hear you very well.
127. How old is your uncle?
128. How old is your grandfather?
129. Check your order.
130. I've often heard about you.
131. You're right in a sense.
132. Let me introduce my mother to you.
133. I wish I had asked you for advice.
134. I have something to talk over with you.
135. I didn't get your last name.
136. I'll tell you about my father.
137. I am sending you a picture of my family.
138. There is an urgent message for you.
139. I have urgent business with you.
140. I'd like for you to go.
141. I am very glad to see you.
142. It was very nice seeing you again.
143. It's great to meet you.
144. I am glad to see you.
145. I would rather you stayed at home.
146. Let me get you something to drink.
147. I have no secrets from you.
148. I have good news for you.
149. I hope you won't mind if I give you some advice.
150. You'll be told in advance.
151. Do you have any brothers?
152. I should have told you everything earlier.
153. Do you have many hobbies?
154. When will it be convenient for you?
155. I had hoped to meet you there.
156. I'll leave everything to you.
157. I can't lend you this book.
158. I would like to tell you something.
159. I am happy to see you.
160. I think he will be glad to see you.
161. Can I ask you a favor?
162. I am surprised to see you.
163. I have something to give you.
164. I just asked because I thought you would know.
165. Who is it that you want to talk to?
166. I enjoyed your company.
167. Who is taller, you or Ken?
168. I mistook you for your brother.
169. I really enjoyed your company.
170. I'd like to have a word with you.
171. How long have you and Jane been married?
172. Nice talking with you.
173. I enjoyed talking with you.
174. May I talk with you?
175. I will come with you.
176. You're such a pack rat.
177. You're a wonderful guy.
178. Are you students?
179. Have you met each other?
180. I am glad that you will come.
181. I'm glad you could come.
182. I am looking forward to meeting you when you come.
183. I'll get you whatever you want.
184. I know that you are busy.
185. I thought you were Japanese.
186. Was he still here when you arrived?
187. I don't think there is any need for you to explain.
188. I think it is dangerous for you to drive a car.
189. Do it yourself.
190. I am pleased that you have passed the exam.
191. I am glad to help you whenever you need me.
192. I am very grateful to you for what you've done for my family.
193. Pretend you're me.
194. I know nothing about him beyond what you told me.
195. Tell me what you want me to do.
196. I'll do whatever you want me to do.
197. When was it that you first met her?
198. I'll miss you when you are gone.
199. I do love you.
200. I know you are clever.
201. I can't study with you watching me.
202. Tell me what you mean.
203. I have been hoping to hear from you.
204. I miss you so much.
205. I see why you don't want to go there.
206. When is your school festival?
207. I hope that you will like it.
208. I will do whatever you tell me to do.
209. I do hope you will come and visit us soon.
210. I am relieved that you are safe.
211. Let us know whether you can come.
212. I'm sorry you're leaving us.
213. I don't mind your staying here.
214. I wish you had come to see me yesterday.
215. I know you are hiding yourself behind the curtain.
216. I want to go wherever you're going.
217. I'll miss you very much if you go.
218. I'll miss you.
219. We miss you very much.
220. What happened to you last night?
221. The announcer can talk rapidly.
222. The announcer spoke English.
223. When will we arrive?
224. We're almost there.
225. We could really use another person around here.
226. I left my address book in my room.
227. Thank you for your advice.
228. Please explain it to me later.
229. Let's check it later.
230. Please call me at my hotel later.
231. I'll call him back later.
232. Would you please come again later?
233. I have another two letters to write.
234. Christmas is a week away.
235. I will be free in ten minutes.
236. I made an apple pie for you.
237. Let's check that shop, too.
238. Tom may have been sick.
239. Here he is!
240. There goes the bell.
241. There goes our bus.
242. I will show you around.
243. I saw nobody around.
244. There were flowers all around.
245. I know him.
246. I don't know what to do now.
247. That's an exclusive golf club.
248. It's at that counter.
249. Just step right over there.
250. That is the office where he works.
251. That is the house where Tom was born.
252. I have to buy one tomorrow.
253. I am going to do it first thing tomorrow.
254. I am allergic to aspirin, penicillin, and sulfa drugs.
255. I hope it'll be fine tomorrow.
256. It will be fine tomorrow.
257. Let's leave tomorrow morning.
258. I hope the weather will clear up tomorrow.
259. I'll be free all day tomorrow.
260. Tomorrow is my birthday.
261. What's the forecast for tomorrow?
262. The assistant took the money.
263. Asia is much larger than Australia.
264. I am interested in Asian history.
265. Come the day after tomorrow.
266. The day after tomorrow is Tom's birthday.
267. I can tell by his accent that he is German.
268. Akira can play tennis well.
269. Akira is a good tennis player.
270. Akira is good at playing tennis.
271. Frankly, I don't like him.
272. Einstein was a mathematical genius.
273. Einstein loved playing the violin.
274. I'm sorry my mother is not at home.
275. I'm sorry my father is out.
276. Unfortunately he refused to come.
277. Unfortunately, the store was closed.
278. Unfortunately it rained yesterday.
279. He shot at me.
280. They are out of hand.
281. He is a daredevil.
282. He's got money to burn.
283. He is a spoiled child.
284. He is nasty.
285. He should have worked harder.
286. He is the dumbest kid in the class.
287. Finally, he lost his temper.
288. He is a jack-of-all-trades.
289. I have to cover his loss.
290. I don't like his smart way of talking.
291. I don't get along with that guy.
292. He looks suspicious.
293. I don't care what they say.
294. Iceland used to belong to Denmark.
295. Two ice creams, please.
296. Am I hungry!
297. Don't do anything like that again.
298. Oh, don't worry about it.
299. USA stands for the United States of America.
300. What does UN stand for?
301. I like science fiction better.
302. What does SFX stand for?
303. I like L.A. better.
304. JST stands for Japan Standard Time.
305. What does G.N.P. stand for?
306. What does EC stand for?
307. AI stands for artificial intelligence.
308. Is it cheaper to call after 9:00?
309. I must get there by 9 o'clock.
310. Can you come at nine?
311. Would 9 o'clock be all right?
312. I barely made the 9:20 train.
313. It's a quarter past nine.
314. He was eager to return to school in September.
315. Please read page ninety-four.
316. An eight-year-old car is almost worthless.
317. Get me up at eight.
318. I'm going to check out at eight.
319. I'll meet to you at eight.
320. Would 8:30 be convenient for you?
321. There is no school during August.
322. It's on the eighth floor.
323. I missed the 7:00 train.
324. See you about 7.
325. Come here before seven o'clock.
326. I have to be there by 7:00.
327. I have to be back home by seven.
328. I'll call you at seven.
329. I got up at seven.
330. See you at 7.
331. The weather is usually hot in July.
332. It's cool today for July.
333. I will start working on July first.
334. Seven is a lucky number.
335. Seven is said to be a lucky number.
336. That's $7.65, please.
337. Come home by 6:30.
338. Dinner will be ready by six thirty.
339. You should come home before six.
340. After six hours' climbing, we finally succeeded in reaching the top of the mountain.
341. Take this medicine every six hours.
342. Let's wait until six o'clock.
343. Wait till six.
344. My plane leaves at six o'clock.
345. My airport shuttle bus leaves at six o'clock.
346. I don't mind leaving at six o'clock.
347. Please wake me at six.
348. I don't mind getting up at six.
349. Come home before six.
350. I have an appointment with him at six.
351. Will six o'clock suit you?
352. I will pick you up around six.
353. I got up at about six.
354. We have many rainy days in June.
355. It rains a lot in June.
356. It is a cold morning for June.
357. What time is convenient for you on June seventh?
358. I'd like to cancel my appointment for June first.
359. I am six feet tall.
360. Six months is a long time to wait.
361. Please wait for five minutes.
362. Five years is too long to wait.
363. Give me five days.
364. We must begin before five.
365. I'll call you around five o'clock.
366. He'll be back by five o'clock.
367. I want to finish this work by five.
368. I am to meet him at five at the station.
369. It's even very cold in May.
370. The doctor can see you at ten on May seventh.
371. This is the hottest summer we have had in fifty years.
372. He must be over fifty.
373. It's 50 yen.
374. Are you able to grant us a special discount of 5% for 50 sets of the product?
375. Can you lend me 500 yen?
376. I have about 5,000 yen.
377. I walked three-fourths of a mile.
378. I haven't heard a word from them in over four years.
379. I am leaving at four.
380. Let's take the 4:10 train.
381. Many kinds of flowers come out in the middle of April.
382. In April we have a lot of school events.
383. The cold weather extended into April.
384. It's rather cold for April.
385. 400 million people speak English as their first language.
386. We ordered 40 minutes ago.
387. He must be nearly forty.
388. Take three steps and jump.
389. The war began three years later.
390. He stayed there for three days.
391. There were three men.
392. Three people are still missing.
393. We have French in third period.
394. I expect him to be here by three.
395. Call her up at three.
396. I have an appointment with the dentist at 3 o'clock.
397. I can come at three.
398. In March many flowers come out.
399. 3 multiplied by 5 is 15.
400. I was kept waiting for nearly half an hour.
401. It took half an hour.
402. It leaves every thirty minutes.
403. Both dogs are asleep.
404. I have a reservation for two nights.
405. It has been raining for two days.
406. I have had to stay in bed for two days.
407. Don't be late for school again.
408. They have announced their engagement.
409. They are both very excited.
410. I missed the two o'clock plane.
411. I made a doctor's appointment for two.
412. Could we see each other for about an hour on February 27 at 3:00 pm?
413. May I ask a couple of questions?
414. Do you have any quarters?
415. Twenty teams entered the tournament.
416. I saw him go into the toilet a few minutes ago.
417. I have a few minutes to spare.
418. A few years ago, our room had little furniture in it.
419. I saw him at the station a few days ago.
420. You'd better stay in bed for a few days.
421. A few days' rest will do you good.
422. He stayed there a couple of days.
423. He will be back in a few days.
424. Call me every few days, and in that way we can keep in touch if something happens.
425. I've been there a couple of times.
426. Will ten thousand yen do?
427. I am dead tired from walking around all day.
428. He was playing tennis all day.
429. I've been working all day.
430. I got tired of lying in bed all day.
431. Do you have any day tours?
432. We have more apples than we could eat in a day.
433. I go shopping every other day.
434. It was Janet that won first prize.
435. I've won first prize!
436. I must buy one.
437. A car stopped at the entrance.
438. A man appeared at the door.
439. I plan to stay there a week.
440. I'll be staying here for a week.
441. The results will be back in a week.
442. I was allowed to take a week off.
443. I can do it in a week.
444. What do you have the first period?
445. After walking for an hour, we stopped to take a rest.
446. He left an hour ago.
447. We will leave in hour.
448. I'll call you up again in an hour.
449. I'll be back in an hour or so.
450. Let's meet at one o'clock.
451. January is usually the coldest month.
452. Exports in January were up 20% over the same period of last year.
453. January 1st is a day when many Japanese go to the shrine.
454. The first term starts in April.
455. I'd like seats on the first floor.
456. I succeeded in my first attempt.
457. A penny saved is a penny earned.
458. There is a page missing.
459. Give me $1.00 back, please.
460. It's impossible to learn English in a month.
461. I am 19 years old.
462. I haven't seen Tom since 1988.
463. An atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima in 1945.
464. In the late eighteenth century, a passport for an American was usually signed by the President of the United States.
465. A boy of seventeen is often as tall as his father.
466. A few days after his thirteenth birthday, Tony left school, too.
467. How about 12:45?
468. I could swim across the river when I was twelve.
469. Don't you think it is rather warm for December?
470. Twelve is an even number.
471. Has Flight 123 arrived?
472. It's almost half past eleven.
473. I barely managed to finish the letter by eleven o'clock.
474. I'm catching the 11:00 train.
475. I go to bed at eleven.
476. Come and see me at eleven o'clock.
477. It is ten minutes before eleven.
478. I would like to attend the party on November 1st.
479. Please refer to page ten.
480. She left home ten minutes ago.
481. Let's have a ten-minute break.
482. I can walk to school in ten minutes.
483. I arrived at the station ten minutes late.
484. I left Japan for the first time in ten years.
485. Ten years is a long time.
486. Ten years have gone by.
487. I'm going to take the 10:30 train.
488. You must be back by 10 o'clock.
489. I'll stay here until ten.
490. I'll be back at ten.
491. I have a previous engagement at ten.
492. Come at ten o'clock sharp.
493. It's ten o'clock sharp.
494. Ten houses were burned down.
495. Please refer to paragraph ten.
496. It's the third of October.
497. Let's start with Lesson Ten.
498. One billion people speak English.
499. I bought five ten-yen stamps.
500. I don't want to spend more than $10.
501. What is on Channel 10?
502. Can you lend me a dime?
503. Two from ten leaves eight.
504. Where is Room 105?
505. I have a fever of 102 degrees.
506. I don't know how things were a hundred or fifty years ago.
507. Is one thousand yen enough?
508. A thousand yen will do.
509. Can you make the deadline?
510. "Are you tired?" "No, not at all."
511. "A stitch in time saves nine" is a proverb.
512. "Do you mind opening the window?" "Not at all."
513. "Would you mind giving me a lift in your car?" "Not at all."
514. "Would you mind helping me with my work?" "Not at all."
515. I asked him if he knew her address.
516. "May I help you?" "No, thank you. I'm just looking."
517. "Can I help you?" "No, thank you. I'm just looking around."
518. "Will you have some more coffee?" "No, thanks. I've had enough."
519. "Will you have another cup of coffee?" "No, thank you."
520. "Anything else?" "No, that's all."
521. "Paul is sick in bed today." "That's too bad."
522. Can you give me a boat?
523. "Would you mind shutting the door?" "No, not at all."
524. "Whose books are these?" "They are Alice's."
525. "Do you like cake?" "Yes, I do."
526. Grandpa bought it for me!
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528. Hello, how are you?
529. Don't play dumb!
530. He often appears on TV.
531. Talk to you later.
532. I'm going to bed!
533. I'm going downtown.
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535. The trees are green.
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539. This factory manufactures automobile parts.
540. This factory produces CD players.
541. The soup is terribly hot.
542. This book is yours.
543. This is an emergency.
544. Let me go with you.
545. Tom fed his leftovers to his dog.
546. This room smells musty.
547. This is a daily newspaper.
548. Did you pay for the book?
549. You certainly play the piano well.
550. Do you really believe in ghosts?
551. You are a trouble maker.
552. You should keep your promise.
553. You're very brave, aren't you.
554. You are not coming, are you?
555. You're ill with flu.
556. You speak fluent English.
557. You should obey your parents.
558. Will you go by train?
559. Would you like to come along?
560. I wish you could have come with me.
561. Check it out!
562. Will you join us?
563. I wish you could have been there.
564. I'll sue you.
565. I have a surprise for you.
566. You remind me of my mother.
567. I can't see you without thinking of your mother.
568. I'll love you forever.
569. I couldn't help but fall in love with you.
570. I'll make you happy.
571. I believe in you.
572. Let me introduce you to Mr. Murata.
573. I can't wait for you.
574. I'm afraid I've offended you.
575. I am counting on you.
576. It's up to you.
577. You'd better go in person.
578. I have a job for you.
579. Which of you will go?
580. Who is your English teacher?
581. You must learn from mistakes.
582. You've changed.
583. I can't live without you.
584. Kaoru has gone to America.
585. A crowd soon gathered around him.
586. A crowd gathered at the scene.
587. The army had to retreat.
588. I have an older brother.
589. How tall is your brother?
590. I hope your brother is better.
591. I'd like you to meet my brother, Tom.
592. My brother is out.
593. My brother usually calls me from Chicago on Tuesday evenings.
594. My brother is very tall.
595. My brother likes horror movies.
596. My brother swims well.
597. My brother likes music.
598. My brother died of cancer last year.
599. My brother gave me a pair of jeans.
600. My brother is two years older then I am.
601. My brother goes to college in Kobe.
602. My brother took me to the museum.
603. Brothers should not quarrel.
604. How many brothers do you have?
605. According to the terms of the contract, your payment was due on May 31st.
606. Keiko is a singer.
607. I hope the economy picks up soon.
608. Business is improving.
609. How are things with you?
610. Business is slow.
611. The economy is picking up.
612. Experience is the best teacher.
613. I order five books on economics from London.
614. I major in economics.
615. The plan was being discussed.
616. A policeman came up to me.
617. A policeman came up to him.
618. The policeman followed him.
619. The policeman caught the thief.
620. Police officers wear blue uniforms.
621. The policeman arrested the thief.
622. The police held him in custody.
623. The police accused him of murder.
624. Thank you for your warning.
625. The police are after you.
626. The police are after me.
627. I have to go to the police station.
628. It was Mike that telephoned the police.
629. The police broke up the fight.
630. Where is the police station?
631. The police didn't find any clues.
632. The police arrested the burglar.
633. The police continued their investigation.
634. The police caught the thief.
635. The police arrested him for theft.
636. The police released him.
637. The police questioned him closely.
638. The police have caught him.
639. The police arrested the suspect.
640. Please call the police.
641. Not all policemen are brave.
642. I had a light lunch.
643. A whale is a mammal.
644. I met Yoko on my way to the theater.
645. Let's meet in front of the theater.
646. The shooting started around noon.
647. The wild wind was blowing.
648. No students were absent.
649. Never tell a lie.
650. Never speak ill of others.
651. Five runners reached the finals.
652. It's up to you to decide.
653. I'll leave the decision to you.
654. Let's leave the decision to Tom.
655. The decision was put off.
656. Don't worry about the results.
657. You were wrong after all.
658. I decided not to go to the movie after all.
659. You were right after all.
660. My plan was eventually adopted.
661. All right. I'll take it.
662. It's so exciting.
663. I had a baby girl the year after I got married.
664. Married people sometimes wish they were single.
665. We've been married for five years.
666. I want to marry you.
667. Marriage customs differ by country.
668. Marriage is a serious matter.
669. The wedding was put off.
670. The wedding will take place at the end of October.
671. The blood was bright red.
672. I feel sick whenever I see blood.
673. My blood pressure is 155 over 105.
674. Let me take your blood pressure.
675. I'd like you to have a blood test.
676. The blood test is normal.
677. The moon is shining bright.
678. The moon is shining brightly.
679. I put ten thousand yen into the bank every month.
680. I have an income of 50,000 yen a month.
681. I go to the movies three or four times a month.
682. I can't live on ten thousand yen a month.
683. That was just another party.
684. We have to turn in our reports on Monday.
685. I hope you will return it by Monday.
686. I always feel blue on Mondays.
687. Monday is my busiest day.
688. Monday's not good.
689. I'll be here by Monday.
690. Any day will do except Monday.
691. Ken and Joe went to the park to play tennis.
692. Ken's dog is white.
693. Ken went to the supermarket to buy some eggs.
694. Ken talked with his friends yesterday.
695. Ken is so busy that he can't come.
696. Ken is quite an athlete.
697. Ken is as tall as Bill.
698. Ken is a football player.
699. Ken has not washed the car yet.
700. Ken has been to England before.
701. Ken has never visited Kyoto.
702. Ken can swim, can't he?
703. Ken studies not only English but French.
704. Ken looks happy.
705. Ken was in Japan last year.
706. Ken has not been here since this morning.
707. Ken is kind to the girls.
708. Ken keeps two cats.
709. Ken is tall, but I'm not.
710. Ken has a white dog.
711. Ken plays soccer every day.
712. Ken wants to be a baseball player.
713. Ken went to the park to meet Yumi.
714. Ken will be fifteen next year.
715. Who runs faster, Ken or Tony?
716. Take care of your health.
717. Kenji decided to become a cook.
718. Kenji is a good speaker of English.
719. Kenji told his friends a story about his trip to India.
720. I'll see about getting the tickets.
721. Fighting won't settle anything.
722. What food don't you like?
723. That's a constructive suggestion!
724. Building materials are expensive now.
725. Building are much stronger now than they used to be.
726. The dog walked across the street.
727. A dog followed me to my school.
728. The dog attacked the little boy.
729. Look at the dog jump.
730. I saw a dog crossing the street.
731. A dog suddenly jumped at me.
732. A dog is barking.
733. The dog barked at the mailman.
734. Have you fed the dog?
735. Tell her not to get near the dog.
736. Dogs often bury bones.
737. I didn't know that dogs swim well.
738. Is the dog swimming?
739. Dogs can swim.
740. A dog will bark at strangers.
741. The dog walked backward.
742. Dogs are man's closest friends.
743. The dog bit the man.
744. Call off your dogs.
745. Keep the dog out.
746. My shoulders feel stiff.
747. It's an eyesore.
748. Can you find it?
749. You should try to see it.
750. Look! Two boys are fighting.
751. Let me check it.
752. Seeing is believing.
753. I can see a strange blue bird on the roof.
754. I'm disappointed with you.
755. A stranger came into the building.
756. A stranger spoke to me.
757. The stranger came toward me.
758. A wise man would not say such a thing.
759. Smart shopping requires careful planning.
760. Kenji is a tennis player.
761. Kenji plays tennis.
762. A wise man profits from his mistakes.
763. Great minds think alike.
764. I can't find my key.
765. May I have the key?
766. I had no difficulty breaking the lock.
767. I searched the drawer for the key.
768. I'm looking for my key.
769. I locked myself out.
770. You're looking good!
771. Good luck.
772. I'm doing fine.
773. Can you think of any reasons?
774. Strictly speaking, you are wrong.
775. I heard the front door slam.
776. The front door was open.
777. The doorbell is ringing.
778. Charge this to my account.
779. Someone stole my cash.
780. We give a 10% discount for cash.
781. Everything is all right now.
782. It's better as it is.
783. Where do you live now?
784. Let's face the facts!
785. I understand what you're saying.
786. You can say whatever you want to.
787. You are going too far.
788. It's easier said than done.
789. Am I making myself clear?
790. You should keep your mouth shut.
791. Don't tell me.
792. Do as you are told.
793. Please read between the lines.
794. I like languages.
795. An individual has rights and responsibilities.
796. You shouldn't ask personal questions.
797. Don't take it personally.
798. It's an old piano.
799. I like shopping in used-book stores and in used-clothing shops.
800. Can you page someone for me?
801. I have difficulty breathing.
802. Is he breathing?
803. You don't have to be so formal.
804. I heard the door open.
805. Lock the door!
806. Hold the door.
807. Don't leave door open.
808. I heard a knock at the door.
809. You'd better shut the door.
810. I looked in the cupboard.
811. The lake is deep here.
812. There were some boats on the lake.
813. How deep is the lake?
814. The lake is a long way from here.
815. The lake is deepest here.
816. The lake was frozen.
817. Let's drive to the lake.
818. Let's walk to the lake.
819. Can you change a five-dollar bill?
820. I asked her to call me at five o'clock.
821. Let's play tennis in the afternoon.
822. Will it rain this afternoon?
823. I have a lot of things to do this afternoon.
824. I have some free time in the afternoon.
825. I am going to play tennis in the afternoon.
826. It will clear up in the afternoon.
827. I don't want to go outside this afternoon.
828. We had the afternoon off.
829. I'll be at home in the morning.
830. I called him this morning.
831. Goro is good at English.
832. I have tennis practice later.
833. Please call me up later.
834. Please contact me later.
835. I'll clean up the kitchen later.
836. I'll let you know later.
837. You'll be sorry!
838. Please shut the door behind you.
839. Look back!
840. Don't look back.
841. Would you come with me?
842. Let's help each other.
843. You cannot be serious.
844. Give me your attention, please.
845. I hope you will be completely cured.
847. Could I help you?
848. Don't get me wrong.
849. I got a traffic ticket.
850. An accident has happened.
851. I broke my leg in a traffic accident.
852. A traffic accident happened there.
853. I don't like the traffic.
854. I know you can rely on him for transportation.
855. As a result of a traffic jam, he wasn't able to see her off at the station.
856. Light travels faster than sound.
857. I got off at the park.
858. It was fun playing in the park.
859. Are there many trees in the park?
860. There are some boys in the park.
861. There was a large crowd in the park.
862. All the cherry trees in the park are in full bloom.
863. I walked toward the park.
864. The park is filled with children.
865. I walked across the park.
866. Let's take a walk in the park.
867. There is a public telephone on that corner.
868. Where is a public telephone?
869. Don't swear in public.
870. Easier said than done.
871. My mouth was dry.
872. Please rinse out your mouth.
873. You keep out of this.
874. You'd better hold your tongue.
875. Open your mouth wide.
876. Shut your mouth.
877. Here's my account number.
878. I have bad breath.
879. You talk too much.
880. The girl sitting over there is Nancy.
881. Can you see anything over there?
882. Let's swim over there.
883. Aren't you thirsty?
884. I am thirsty. Please give me something cold to drink.
885. I have a sore throat and runny nose.
886. You can stay as long as you like.
887. Take as many peaches as you like.
888. You may talk as much as you like.
889. You may come whenever you like.
890. Put it where you like.
891. Choose any dress you like.
892. Buy any dress you like.
893. Which brand do you prefer?
894. Who is your favorite singer?
895. Choose any flowers you like.
896. Eat whatever food you like.
897. Who is your favorite player?
898. Who's your favorite actor?
899. Read whatever you like.
900. Curiosity killed the cat.
901. Fortunately, I was on time.
902. Luckily nobody got wet.
903. Fortunately, the weather was good.
904. She was not seriously injured.
905. Fortunately, no one was hurt.
906. I wish you the best of luck.
907. Isn't Yukimasa so cute?
908. Hiroko sat there all alone.
909. I am from Hiroshima, but now I live in Tokyo.
910. I met her on campus yesterday.
911. The flood began to subside.
912. The flood caused a lot of damage.
913. There are many ships in the harbor.
914. A coin rolled under the desk.
915. Would you care for some tea?
916. A cup of tea, please.
917. The rope broke under the strain.
918. I see your mind's made up.
919. I've changed my mind.
920. I'll remember that.
921. Think about it.
922. I have tried every means imaginable.
923. I changed my mind and decided not to go on a trip after all.
924. What's the airmail rate?
925. I am sending you a birthday present by air mail.
926. I heard you're raking in the money.
927. Won't you go?
928. It was wise of you not to go.
929. I've got to go.
930. I'd like to go.
931. You can go wherever you want to go.
932. Don't go, if you don't want to.
933. Let's go!
934. Don't leave everything to chance.
935. Maybe I'll go, and maybe I won't.
936. Are you going or staying?
937. I don't know whether to go away or to stay where I am.
938. I ought to go there, but I won't.
939. It's in your interest go.
940. I decided not to go.
941. Are you ready to go?
942. I am sorry I can't go.
943. Do as I told you.
944. I begged her not to go.
945. You are allowed to go.
946. Actions speak louder than words.
947. The lecture lasted for two hours.
948. The speaker cleared his throat.
949. The lecture started on schedule.
950. I give up.
951. Don't throw in the towel.
952. I can't afford to buy it.
953. The higher we climb, the colder it gets.
954. I can't afford to buy that.
955. I have high blood pressure.
956. I am on our high school soccer team.
957. What is the total amount?
958. The total is one hundred.
959. Please bring the master key.
960. In the United States there is a census every ten years.
961. I hear you went to the United States.
962. Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States, was born in a log cabin in Kentucky.
963. The United States annexed Texas in 1845.
964. The whistle blew.
965. Catch a signal.
966. If Katsumi is not allowed to have his own way, he easily gets angry.
967. Parliament is now in session.
968. I'd like to make an overseas call.
969. Black cloth absorbs light.
970. Blackboards are not always black.
971. Look at the blackboard.
972. My back is killing me.
973. I sat down and opened my notebook.
974. I have a bad pain in my lower back.
975. I don't like to eat fish with many bones.
976. A bone stuck in my throat.
977. Antique carpets are especially valuable.
978. Get me out of here.
979. It's quarter to eight now.
980. Are you free now?
981. It is cloudy now.
982. I wish I were in Paris now.
983. I'm very hungry now.
984. I've just arrived at the airport.
985. I feel like taking a walk now.
986. I have a little money now.
987. I am busy now.
988. What will happen if there's power failure now?
989. I'm too busy to talk to you now.
990. I need a little time to talk to you now.
991. I don't have much money now.
992. Stay where you are.
993. Are you hungry now?
994. I'm going to go home.
995. I am learning to play the guitar now.
996. I have just come here.
997. I have just read this book.
998. The concert is beginning now.
999. It's now or never.
1000. I don't feel like sleeping just now.

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