Thursday, November 4, 2010


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Natural-sounding Spoken English Sentences
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1. What was the weather report?
2. Weather reports rarely comes true.
3. There was a sudden change in the weather.
4. Weather permitting, I'll start tomorrow.
5. The weather was ideal.
6. It's nice and cool.
7. Natural resources are not limitless.
8. The exhibition was very impressive.
9. A good many of the pictures on exhibition were sold on the opening day.
10. The shop closes at seven.
11. I broke my wrist when I fell on it.
12. I fell down and hurt my wrist.
13. I'm excited about the move.
14. I've changed my job.
15. A change of air will do you a lot of good.
16. Can I leave a message?
17. You have a message here.
18. I live in the country.
19. The countryside has many trees.
20. Mr. Tanaka can play the piano well.
21. The light doesn't work.
22. Electricity is very useful.
23. Please turn on the light.
24. Could you turn off the lights?
25. Turn off the light.
26. Don't turn off the light.
27. Don't forget to turn the light off.
28. Let's take a train.
29. I left my tennis racket on the train.
30. Will we be in time for the train?
31. I couldn't catch the train.
32. I left my umbrella on the train.
33. I had my pocket picked on the train.
34. The train has just left.
35. The battery died.
36. Do you sell batteries?
37. It needs new batteries.
38. The electric light went out.
39. An electric current can generate magnetism.
40. I heard the telephone ringing.
41. The telephone doesn't work.
42. The telephone rang several times.
43. I hear the phone.
44. Anne was just about to leave the house when the phone began ringing.
45. Let's make a phone call.
46. I made him talk to his aunt on the phone.
47. Answer the phone.
48. Answer the phone, please.
49. Answer the telephone, will you?
50. The phone kept ringing.
51. None of the telephones are working.
52. The phones aren't working.
53. Are you through with the phone?
54. I'll make a phone call.
55. Please phone me before you come.
56. I have to make a phone call.
57. Please hold the line.
58. Please hold on a moment.
59. Could I borrow your phone?
60. May I use the phone?
61. I'm talking on the phone.
62. I looked up his phone number in the telephone book.
63. Is this 223-1374?
64. What's the number?
65. I seem to have the wrong number.
66. Give me your phone number.
67. Give me your telephone number.
68. I feel like throwing up.
69. I coughed up blood.
70. Don't touch the wet paint.
71. Watanabe is my family name.
72. They must have had an accident.
73. My efforts produced no results.
74. Thomas, make some effort !
75. I need a good pair of sunglasses.
76. I am sorry to cancel the appointment at the last minute.
77. Do you go to school on Saturday?
78. It was Saturday night.
79. How's Saturday night?
80. It is Saturday.
81. Do you have any plans for Saturday?
82. Do you have school on Saturdays?
83. Saturday is when my father is free.
84. He broke the window on purpose.
85. They'll kill me.
86. They have taken her away.
87. Slavery has been abolished in most parts of the world.
88. Don't be angry.
89. It seldom snows here in winter.
90. We have a lot of snow in the winter.
91. Did you enjoy your winter holidays?
92. Are you old enough to vote?
93. May I see your boarding pass please?
94. Where is the check-in counter?
95. The cost of living is very high in Tokyo.
96. In Tokyo, the cold season starts in the middle of November.
97. I hear that even taxi drivers often get lost in Tokyo.
98. A big earthquake occurred in Tokyo.
99. What's the number for the Tokyo Dome?
100. Which is larger, Tokyo or Kobe?
101. I hope to see you the next time you are in Tokyo.
102. Do you live in Tokyo?
103. All sorts of people live in Tokyo.
104. I live in Tokyo.
105. Tokyo was really wonderful.
106. Tokyo is bigger than Yokohama.
107. Tokyo is a huge city.
108. What's the local time in Tokyo now?
109. Tokyo is a big city.
110. Tokyo is the largest city in Japan.
111. Tokyo is the capital of Japan.
112. Is this the right train for Tokyo?
113. How do I get to your office from Tokyo Station?
114. I ran into an old friend at Tokyo Station.
115. Change trains at Tokyo Station.
116. I would rather starve than steal.
117. A person who steals deserves punishment.
118. It is wrong to steal.
119. It is bad to steal.
120. The light went on.
121. We will soon take off.
122. I am staying with my uncle for the time being, but later I will move to a small apartment.
123. I was a high school student at that time.
124. He was in America at that time.
125. I agree with you that we need more women in this company.
126. It can be cold here even in May.
127. We seldom have snow here.
128. I have few friends here.
129. It gets very humid here in the summer.
130. It's very cold here in February.
131. If can be very cold here even in May.
132. The food isn't very good here.
133. We sell goods on commission.
134. Hand in your papers.
135. Hand in your examination papers.
136. I have diabetes.
137. Send us a telegram when you arrive.
138. When does it arrive?
139. I had no chance to escape.
140. I have a splitting headache.
141. I am confused.
142. My head aches.
143. I can't help taking painkillers when I have a headache.
144. I had a headache, and I took the day off today.
145. Watch your head!
146. You've got a one-track mind.
147. Keep your head down.
148. Do you have a headache?
149. I have a headache, so I would like to take a day off today.
150. My headache has gone.
151. My scalp is very itchy.
152. What do the initials NTT stand for?
153. I stayed at home all day instead of going to work.
154. Don't work too hard.
155. Don't move, please.
156. Don't move, or I'll shoot you.
157. I can't move.
158. Don't feed the animals.
159. Don't be cruel to animals.
160. Do not feed the animals.
161. Don't feed the animals.
162. Animals are afraid of fire.
163. Are there many animals in the zoo?
164. I am tired of hearing the same thing so often.
165. Birds of a feather flock together.
166. You can't be at two places at once.
167. Never confuse pity with love.
168. You mind if I join you?
169. Misery loves company.
170. I just ran into her on the street.
171. I seem to be lost.
172. Are you lost?
173. I got lost.
174. The road was very rough.
175. The road parallels the river.
176. Move along, please!
177. Will you please show me the way?
178. I'll show you the way.
179. Let's cross the street.
180. Don't play in the street.
181. The road was wet from the rain.
182. Copper and silver are both metals.
183. I feel just fine.
184. She's been poisoned.
185. He is too young to go there alone.
186. I talk to myself.
187. Are you single?
188. After you have read it, give the book back to me.
189. Some people relax by reading.
190. Reading develops the mind.
191. Reading improves the mind.
192. I went on reading.
193. Suddenly the light went out.
194. Suddenly it became noisy.
195. He was suddenly very happy.
196. Suddenly Hiroko burst into tears.
197. Suddenly it began to rain.
198. Suddenly he accelerated the car.
199. Suddenly they stopped talking.
200. Suddenly her face was pale.
201. All at once she began to shout in a shrill voice.
202. The ghost vanished suddenly.
203. Black hens lay white eggs.
204. The pig is growing fat.
205. Pork doesn't agree with me.
206. It's cloudy.
207. It's getting cloudy.
208. It's a cloudy day.
209. Nara is a very old city.
210. I had my wallet stolen from my inner pocket.
211. Extension 45 please.
212. Where is the south terminal?
213. This is a difficult situation.
214. It's too difficult.
215. I had to choose between the two.
216. Choose between the two.
217. In February it snows at least every three days.
218. We have a lot of snow in February.
219. Carbon dioxide sometimes harms people.
220. I slept only two hours.
221. The weather stayed hot for two weeks.
222. More than twenty boys went there.
223. Two detectives followed the suspect.
224. Their swords clashed.
225. They nodded to each other.
226. What are you two doing?
227. They got married.
228. They hated each other.
229. The couple is walking hand in hand.
230. Two's company, three's crowd.
231. Never tell a lie again.
232. Get out of my life!
233. Don't come again.
234. I have a hangover.
235. I caught a cold two days ago.
236. Jiro is not in.
237. The price of meat dropped.
238. The meat has gone bad.
239. They say red wine is better with meat than white.
240. Meat, please.
241. I pulled a muscle.
242. A rainbow is a natural phenomenon.
243. The days are becoming shorter.
244. The sun is up.
245. The sun is rising.
246. The sun has gone down.
247. Sunshine is beneficial to plants.
248. Don't stay in the sun too long.
249. I have a bad sunburn.
250. Write in the date yourself.
251. I come from Japan.
252. In Japan school starts in April.
253. It rains a lot in June in Japan.
254. In Japan we have a lot of rain in June.
255. We often eat fish raw in Japan.
256. In Japan a new school year starts in April.
257. It is expensive to live in Japan.
258. Is this your first time in Japan?
259. Few Indians live in Japan.
260. We have a lot of earthquakes in Japan.
261. How long have you lived in Japan?
262. Where in Japan did you grow up?
263. Do you have any Japanese beer?
264. Are you interested in Japanese music?
265. Japanese houses are small.
266. Japan's army was very powerful.
267. Do you have any Japanese magazines?
268. The capital of Japan is Tokyo.
269. How many different pieces are there in Japanese chess?
270. This is a Japanese doll.
271. What is the population of Japan?
272. I'm from Tokyo, Japan.
273. Japan declared war on the United States in December, 1941.
274. How do you like Japan?
275. Japan is not as large as Canada.
276. Japan is smaller than Canada.
277. Japan imports oranges from California.
278. Japan has a mild climate.
279. Japan is full of surprises!
280. Japan is an industrial country.
281. There are many earthquakes in Japan.
282. Japan is an island country.
283. Japan is in eastern Asia.
284. Japan is a beautiful country.
285. Earthquakes frequently hit Japan.
286. Japan is a rich country.
287. Japan depends on foreign trade.
288. Welcome to Japan.
289. It has been ten years since I left Japan.
290. The Japanese economy developed rapidly.
291. Your Japanese is good.
292. How do you say "Thank you" in Japanese?
293. Don't speak in Japanese.
294. Do you have Japanese newspapers?
295. Speaking Japanese is easy for me.
296. Is there a Japanese-speaking stewardess?
297. Does someone here speak Japanese?
298. Japanese cars sell well overseas.
299. Do you like Japanese food?
300. Are you a Japanese citizen?
301. The Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
302. The Japanese have dark eyes.
303. Where is the Japanese Embassy?
304. We must cancel our trip to Japan.
305. What do you think of Japanese food?
306. Do you like to cook Japanese foods?
307. Let's meet on Sunday.
308. Do you deliver on Sundays?
309. Are you busy on Sunday afternoon?
310. Are they open on Sunday?
311. It has been raining since Sunday.
312. Is it open on Sunday?
313. I often play tennis on Sunday.
314. I do the laundry on Sundays.
315. She used to play tennis on Sunday.
316. What do you do on Sundays?
317. We'll meet on Sunday.
318. You don't have to work on Sundays.
319. Let's get together on Sunday.
320. I hope the weather will clear up on Sunday.
321. Some people go to church on Sunday morning.
322. Can you come on Sunday evening?
323. He did not work on Sunday night.
324. I usually stay indoors on Sunday.
325. What do you like to do on Sundays?
326. I relaxed at home last Sunday.
327. I stay at home on Sundays.
328. You may not come in.
329. Do I have to stay in the hospital?
330. Where is the admission's office?
331. What's the admission fee?
332. May I take a bath?
333. I have no patience.
334. Take off your wet clothes.
335. I don't mind if I get wet.
336. I was falsely accused.
337. The cat is sleeping on the sofa.
338. The cat dug its claws into my hand.
339. I can hear a cat scratching at the window.
340. The cat retracted its claws.
341. Cats are very clean animals.
342. Cats are related to tigers.
343. Cats dislike being wet.
344. The cat caught the rats.
345. Mary asked if the cat had drunk all of the milk.
346. The cat jumped in surprise.
347. The cat scratched my hand.
348. The cat arched its back.
349. Cats are active at night.
350. Don't pick up the cat.
351. The hot bath relaxed her.
352. I refreshed myself with a hot bath.
353. I have a fever.
354. My fever won't go away.
355. I have no fever.
356. Rainforests should be preserved.
357. Act your age.
358. Years passed.
359. Act your age!
360. I am eighteen years old.
361. Try to act your age.
362. Let me remind you again that March 31st is the due date.
363. What a pain.
364. The waves are high.
365. Tears are a child's weapon.
366. Basho was the greatest poet.
367. The horse would not move.
368. A horse can run very fast.
369. This is ridiculous!
370. Stop making a fool of yourself.
371. I have to eat, too.
372. Straighten up.
373. My back still hurts.
374. Pneumonia causes difficulty in breathing.
375. Do you charge for delivery?
376. Can you deliver this?
377. I'll pay double the price.
378. Plum blossoms come out in March.
379. When will the rainy season be over?
380. I have to go shopping.
381. Can you do some shopping for me?
382. Would you like to go shopping with me?
383. Where is the museum?
384. The exhibition will be open for another month.
385. Is it white?
386. I saw his face in the dim light.
387. The explosion frightened the villagers.
388. There are some eggs in the box.
389. Are there any apples in the box?
390. What is in the box?
391. Look into the box.
392. I looked into the box.
393. May I open the box?
394. I have dry skin.
395. It's chilly.
396. He left for England at the beginning of August.
397. I have to comb my hair.
398. The pigeon has flown away.
399. He will be here in half an hour.
400. Give me half of it.
401. All the sails were taken down.
402. Crime is on the increase.
403. Crime does not pay.
404. Crime doesn't pay.
405. You've got the wrong number.
406. I think you have the wrong number.
407. I am afraid you have the wrong number.
408. The program starts at nine o'clock.
409. I hope he will not let us down again by being late.
410. He can't be under thirty.
411. Is he your teacher?
412. I can't bear to see him cry like that.
413. What he says makes no sense at all.
414. I don't understand his reluctance to go.
415. I don't know when he will come here.
416. I don't know when he entered the building.
417. Can you believe what he said?
418. I don't know when he returned from France.
419. I don't know when he will come back.
420. I don't know for certain when he will arrive.
421. I am not sure when he will be back.
422. I am not sure when he will come.
423. It was obvious that he was lying.
424. I expect him to come.
425. I am disappointed that he is not here.
426. I wish he were here.
427. I don't know when he will be here.
428. I saw him come this way.
429. I often see him taking a walk in this neighborhood.
430. I never saw him in jeans.
431. He comes back from Sydney today.
432. I suggested that he go there at once.
433. I do hope that he will get well soon.
434. What he said is true.
435. He may be there.
436. He designed the car.
437. Whether he wrote the novel or not is not known.
438. He designed the new building.
439. I have the impression that he knows the secret.
440. He made up the story.
441. It is a pity that he died so young.
442. I don't know if he locked the door.
443. I don't know what has become of him.
444. I have no idea how he escaped.
445. I don't know where he comes from.
446. I don't know where he went.
447. I have no idea where he has gone.
448. He was naturally very angry.
449. I don't know what he is like.
450. I can't figure him out.
451. I can't figure out why he said so.
452. I can't figure out why he did it.
453. It's obvious why his stomach hurts.
454. He played the piano and she sang.
455. He won the race again.
456. He hasn't come yet.
457. Let's wait here till he comes back.
458. If he had studied harder, he would have passed the exam.
459. I wish he would write more often.
460. He thought of a good solution.
461. Do you often hear from him?
462. I couldn't get a definite answer from him.
463. I have heard nothing from him.
464. He wrote to me yesterday.
465. I received an invitation from him, but didn't accept it.
466. I had a phone call from him.
467. Have you heard from him?
468. He acted as our guide.
469. If he had taken his doctor's advice, he might still be alive.
470. It makes no difference to me whether he joins us or not.
471. It's obvious that you told a lie.
472. He's never told a lie.
473. The car he's driving is not his.
474. I heard him coming downstairs.
475. We don't care what he does.
476. Guess what he told me.
477. What do you think he did?
478. I don't care what he does.
479. No matter what he says, don't trust him.
480. Do you know what he said?
481. I can't imagine what he is thinking.
482. I don't know the reason why he will not go on to college.
483. He broke into a house.
484. I never heard him sing.
485. He sang a song.
486. I expect that he will help us.
487. I wish he had attended the meeting.
488. There is no hope of his recovery.
489. We heard him come downstairs.
490. I heard him go down the stairs.
491. Did you see him go out?
492. Please wait till he comes back.
493. Let's leave things as they are until he comes back.
494. I'll wait here till he comes back.
495. Let's leave as soon as he gets back.
496. He was elected chairman.
497. He moved into my neighborhood.
498. I caught him stealing the money.
499. The police suspect that he robbed the bank.
500. I bet that he'll accept your personal.
501. I am convinced that he is innocent.
502. They have been married for ten years.
503. All that he says is true.
504. What he says is very important.
505. Few students could understand what he said.
506. What he said is not true.
507. What he said turned out to be true.
508. Do you believe what he said?
509. I remember what he said.
510. Everything he said was right.
511. I like him.
512. I don't care whether he leaves or stays.
513. I wish he were here now.
514. I don't know if he will visit us next Sunday.
515. I don't know the reason he is absent today.
516. What he needs most is a good job.
517. He was the first person to arrive.
518. He was the first to come.
519. He came to see you yesterday.
520. What he said yesterday is not true.
521. I don't care whether he agrees or not.
522. I am certain that he will quit his job.
523. He has been dead for three years.
524. I don't know whether he will join us or not.
525. He is the chief of my department.
526. I don't know whether he's younger or older than I am.
527. I saw him looking at me.
528. I know he is watching me.
529. He came to my rescue.
530. I began to understand the reason why he hated me.
531. I don't know whether he will agree to our plan or not.
532. I doubt if he will come on time.
533. There is not much possibility of his coming on time.
534. There is no reason why he should resign.
535. I didn't know he had decided to leave his job.
536. I am afraid he will make a mistake.
537. I saw him wash the car.
538. Is there any possibility of his resigning?
539. I am positive that he has finished.
540. The place where he lives is far from town.
541. I heard him go out.
542. I don't doubt that he will help me.
543. We took it for granted that he would help us.
544. There is a good chance that he will win.
545. There is little chance of his winning.
546. He said he would pay for the dinner.
547. He can't know the truth.
548. He owes his success to good luck.
549. I hope that he will succeed.
550. He couldn't possibly succeed.
551. I admit that he is right.
552. I am of the opinion that he is right.
553. I don't know exactly when he will arrive.
554. I doubt if he is honest.
555. Her honesty is beyond question.
556. I was relieved to hear that he was alive.
557. I don't know whether he is dead or alive.
558. Where was he born and raised?
559. Is there any possibility that he'll win the election?
560. It's unusual for him to get up early.
561. Do you think he is the guy that broke the window?
562. I saw him running.
563. I don't know whether he is a college student or not.
564. I really like him!
565. He sent me a birthday card.
566. We saw him walking across the street.
567. We saw him walk across the street.
568. I saw him enter the store.
569. He must have missed the train.
570. There is no need for him to work.
571. The crowd yelled when he scored a goal.
572. He has been in Japan for three years.
573. He deserves punishment.
574. He can't be ill.
575. I noticed him sneak into the room.
576. I heard him go out of the room.
577. I didn't know he had decided to leave.
578. I had just finished my homework when he visited me.
579. I know he is busy.
580. I know that he was busy.
581. I can't figure out what he really wants.
582. Will you let me know when he comes?
583. I bet five dollars that he will not come.
584. If he doesn't comes, we won't go.
585. Whether he comes or not, I'll go.
586. I doubt if he will come.
587. I don't know whether he will come or not.
588. I am doubtful whether he will come.
589. I will wait here till he comes.
590. Let's wait till he comes.
591. He is a real gentleman.
592. What is he like?
593. He is my type!
594. I am to meet him at ten.
595. I feel comfortable in his company.
596. May I go with him?
597. I feel relaxed with him.
598. I don't think I can get along with him.
599. Don't disappoint him.
600. I have known him for ten years.
601. I'm always meeting him there.
602. I often went fishing with him.
603. I haven't met him.
604. I am in touch with him.
605. I just can't get along with him.
606. Shake hands with him.
607. I feel secure with him.
608. I'm going fishing with him.
609. I don't intend to marry him.
610. He and I walked together.
611. I got to know him.
612. I have known him for two years.
613. Have you known him for a long time?
614. He is difficult to get along with.
615. I found it difficult to get along with him.
616. I am meeting him next Friday.
617. He could do it.
618. He can be trusted.
619. I owe him 1,000 dollars.
620. He kept me waiting for an hour.
621. When would you like to see him?
622. I got even with him.
623. I expect much of him.
624. Let him pay for it.
625. He gave me a cold.
626. I had him carry my bag.
627. Please pour him a glass of beer.
628. Can he do this job?
629. Do you want him?
630. I asked him to do that.
631. Get him to help you with the work.
632. I gave him the book.
633. Let him do it.
634. I couldn't get him to do it.
635. Don't let him touch it.
636. Let him do it alone.
637. I couldn't get him to stop smoking.
638. Give him a break!
639. Ask him where he parked his car.
640. She is everything to him.
641. He has a daughter who is very pretty.
642. He has a son and two daughters.
643. He has two daughters.
644. I'd rather not meet him.
645. He has a nice place in the country.
646. He has no girlfriend.
647. I doubt his ability to do the job.
648. He couldn't understand the sentence.
649. I don't doubt his ability to do it.
650. He had a strong alibi.
651. There's something unusual about him.
652. There's something mysterious about him.
653. I'll be seeing him again.
654. He has another son.
655. I can't put up with him any longer.
656. I can't put up with him.
657. He didn't mean to hurt you.
658. He has a brother and two sisters.
659. He has three brothers.
660. He has three children.
661. He had three sons.
662. Does he have any children?
663. He has no children.
664. I can't distinguish him from his brother.
665. I see him once in a while.
666. I met him on several occasions.
667. He is mentally handicapped.
668. I haven't met him before.
669. He has a great sense of humour.
670. I met him about noon.
671. I don't want to see him again.
672. He had a large family to support.
673. He doesn't have any friends.
674. A brilliant future lay before him.
675. He has a large family to support.
676. You'd better not tell him.
677. Ask if he wants another drink.
678. Ask him to stay a while.
679. Please bring him his beer.
680. We will let him try.
681. Do you see him often?
682. I remember having seen him somewhere before.
683. I taught him how to swim.
684. I spoke to him in English, but I couldn't make myself understood.
685. Ask him the way to station.
686. Can you give him first aid?
687. Forget it. There's no sense giving him advice.
688. I asked what he was going to do.
689. I went to see him, but he was out.
690. Can you meet him?
691. I remember seeing him.
692. Tell him not to be late for school.
693. I advised him to take a rest.
694. Let him play your guitar.
695. I mentioned your name to him.
696. I remember giving him the key.
697. Let him have his say.
698. I couldn't make him understand my English.
699. I had him paint my house.
700. I got him to clean my room.
701. She cooked him meals.
702. He got a new job.
703. Please wait on him first.
704. I asked him to open the window.
705. My attitude towards him changed.
706. Tell him to wait.
708. I called him up.
709. Did you telephone him?
710. I tried to call him, but the line was busy, and I couldn't get through.
711. I forget to telephone him.
712. I should have known better than to call him.
713. I called him up, but he wasn't there.
714. Let him use the telephone.
715. I couldn't get him on the phone.
716. I hope he hasn't had an accident.
717. Don't tell him the answer.
718. I read the letter to him.
719. Ask him if he can speak Japanese.
720. Lend him as much money as he needs.
721. I keep telling him to listen, but he won't.
722. I will have him come.
723. I had no choice but to do what he asked.
724. If you ask him, he will help you.
725. You may speak to him.
726. I didn't need to tell him.
727. That nickname fits him perfectly.
728. None of his advice was very useful.
729. According to him, she is honest.
730. His family is very large.
731. His overcoat is worn out.
732. He blew the deal.
733. His uncle died five years ago.
734. His grandmother looks healthy.
735. His money was all gone.
736. His brother passed away last month.
737. His father doesn't play golf.
738. I hear that his father is abroad.
739. His father calls him Tom.
740. His mother used to be a singer.
741. His mother is an English teacher.
742. His mother looks young for her age.
743. His bag was badly damaged.
744. I know nothing about him.
745. I do not know anything about him.
746. I thought he was an American but he turned out to be an Englishman.
747. Don't laugh at him.
748. Tell me about him.
749. I was disappointed with his speech.
750. His piano playing sounded fantastic.
751. He is taller than his brother.
752. I have no money in my pocket.
753. He has a very good sense of humor.
754. I don't go for men of his type.
755. Don't call him names.
756. Some object to his opinion.
757. His view is quite logical.
758. His opinion was not accepted.
759. His opinion is generally correct.
760. His clothes are worn out.
761. His ashes are buried here.
762. His English is quite good.
763. I hope you'll get his support.
764. I can do without his help.
765. Don't rely on his help.
766. Don't count on his help.
767. His speech was too short.
768. I don't think that his performance was any good.
769. What is his wife like?
770. His music is too noisy.
771. His house was on fire.
772. There's been a death in his family.
773. His house was struck by lightning.
774. His house was sold for $10,000.
775. His house is not far from here.
776. His house was burnt down.
777. His house is across the street.
778. His house is for sale.
779. I had a hard time finding his house.
780. His patience reached its limit.
781. His office is very close to mine.
782. Few people understood his comment.
783. His pictures are very famous.
784. Afraid of hurting his feelings, I didn't tell him the truth.
785. I don't want to hurt his feelings.
786. A rash appeared on his face.
787. He is rarely in a good mood.
788. I found it difficult to please him.
789. I think I hurt his feelings.
790. He is well paid.
791. I wish I knew where he was!
792. Who does he work for?
793. His brother goes to school by bus.
794. I don't know either of his brothers.
795. Both his brothers are teachers.
796. I agree with his plan.
797. I am concerned about his health.
798. He painted a picture of a dog.
799. His dog barks at me.
800. I don't quite understand what he says.
801. I don't quite believe what he says.
802. I concentrated on what he was saying.
803. He is quite right.
804. What he says is true.
805. I think that he is right.
806. Do as he tells you.
807. Do you believe him?
808. I should have known better than to believe him.
809. His meaning is quite plain.
810. I did not understand him at all.
811. I didn't quite make out what he said.
812. I couldn't catch what he said.
813. I found it difficult to understand what he was saying.
814. Don't believe what he says.
815. His ideas are always practical.
816. His behavior is sometimes strange.
817. What is his nationality?
818. I found his latest novel interesting.
819. His wife comes from California.
820. His wife is one of my friends.
821. His wife gave birth to twin boys.
822. His wife opened the door for him.
823. His work is now complete.
824. His work is making watches.
825. His work is washing cars.
826. He is doing well.
827. His sister became a doctor.
828. Both his sisters are beautiful.
829. His children have grown up.
830. His death surprised us all.
831. He died of cancer.
832. His business is growing rapidly.
833. I hear his business is on the verge of going bankrupt.
834. His office is on the eighth floor.
835. His picture was in the newspaper.
836. His car has no wheels.
837. His car was seriously damaged.
838. His car is a Ford.
839. I have to answer his letter.
840. His hobby is collecting stamps.
841. His hobby is painting pictures.
842. His hobby is collecting old stamps.
843. A crowd was gathering around him.
844. I checked with him to see if his address was right.
845. His aunt has three cats.
846. If I hadn't had his help, I would be dead.
847. I need his help.
848. Pay attention to his advice.
849. His advice was very helpful.
850. His assistant polished his shoes.
851. His business is doing well.
852. What is his business?
853. I haven't read any of his novels.
854. I do not read his novels.
855. I haven't read either of his novels.
856. His jokes made us laugh.
857. I can't stand his behavior anymore.
858. His new novel is worth reading.
859. I am satisfied with his progress.
860. I have access to his library.
861. Thanks to his recommendation, I was able to get a teaching job at a college in Tokyo.
862. That's the way he is.
863. Let's drink to his success.
864. I think his life is in danger.
865. He has a deep voice.
866. His voice carries very well.
867. He has a loud voice.
868. Some people questioned his honesty.
869. His explanation is not clear.
870. Both his grandfathers are dead.
871. I didn't attend his funeral.
872. I feel bad about not having gone to his funeral.
873. His son became a famous pianist.
874. He has long legs.
875. I almost forget that it was his birthday.
876. His birthday is August 21st.
877. Why don't you listen to his advice?
878. I am sick of his long speech.
879. He bored us with his long stories.
880. His long speech bored everyone.
881. His brother is always watching TV.
882. His suggestion is worth considering.
883. I think his suggestion is worth considering.
884. He proposal was not acceptable.
885. We should adopt his proposal.
886. I forgot his phone number.
887. I wish you could have seen him pitch.
888. He answered incorrectly.
889. His patience is worn out.
890. His horse jumped over the fence.
891. His hair has turned white.
892. He got a bad reputation.
893. His illness may be cancer.
894. I'm tired of all his complaints.
895. His father eats there twice a week.
896. His father always comes home late.
897. Is his father a doctor?
898. There is a lot of furniture in his room.
899. His room was covered with dust.
900. His room is twice as large as mine.
901. His clothes always smell bad.
902. His clothes are out of fashion.
903. His writing is very subjective.
904. His mother came to pick him up.
905. His mother sighed with relief.
906. He hung up on me.
907. He's three inches taller than I am.
908. His methods are not scientific.
909. His book was upside down.
910. After reading his books I feel I can construct a house.
911. Is his pulse regular?
912. His daughter is a nurse.
913. He was named after his grandfather.
914. I know what his name is.
915. What is his name?
916. His name is Kenji, but everyone calls him Ken.
917. His name is Kenji, but we call him Ken.
918. I know him by name.
919. Do you remember his name?
920. I didn't remember his name until afterward.
921. I couldn't remember his name.
922. Few students knew his name.
923. Don't you know his name?
924. I forget his name.
925. I admire him for his courage.
926. All his friends backed his plan.
927. His predictions have come true.
928. His prediction might come true.
929. His prediction has come true.
930. Both his parents are dead.
931. Both his parent are well.
932. His parents ran a hotel.
933. His parents took him for a walk.
934. His speech got awfully boring.
935. I don't like his way of talking.
936. I don't care for the way he talks.
937. I can hardly believe his story.
938. His story amused everyone.
939. His story made us laugh.
940. His speech inspired all the boys.
941. His story is partially true.
942. Is his story true?
943. His story may be true.
944. His story must be true.
945. Do you believe his story?
946. He seems happy.
947. He asked me why I was laughing.
948. He's been working all day long.
949. He is two years older than you.
950. He studies American history.
951. Is he American?
952. He was English.
953. He likes Italian food.
954. He kicked it.
955. He likes this guitar.
956. He read the letter slowly.
957. He cut the envelope open.
958. He likes Disney.
959. He is enthusiastic about tennis.
960. He is watching TV.
961. He said that he was very happy.
962. He is a volleyball player.
963. He took out a coin from his pocket.
964. He is likely to be late again.
965. He seldom breaks his promise.
966. He is no longer here.
967. He fell asleep with the radio on.
968. He is old enough to travel alone.
969. He is old enough to drive a car.
970. He speaks English fluently.
971. He was worn out when he got home.
972. He enjoyed those visits.
973. He stamped out a fire.
974. He has broken the record.
975. He seems to be rich.
976. He has a dog.
977. He's always changing his mind.
978. He made me happy yesterday.
979. He made a box yesterday.
980. He looked through a magazine.
981. He asked me where my uncle lived.
982. He has a bicycle.
983. He was shot to death.
984. He can ride a horse.
985. He lives by himself in the woods.
986. He's eligible for the presidency.
987. He's a big boy.
988. He studies Chinese.
989. He used to meditate in the morning.
990. He usually goes to school by bus.
991. He keeps two cats.
992. He speaks Japanese well.
993. He wanted to get his shirts washed.
994. He gives her everything she asks for.
995. He is Sandayu Momochi.
996. He went up Mt. Fuji.
997. He's a strange character.
998. He took off his hat.
999. He bought a hat.
1000. He never speaks unless spoken to.

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