Thursday, November 4, 2010


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Natural-sounding Spoken English Sentences
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1. Tom will be able to drive a car soon.
2. Tom will be able to swim soon.
3. Tom loses his temper so easily that everybody avoids him.
4. Tom made Jill his secretary.
5. Tom made Jill a new dress.
6. Tom is on good terms with John.
7. Tom is as tall as Jack.
8. Tom is eager to buy a new car.
9. Tom satisfied his hunger by eating some sandwiches.
10. Tom is going to apply for a job with a computer company.
11. Tom is the captain of this baseball team.
12. Tom was sick in bed last Sunday.
13. Tom can do this work alone.
14. Tom likes tea better than coffee.
15. Tom walked Kate home.
16. Tom came home early yesterday.
17. Tom is taller than his mother.
18. Tom is as tall as his father.
19. Tom denied having stolen the money.
20. Tom is always watching television.
21. Tom is always playing video games.
22. Tom will become a good soccer player some day.
23. Tom suggested that Ann should sell the house.
24. Tom is not as old as you.
25. Tom can swim as fast as you.
26. Tom will have breakfast early tomorrow.
27. Tom lay on his back.
28. Tom said that he had been cleaning the house all day.
29. Tom lived in Japan for ten years.
30. Tom is a friend of mine.
31. Tom's way of speaking gets on my nerves.
32. Tom's way of speaking got on my nerves.
33. Tom's hope was to win first prize.
34. Tom's Japanese is improving little by little.
35. Where is Tom's classroom?
36. Tom's speech was excellent.
37. Tom's grandmother looks healthy.
38. I had to run to catch up with Tom.
39. According to Tom, Jane got married last month.
40. Tom has many talents.
41. Tom has a talent for modern painting.
42. Tom and I are friends.
43. Tom and I have nothing in common.
44. Tom and I are good friends.
45. Tom is engaged to Ruth.
46. Tom and Mike became acquainted through their mutual friends.
47. Tom and Frank are good friends.
48. I am on speaking terms with Tom.
49. Tom and Sue love each other.
50. Tom and Nancy broke up last month.
51. Tom and Sue have known each other since 1985.
52. Tom and John are good friends.
53. Tom and Jim have been on bad terms for many years.
54. Tom is as tall as Jim.
55. Tom and Jane got married last month.
56. Will you go with Tom?
57. Aren't you Tom?
58. Tom got first prize, didn't he?
59. I wish Tom were my younger brother.
60. I heard Tom snoring during the class.
61. I expect that Tom will pass the exam.
62. Tom found me a taxi.
63. I'm going to talk to Tom when he returns home.
64. Tom leads the soccer team.
65. When Tom told Chris he didn't like her scarf, she got rid of it.
66. Uncle Tom is my mother's brother.
67. How are you, Tom?
68. Tommy is a nice man.
69. Miss Thomas teaches us history.
70. Thomas was named after his father.
71. Thomas Edison invented the light bulb.
72. Which train are you catching?
73. I didn't know for certain which train to take.
74. I have no idea to what extent I can trust them.
75. Every seat was full.
76. Each student has a locker.
77. Every girl knows that singer.
78. Can you recommend a good play?
79. Where does it hurt?
80. Not all children like apples.
81. All children do not like apples.
82. I haven't decided which job to apply for.
83. Which dog is yours?
84. Which subject do you like best?
85. What season do you like the best?
86. What fruit do you like the best?
87. I like English best of all subjects.
88. Which house did you live in?
89. Every house had a garden.
90. How can I get to the police station?
91. How did you get to know about her?
92. How are you getting along?
93. How did you come here?
94. How do you want your hair cut?
95. What are the symptoms?
96. What payment options are available?
97. I don't know which button to push.
98. Which is your favorite team?
99. Which team will win?
100. What sport do you like best?
101. Which skirt do you like?
102. What gate is my connection?
103. Which credit cards can I use?
104. How long have you been abroad?
105. How long will you be staying?
106. How long have you waited?
107. How much will it cost?
108. Thank you just the same.
109. Anyway, I'm getting more experience.
110. Anyway, if it just stops raining then we might be able to go out.
111. Just put those packages anywhere.
112. Tony has a nice voice.
113. Does Tony study after dinner?
114. Tony studies after dinner.
115. Tony is playing.
116. Does Tony run every day?
117. Tony runs every day.
118. Tony can run fast.
119. Who does Tony like?
120. Tony is a fast runner.
121. Tony lives in Kobe.
122. Tony speaks English well.
123. What is Tony doing?
124. Tony is a very good tennis player.
125. Where is Tony playing?
126. Has Tony been watching TV?
127. Tony was not busy then.
128. Where was Tony playing then?
129. Is Tony there?
130. When does Tony study?
131. Tony speaks English as well as you.
132. Tony's voice is nice.
133. What does Tony do?
134. Tony broke it.
135. Tony is a polite boy.
136. Tony did not feel poor.
137. Tony was happy.
138. Where's Tony?
139. Tony stood at the door.
140. Who do you want to speak to?
141. Who teaches you English conversation?
142. Totoro makes friends with everyone.
143. I had no choice but to stay.
144. It's a beautiful country.
145. I am too tired to walk any more.
146. It was very difficult.
147. It's nice and warm.
148. They are very big.
149. It was a beautiful sight.
150. It's a very quiet room.
151. You've been very helpful.
152. It's too hot for us to work.
153. It was so hot I took my coat off.
154. It was such a hot day that we went swimming.
155. I dislike going through customs at the airport because it takes so long.
156. I feel like a brand new person.
157. I was moved.
158. I really appreciate what you've done.
159. It was so cold that no one wanted to go outside.
160. I feel very cold.
161. I really enjoyed myself.
162. I had a wonderful time.
163. It was so dark.
164. It was really cheap.
165. I feel very chilly.
166. I can't possibly manage it.
167. That's a beautiful dress.
168. It was very beautiful.
169. I felt very awkward.
170. I was very hungry.
171. I'm very short of money.
172. It tastes very good.
173. It was an exciting game.
174. It smelled really good.
175. It's very good.
176. It's very hot, isn't it?
177. Either day would be all right with me.
178. Who's winning?
179. It doesn't matter.
180. I don't know which is which.
181. Which do you recommend?
182. I like neither of them.
183. Which way should I go?
184. Where are you headed for?
185. I haven't read either book.
186. You can take either book.
187. Which book is better?
188. Which book is yours?
189. Which cap is yours?
190. Which one do you think is correct?
191. You can take either road.
192. I wonder which way is the shortest?
193. I don't know either boy.
194. I don't like either of the boys.
195. I didn't see either boy.
196. Which boy is Masao?
197. Which car is your father's?
198. I don't like either watch.
199. Which team won the game?
200. Which bag is yours?
201. Where are you staying?
202. Who do you work for?
203. Could you tell me which way I should go?
204. You may choose whichever you like.
205. Eat whichever one you like.
206. Take whichever you like.
207. Take whichever you want.
208. Take whichever one you like.
209. Choose whichever you want.
210. Which side won?
211. I can't remember which is my racket.
212. Which is mine?
213. Tell me which you want.
214. I would rather go out.
215. I would rather not go.
216. He is rather optimistic.
217. Which is your guitar?
218. Who does Toshio like?
219. Does Toshio like Sachiko?
220. Toshio can speak English very well.
221. Where will you visit?
222. What should I see?
223. By the way, do you play the violin?
224. Don't cry, There's nothing wrong.
225. Everywhere seems to be crowded.
226. How far are you going?
227. Where can I park?
228. Guess where I've been?
229. I don't know where to go.
230. I take my camera wherever I go.
231. Where do you want to go?
232. What seats do you want?
233. Which doctor is attending you?
234. Where are you planning to stay?
235. Where will you be staying?
236. I asked him where he lived.
237. Where should I sit?
238. I have to take a bus to go anywhere.
239. Where will we eat?
240. You know where everything is.
241. I have no idea where I left my keys.
242. Where would I find books?
243. Where did you get your hair cut?
244. Where do you work?
245. Where should we meet?
246. Where can I get stamps?
247. Where should I transfer?
248. Where do I have to change trains?
249. Where shall we meet?
250. I didn't know where to get the bus.
251. Where can I get a taxi?
252. Where did you get it?
253. Where's convenient for you?
254. Is something wrong with you?
255. What's wrong with me?
256. Where did you come from?
257. Where does it leave from?
258. Would you like to go have a drink?
259. It's five o'clock somewhere now.
260. Is there a telephone anywhere?
261. Are you going anywhere?
262. I remember seeing her somewhere.
263. I must have made a mistake somewhere.
264. I think I've met you before.
265. I remember seeing you somewhere.
266. I remember meeting you somewhere.
267. Keep in touch with me.
268. Sometimes I doubt your intelligence.
269. People sometimes compare death to sleep.
270. Please write to me from time to time.
271. Sometimes when it's very cold, I can't get my car to start.
272. I hear from him once in a while.
273. I had to fix the toaster.
274. Can you come?
275. How is it going?
276. What's the difference?
277. How do you go to school?
278. Tell me how you solved the problem.
279. I seem to have caught a cold.
280. I seem to have caught a bad cold.
281. How did he come here?
282. How did you get them?
283. Can you give me the recipe?
284. How did you make it?
285. How are you going to get home?
286. I can't remember how to go there.
287. I can't figure out what he means.
288. I seem to have a temperature.
289. I seem to have a fever.
290. I just don't feel satisfied.
291. I'm sorry.
292. I don't get it.
293. There seems to be no need to go.
294. I think I'd better stay here.
295. That's very kind of you.
296. I feel that I don't really belong here.
297. I'm just looking, thank you.
298. I managed to finish the book.
299. Can you possibly help me?
300. We finally got rid of our old car.
301. At last we reached California.
302. At last, the baby fell asleep.
303. Please give us some examples.
304. Please tell me the truth.
305. Please take off your hat.
306. Please make way for him.
307. Please knock before you come in.
308. Would you please tell me the way?
309. Please drive carefully.
310. Please step inside.
311. Please take good care of yourself.
312. Please keep quiet.
313. Please sit at the table.
314. Please help me with my homework.
315. I want to speak to Mr. Sato please.
316. Give me your opinion, please.
317. Please do it quickly.
318. Please keep the fire burning.
319. Please feel free to ask questions.
320. Please have some cookies.
321. Open the door, please.
322. Close the door, please.
323. Please turn on the television.
324. Please turn it on.
325. Please tell me your address.
326. Please help yourself.
327. Help yourself, please.
328. Please put this into English.
329. Please stay as long as you wish.
330. Take this seat, please.
331. Please translate this sentence into Japanese.
332. Please have a seat here.
333. Please drop in on us.
334. Please take care of yourself.
335. Please enter now.
336. Please don't bother.
337. Please make yourself comfortable.
338. Make yourself comfortable.
339. Please don't get up.
340. Please have a second helping.
341. Sit down, please.
342. Please have a seat.
343. Please tell me about your trip.
344. Please, tell me.
345. Please remain seated.
346. Please take a seat.
347. You're only foolin' round.
348. How can I reach you?
349. What are you going to do about it?
350. It can't be helped.
351. What made her so angry?
352. I can't figure out why she didn't come.
353. Why did they turn down your proposal?
354. What prevented him from coming?
355. I can't figure out why he didn't tell the truth.
356. Why don't you come in?
357. Why can Taro speak English so well?
358. Why did you run away?
359. I don't see why I should not do that.
360. What are you doing that for?
361. What made you come here so early?
362. Why did you come home so late?
363. I just can't memorize students' names.
364. I want to get rid of it.
365. Accidents will happen.
366. I just can't make up my mind.
367. I do want to go to Italy.
368. Why are you so late?
369. Why are you so angry?
370. What makes you think so?
371. I wonder why karaoke is so popular.
372. I had no idea what to do.
373. Why didn't you follow my advice?
374. What's kept you?
375. What made you think so?
376. Why is it so hot?
377. What's up, Mike?
378. How can I become rich?
379. How can I get to the zoo from here?
380. Please remain standing.
381. Turn on the light, please.
382. Please remember to mail the letter.
383. Please forgive me.
384. Please correct my pronunciation.
385. Please let me in.
386. Turn off the light, please.
387. Open the window, please.
388. Bring me a glass of water, please.
389. Please let me take your picture.
390. Bring me a sheet of paper, please.
391. Please find me my overcoat.
392. Please give me a piece of bread.
393. Shut the door, please.
394. I hope you enjoy your flight.
395. Please step back.
396. Please introduce me to her.
397. The chili burnt my tongue.
398. Please give me another chance.
399. Would you please turn down the TV?
400. Please come as soon as possible.
401. Don't be so noisy, please.
402. "What's the matter with you?" she demanded.
403. Please tell me about your problem.
404. Wake up at seven, please.
405. Please leave me alone.
406. Show me how it works.
407. I do not know what motivated me to come here.
408. Can I use your toilet, please?
409. May I use the toilet?
410. What's happening?
411. Where's the rest room?
412. The toilet is upstairs.
413. May I use your toilet?
414. Where is the toilet?
415. Where's the toilet?
416. The toilet is over there.
417. The toilet doesn't flush.
418. The toilet won't stop running.
419. There's no toilet paper.
420. The toilet doesn't flush properly.
421. German is not an easy language.
422. I can't remember how to say "Thank you" in German.
423. I don't understand German at all.
424. Germany borders on France.
425. Don't open the door.
426. Would you mind shutting the door?
427. Keep the door closed.
428. Shut the door.
429. He painted the door blue.
430. Please paint the door white.
431. Don't leave the door open.
432. I shut the door behind me.
433. Would you mind my opening the door?
434. Will you open the door?
435. Please open the door.
436. Keep the door open.
437. Would you please open the door?
438. We left the door open.
439. Who left the door open?
440. Lock the door.
441. Can you push the door open?
442. Knock on the door.
443. Don't slam the door.
444. I knocked on the door, but nobody answered.
445. Shut the door, will you?
446. Would you please not leave the door open?
447. The door is locked at nine o'clock.
448. The door remained closed.
449. The door would not open.
450. The door won't close.
451. Unlock the door.
452. I know the boy who is sitting closest to the door.
453. I could hear doors slamming.
454. The bicycle by the door is mine.
455. I lost the door key, so I can't enter the house.
456. I caught my finger in the door.
457. She locked the door.
458. Would you please lock the door?
459. Keep the door locked.
460. I heard the door close.
461. The door opened.
462. The door opened automatically.
463. The door won't open.
464. Can I turn off the TV?
465. Please turn on the TV.
466. Please turn off the TV.
467. Turn off the TV.
468. Please turn off the television.
469. I must get the television fixed.
470. Please move the TV set to the left.
471. Let's not watch TV.
472. It's fun watch TV.
473. Mary likes watching TV.
474. Watching TV is fun.
475. I watch television.
476. Don't watch TV.
477. I'm just watching TV.
478. Let's watch TV.
479. Television is ruining family life.
480. There's nothing good on television.
481. Please adjust the television picture.
482. Turn up the TV.
483. Do you mind if I turn down the TV?
484. Turn down the television.
485. According to TV news, there was a plane crash in India.
486. I'm tired of TV.
487. Can I turn on the TV?
488. I enjoy watching soccer on TV.
489. The TV won't turn on.
490. I don't think TV will ever take the place of books.
491. The television doesn't work.
492. The TV was turned on.
493. The TV doesn't work.
494. I think you should get more rest.
495. I have sailed up the Thames once.
496. David can speak French fluently.
497. David worked his way through college.
498. David is very active.
499. David has so many girlfriends that he can't remember all of their names.
500. Debbie! Can you hear me?
501. Debbie, is your school near here?
502. Who is on duty?
503. See you again tomorrow.
504. I got a new hat at the department store.
505. I'd like to pay in cash.
506. Do you play tennis?
507. It's fun to play tennis.
508. Let's not play tennis.
509. Playing tennis is a lot of fun.
510. Playing tennis is his hobby.
511. How about playing tennis?
512. I like to play tennis.
513. I play tennis an hour a day.
514. I don't likes such sports as tennis and golf.
515. Tennis is my favorite sport.
516. Are you good at tennis?
517. I like playing tennis and golf.
518. I belong to a tennis club.
519. I'd like to play tennis.
520. I like playing tennis.
521. Ted waited for her for a long time.
522. Ted likes playing the trumpet.
523. Ted loves his wife Elizabeth.
524. I had just finished my homework when Ted phoned me.
525. I couldn't answer any questions on the test.
526. I scored only 33 points on the test.
527. What would you like for dessert?
528. I'd like to have cake for dessert.
529. Apples were served as the dessert.
530. I don't want to go by plane, if I can help it.
531. I would like to you go home now.
532. I wish I could.
533. Actually it might be a good idea to start right now.
534. I'll do everything I can.
535. I'll help you if possible.
536. Walk as fast as possible.
537. She ran as fast as she was able to.
538. Come as soon as possible.
539. I ran as quickly as I could.
540. I'll finish it as quickly as can.
541. I will visit you as soon as I can.
542. I look forward to receiving your reply as soon as possible.
543. Come on Tuesday, if possible.
544. Texas borders on Mexico.
545. You're being bossy, aren't you?
546. Clear off the table.
547. I might have left it on the table.
548. There is a bottle of wine on the table.
549. It's under the table.
550. Don't put your elbows on the table.
551. She put the magazine on the table.
552. The tablecloth is in the cabinet.
553. I spilled coffee on your tablecloth.
554. Is this the Taylors?
555. Damon showed me his stamp album.
556. I can't find Tim. Has he gone already?
557. I can't find Tim.
558. Dave never returned to school again.
559. I like Dave because he is very kind.
560. Let's go downstairs for dinner.
561. What time is dinner served?
562. Dinner is ready.
563. What about having fish for dinner?
564. Do you often have fish for dinner?
565. Dick plans to go by himself.
566. Dick is sometimes late for school.
567. Dick forced me to agree with his plan.
568. Dick passed the photo to me.
569. Dick showed a willingness to help us.
570. Dick had a traffic accident.
571. Dick talk as if he knew everything.
572. Dick played the piano and Lucy sang.
573. Dick promised to come back by three o'clock.
574. Dick was ten years old when he died.
575. Dick died at ten years of age.
576. Disneyland was built in 1955.
577. Cranes are big beautiful birds.
578. Exact change, please.
579. Keep the change!
580. Don't bite your nails.
581. I'm worn out.
582. I couldn't help falling asleep.
583. I didn't know about that until quite recently.
584. I arrived here just now.
585. At last, she solved the problem.
586. At length, he began to cry.
587. I finally contacted him by phone.
588. At last, I completed my work.
589. At last, we got the information.
590. Summer has arrived at last.
591. At last, we reached our destination.
592. We finally published the book.
593. I am sending a copy of my letter to you.
594. Paul telephoned just now.
595. I just dropped in.
596. May I ask you something?
597. That would be difficult.
598. I think I'm just tired.
599. I'm feeling sort of tired.
600. I have a slight fever.
601. Can I use your telephone?
602. Just a moment, please.
603. Hang on a minute. I'll call Jimmy.
604. Can you help me a little?
605. I'm going out for a while.
606. Please help me with this.
607. Please give me a hand.
608. A little walk will give you a good appetite for breakfast.
609. The price is not reasonable.
610. I'm just looking around.
611. Let me see it.
612. Just look in the mirror.
613. I feel like taking a rest.
614. I feel like a rest.
615. I laid down for a short nap and fell asleep for two hours.
616. Give me a drink, please.
617. Hold your horses, young man.
618. Hold on a moment, please.
619. Be quiet for a moment.
620. Step aside.
621. Let's drop the subject.
622. Let me have a look at the picture.
623. A little bit of luck sometimes leads to an unexpected success.
624. May I interrupt you?
625. Could you please help me?
626. Do you have a minute?
627. Bring me two pieces of chalk.
628. Bring me a piece of chalk.
629. I have just written a letter to him.
630. I've just finished lunch.
631. I'm about to leave.
632. I have just finished my homework.
633. He came in just as I was going out.
634. I've just washed the dishes.
635. I'm busy at the moment.
636. It began snowing just now.
637. It is just five o'clock.
638. I got there just in time.
639. I've just finished packing.
640. I've just been to my uncle's house.
641. Let's get out of here.
642. Can I change the channel?
643. Are you brushing your teeth properly?
644. Don't let opportunities pass by.
645. How do I get to Chinatown?
646. Prince Charles will be the next king of England.
647. Charles I had his head cut off.
648. Charles Lindbergh made the first solo flight across the Atlantic Ocean in 1927.
649. I am not the least bit worried.
650. I don't have a ticket.
651. Where can I buy tickets?
652. Where can I get tickets?
653. When is check-out time?
654. I'd like to check out.
655. I will teach you to play chess.
656. Dan bought a new computer.
657. The days are getting longer and longer.
658. It's getting colder and colder.
659. It was getting dark.
660. Do you like dancing?
661. Please enjoy yourself at the dance.
662. Why don't you come dancing with me?
663. I found what I was looking for in the drawers.
664. I wonder who to invite.
665. I love you more than anyone else.
666. No one can help me.
667. Everyone is ready.
668. Who were you talking with?
669. Nobody likes being laughed at.
670. Anybody can make a mistake.
671. Not everybody succeeds in life.
672. Everybody loves music.
673. Anyone can use this dictionary.
674. Who invented the telephone?
675. Who left the window open?
676. Who has taken my handbag?
677. Someone is at the door.
678. Who cares?
679. Who is going to look after our dog?
680. I wonder who discovered it.
681. Someone will do that job.
682. Who looks after the children?
683. Who painted these pictures?
684. Who wrote this book?
685. Who made the doll?
686. Who made this plan?
687. Somebody, open this door, please.
688. Someone entered the room.
689. Somebody must care for the patient.
690. He heard someone calling for help.
691. Someone grabbed me from behind.
692. Somebody took away my bag.
693. Someone is calling you.
694. Somebody is playing the piano.
695. Somebody is playing the piano. It must be Ann.
696. Who teaches you French?
697. Try solving the problem.
698. Come and see me once in a while.
699. It is likely to rain tomorrow.
700. Maybe he will be a good teacher.
701. Probably he will come soon.
702. I guess that would be all right.
703. It's going to rain.
704. I'd like a double room.
705. You're tough.
706. Would you mind not smoking?
707. Stop smoking.
708. You'd better give up smoking.
709. Smoking is bad for your health.
710. I don't smoke.
711. You should smoke less.
712. Actually, that's what I thought.
713. I always buy a top quality product even if it is slightly more expensive.
714. I will go cycling even if it rains.
715. I will go there even if it rains.
716. I have to go even if it rains.
717. They live there.
718. I've just finished my work.
719. I've just come back.
720. It began raining just now.
721. It only costs $10.00!
722. Just keep on walking.
723. Just imitate what he does.
724. He is just pulling your leg.
725. I just felt like hearing the sound of your voice.
726. We must act at once.
727. I want you to go to Osaka at once.
728. The line is busy now.
729. We're out of stock now.
730. I just wish we could leave this horrible place.
731. I think it's worth asking.
732. I think that it was probably Friday of last week.
733. Flying a kite can be dangerous.
734. Takeshi keeps a diary in English.
735. I had a little difficulty in getting a taxi.
736. I had trouble getting a taxi.
737. Could you please get me a taxi?
738. Would you like me to get you a cab?
739. I'll call you a taxi.
740. Would you like me to call a taxi?
741. The taxi picked up two passengers.
742. Let's take a taxi.
743. I left my umbrella in the cab.
744. I think you should go by taxi.
745. The taxi has arrived.
746. The taxi is waiting outside.
747. I want a lot.
748. You have made many mistakes.
749. Lots of famous people come here.
750. I saw a lot of birds flying toward the south.
751. A good many people have told me to take a holiday.
752. Many people were waiting in line.
753. A lot of people were killed in World War II.
754. A lot of people were killed in the war.
755. There are many tall buildings.
756. After running up so many flights of steps, she was completely out of breath.
757. A lot of things happened and my schedule was messed up.
758. I tried to tell you.
759. Where is the bus stop for downtown?
760. There are many hotels downtown.
761. I have to change tires.
762. We found a nail stuck in the tire.
763. Could you check the tire pressure?
764. I pumped up the tire.
765. I must put some air in the tire.
766. Fill the tires with air.
767. The tire leaks air.
768. I had to push my bicycle because I had a flat tire.
769. I got a flat tire.
770. Do you have Time magazine?
771. It has become very warm.
772. Can I use your typewriter?
773. You can type, can't you?
774. I usually walk.
775. I usually get up late.
776. Most boys like computer games.
777. I think most people are better off now than they used to be.
778. Most people like watching TV.
779. Most people think so.
780. Most boys know his name.
781. Most writers hate being criticized.
782. Most students study hard.
783. Most students like sports.
784. Most Americans like hamburgers.
785. About how much will it cost?
786. About how long will it take?
787. It's almost six o'clock.
788. We didn't have much trouble.
789. We didn't have much fun.
790. That doesn't matter.
791. It is dangerous to drive so fast.
792. Don't talk like that.
793. That's impossible.
794. Don't ask such hard questions.
795. I didn't know you were that kind of a person.
796. Don't talk so loud.
797. I cannot afford to pay so much.
798. I can't imagine such a life.
799. A bookstore in that location wouldn't make enough money to survive.
800. Such incidents are quite common.
801. Pardon me for saying so.
802. Forget about that right now.
803. Oh, don't worry about that.
804. I can't buy a book this expensive.
805. I can't afford to buy such an expensive car.
806. I don't feel like it.
807. I don't want to take risks.
808. I cannot afford to buy such a thing.
809. I don't believe such things to exist.
810. Don't worry about that.
811. Don't be so angry.
812. Don't walk so fast.
813. Don't speak so fast, please.
814. Don't run so fast.
815. Don't speak so fast.
816. Don't make so much noise.
817. Please don't speak so fast.
818. You did not need to come so early.
819. I can't keep up with you if you walk so fast.
820. Don't eat so much. You'll get fat.
821. I didn't mean to sound so harsh.
822. Please don't look at me like that.
823. Don't get so excited!
824. It's not so far.
825. You shouldn't smoke so much.
826. All of a sudden, I remembered that I couldn't pay for so many books.
827. Don't eat like a pig.
828. I didn't quite catch the name of that designer.
829. I didn't mean it.
830. That can't be true.
831. Don't say that.
832. Stop saying that!
833. I never heard anything like that.
834. Don't worry about such a thing.
835. I cannot bring myself to do such a thing.
836. It's nonsense to try that.
837. That won't make any difference.
838. It is absolutely impossible.
839. I don't want to get involved in that sort of thing.
840. What's the point?
841. Don't let that happen again!
842. Nobody will believe that rumor.
843. It's about time for dinner.
844. It's almost time to go to bed.
845. It's about time we went to bed.
846. It's about time.
847. It's time you faced reality.
848. We'd better go home now.
849. I think it's time to wind up this meeting.
850. Pick it up.
851. Turn it off.
852. I haven't seen her since then.
853. Send it by mail.
854. Please bring it back tomorrow.
855. Let's get it over with.
856. I am sad to hear it.
857. I'm sorry to hear that.
858. Cut it in half.
859. Don't blame it on her.
860. I don't know how to put it in Japanese.
861. May I try it on?
862. Say it in another way.
863. I believe it to be true.
864. Can you prove it?
865. I need a bag to carry it in.
866. Bring it to me.
867. Bring it back to me.
868. Buy it for me, please.
869. Let me have a look at it.
870. Give it to me, please.
871. Send it by airmail.
872. I wish you had told me that.
873. I left it unlocked.
874. I would like to see it.
875. Let me see that.
876. Don't hold it upside down.
877. Can you make it on time?
878. Where did you get this?
879. Put it down.
880. Leave it off the list.
881. Try and do it.
882. I don't know what to open it with.
883. What are you going to do with it?
884. Lay it on the table.
885. Leave it there.
886. I wish I had known how to do it.
887. I don't know how I should do it.
888. Let's finish it right away.
889. If I had had to do it, I would have done it at that time.
890. Did you show it to your parents?
891. I sold it for ten dollars.
892. I bought it for 10 dollars.
893. I can read them all.
894. Pack them in the box.
895. All of them were handmade things.
896. They aren't my books.
897. They are our cars.
898. They are my grandfather's books.
899. Those are not your chairs.
900. What are they for?
901. What are they made of?
902. They are very big apples.
903. Those books are mine.
904. These figures don't add up.
905. Show me the photos, please.
906. Those children are potential customers.
907. Those flowers have died.
908. Please put those chairs away.
909. I like this better than that.
910. That's not a bad idea.
911. That is a good idea.
912. It looks like an egg.
913. That was cooked in oil.
914. It's out of the question.
915. That sounds interesting.
916. It's free of charge.
917. Can it really be mine?
918. It has to be true.
919. That's really a great idea.
920. It can't be true.
921. I think it's true.
922. That might have been true.
923. It may be true.
924. It is a book.
925. Those are my trousers.
926. It was too difficult for me.
927. That's against the law.
928. It is necessary.
929. Keep it quiet.
930. What a shame!
931. I think she made up that story.
932. That is no business of his.
933. That's his specialty.
934. Ask him about it.
935. That applies to him too.
936. It's white.
937. It is a difficult problem.
938. It isn't hard to do.
939. I found the book easy.
940. That's a hard question to answer.
941. It serves you right.
942. That's beside the point.
943. That's common sense.
944. Is it a direct flight?
945. It was a long letter.
946. Does that price include breakfast?
947. Whose idea was it?
948. Anyone can do it easily.
949. That's quite a problem.
950. Please have someone else do it.
951. That is quite possible.
952. It's an artificial flower.
953. I don't like it at all.
954. That's absolute nonsense!
955. That's altogether wrong.
956. That's a completely unfounded rumor.
957. That's absolute nonsense.
958. What exactly does that mean?
959. That's a doll.
960. That is not the case.
961. It isn't new.
962. It is new.
963. I just meant it as a joke.
964. That's an excellent wine.
965. It will cost at least five dollars.
966. That's news to me.
967. It needs to be repaired.
968. That is an actual fact.
969. Is it yours?
970. It's a dictionary.
971. It's a waste of time.
972. It's in my jacket pocket.
973. That's my dictionary.
974. It's for my personal use.
975. It's for my family.
976. It isn't mine.
977. It's none of my business!
978. It's too difficult for me.
979. That's good news to me.
980. It's an embarrassing question.
981. It has become quite common.
982. It is too expensive for me to buy.
983. That's too expensive.
984. It isn't expensive.
985. This isn't fair.
986. Won't it keep until later?
987. I don't think that was a wise decision.
988. It is not as good as it looks.
989. That won't help you.
990. You're better able do it then I am.
991. That's your responsibility.
992. It is just your imagination.
993. It is up to you.
994. Is it near your house?
995. It happened by accident.
996. That is surprising.
997. It was a terrible accident.
998. It happened last October.
999. That's a copy.
1000. How did you like it?

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