Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word

I go every year.
I retired last year.
He died one year ago.
She was born last year.
Everybody had a good year.
I catch the flu every year.
Ken was in Japan last year.
She divorced him last year.
I started sailing last year.
I'll be seventeen next year.
She visited him once a year.
She visits him twice a year.
We went to London last year.
I am taking French next year.
Where did you live last year?
How old will you be next year?
Ken will be fifteen next year.
We had a lot of rain last year.
We had a lot of snow last year.
The island is warm all the year.
I hear from my friend every year.
There was a lot of snow last year.
We've had a lot of rain this year.
Let's get together again next year.
Paul made a lot of money last year.
We had a very hot summer this year.
I am thinking of going abroad next year.
She learned to ride a bicycle last year.
She traveled around the world last year.
I get a physical examination once a year.
An eight-year-old car is almost worthless.
Tom hasn't seen Mary for more than a year.
I have been abroad several times this year.
I met her the year that my uncle William died.
I went to Vienna for the first time last year.
This rule doesn't apply to first-year students.
I guess I'll be living with you a year from now.
Tom plans to live in Boston for more than a year.
What will the Japanese economy be like next year?
Tom is in charge of this year's tennis tournament.
Tom intends to live in Boston for more than a year.
We will now report on this year's business results.
How many suicides do you think there are every year in Japan?
I think it'll take more than a year to finish building our house.
Last year, I couldn't spend as much time with my children as I wanted to.
Tom served five days in jail last year after pleading guilty to drunken driving.
Tom was sentenced to five days in jail and a year on probation for drunken driving.
Last year, I spent so much time by myself that I almost forgot how to communicate effectively with others.
This is a time of year when people get together with family and friends to observe Passover and to celebrate Easter.