Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Swim"

I can swim.
Mary can swim.
I saw her swim.
He likes to swim.
I'm able to swim.
I can hardly swim.
I wish I could swim.
Are you able to swim?
He is afraid to swim.
She watched him swim.
He can swim very fast.
He learned how to swim.
He was too old to swim.
Can you swim underwater?
He can swim like a fish.
He seems unable to swim.
Tom is able to swim well.
I can swim as well as you.
He said he could swim well.
It's much too cold to swim.
I can swim across the river.
I want to learn how to swim.
Tom is not yet able to swim.
He is able to swim very fast.
It is dangerous to swim here.
My sister can swim very fast.
Tom will be able to swim soon.
Can you swim as fast as he can?
Is it safe to swim in this river?
I saw a dog swim across the river.
He suggested that we go for a swim.
I am able to swim across the river.
I could swim well when I was a boy.
It seems that he is unable to swim.
Mary was able to swim across the river.
I could swim well even when I was a child.
I felt refreshed after a swim in the pool.
I was able to swim well when I was a child.
You'd better not swim if you've just eaten.
I was able to swim faster when I was younger.
When I was a child, I used to swim in that pond.
He failed in his attempt to swim across the river.
It wasn't possible for the boy to swim across the river.
If Mary knew how to swim, she would go to the beach more often.


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