Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Doesn't"

He doesn't lie.
It doesn't hurt.
He doesn't like us.
Tom doesn't like me.
He doesn't sing well.
He doesn't tell lies.
This work doesn't pay.
Tom doesn't like cats.
He doesn't mince words.
It doesn't surprise me.
He doesn't look his age.
He doesn't need to work.
The engine doesn't work.
Tom doesn't like cheese.
Ann doesn't have a sister.
It doesn't take very long.
She doesn't listen to him.
She doesn't live with him.
The baby doesn't walk yet.
He doesn't watch TV at all.
Pork doesn't agree with me.
Tom doesn't have a bicycle.
He doesn't always come late.
He doesn't have any friends.
Ann doesn't have any sisters.
He doesn't eat this, does he?
He doesn't speak our language.
Mary likes Japan, doesn't she?
This fruit doesn't taste good.
This message doesn't make sense.
Tom doesn't know much about art.
She doesn't care how she dresses.
This sentence doesn't make sense.
I guess it doesn't matter anymore.
She doesn't understand me, either.
She doesn't want to talk about it.
Tom doesn't know where Mary lives.
He is often doesn't come to school.
She doesn't speak Japanese at home.
She doesn't know how to drive a car.
She doesn't want him to go to Boston.
The world doesn't revolve around you.
Class doesn't begin until eight-thirty.
He doesn't know how to play the guitar.
Tom doesn't ever want to see Mary again.
He doesn't have any friends to play with.
It doesn't bother me to walk in the rain.
She doesn't want him to pick the flowers.
Tom doesn't watch TV except on Saturdays.
Tom doesn't know a whole lot about racing.
It doesn't bother me if you take that book.
Tom doesn't think that it'll rain tomorrow.
It's strange that Ken doesn't agree with us.
Tom doesn't know what Mary does for a living.
Tom doesn't know when Mary will leave Boston.
It doesn't matter to me if you take that book.
A good cook doesn't throw out yesterday's soup.
This rule doesn't apply to first-year students.
Just because he's rich, doesn't mean he's happy.
Tom doesn't really talk about his problems much.
Mike doesn't have to wash his mother's car today.
She doesn't pay much attention to how she dresses.
Tom doesn't understand what Mary is trying to say.
He doesn't have the ability to do the work properly.
Susie doesn't speak Japanese, and Tom doesn't either.
Just because he's wise, doesn't mean that he's honest.
He doesn't have any idea how important this meeting is.
My mother has a driver's license, but she doesn't drive.
She doesn't want him to buy an expensive engagement ring.
Mary has nobody to talk with, but she doesn't feel lonely.
She cooks for him every day, but he doesn't appreciate it.
Tom doesn't know how to say what he wants to say in French.
She still loves him even though he doesn't love her anymore.
He doesn't like to wait until the last moment to do something.
My mother has a driver's license, but she doesn't drive a car.
It doesn't matter what excuse he gives me, I can't forgive him.
What he told us the other day simply doesn't make sense, does it?
I came here to see if there was something I could do to help, but there doesn't seem to be anything for me to do.


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