Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word

I sold a book.
It's your book.
Close your book.
I bought a book.
This is my book.
The book is easy.
This book is old.
Where is my book?
Here is your book.
I gave him a book.
I wrote this book.
This book is mine.
I gave Mary a book.
Is this book yours?
This book is heavy.
This book is yours.
She gave him a book.
That book is theirs.
This is an old book.
This is Tony's book.
All I have is a book.
Don't open your book.
This book is smaller.
This is a small book.
Do you need this book?
I found the book easy.
She handed him a book.
You may take the book.
This thin book is mine.
You can read this book.
You may read this book.
My uncle gave me a book.
This is a very old book.
Didn't you read the book?
I got this book from him.
Was the book interesting?
What an interesting book!
Your book is on the desk.
Give that book back to me.
I will give you this book.
Will you show me the book?
I read a book while eating.
I'll send the book by mail.
This book is too expensive.
This book seems easy to me.
I'm now busy writing a book.
She read the book all night.
There is a book on the desk.
Who was the book written by?
Does this book belong to you?
He stuck the book in his bag.
I found the book interesting.
I have read this book before.
I want you to read this book.
My uncle bought me this book.
This book sold well in Japan.
This is the only book I have.
What did you do with my book?
When is your book coming out?
How long can I keep this book?
I borrowed this book from him.
This book isn't worth reading.
Who will you give the book to?
He is anxious to read the book.
I asked Tom about his new book.
May I leave this book with you?
She borrowed the book from him.
Have you already read this book?
Have you read this book already?
This book goes on the top shelf.
I bought this book the other day.
She gave me a book for Christmas.
This book contains many pictures.
This book is easy for me to read.
This book is hard for me to read.
When will your book be published?
I found the book very interesting.
I left my address book in my room.
He was reading a book at that time.
I returned the book to the library.
I think this book is worth reading.
He spent the evening reading a book.
I read the book from cover to cover.
I finally got hold of that book I wanted.
I'll bring the book back to you tomorrow.
I bought every book on Japan I could find.
I thought that book was difficult to read.
I found a rare book I had been looking for.
It doesn't bother me if you take that book.
I think that that book is not so interesting.
It doesn't matter to me if you take that book.
I'd like you to translate this book into English.
I came across this book in a secondhand bookstore.
I copied a passage from the book into my notebook.
I want you to return the book I lent you the other day.
The other day I discovered a book written by my father.
Tom wrote Mary's phone number in his little black book.
She borrowed the book from him many years ago and hasn't yet returned it.

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