Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Them"

We kept them quiet.
We sometimes see them.
All of them went there.
We sometimes meet them.
All of them are not poor.
I don't like any of them.
I want to see them again.
The news made them happy.
He stopped to talk to them.
I asked them to fix my car.
I don't know either of them.
I don't want either of them.
I invited them to the party.
My plan was adopted by them.
Both of them are in the room.
I bought them each a present.
I'll have them repair my car.
Which of them is your brother?
We advised them to start early.
I'm considering going with them.
The two of them are in the room.
Tom recommended the novel to them.
We provided food and clothes for them.
Go say goodbye to them before they leave.
He hasn't written to them in a long time.
My association with them didn't last long.
He has not written to them for a long time.
I agree with them that we should try again.
I found them lying on the artificial grass.
I want to ask them when their wedding day is.
He told them that he had had a wonderful time.
I hope neither of them was injured in the crash.
A lot of people look up to you. Don't let them down.
I have a few questions. Would it be OK if I asked them?
There is an urgent need for them to update their system.
If you stack the dishes up by the sink, I'll do them later.
I put some cookies on the table and the kids ate them right up.
I have two dogs and I try to feed them each the same amount of food.
I tried hard to make them stay home, but they refused to listen to me.
She denied having met him even though we saw them talking to each other.
If you want your workers to be happy, you need to pay them a decent wage.
After she lost her job, she couldn't afford to feed her dogs, so she gave them away.
To put it bluntly, the reason this team won't win is because you're holding them back.
As soon as I can get my son to scan our family photos, I'll upload some of them to our website.


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