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***Tom is always trying to make everybody think he’s cool.


***I decided to stop trying to convince Tom to do anything.

***I don’t think Tom would try to do that without our help.

***I tried to talk a friend of mine out of getting married.

***Tom always tries to blame someone else for his failures.


***Tom can’t seem to understand what Mary is trying to say.

***Tom died trying to save a child from a burning building.

***Tom has been trying to get Mary out of prison for years.

***Tom has been trying to get rid of the mice in his house.


***Tom is trying to earn enough money to buy a new trumpet.

***Tom remembered that Mary and John had tried to kill him.

***I’ve been trying to explain to Tom what needs to be done.

***I’ve been trying to find a way to reach Tom, but I can’t.

***She tried to lift the box, but found it impossible to do.

***Tom says it’s a waste of time to try to please everybody.


***Tom thought he should try defusing the situation quickly.

***I tried to give her some money, but she wouldn’t take any.

***I want the two of you to try to get along with each other.

***If you want to do that, I’m not going to try and stop you.

***If you want to make your dreams come true, keep on trying.

***I finally stopped trying to persuade Tom to clean his room.

***If you really want a challenge, you should try windsurfing.


***If you want to go there, I’m not going to try and stop you.

***No matter how hard I try, I can’t remember the exact words.

***Tell Tom I’m not interested in the car he’s trying to sell.

***Two men are trying to figure out what’s wrong with the car.

***Why don’t you try putting a little cinnamon in your coffee?

***I had a hard time trying to persuade him to cancel the trip.

***I just sat there trying not to think about how alone I felt.

***I should’ve tried harder to get the report finished on time.

***I spent two hours yesterday trying to fix that broken radio.

***If I’d known Tom was in Boston, I’d have tried to visit him.


***It took me a while to understand what she was trying to say.

***Peter has been trying to find a new apartment for some time.

***Tom said he was going to try out for his school soccer team.

***I tried to open the door, but I couldn’t since it was locked.

***I was trying to say something when you so rudely interrupted.

***I’ve been trying to get a hold of you for the past two hours.

***Tom could probably never convince Mary to try bungee jumping.

***Tom doesn’t have the faintest idea what Mary is trying to do.

***Tom has been trying to learn to speak French for a long time.

***Tom tried to stop Mary from drinking the last bottle of wine.


***Tom wanted to kiss Mary, but he didn’t have the nerve to try.

***Tom warned Mary that John would try to borrow money from her.

***I guess I’m wasting my time trying to convince Tom to help us.

***Tom tried to cut the delicious-looking meat with a dull knife.

***Tom tried to remember the name of the girl he’d met in Boston.

***I doubt that Tom is even interested in trying to learn Russian.

***I tried to open the door, but I couldn’t because it was locked.

***I’ve been trying to get a hold of Tom for the last ten minutes.

***We were going to try.

***We’ll try this later.

***We’ll try to stop by.

***We’re trying to work.

***Why don’t we try one?

***You have to try this.

***You have to try, Tom.

***Do you want to try it?

***Don’t try my patience.

***Don’t try to force it.

***Don’t try to run away.

***Don’t try to talk now.

***Don’t try to trick me.

***I could give it a try.

***I did try to warn Tom.

***I did try to warn you.

***I have to keep trying.

***I tried to find a job.

***I tried to stay awake.

***I won’t try to escape.

***I’d still like to try.

***I’ll try to reach Tom.

***I’m not afraid to try.

***I’m trying to be fair.

***I’m trying to keep up.

***I’ve tried being nice.

***Just try to keep calm.

***Let’s try another one.

***Let’s try calling Tom.

***They tried everything.

***Tom is trying to quit.

***Tom probably tried it.

***Tom said he would try.

***Tom tried not to yawn.

***Tom tried to hug Mary.

***Tom tried, but failed.

***try and get some rest.

***try to get some sleep.

***try to stay cool, Tom.

***We already tried that.

***We haven’t even tried.

***try it again.

***try it once more.

***I will try it again.

***try it out yourself.

***try on this sweater.

***try to act your age.

***We will let him try.

***try as hard as you can.

***Can I try on this jacket?

***I think it’s worth a try.

***try us again next Monday.

***You should try to see it.

***She told him to try harder.

***I’ll try my best today, too.

***She didn’t even try to help.

***I think that we should try again.

***I like this coat. May I try it on?

***She didn’t try to evade the truth.

***I don’t know what plan he will try.

***She didn’t try to translate the letter.

***I agree with you that we should try again.

***She didn’t even try to do the right thing.

***I agree with them that we should try again.

***try to do it to the best of your abilities.

***I thought I’d try eating Mexican food today.

***Ken didn’t have the courage to try it again.

***You never know what you can do till you try.

***Tom decided to try sleeping without a pillow.

***I don’t know whether I can do it, but I’ll try.

***No matter how hard I try, I can’t do it any better than she can.

***I have two dogs and I try to feed them each the same amount of food.

***try not to spend so much time complaining about things you can’t change.

***Every time cigarettes go up in price, many people try to give up smoking.

***I don’t think I’ll ever sound like a native speaker no matter how much I try.





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