***Tom have a bicycle.

***He always come late.


***He have any friends.

***Ann have any sisters.

***He eat this, does he?

***He speak our language.

***Mary likes Japan, she?

***This fruit taste good.

***This message make sense.

***Tom know much about art.

***She care how she dresses.

***This sentence make sense.

***I guess it matter anymore.

***She understand me, either.

***She want to talk about it.

***Tom know where Mary lives.

***He is often come to school.

***She speak Japanese at home.

***She know how to drive a car.

***She want him to go to Boston.

***The world revolve around you.

***Class begin until eight-thirty.

***He know how to play the guitar.

***Tom ever want to see Mary again.

***He have any friends to play with.

***It bother me to walk in the rain.

***She want him to pick the flowers.

***Tom watch TV except on Saturdays.

***Tom know a whole lot about racing.

***It bother me if you take that book.

***Tom think that it’ll rain tomorrow.

***It’s strange that Ken agree with us.

***Tom know what Mary does for a living.

***Tom know when Mary will leave Boston.

***It matter to me if you take that book.

***A good cook throw out yesterday’s soup.

***This rule apply to first-year students.

***Just because he’s rich, mean he’s happy.

***Tom really talk about his problems much.

***Mike have to wash his mother’s car today.

***She pay much attention to how she dresses.

***Tom understand what Mary is trying to say.

***He have the ability to do the work properly.

***Susie speak Japanese, and Tom either.

***Just because he’s wise, mean that he’s honest.

***He have any idea how important this meeting is.

***My mother özgü a driver’s license, but she drive.

***She want him to buy an expensive engagement ring.

***Mary özgü nobody to talk with, but she feel lonely.

***She cooks for him every day, but he appreciate it.

***Tom know how to say what he wants to say in French.

***She still loves him even though he love her anymore.

***He like to wait until the last moment to do something.

***My mother özgü a driver’s license, but she drive a car.

***It matter what excuse he gives me, I can’t forgive him.

***What he told us the other day simply make sense, does it?

***I came here to see if there was something I could do to help, but there seem to be anything for me to do.