Does his cousin live in another city?
After James and Tamara cleaned the garage, Grandma gave them five dollars.
The children's valuables were stored in the teacher's closet.
That hot rod is the noisiest vehicle on my block.
Wasn't there any milk in the refrigerator?
They're going to come to see me at 7 p.m.
Let's play a game of soccer today.
Antonio was too big for his old bike, so he sold it at the Old Town Flea Market.
My dad gave the present to Pete and me.
It wasn't a surprise; I knew he would do it.
April is my favorite month of the year.
We made the last payment on our new radio.
The workmen laid a straight track for the freight train.
Maggie claimed she was too busy to do her homework.
Mrs. Peters asked Mr. Beckman, "Will the concert start at 7:00 or 7:30?"
The workmen have come to fix the oven in Sammy's kitchen.
We had a flat tire, Amos was carsick, and we got lost.
Chris thought, "I hope they will choose me for their team."
"Look out below!" he called. "That rock is falling!"
Mother and her Polish friend, Brigitta Slovik, went to a Chinese restaurant for lunch.
Our minister, Rev. Murphy, has worked in churches in Australia, Guatemala, and Malaysia.
Their mother asked them to go to Black's Market for her.
"Why do I have to do my homework now?" complained Tori.
"It's always best to get your work done before you watch TV," said Mom.
On April 2, Grandma Avery will celebrate her hundredth birthday.
I studied an interesting article, "Kayaking in Alaska," in the National Geographic World magazine.
The old, tired dog wants to lie down by the warm fire.
Are we supposed to read "Across the Plains" or "Mountain Trek" in our history books tonight?
The scariest story in Horrifying Bedtime Stories was "sounds of the Night" by T. S. Jones.
The farmer let them ride his horse.
Dad sits in a chair to read his newspaper.
Is Miss Brown's English class going to recite Robert Frost's poem at the assembly?
"Carl, will you help me with my homework after school?"
"No, not today, because I have to go our of town with my mom and dad."
Why doesn't he ever do his homework?
"This doesn't look like anything I've ever seen before," said Dr. Thomas.
After I've finished skating, I am going to the library for a new book to read.
Did you get a letter from your pen pal?
We stopped once to use the bathroom, stretch our legs, and eat some dinner.
Three boys' bikes were left in the center of Seventh Street on Saturday, October 10.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee have traveled to Europe, Asia, and South America.
I can't wait to travel by myself!
Maggie claimed she was too busy to do her homework last night.
Mario, Lee, and Robert went to the Steinhart Aquarium to find out more about dolphins.
Every Saturday morning my little brother watches Rugrats.
Last summer my friend Sarafina moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico.
"If we work hard," replied Judy, "we'll earn an excellent grade."
Michael asked, "How soon will breakfast be ready?"
That John Elway football belongs to my brother and me.
Michael and I ran in the Big Brothers' Marathon.
Everyone was invited to their party.
Several butterflies and eagles flew overhead.
Those women's lunches all cost the same amount.
Jim likes chocolate chip, molasses, sugar, and peanut butter cookies, but I only like oatmeal ones.
My sister tore off the book's cover.
The Park District is searching for a coach to help with the boys' and girls' teams.
"Please tell me the answer to the riddle," begged Jose.
Will you help me paint their fence?
Jeff sets his glasses on the table.
I need to write a thank-you note to my grandmother for the present that she sent me.
We read the articles from Newsweek, Time, and The Daily Herald for our report.
While she poured the soup, the awkward girl spilled it all over the papers on her mother's desk.
The words name different kinds of science.
While I waited for the griddle to get hot, I scratched a design on a chunk of wood.