What's the matter?
I'll reconsider the matter.
What is the matter with you?
She advised him on that matter.
I am thinking about that matter.
I said nothing about the matter.
No matter where I go, I get lost.
He will advise you on that matter.
I guess it doesn't matter anymore.
She spoke to him about the matter.
No matter who says so, it's not true.
She was advised by him on that matter.
No matter what he says, don't trust him.
She looks pretty no matter what she wears.
It doesn't matter to me if you take that book.
She obeys him no matter what he tells her to do.
Tom looks pale. Is anything the matter with him?
I want to spend more time doing things that matter.
I don't think he has anything to do with the matter.
No matter how much she eats, she never gains weight.
No matter how hard she tried, she couldn't please him.
No matter how you do it, the results will be the same.
I look forward to hearing your thoughts on this matter.
I think it's time for me to discuss the matter with him.
He's racking his brains about how to deal with the matter.
I used to think it didn't really matter what I fed my dog.
The detective promised to look into the matter right away.
Tom is not a lazy boy. As a matter of fact, he works hard.
She said that she would follow him no matter where he went.
I give up. No matter what I do, you never seem to be satisfied.
It doesn't matter what excuse he gives me, I can't forgive him.
No matter how hard I try, I can't do it any better than she can.
If at all possible, you should go and look into the matter yourself.
I don't think I'll ever sound like a native speaker no matter how much I try.
Do you spend most of your time worrying about things that don't matter so much?