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You're being negative again. I'll complain about you. I can't do this without Tad. Gerard is unlikely to want to go to Boston with us. There is no evidence to the contrary. Blah. Of course, the three motorcyclists, having swapped their gasoline engines for electric motors, have to have large battery packs, which will be mounted transversely behind the riders. Are you going to do your homework this afternoon? To become popular, you need to be mediocre.

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Joanne is zealous, isn't he? There is no lack of effort. Doing that would be dangerous. I have just been to Sapporo Station to see my mother off. I did what was expected. The screw, the lever, the wedge, the pulley, etc. are called simple machines.

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We danced to the music. I'm not going out because I have to do my homework. I only read the first three chapters.

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Should I wait for you tomorrow in front of the opera house? Do you need a coat? Some people say Boston is a dangerous city. Have you ever connected to the Internet? Barry has had the toughest luck. Where is the cow? The boy playing the guitar is Shamim.

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It's simple, but it works.

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They're all figments of your imagination. How many times have I told you not to do that? Did Dirk tell Kathryn what John said?

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Learning Korean is difficult. You're still the same.

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Sri told Part not to blame herself for what had happened. I only care about Martyn.

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I'll see you at dinner. He can't have heard you. This is a scary place. I came by to see how you were doing. Ask me again another time. Mark has been traveling alone. I'll take that one, too. Glen explained the system to Bradley. Don't you think so, Patty?

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It was a sublime scenery. Even though there were many cookies on the dish, I only ate three. We shouldn't be involved in this. He has a blue coat on. I wish I hadn't spent so much money. Would you explain it again? Takao might be the one for Piet. I made no mistakes. I have no savings. An adverb is a word which modifies a verb, an adjective and sometimes another adverb.

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Do you think that he is equal to the task? Could you use my help? Make some hot tea for yourself.

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Morality is simply the attitude we adopt toward people we dislike. He is the person who is difficult to come to terms with. Stop making excuses. You have only to read a few more pages. Liza is no dummy. I have heard nothing from him since then. I thought we were going to play baseball. I think I'm a likeable guy.

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You should pay more attention to nutrition. He claims that he is honest. I don't hate him anymore. The explanation of each fact took a long time. Kay has the right attitude. I'm trying to protect him.

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Henry works at a local hospital. I won't try to persuade her. You just told me not to do that. We have each other. You can see him in the morning. He has read the book outside. I have arrived here safe and sound this morning. The current college works by presidential fiat. The heavy fog made it impossible for us to see anything in front of us. Her neighbors were such as you meet everywhere in this country.

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My father's name is Robert. That's what I was thinking, too. It looks like it already happened. Let's get an open ticket.

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We found it. I think Obama will win. It'll be a walkover! He bought books at random. He wants her to go away and leave him in peace. As we grow older, our memory becomes weaker. He lies to me all the time.