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Can I try one more? Is it true you addressed the manager in Chinese? Why did they do that? We should do our utmost to establish world peace. Do you have any good books for children to read? You're not paid to ask questions. I will give you permission to do it.

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I do make mistakes. Tell her everything I told you. Did you think I'd change my mind? I went as far as Germany but I didn't have time to visit Alexander. How are you, my sweetheart?

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Cathryn wishes he could speak French like a native speaker. Those were different times. Karen finished off the ice cream that was in the freezer. Rayan took a bite. I believe you know Alison. Murat can stay with us as long as he wants to. Although tired, she kept on working. Yep, I understand. Thanks a bunch.

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I didn't understand him. Pontus threatened them. Edinburgh's Waterfront is just one of the many projects that are regenerating UK towns and cities.

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I don't mean half of what I say. Tomorrow is Father's Day. You have great talent. You are truly gifted. Two pints are equal to a quart. What're we doing here, Merril? Kristi doesn't want to get in trouble again.

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Curt is afraid he'll get fired. It was a piece of cake. Cathryn and Billie sat down to dinner at the usual time.

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This is exciting news. Fetch! She has a lot of books. I made up my mind to come here after all. Noam and Bradford want to tell us something. Don't you touch me, you'd make me dirty! They sang on the stage in turn. The rest is history.

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I think I'd like to be alone right now. "Man, what a loser," she thought. He is crazy, no more. Sanford noticed something on the ground.

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His house was broken into by burglars last week. Speaking a foreign language correctly is much harder than understanding one.

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Keep silent while he is playing the piano.

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Eighteenth century, unless it's a forgery. The soldiers left for the front.

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In German, the definite article's genitive plural in all three genders is "der". What do you say to that, Clarissa?