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I’ve been looking for you everywhere.
“Has Jerry done his homework?” “No, he hasn’t.”
Ben’s done very well, hasn’t he?
They’ve had snow up in Minnesota already.
Ralph had his back to the door, so he didn’t see me come in.
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