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"D" is the right answer.
Is this the right way to the station?
Does anyone have the right time?
Let me get this right – you told her about it?
You were absolutely right, my sweater was in the car.
She's right about one thing – we do need a bigger house.
I think he's quite right in saying that these shares are overvalued.
It wasn't right of her to take advantage of you.
You did the right thing by telling them you had lied.
It is right that such efforts should be rewarded.
I think it's only right to warn you that I'm actively looking for another job.
I'm not sure this is the right time to take a vacation.
Harry's definitely the right person for the job.
I always told you he wasn't right for you (=as a boyfriend or husband).
Be sure the handle is in the right position before switching on the machine.
She hadn't been feeling right for weeks.
He walked in and could see immediately that something wasn't right.
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