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Hannah lives with her parents.
chicken served with vegetables and mushrooms
I’ll be with you in a moment.
She was having lunch with the boss.
a problem you should discuss with your teacher
She shares her food with all the family.
Most countries had already stopped trading with South Africa.
Feeling rather pleased with herself, Loretta went back to her office.
Why are you angry with me?
We were disappointed with the court’s decision.
The war with France lasted for nearly 20 years.
Banks are competing with each other in the property market.
Don’t argue with me.
Are you with us or against us?
The Congressman had voted with other Republicans for the bill.
I’ll go along with whatever you think is best.
Fill the pitcher with boiling water.
The hills were covered with snow.
streets in Sorrento lined with orange trees
The trouble with car alarms is that they often go off accidentally.
There’s nothing wrong with my eyesight.
We’re making good progress with our investigations.
A number of people were taken to the hospital with minor injuries.
She has been in bed with tonsillitis for a few days.
I was very friendly with the manager’s secretary.
U.S. relations with Vietnam have improved recently.
“Are you with me?” “No, could you explain that last part again?”
“Good luck!” he shouted, and with that he walked off into the darkness.
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