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I can't find my ticket. I think I must have lost it.
Don't do it again.
Her dog was howling at the door, so he let it in.
You should come to Rome – it's a wonderful city.
If you'd come along and support us, we'd really appreciate it.
Is it a boy or a girl?
It's nice to be home again.
It's strange that she never mentioned the wedding.
It annoys me to hear people blaming everything on the government.
It's always sad saying goodbye to someone you love.
The new law made it easier to get a divorce.
I find it amazing that anyone should want to listen to such rubbish.
What's it like in the army these days?
He's been having it pretty easy up to now.
It rained in the night.
It's a glorious day.
It's cooler indoors.
It gets dark at around five.
'What time is it?' 'It's four o'clock.'
It was nearly midnight when we got home.
It was 1985, and Sally had just graduated from high school.
Thank goodness it's Saturday tomorrow.
It's your brother I want to speak to.
It was a year ago today that I started working here.
Hello, it's me, Geoffrey.
'There's someone here to see you.' 'Who is it?'
Stop it. You're hurting me.
Jump to it! There's no time to lose.
Get on with it.
They were together all night, but did they actually do it?
It's not that I don't love you, it's just that I want to be free to live my own life.
I hate it when people talk about me behind my back.
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