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There isn't much time left.
There are 24 teams competing in the tournament.
Are there any other suggestions?
There seems to be a lot of confusion.
Long ago there lived a beautiful princess.
There comes a time in everyone's life when a big decision has to be taken.
They're going to Hawaii, and they plan to stay there until the end of March.
The children loved Disneyland – they want to go there again.
He lives in Banbury, or somewhere around there.
It's only a hundred miles to Oxford. You could drive there and back in a day.
She wanted him to kiss her right there on the beach.
'Look there!' he said, pointing to a figure dressed in white.
There's Angela now, coming up the drive.
Would you like to sit over there by the window?
I won't be able to reach things if you put them up there.
The information you want is right there in front of you.
'I don't approve of gambling.' 'Well, I agree with you there.'
Yes, Patrick's a nice man – you're right there.
'How do birds find their way across the sea?' 'Well now, you've got me there.'
There, I've done my duty as a good host.
There now – does that feel better?
There, I told you she wouldn't mind.
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