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‘I’d like to buy some new clothes.’ ‘OK.’
OK, but I don’t see how that proves your point.
Let’s go and see a film tonight, OK?
So that means that ‘C’ is the best answer. OK?
OK, I think we were looking at page seven.
OK. Everyone ready?
‘Your boss will be angry if you’re late.’ ‘OK, but he won’t sack me.’
OK. You’re right. I should have called you sooner.
OK, I just wanted to make sure that you got home.