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She opened her shopping bag and took out an umbrella.
Can you open this jam jar?
Open your books at page 25.
Her parachute failed to open.
Do you mind if I open a window?
The school gates are opened at 8.45.
The lift doors opened and two men walked out.
The kitchen door opens onto a patio.
She opened her arms to hug me.
Open your mouth and let me look at your teeth.
I opened my eyes and looked around me.
The library doesn’t open till 9.30.
I’m calling to ask when you open today.
They decided to move to Spain and open a bar.
The college first opened in the 1960s.
There are plans to open the gardens to the public.
The telecommunications market has been opened up to competition.
The farmer opens his gates to visitors during the lambing season.
Her new play has just opened on Broadway.
We are opening a hotline for enquiries about the product.
The Queen is opening the new gallery on Saturday.
She opened the debate by summarizing her party’s position.
The police have opened an investigation into his business affairs.
He opened his talk with a quotation from Shakespeare.
You only need £1 to open an account with us.
The year opened well for the company.
The trout fishing season opened last week.