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Children believe that these characters are real.
She had many illnesses, both real and imaginary.
I had never met a real live pop star before.
Is that a real diamond?
You’d pay more for real leather.
Few tourists see the real Spain.
He had no real friends.
You could tell the guy was a real nerd.
This walk is a real treat for anyone interested in birds.
We all know the minister’s real reason for refusing to speak.
Her real name is Jane Trent.
The committee had little real power.
The journey was difficult, but we were never in any real danger.
The real problem is toxic waste and oil slicks.
The battle scenes are frighteningly real.
Real economic growth was measured at 4.5%.
Both prices and wages are rising, leaving real wages unchanged.