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Reading her letter made us all feel a little sad.
I felt sad about leaving him, but I had no choice.
I was very sad to hear that your mother had died.
‘I’m OK,’ she said in a sad voice.
It was a sad day when we sold our home.
Dad waited until after dinner to tell us the sad news.
The only sad thing was that Jim couldn’t come to the party.
The sad truth is that many children never learn to read.
I think it’s sad that children spend so much time watching television.
Teachers’ salaries are a sad reflection on our commitment to educating children.
It’s a sad state of affairs when people can’t be bothered to vote any more.
I’m just one of those sad people who sit at home reading on Saturday night.