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We were impressed by the size of the building.
the color of the sky
I don't remember the name of the street.
the smell of unwashed clothes
I had a feeling of duty toward him.
She seemed to like the idea of having children.
the month of April
the twin cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul
Todd has the annoying habit of questioning everything I say.
She met Charles at the age of 20.
She was a young girl of no more than 13.
Lynn earns a salary of thirty thousand dollars a year.
Teachers have been asking for a pay raise of 4 percent.
She had a photograph of him beside her bed.
It was a tale of war and bravery.
a history of Russia
Jerry kept thinking of the last time they'd met.
I reminded her of her duty to her family.
He moved to the far side of the bed.
a pain in the back of my head
She sat on the edge of her chair.
The roof of the church was damaged.
a pound of rice
millions of insects
a collection of poems
a swarm of bees
a succession of temporary jobs
a pair of sunglasses
She's one of my best friends.
Three of us went on vacation together.
Several of the apartments cannot even be lived in.
He listed the kings and queens of England.
the President of Syria
the treasurer of the club
a suit of lightweight wool
He was wearing a shirt of soft pink cotton.
instruments made of stainless steel
You should be ashamed of yourself!
I'm tired of their constant arguing.
Maya ought to be proud of him.
It was nice of you to help me.
It was stupid of me to think they would agree.
It's twenty of two (=1:40).
It's a quarter of nine (=8:45).
He was a man of great charm.
The research will be of great interest to many people.
Our conversation was of little importance.
the wonderful paintings of Picasso
the plays of Tennessee Williams
Reynolds was named businessman of the year in 1998.
the most popular movie of the summer
Lori is the daughter of my father's sister.
He was having an affair with the wife of a diplomat.
a good friend of mine
We had weeks of problems with the new computer system.
Twelve years of peace were followed by two years of war.
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