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Shyam got her hair fixed.

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I know how hard this must be.

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We have plenty of time tonight. Is it true that you weren't here yesterday? I'll stay here and help her. If my brother were here, he would know what to do. You must take the fact into consideration.

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I hate chemistry. She feigned an illness. You are a Canadian. I'll do anything but that job. You have a secret admirer. You ought not to act selfishly. I have got a lot of books. He plays golf every Sunday. Sharan has been a perfect gentleman. I'm staying pretty busy.

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The man asked me for some money.

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There were books lying about the room. It's too bad you don't want to accept my decisions.

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I like showy clothes. The children were sliding on the ice. How much does that car cost? Now listen carefully. It could be both.

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I informed her about the success. Last Saturday, my family went to the zoo to see the pandas.

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I hate children. I'm not trying to make you feel guilty.

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