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I read the New York Times.
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linked to #162124
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I read the New York Times.
linked to #477604
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  • CK
  • Mar 6th 2011, 11:04
linked to #252391
  • CK
  • Mar 6th 2011, 11:04
linked to #252391
linked to #1125318
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  • duran
  • Dec 13th 2011, 22:48
linked to #1298292
linked to #782656
I read the New York Times.
linked to #477604
linked to #1619265
linked to #1985431
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Sentence #252391

eng
I read the New York Times.

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CK
CK
Nov 5th 2012, 23:50
Annotation:
Depending on the pronunciation of "read," this has more than one meaning.
1. I (always) read the New York Times. (Audio matches this.)
2. I read the New York Times (sometime in the past).

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