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It is Mrs. Lee, Susan's mother, in London.
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Sentence #29303

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It is Mrs. Lee, Susan's mother, in London.

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AlanF_US
Oct 16th 2013, 14:13
Annotation: This sentence might be the response to "Who's speaking to you on the phone?" If instead the question were directed at the speaker ("Who's speaking?"), she would be more likely to identify herself with "This" rather than "It" ("This is Mrs. Lee...").

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