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I don't like the way Tom cooks pasta.
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I don't like the way Tom plays the guitar.
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There's no reason you can't do that.
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Tom still lives in the house he was born in.
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The restaurant we're going to eat at tonight is near where I work.
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We often eat breakfast in the kitchen.
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My brother, who lives in Boston, is a carpenter.
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My brother who lives in Boston is a carpenter.
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The textbook we use in our French class was written by a Canadian.
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How much sugar do you want in your coffee?
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How much sugar do you want me to put in your coffee?
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Mary is the prettiest girl in our class.
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Tom tricked Mary.
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Tom cheated Mary.
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Tom hurt Mary.
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I can't believe Tom did all this without any help.
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I can't believe Tom did all this by himself.
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I can't believe that Tom was able to do this all by himself.
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I can't believe Tom did all this himself.
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Tom is one of the most irritating people I've ever met.
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I don't think I've ever met anybody who knows how to do that.
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I don't think I've ever met anyone who knows how to do that.
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The down jacket that I bought yesterday cost me a lot less than I had expected.
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The last time I came here was a year ago.
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I'm pretty sure that I've seen that man here before.
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It's almost time to eat.
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It's about time for bed.
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This box isn't large enough for all of these things.
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I always try to be punctual.
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I don't usually drink coffee in the evening.
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Tom had to stay home all last week because he had to take care of his mother.
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I had to stay home all weekend because I was sick.
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Are we on the right road?
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We got on the wrong train.
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It isn't possible to please everybody.
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It's not possible to please everyone.
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I asked Tom what his reasons for doing that were.
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Tom read a lot more books last month than I did.
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Please give me something cold to drink.
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These apples are all rotten.
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All of these apples are rotten.
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You're not allowed to park on this side of the street.
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All three of my sisters have married Canadians.
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I have two uncles; one lives in Boston and the other lives in Chicago.
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Anyone who doesn't want to go, doesn't have to.
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Anybody who doesn't want to go, doesn't have to.
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Tom's mother told him not to play with matches.
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I can't be there myself, so I'll sent Tom to help you.
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That coat's mine, not Tom's.
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Did you really do your homework by yourself?
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Tom is usually the one who takes our dog out for a walk.
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Do you take your dog for a walk every day?
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Do you walk your dog every day?
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How often do you walk your dog?
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After you finish reading this letter, burn it.
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I'm not like them.
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Tom is doing better in school this year.
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There's a piece missing from this puzzle.
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This puzzles has a missing piece.
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I wonder why Tom is so sleepy today.
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Tom doesn't look as tired today as he looked yesterday.
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Tom seems to be feeling better today than he was yesterday.
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Tom is doing better today than he was yesterday.
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I had trouble finding a place to park.
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It took me a long time to find a place to park.
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Tom spent all his savings on a new car.
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Tom said he was saving up money to buy a new car.
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Don't your bicycle on the sidewalk.
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Don't your bike on the sidewalk.
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Tom said something to Mary that made her cry.
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What did you say to Tom that made him cry like that?
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What did you say to Tom that made him cry?
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I haven't read either of those books.
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My bicycle cost twice as much as Tom's bicycle.
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My bicycle cost twice as much as Tom's.
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I paid twice as much for my bicycle as Tom paid for his.
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I've already read both of those books.
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I haven't read either of those books yet.
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Are you having a Valentine's Day party at your house again this year?
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I'm not a professional musician anymore.
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Eggs are usually sold by the dozen in America.
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I'm not very likely to do that again.
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Some of Tom's ideas were good, but a lot of them weren't.
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I didn't like any of Tom's ideas.
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Some of Tom's ideas weren't very good.
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Some of Tom's ideas were pretty good.
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Tom had some good ideas.
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Why did you have to stay in Boston for so long?
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Tom didn't eat any of the cookies that Mary baked for him.
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Tom was hesitant to take another cookie, even though Mary offered him one.
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Do you have to stay in Boston as long as Tom does?
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How long will you have to stay in Boston?
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Tom doesn't usually eat anything before he goes on stage.
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Let's stop and get something to eat before the concert.
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Do you want to eat something before we leave?
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Tom and Mary had a romantic candlelit dinner on Valentine's Day.
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Tom and Mary had a candlelit dinner together on Valentine's Day.
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Tom said he was thinking of becoming a vegetarian.
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Tom has decided to become a vegetarian.
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I don't think it was what we did that made Tom angry.
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