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Sentence #8188207 — belongs to lucasmg123
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Is it true that you speak German?
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Sentence #7632300 — belongs to MisterBrown
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Algerians learn Berber at school.
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Sentence #7154732 — belongs to AlanF_US
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Why are you learning Esperanto?
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Sentence #6983530 — belongs to aln
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Do you all speak Albanian?
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Sentence #6608028 — belongs to MaryJ
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I'm not studying English.
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Sentence #6249835 — belongs to CK
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I often study French in the evening.
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Sentence #5455358 — belongs to Theocracy
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Cantonese is the prestige dialect of the Yue group.
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Sentence #5455343 — belongs to Theocracy
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Chinese is divided into ten major dialect groups.
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Sentence #5428849 — belongs to CK
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Tom speaks no French.
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Sentence #5335922 — belongs to mailohilohi
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What is the difference between a German optimist and a German pessimist? The optimist learns English; the pessimist learns Russian.
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