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We had to queue to get into the show.
recognise British English spelling
I didn't recognise you with you hair cut.
I recommend this course to home schoolers.
That isn't very relevant to the conversation.
We all love to go to the restaurant. *
Time, crime and chime all rhyme.
James plays rhythm guitar.
I will sacrifice my free time to do your work.
The secretary took notes during the meeting.
You can cry on my shoulder.
The document is not valid without a signature.
I think he is a very sincere person.
I sincerely wish you all the best in life. *
The soldier fired a bullet.
Unripe fruit can give you stomach ache.
Have you sufficient money for a cab home?
I would like to suggest a plan of action.
This symbol means 'add' : +.
The decimal numeral system has ten as its base.

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