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An English-Japanese dictionary is surely a must have book, not just for those taking TOEIC, but for all studying English.
No rational person, of whatever political persuasion, could possibly object to the program.
I have no objection to paying a special fee if it is necessary.
I wish he were on our team.
If he is proficient in English, I'll employ him.
I wish I were a stone.
I would rather have been born in Japan.
I wish I were a bird.
I wish my uncles were men of millions.
I wish I were a millionaire.
I wish I were a bird.
I wish I were a bird.
I wish I were a millionaire.
Working, healthy people contribute to the reduction of medical expenses, the rise of the eligible age for benefits, and the curtailment of their costs.
Married people sometimes wish they were single.
I wish I were rich.
The more unique each person is, the more he contributes to the wisdom of others.
As a rule, the more fundamental a new truth, the greater will be its practical possibilities.
I wish Tom were my younger brother.
If the tip was a dime in one glass, the waitress, in her haste to get the table ready for the next customer, would pick up the glass, the water would spill out, and that would be the end of it.

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