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I spent the whole afternoon chatting with friends.
All that time the things granddad had said, like the sound of flies flying round a melon, buzzed in my head.
Just how well can masks block the, even smaller than pollen, yellow sand dust? I think it much more of a nuisance than pollen.
Keisuke has always studied in this mansion. That style known as 'home schooling', right?
You've been camping out ever since you came over here? Must have been terrible.
The train was full, so she was obliged to travel second-class, and had to stand all the way.
The train was so crowded that I had to keep standing all the way.
The train was so crowded that we were obliged to stand all the way to Osaka.
The train was so crowded that I had to keep standing all the way.
There being no train, we had to walk all the way.
Seen from a distance, he looks much younger than he really is.
Preventive measures are much more effective than the actual treatment.
I much prefer working at night.
Wood is a disappearing resource in much of Africa, and these stoves burn far less wood than the stoves currently in much use.
If you get enough rest every night, you'll feel much better.
My sister has been knitting since this morning.
My sister has been studying in her room since this morning.
My sister has been taking piano lessons since she was four.
The real war is much more horrible than this story.
The real war is much more horrible than this story.

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