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"Please move aside." "Ya wanna make something of it, sonny?"
One day I had a phone call from a friend. "There's a nice little earner, won't you come round?" so I went to his house.
What day are you usually free?
Will the universe expand indefinitely?
"I don't think she's an opponent you can ignore like that ..." "That's right, they say a cornered rat bites back, don't they?"
I'm teaching basic participial constructions now, but, with regard to those below, what different ways of translating them would everybody use?
The neighbouring house was destroyed, but mine survived just a bit of cost for repair.
Our house, our rules.
Eh? Have we run out of toner? Oh well, sorry, but can you go the staff-room and get some, Katou?
It certainly feels smooth when you run the shaver over your skin.
Hasn't it been solved yet? Whose responsibility is it, the prefecture's or the country's?
"You with me?" "Yes"
How would you like your steak cooked?
We've nearly finished preparations. How about taking a nap?
What's your favourite type of sushi?
What's your favorite kind of sushi?
How are you finding the Quality Control department?
"Er, Karin ..., shouldn't we call it a night soon?" "No! No quitting while ahead! Next time I'll win for sure!"
"Would you like something to drink?" "Sorry, no thanks."
"Would you like something to drink?" "No, but thanks for offering."

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