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It is difficult to keep up a conversation with someone who only says "Yes" and "No".
It is difficult to keep up a conversation with someone who only says Yes and No.
"Say, you, the lady over there." "Eh?" "Could you give me a bit of advice?"
"...Hey...Hey, teacher!" "Eh? Oh." "Are you really OK? Shouldn't you cancel the lesson?"
Eh? Have we run out of toner? Oh well, sorry, but can you go the staff-room and get some, Katou?
"Take a look at this." "Eh?" "There's an impact mark on the right-hand side of the bumper."
"Hey! It's dangerous to run here." "Eh? ... A-a-Aaah!!" "Oh dear, what did I tell you?"
"Isn't it about time you tried photographing people or something?" "Eh? Snapshots? I don't know ..."
It's no good saying 'Isn't it?' to me ... have you double-booked again?
"Kai dear! I'm really sad! Having my first experience in this way." "Eh?" "Skip-ping-town."
Practice makes perfect.
They couldn't decide whether to go to the mountains or the sea.
He had to work even on Sunday.
He entered the business world instead of going on to college.
He was from Texas or thereabout.
Someone has brought us some grapes.
Bring the laundry in.
A square has four equal sides.
A square has four sides.
I have never heard her say 'No'.

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