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A female beggar was begging with five or six children following along.
I'm not going to the library, but I can take you as far as the station.
Just where have you been loitering around without your attendants?
I will take my mother out in my new car tomorrow.
Tomorrow, I'm going to take my mother out in the new car.
What do you say to bringing your sister?
She showed me around the campus.
She went out with her dog.
He brought her to our place.
He traveled with a large escort.
He went out for a walk with his dog.
He usually goes to the park with his dog.
He had left Spain for South America with 200 men.
He came along with his dog following him.
As the sun rose, the stars faded away.
They set out with a guide just in case they lost their way.
They have taken her away.
A man with a big dog came in.
We have to take him to the hospital immediately; he is seriously injured!
I went for a walk with my son.

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