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It wasn't very hot last night.
There wasn't much news in last night's newspaper.
Sometimes rich people look down on other people who do not have much money.
It wasn't very discreet of you to forget the appointment.
Troublemakers rarely become model citizens.
When it comes to baseball, I don't know much.
The tree was so happy she could hardly speak.
There were too many sights to see in a day or two.
I studied English very hard every day, but I didn't learn a lot.
I don't care for television very much.
I'm not keen on this kind of music.
I can't play tennis very much.
I can't play tennis very well.
I'm not so good at tennis.
It seems that the rich part of humanity doesn't care much for the problems of the poor part.
Mother tells me not to study so hard.
My mother tells me not to study so hard.
There isn't much furniture in my room.
My father bought me a watch, which I don't like very much.
My father never gave me much advice.

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