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Tom hasn't got much money with him.
Tom normally doesn't show his feelings very much.
Tom isn't so tall.
Tom can't swim very well yet.
Tom isn't very good at mathematics.
Tom was so surprised he was speechless.
Tom hasn't had much education.
At first I didn't like my job, but I'm beginning to enjoy it now.
Tom doesn't like Mary very much.
At that time, Tom wasn't very happy.
Tom groaned in pain.
John was too surprised to say anything.
After talking to Tom for a few minutes, it became obvious that his French wasn't very good, so Mary switched to English.
Tom and Mary don't have much time to talk together. Their children are always demanding their attention.
I don’t exercise very often.
I’m not interested in dressing up.
I don’t really like travelling overseas but I DO want to go to Europe.
When I was a student, I didn’t study much.
That rooster while pecking at the chicken food, glanced over here but, with a composure as if to say on this occasion it will overlook the situation, only closed its eyes for a moment and didn't make much of a racket.
といった=( 連語 )
① 例としてとりあげる場合に用いる。…というような。 「休みをとって旅行に行く-余裕はない」 「これ-不満もない」
3 物事をはっきりと言わず、一例として挙げる意を表す。「けがでもしたら大変だ」「兄にでも相談するか」

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