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He was so happy he did a little dance.
He is not much better, and there is a little hope of recovery.
He does not study hard, but does very well at school.
He doesn't read many books.
He does not seem to be very tired.
He was too old to walk.
His speech went on for such a long time that some people began to fall asleep.
He began by saying that he would not speak very long.
He can't run very fast.
He couldn't run very fast.
He ran so fast that I couldn't catch up with him.
He talks too fast.
He has not seen much of the world.
He is not very good at mathematics.
He isn't very good at math.
He doesn't read many newspapers.
He hasn't had much education.
He's not doing a very good job. All the same, you've got to admit that he's doing his best.
For all his wealth, he is not very happy.
His speech was not very becoming to the occasion.

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