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It's hot, so you'd better head back quickly. Mackerel goes off so fast that they coined 'fresh-looking rotten fish'.
A display, aka monitor, is an appliance that displays video signal of still images and moving pictures produced by a computer or similar device.
"Isn't she nice? I think we'll get on just fine." "Same here."
I wish something nice would happen.
"I'm going to see your father today, about career counselling." "You don't need to bother with that."
"Would you like something to drink?" "Sorry, no thanks."
"Would you like something to drink?" "No, but thanks for offering."
You can go skiing if you like, but for my part I prefer to stay at home and read a novel.
There's no need to be that tense.
It's nothing to do with me, equals, I don't have to be here. So I'm getting out of here, whatever anybody says!
I'm not a university student, but I'm brighter than them.
That can't be good for your health, can it?
Isn't it a mild winter this year? Makes life easier.
It's OK to think of 'five minutes' as a noun phrase, right?
Along the way will be fine. It's a complicated matter.
I've found something amazing!
"You're OK without your glasses?" "Ah, these are fake you see, I thought it might make me brainier..."
Skiing, barbecues, parties: with this plan you get the best of everything and can enjoy it all on a one-day visit.
Depending on which you think of as the main point, either is OK.
I'm not bothered. It's just my usual nightcap. Having someone to drink with on occasion might be nice.

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