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I brought you a little something.
I don't know if I still have it.
Communism will never be reached in my lifetime.
To have doubts about oneself is the first sign of intelligence.
Poor is not the one who has too little, but the one who wants too much.
Do you have a condom?
Not wanting is the same as having.
When you're trying to prove something, it helps to know it's true.
Give me time to give you everything I have!
How can you have a laptop and not a cell phone?
I'll bring you the bill immediately.
People who don't have a computer can't make full use of this MP3 player function.
Keiichi, the tempura's done, so bring a plate.
Just because people are corporeal born to this world doesn't mean that they understand everything about it, similarly just because somebody's died doesn't mean that they understand everything about the incorporeal world.
A qilin with a king too has no limit on its lifespan, but this illness alone admits of no remedy.
Companions with the same aim, to carve out their own future, cooperate with each other.
Whenever I go to a Japanese restaurant, I take the disposable chopsticks home with me.
'can' is an auxiliary verb, so in question sentences it is brought to the start of the phrase.
You couldn't tell it by looking, but she has the legendary tale of having eaten two whole cakes when a child.
We, ACME Ltd., hereby announce that we will resist with all our strength this hostile takeover.

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