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The polar bear, which lives on the polar ice-cap, will lose its home and die out.
In return for helping you with your studies, I'd like to ask a small favor of you.
Goods are the great travelers over the earth's surface, far more than humans, which means that hardly an inhabited spot on the globe is untouched by trade.
If I had money enough, I could pay you.
My father was, I think, a little drunk then.
If my father had not been killed in the war, he would be over sixty years old now.
My father has made me what I am.
I don't mean to be antisocial, but I'm tired.
I don't mean to be unsociable, but I'm tired.
I would buy the car, but I am poor.
If I weren't poor, I'd buy that car.
When I considered beautiful things I found that there was nothing for me to do but to gaze and admire.
Now that pessimism prevails, the executive will abandon the project.
Pessimism believes in no improvement.
I invited her to go to the movies.
I invited her to a movie.
I thought she'd be useful, but as it is, we'd be better off without her.
She was looking for a room with a bath, and found one near here.
Though she looks like his older sister, the fact is that she is his mother.
She comes from the South, as I knew from her accent.

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