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She is at her wit's end with her son. He sometimes does not come home until 3 or 4 a.m.
She cursed the times.
She did so out of curiosity.
She added, as an afterthought, that she was going to do some shopping.
She implied that she would like to come with us.
What is she about?
What's she doing?
What do you think she is going to do?
Now that she has quit her job, we can't depend on her.
She has been studying French for ten years, so she ought to realize what French is.
She was jolly well made to pay.
I think she was trying to pull a fast one.
She wanted to have paid a visit to India.
She has ten children.
She said she was walking through the woods, looking for wild flowers.
Her husband is an excellent cook.
She drives not carefully but slowly.
She has some faults, but I love her all the more because of them.
No wonder she didn't show up to see him off. They broke up.
I'd rather she sat next to me.

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