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He insulted her. That is why she got angry.
He said that if he knew her address, he would write to her.
He is displeased with their way of reception.
I believed him to be in good health.
He is more lucky than clever.
Bright as he is, he is slow in giving his opinions.
I think he is angry.
He is from Osaka, as is shown by his accent.
He can't distinguish vice from virtue.
He is honest. That's why I like him.
He has not taken the highest level evaluation, but he is good at mathematics.
He bought a new car. He had had his old one for more than ten years.
He has only to ask for help.
He failed in the examination for lack of preparation.
He lied to me. That is why I am angry with him.
He lied to me. That is why I am angry with him.
He has finished his work, hasn't he?
He intended to have visited Naples last year.
He is by nature a kind fellow.
He is by nature a kind fellow.

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