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I want to disappear somewhere! I tend to feel like that in sultry summers.
Old people are inclined to look back on the past.
Divorce tends to be associated with a negative image.
The girl wanted to monopolize her father's affection and tended to view her mother as a competitor.
A careless person is apt to make mistakes.
Sick people tend to be pessimistic.
She went out of the room with downcast eyes.
She was fired on the grounds that she was often absent.
She tends to be late for school.
She is apt to lose her temper.
He is apt to forget his promise.
He is inclined to make light of his father's advice.
He is apt to leave his umbrella on the train.
He is apt to be late.
He tends to get angry when people oppose him.
He is apt to give vent to his feelings.
He was apt to boast of his knowledge.
He tends to be idle.
He tends to think of everything in terms of money.
He is apt to envy others.

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