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I just want you to come.
You had better take your umbrella in case.
Are you ready?
You needn't worry too much.
You may as well begin to prepare your lessons.
You can watch TV after supper.
May I invite you to dinner?
I know a good place for dinner.
Can I go out and play?
Prospective buyers couldn't make heads or tails out of the contract.
Oil paintings show to advantage at a distance.
You may as well keep your promise.
One should keep one's promises.
You should keep your promises.
I appreciate your problem, but it can't be helped.
The end does not always justify the means.
You have only to keep silent.
You can save your breath. There is no use talking to him.
We'll climb the mountain if it is fine tomorrow.
I hope the weather will clear up tomorrow.

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