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"If you're tired, why don't you go to sleep?" "Because if I go to sleep now I will wake up too early."
If you're going to apologise, sooner is better.
If you're going to apologize, you should do it right away.
Why didn't you get here sooner?
I've got to find the cause quickly, get out of this slump and live up to Mr. Tanizaki's expectations.
It's hot, so you'd better head back quickly. Mackerel goes off so fast that they coined 'fresh-looking rotten fish'.
Moreover it's difficult to get rubbish out for garbage day because the collection time is too early.
"Morning. You're early today." "You too. I thought you'd still be dead to the world."
Never mind that. More importantly, if we don't go soon the time-limited sales will finish.
There are abilities that improve rapidly and those that improve slowly, aren't there?
The fireplace, lacking firewood, flames already starting to lose their vigour.
The sun had barely risen at the foot of the mountain when she set out alone up the slope.
When drawing kanji be careful of dots and sweeps, write as carefully and quickly as possible.
You just need to reset the breaker. Hurry up!
Sharapova's shots are very fast but...a fast ball means that it will come back that much faster.
In contrast to his "not bad looks but seems a bit of a dandy" appearance, he didn't have a girlfriend and he wasn't particularly fast with the ladies.
I left home early in the morning for fear that I should miss the train.
I left home early so I wouldn't miss the train.
I left home early because I didn't want to miss the train.
He left home early in the morning so as not to miss his train.

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