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You really put that much in the sandwich?
The Internet has a lot of information and thus also a lot of useless information.
I keep a good supply of stamps to save trips to the post office.
Thousands of people were deceived by the advertisement.
She spends a lot of money on clothes.
She has a lot of faults. Still, I like her.
She has many hobbies, cooking, knitting, gardening, collecting stamps, and so on.
They eat a lot of rice.
He made a lot of efforts to become a famous actor.
He will figure on inviting a lot of guests to the opening ceremony.
He made many costly purchases.
He made many grammatical mistakes in his composition.
There are a lot of tools in the box.
Car windows accumulate frost on winter mornings.
In the long run, we can save a lot of money by buying this machine.
To read a lot of books is a good thing.
Reading a lot of books is a good thing.
Scores of people gathered in front of the Royal Palace.
There're many rich Americans. On the other hand some Americans are very poor.
In preparation for painting a portrait, my friend takes many photographs in order to study the subject closely.

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