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D-drat! I didn't mean to let that slip..
Then, although it was dreary up to the other day, everywhere were flowers, flowers, flowers.
Don't you find yourself reaching for things with '20% extra' written on them?
Only the other day in a railway accident, without the time to send out a mayday, many people lost their lives.
"I was just admiring your roses. They're absolutely gorgeous." "Oh, I'm flattered. Thank you."
The food was so good that I ate too much.
I didn't mean to eavesdrop, but I did overhear you.
My father went out just now.
The plane crash was only last week.
I saw her only a week ago.
I cannot help but sympathize with him any time I see him.
They moved in just the other day.
He came back from abroad only last month.
He went out just now.
He came home just now.
He fell into a slumber inadvertently.
He dozed off even though he didn't want to.
His office is very close to mine.
It was only recently that he got well.
I was pressed by their questioning and slipped into telling an obvious lie.

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