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No, it's a national treasure, you see. This is the first time we've seen it as well.
She was been here before, and so have I.
She likes jazz, and so do I.
He doesn't speak French, neither do I.
He likes jazz, and so do I.
I don't know what to do either.
I'm a councillor, too.
When the last leaf falls, I must go, too.
We rented that house, not because we were pleased with it, but because it was near the station.

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