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My father may be at home now.
Father has never gotten sick in his life.
Father has never gotten sick in his life.
Father has just come home.
My father is out in the garden now.
My father used to drink beer, but now he drinks sake.
My father used to smoke, but now he doesn't.
My father is busy just now.
My father is busy now.
My father has just come home.
Father bought me the latest model motorcycle.
If my father had not been killed in the war, he would be over sixty years old now.
I hear my father was as old as I am now when he came up to Tokyo.
If it's necessary to do so, I'll pay back my loan now.
She is as beautiful as any girl that I've ever known.
She is from Hokkaido, but is now living in Tokyo.
She was on the point of laughing at the clown's actions.
She should be there now because she left early.
She used to keep a diary, but she no longer does.
She used to keep a diary, but doesn't anymore.

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