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- The speaker seems to have no original ideas; his speech was full of platitudes.
- The purport of the message seemed to be that a few top army officers had fled from the country.
- Only with organization can the wisdom of the collective be given full play.
- Most of us see everything in colour all our lives, and we base quite a large number of our daily actions on colour information.
- Geoffrey was a little disappointed by this but he did as his daughter asked.
- Come and get an eyeful of this there's a giraffe in the garden!'
- According to the Constitution of the country all the young men do a year's mi
- `Secretary wanted: previous experience essential.'
- `Look at those pretty little girls' dresses' is ambiguous, because it is not clear whether the girls or the dresses are `pretty'.
- `How do you like your tea?' `I like it rather weak.'
- `Have you ever flown a helicopter?' `No, never.'
- "几年以前，你可以看出谁是城里最有权势的人，因为他的路会修得整整齐齐，" 此?/em>湟晃怀鞘泄婊纤呔值幕⑾壬怠?"现在风水轮流转，最有势力的人住在泥土路上。"
- "Years ago, you could tell who the most politically powerful person in town was because his road would be paved, " said Ray Keating, a member if the zoning board of appeals here. "Now it's(=it has) come full circle, and the most powerful live on the d
- "如果有一天晚上我站在街角，发生了事故，而我没有一把[手枪]。那可怎么办？" 特伦?/em>厮担辉赣盟娜?
- "What happens one night if I'm standing on a corner and something
- "We, the rustling leaves, have a voice that answers the storms, but who are you so silent?"
- "There're some dumplings left; I can hot them up in a minute, if you're hungry."