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“They have a screened-in porch in back. ”
“Essentially, what that means is that we'll have to replace the tiles as well as the pipes.”
“They have a loft with a spiral staircase leading up to it.”
“A find like this isn't going to stay on the market for long.”
“Did you rearrange the furniture in here?”
“Have you been by Edith's new house? It's, like, way out in the sticks.”
“It was supposed to be an investment, but it turns out it actually depreciated in value.”
“I don't know exactly how much it'll be. I'll call the office and have them crunch the numbers.”
“Can you at least give me a ballpark?”
“Home ownership is more trouble than it's worth.”
at least (a number) before (something)
arrive to (somewhere)
I'm going to (do something).
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carry out (an action)
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What if (something happens)?
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