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“Would you know how to change the tire if you got a flat?”
“On a scale of one to five, I'd give it a four.”
“If you notice anything suspicious, please alert the authorities immediately.”
“If you just blindly accept whatever they decide to offer, you're definitely leaving money on the table.”
“If you don't behave yourself, you're going straight to sleep after dinner. Do you understand me?”
“I'd like to think that I would donate most of it to a worthy cause.”
“You know, honestly, it probably wouldn't even be that much money after taxes.”
“I would... I guess I would set up a trust fund for my kids... and stick the rest in savings.”
“If you could live in any period in history, which one would it be?”
“I'm a little worried about what would happen if we were to have an earthquake.”
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