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“Thanks! I don't know if that's necessarily true, but it's nice of you to say.”
“Can you check to see if the battery's charged?”
“I'd love to go, but I don't know if I'd be able to manage it financially.”
“The question is whether his leg is fully recovered.”
“I was wondering if I could exchange them for another pair.”
“Do you know whether that would be covered by my insurance?”
“I can never tell whether he's joking.”
“Whether they're growing in terms of revenue, I'm not so sure.”
“Do you know if it's mandatory?”
“I'm trying to decide whether I should take my laptop.”
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