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“It's truly an honor to meet someone of your stature and influence.”
“We have a few more minutes, so I'd be happy to take some questions from the audience.”
“It's important to eat your veggies so you can grow up to be big and strong.”
“To put this piece in historical context, it was created during the period when Europeans were just beginning to explore the New World.”
“I urge everyone to take advantage of the free flu shots being offered this week.”
“I feel obligated to give at least three weeks' notice at my current job.”
“We're not stopping to get ice cream, and that's that!”
“All Korean men are required to serve in the army.”
“I wouldn't sign up for a tour unless it was somewhere that's really hard to get around in as a foreigner.”
“My long-term goal is to open my own restaurant.”
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