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“Careful with that; it's fragile.”
“All packed up for the big move?”
“It's official: I'm moving to the U.S.!”
“Believe it or not, I had never even traveled abroad when I moved here.”
“He's going to hang back for a few weeks to tie up a few loose ends.”
“Now it's just a matter of getting everything unpacked!”
“So were you transferred here, or did you move voluntarily?”
“What if we rented a moving van instead of hiring someone?”
“You know, I've been thinking about the move.”
“I'd just like to say, on behalf of everyone here, good luck in your new home.”
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