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“Kids who learn martial arts gain not only strength and the ability to defend themselves, but confidence as well.”
“A good speaker understands the power of a simple message repeated again and again.”
“Animals inhale oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide, while plants do the opposite.”
“There's a seating chart in the back of the roll book.”
“Moving on, let's review the differences between ionic and covalent bonds.”
“Everybody take a look at the picture on page 46. This is a model of what a strand of DNA looks like.”
“OK, let me take attendance and then we'll get started.”
“That's not my problem.”
“I'm willing to help you out, but you've got to put forth a little more effort.”
“Try to flesh out that first point a little bit more.”
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