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As/like confusions

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1. When in Rome, do the Romans do.

2. Don't be your sister, try to be punctual instead.

3. I am here your assistant, not your teacher !

4. Charlotte Brontë, George Sand, was a 19th century novelist.

5. New York, all big cities, suffers greatly from pollution.

6. Laurence Olivier was brilliant Othello.

7. This winter has been just last year, really cold !

8. I have been working a slave for three weeks !

9. He did exactly I would have done in his place.

10. John's been working a waiter in Paris.

11. Paul's been acting a fool since he met that girl.

12. The train was late again, usual.

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