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    1. Don't approach the river because you might fall in.

    2. I arrived the airport at eight o'clock in the morning.

    3. If you don't understand, ask your neighbour.

    4. The truck crashed a house but thankfully no one was injured.

    5. It all depends the results of the analysis.

    6. Let's discuss your plans. I think they are interesting.

    7. Let's divide the apple pie three parts. Two pieces for me and one for you!

    8. Look how much this costs! Obviously, there has been an increase prices.

    9. Let's go play basketball! -No, I'm not interested playing any sport today.

    10. This ice cream lacks sugar. It tastes terrible!

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