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1 whereas absolutely American to analyze English without white god more sick

2 larger most large to take to be in important suddenly you know century

3 to believe all evening thing to see to switch on together possibly possibility around

4 generally question here is time similar to always, all always in all, of all to remember any

5 second yesterday you tall, high where hero main eye to speak year

6 head hungry voice city, town guest to walk yes to give long ago far

7 to give two twenty twelve door to do doings day ten for

8 up to good, kind long time must, should house at home homeward expensive daughter friend

9 another to think spirit, breath his single, unique her if naturally to eat to go

10 more however yellow wife feminine woman living life to live to forget

11 tomorrow to occupy here green familiar to know meaning to mean gold, golden and

12 game to play idea to go from to change or specifically to have having

13 name otherwise sometimes interesting to look for their towards every to seem how

14 what kind book when of course which pretty red critical blood who

15 to buy easy, light easy years only better best loved to love love

16 any, either people small little, few young boy mama between smaller, less place month

17 opinion much, many may one my young moment husband man's, male man we

18 thought on over, on, necessary backwards, back to name to name to write for instance folk

19 present, real beginning our not recently forbidden several no neither, nor never

20 nothing but new normal night necessary about shape to explain to explain

21 usually obligatorily one, alone one time he she they it again particularly

22 from answer to answer from where very first before to print writer to write

23 letter to pay badly under bye to show political completely full to receive

24 to remember to help to help to understand concept understandable to understand after last to look, watch

25 constantly afterwards because why almost poet therefore truth rule before

26 excellent by, at example principle nature natural pleasing problem simply against

27 let way five work to work working for sake of occasion earlier tale, story

28 to tell reaction child speech parents native, dear role Russian beside with

29 most light freedom its connection self today presently seven heart

30 gray serious to sit strongly situation to say how much soon sweet too much

31 dictionary word circumstance to listen to hear death to look, watch at first (one's) own modern

32 quite consciousness salt forty to sleep specially immediately old to become to cost

33 country strangely happiness to consider son so also such there text

34 dark now days that then also more exactly exactly third three

35 anywhere here you (friend) beside to see already morning fact sentence to go

36 good well although often part person through black four number

37 reader to read what in order to a little six these this I language

38 although bored forest flowers address bread lemon rice slowly car

39 milk subway company building family university store verb stool, chair fish

40 please cheese money weather letter (alpha) room paper window brother photo

41 map or card female friend cat Saturday degree bus stop leg one hundred purse drinking glass

42 juice arm garden soup sound coat excuse me coffee fork until meeting

43 second taxi friends winter TV telephone key sir name film lunch

44 copybook pain young woman minute (time) pen hour tea young girl doctor case

45 sea not at all river computer lake butter, oil street center table plate (eating)

46 kitchen hospital mistake uncle week aunt larger street picture hot stress

47 bus/taxi apartment sister pharmacy sugar balcony enter / exit eye glasses summer to ask

48 ready snow to tire medicine to wake (who) agree to be situated west spring autumn

49 rain east science south north plus minus to prepare to want to eat

50 to be able to swim to stand, stay to decide different tree difficult similar to open knife

51 spoon meeting to wait to telephone to dress to sing to dance stomach probably busy

52 expensive cheap union grandmother grandfather health your your someone somehow

53 something somewhere sometime insect animal plant microbe liquid metal egg

54 solid eight nine zero fifty eleven ninety thirteen fourteen fifteen

55 sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen restaurant bank 100 kopecks toilet wine pink

56 on foot to lay anywhere where (case 4) interestingly who (case 2 & 4) who (case 3) who (case 5) who (case 6) what (case 5)

57 what (case 2 & 4) difficultly what (case 3) papa citizen to begin nobody plastic that water

58 chicken meat to be called 100th of a ruble perfect view no cost quietly park bird beef

59 pork tomato pea apple bean cabbage carrot onion mushroom salad

60 potato dishes wash enough napkin bag to function hate fire bottle

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