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Unit 35 : Talking about the weather
1. 2. What's the weather like today?

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It looks as if there will be a storm soon.

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It's going to be another scorcher today.

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25. It's going to be freezing again today.

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3. 4. 5. 6. 7. It's mild.

26. The wind blows cold.

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It's humid.

27. Nasty day, isn't it?

28. It's sprinkling. !f- '§'!f- '§'

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It's chilly.

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What's the temperature?

29. It is raining cats and dogs.

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We're having a steady rain. It's been raining on and off all morning.

It looks like rain today.

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8. 9. I wonder if it will rain.

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What if it rains tomorrow?

The sky is getting very cloudy.

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33. The clouds are building up.

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It is beginning to sprinkle.

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Tomorrow's high will be

11. It's pouring down.

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35. It will get warmer.

The wind is dying now.


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36. The days are getting longer.

I was caught in a shower.

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37. The winter is giving.

The sea is running high.

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15. It's getting colder and colder.

38. It's unusually warm for a winter day.

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39. The windows are fogged up.

16. Do you have much snow in winter?

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It's the heaviest snowfall in ten years.

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17. How does the sky look?

What if it pours tomorrow?

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18. How's the weather out there?

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19. What's the weather like there?

I got wet on my way home.

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You got all wet.

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How cold is it today?

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44. How wet did you get?

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45. I was caught in the rain on my way home.

22. It looks like it's going to rain.

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and see a movie

46. You're soaking wet.

67. Let's have lunch downtown together.



47. Hot is not the word.

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snack bar.

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48. I get too cold in the winter.

68. I've got some buddies waiting for me in the


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get too cold this winter.

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49. I hope it won't

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is near.

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50. She's bundled herself all up .








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say that the rainy season

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51. Newspaper reports

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71. Be sure to close the blinds before leaving.


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52. The rainy season is getting me down.

72. We can't go out. It's raining cats and dogs.


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53. The bad weather spoiled our vacation.

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Unit 37 : At a party (lit ED lII°ft~ <f)9J'BLIq.
73. Let's throw a party for him.

54. The storm did great damage to the crops.

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55. It's boring to stay indoors on such a fine day.


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74. Tonight's party is from 7 to 10. .2.-§' lItEI ~ 7 "IOJI "I ~0ft 1 O"IOJI ~ Bq.

Unit 36 : To go out (.2J ~)
56. We must be off early tomorrow morning.

75. When will the party be over?

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76. Be sure to invite him. I don't want to leave him out. 77. Thank you so much for inviting me.

57. I'll buzz off so that I can make my train in time.

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58. Step on it, or we'll be late. 59. I'm packed and all set to go.

78. I'll be there for sure.


79. Where shall I sit?

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80. May I have your next dance?

60. Go ahead. I'll catch you in a minute.

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61. I'll be with you in a moment.

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81. You were with a real fox at the dance.

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62. I won't

be gone long.


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82. I got a big hand after my song.

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63. I must be going now.

83. I'll take a glass of claret.

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64. I got to be there around 3

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84. I'd like to propose a toast.

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65. How can I get there from here?

85. We toast the guest of honor! 86. Aren't you a party girl?

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66. Give us a ride downtown.

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87. You know, you're

a real smart aleck.

106. We'll back you up financially.

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going to be such a party pooper, come again.

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88. Well, if you're don't

107. Let me be your guide.

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108. I'll see about getting a new quilt.

89. I'll have to break away from the party at ten.

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90. I've enjoyed myself very much.

109. Will this chair do?

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110. Shall I answer the phone?

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91. The party was a real drag.

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111. Shall I tell her to call you later?

112. Shall I stay here for a while?

Unit 38 : Plan (711~)
92. I'm planning on going to LA.

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Unit 40 : Agreement

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93. Don't you plan to fly to Memphis this weekend?

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113. I agree to your plan.

94. How long do you intend to stay in New York?


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114. I agree with you on that point .

95. I'm going to see the sights of Chicago tomorrow.

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115. I'm for that plan .

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96. Are you going to meet me at the bus stop?

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116. I think you're

quite right.

97. I'm leaving for America next week.




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117. You can say that again.

98. I'm about to tell you something important.

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118. That's it. 119. I don't think so.

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99. I'm thinking of painting out living room light green.

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100. I'll be busy tomorrow. 101. Did you make up a schedule for the trip to Boston?

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120. I'm afraid not .

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121. No, I don't 122. You're believe so.


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Unit 39 : Help (£ ~)
102. Is there anything I can do for you?

123. I'm not sure.

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124. Well, I don't know about that.

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103. Let me know if I can be of any help. 9 V~ 104. What can I do for you? .!f-~~ S::_2j- ~7)tR? ~
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125. I can't go along with you on that point.

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126. I'm afraid you are mistaken .


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127. I'm afraid it won't


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Unit 42 : Accident 147. 148.

I doubt if he will succeed.

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Hello, is this the police station?

Oj~AilR, Unit 41 : Guessing (~ 129. 130. 131. 132. 133. 134. 135. 136. 137. 138. ~) 149.
What sort of man is he?

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We'd better report it to the police.

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I must make an urgent phone call to the police.

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Do you think he's on the level?

I must notify the police that it's missing. I left my bag here, and it's gone.

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What do you think of his plan?

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I was robbed of my wallet on the subway.

How would you like it?


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What time do you expect him back?

The guy standing across the street must have picked my pocket.

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I'm sure you will get a good mark on the quiz.

A burglar broke into my apartment.

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I'm quite sure I left my glasses on the table.

Our apartment house has a problem with theft.

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I had no doubt of her success.

My passport is missing from my drawer.

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didn't go.

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I bet it will rain tomorrow.

I got mugged in the men's room.

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I'm positive about the reason that why he

Where is the lost and found?

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I left my passport somewhere.

I think it will get warm this afternoon .




I'm not sure where I left it.

I imagine that you will enjoy yourself staying in Las Vegas.

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Do you think I can get back my purse?

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I guess you will be very busy tonight .

If you find it, could you call the company that I work for?

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I'm afraid I've got to cut down my expenses.

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Unit 43: Surprise (~ 163. 164.
What a surprise!

I wonder if you could come to the party.

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It's around seven, I think.


He is 25 or so.

It's incredible. Really?

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She's an actress or something.

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165. 166.

Is that right?


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167. You must be kidding!

188. She sleeps on her back .

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168. You scared me. 169. Well, Well, Well!

189. I usually sleep on my stomach.

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190. Get up, sleepy head!


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170. Dear me!

191. I'm still half asleep.

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192. Have a beautiful dreams.

171. Oh dear, what a mess! 172. Good gracious!

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173. Good heavens!

Unit 45 : Allowance



174. My!

193. May I leave my things here for a while?

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175. Mercy me!

194. Can I borrow your pen for a minute?




195. I wonder if I may use your car.

176. Bless my soul!

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196. Do you mind my smoking?

177. Oh, Lord!

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197. Is it all right for me to go for a ride?


Unit 44 : Sleeping (9 ~)


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198. Will you let me have a holiday tomorrow?

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199. May I use the bathroom? 178. What time do you go to bed?

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200. Can you lend me a dollar?

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179. Did you have a sound sleep last night?

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201. May I have a look at it?

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180. I sleep deeply at night.

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202. May I come in?

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181. I slept like a dog.



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182. I had a nightmare. <2j"~~ 2{J

203. Yes, of course. 204. Why not? l(!"

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183. Anxiety kept her awake all night. 205. Sure! 206. All right! 184. I was up all night.

185. I don't


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207. OK with me.

186. I'll put the baby to sleep. 187. It's about time you go to bed,

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Unit 46

To forbid and order

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208. Don't call me so late at night. ~~7J] At2l~

229. May I take a look at the room? 230. My new apartment suits me to aT. AH.£ -Tl(!" 0tIit~7t 0tIit~ Aj] ~Oj] ~ ~L]q. m'BL]q. 231. The setup didn't suit me at all. -T3': 7t ~o1 ~Oj] ~A] ~c]tJj]O]EPt 232. My apartment is a third floor walk up. Aj] 0tIit~~



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209. Don't make such a racket while I'm trying to sleep. 0tL] Li¥


210. You are nuts to let him use your car. _:::J_Oj]7J] At~At~

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211. Oh, come off it! You know that nobody believes that story. _:::J_I(!" -f-Aj]R! ~OjJAj Lml(! -i'7t _:::J_'C! O]OP]~ ~B:!lOjR? 212. You are not to leave your room. <c!"~ L] q. make that train. ~AmOjR. 213. Hurry up, or we won't "j~CfR. ~~otl(! 7]At~

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233. How much is the monthly rate? ~Ajpt ~Ot<flL]7Jt? ~~~Oj V'BL]7Jt? 0tLlI(! .g.~0] 7t-6'~L]7Jt? 234. Are utilities included in the monthly rate? ~Aj]Oj] -tj"c]tJpt 7t~g ~Aj]~ 235. Is the price firm, or can we negotiate? ~OHA1 V'BL]7Jt, ~OtLt At~ 236. How often does the rent go up? .2.-§-L]7Jt? 237. Do I have to pay any rent in advance? ~Aj].2J {j-6-~ A]*oHo~ ~L]7Jt? 238. How much is the down payment? 7j]<2f-6-g ~ ot<fl L]7Jt? 239. How big of a security deposit should I pay? ~~-6-g

214. You have to finish your homework right away. A]-6- tJt.£ 4;Aj]~ At, OJ''j _:::J_ ~~ otA1o~ ~L] q . 0tA]Aj]R. ~ i'i-\30H ~Aj]R. 215. Go on, and get it over with. 216. You have to bear in mind that I'm new at this. Ajpt 0] ~Oj] O]4;0tq~ 217. You've got to wash the dishes now. A]-6-

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240. Is my rent due at the end of the month? ~Aj]~ Aj~ A]*~L]7Jt? ~Aj]~ A]*~L]q. 241. I usually pay my rent a month in advance. ~~ l(!" '§ <ii"j ~7] 242. I have a long lease on this apartment.

219. Be sure to do the dishes.

Unit 47 : To seek an apartment



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243. The lease on my apartment will run out in a month. 220. I want to find an apartment for rent. ~cH 0tIit~~ 0tIit~~ ~~ V'BL]q. ~gq]R. 0tIit~~ ~cHot~ ~gq]R. 221. Excuse me, I'm interested in renting an apartment. ~cHot~ 222. I'd like to rent a three-room apartment. ~O] Aj] 7H V~ 0tIit~.2J Aj~ ~CH7j]<2f7mO] LH'§oll(! 244. I've got to renew the lease on my apartment. 0tIit~ ~cH AH7j]<2f~ 0Ho~ ~L]q.

Unit 48

Talking about crime and justice (~~.2jAH~)

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224. Does each room have a private bath?

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225. Is there a gas heater in the room? ~Oj] 7t~ 226. Is there a laundry room in the building? <:!~ <c!"Oj] Aj]~i!0] 227. Does the superintendent provide good service?

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228. Is it possible to rent a garage? 9 V'BL]7Jt?

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249. He was caught in the act.


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250. The suspect is accused of highway robbery.

271. I don't understand what you mean.

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272. What do you mean by that?

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251. Did the kidnapper confess to the crime.

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252. The murderer is still at large. 253. The murder case is now veiled in mystery.

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254. He got up and began to question the witness.

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255. The judge threw the book at him.


256. He ended up in jail.

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257. He's been behind bars for almost 30 years.
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258. He got life. 259. It's a home for wayward children, so to speak.





Unit 49 : Saying again

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260. I beg your pardon?

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261. Would you mind repeating what you said?
l(!" 1(j

262. Please speak a little more slowly?

263. What's your name again?
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264. What did you say?

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265. Say it once more.


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266. What's that? 267. I'm sorry. I didn't catch you.

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268. Excuse me, I don't follow you.

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269. I'm sorry, but I didn't understand you.


270. I don't understand what you're getting at.



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