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Why are you going back to Boston?
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Not all Canadians are tall.
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I met Tom the day I got here.
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I'm a little bit concerned.
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Tom is intent on doing that.
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I saddled the horse myself.
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Stop teasing Tom about that.
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You're parked in my spot, aren't you?
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You're going to have a little sister.
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I knew that Tom would want to go to Australia with Mary.
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I don't think Tom will want to go to Australia with you.
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I don't think that Tom will ever come back to Australia.
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I don't think that Tom will be in Australia next winter.
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I don't think that Tom will be in Australia next summer.
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I don't think that Tom knows Mary is still in Australia.
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I don't think you should take Tom to Australia with you.
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Didn't you know Tom lived in Boston when he was a child?
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You're the one that needs to do that.
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You're the one that ought to do that.
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You're afraid I'm right, aren't you?
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You're clearly not thinking straight.
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You're not supposed to know that yet.
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You're the only one that I can trust.
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You're the only person that I trust.
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You're still a mechanic, aren't you?
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You're not going to do that, I hope.
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You're the one who ought to do that.
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You're talking about me, aren't you?
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You're on your own from here on out.
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You're not wearing enough eye shadow.
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You're obviously too young to drink.
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You're no longer welcome in my house.
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You're lucky you didn't get injured.
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You're not going to give up, are you?
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You're not fooling anybody, are you?
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You're not doing your best, are you?
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You're not as tall as I am, are you?
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You're a very lucky guy, aren't you?
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You're going to miss me, aren't you?
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You're having a bad day, aren't you?
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You're on the wrong bus, aren't you?
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You're taller than I am, aren't you?
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You're wearing my shoes, aren't you?
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You're being transferred, aren't you?
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You're being very unfair, aren't you?
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You're doing all you can, aren't you?
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You're in the wrong seat, aren't you?
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You're lying to me again, aren't you?
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You're shorter than I am, aren't you?
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You're smarter than I am, aren't you?
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You're taking a big risk, aren't you?
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You're the teacher's pet, aren't you?
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You're really dedicated, aren't you?
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Dogs have masters. Cats have servants.
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I know Tom can't come to Australia, but I wish he would.
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I don't think that Tom would be willing to help us do that.
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I don't think that Tom would be surprised if Mary did that.
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I don't think that these guys really want to hear Tom sing.
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I don't think I'd be able to convince Tom to do that again.
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Tom thought Mary was probably still somewhere in Boston.
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Tom thinks that Mary doesn't know John can speak French.
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Tom thinks that he's better at French than he really is.
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The last time that I went to Australia, I went with Tom.
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I'm glad that you were able to go to Australia with Tom.
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I suspect that Tom and Mary have already left Australia.
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Did you know that Tom used to teach French in Australia?
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I wish that Tom would stay in Australia until Christmas.
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I thought Tom and Mary were supposed to be in Australia.
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I thought you said Tom didn't live in Australia anymore.
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I think we shouldn't let Tom go to Australia by himself.
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I should tell Tom that I won't go to Australia with him.
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I don't think that Tom would want to go to Boston with you.
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I suspect Tom and Mary don't have to do that by themselves.
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I suspect that Tom won't tell Mary why he wants to do that.
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I suspect that Tom didn't really want to do that yesterday.
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I suspect that Tom didn't really want to do that with Mary.
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I don't think I need to tell Tom Mary wants him to do that.
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I don't think that I'd be able to get Tom to do that again.
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I don't think that I should borrow any more money from Tom.
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I suspect that Tom knows that Mary can't understand French.
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I suspect that Tom knows he doesn't really have to do that.
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I suspect Tom knows that he doesn't really have to do that.
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I suspect Tom is likely to do that while he's in Australia.
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What does Tom do in Boston?
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Is it true that you wanted to live in Boston?
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Was it raining in Boston?
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What's Australia's highest mountain?
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What's happening now in Boston?
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When are you coming to Boston again?
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How long will you stay in Australia?
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How long did Tom live in Australia?
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How long did it take you to get to Boston by plane?
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Will you go to Boston by bus?
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You're so impatient with me.
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You're sick. You have to rest.
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You're required to help them.
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The room is starting to warm up now.
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You're respected by everybody.
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You're right in a sense.
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You're very brave, aren't you?