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The land was flat.
I invited him back to my flat for a coffee.
I got a flat tyre soon after setting off.

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I had a sore throat, it hurt to swallow.
She seized her attacker by the throat.
My doctor diagnosed a throat infection.

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Apple store.
The store will reopen.
How do I get to the shoe store?

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A band of gray hair.
Put a rubber band round these books.
The band was playing old Beatles songs.

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Plant a tree.
You can plant a dream.
Plant smile, grow laughter.

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My bike got wet in the rain.
The road was wet and slippery.
The grass is wet with dew.

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He wants to spend more time with family.
I intend to spend the night there.
She would rather spend than save.

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Baseball cap.
If the cap fits, wear it.
Put the cap back on the bottle.

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Press the red bottom.
News press.
Press release.

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If a job is worth doing it is worth doing well.
You can control your job.
He's trying to get a job.

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Fish oil.
Oil price.
Cooking oil.

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Hit hard.
The car hit a tree
If you don't aim high you will never hit high.

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The bird flew up onto the tree.
A swarm of bees flew into the garden.
We flew to Athens via Paris.

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Feather ink pen.
Can I borrow your pen for a minute?
The pen is the tougue of the mind.

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The back yard.
There is a small pond in his yard.
Give him an inch and he'll take a yard.

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A famous movie star.
Sirius is the brightest star in the sky.
She will become a pop star.

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He filled the bottle with wine.
Shake the bottle well before use.
The salesperson gave him a bottle of ink.

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I only did it for fun.
It's fun being with you
We had lots of fun at the fair.

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There's some sticky stuff in your hair.
I've got some sticky stuff on my shoe.
She's really hot stuff at baseball.

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Christmas presents.
The girl has taped up the presents.
The kids hurried to open their presents.

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November is a good time to hunt deer.
She had never taken part in a fox hunt.
Some animals hunt at night.

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The best teacher.
The teacher told the children to stop chattering.
We all like having you as our teacher.

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The princess wanted to marry a blacksmith.
She was like a princess in a fairy tale.
I am really going to meet the princess.

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Feed a pig.
The baby can't feed itself yet.
Feed hay to the cows.

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He escaped death by an inch.
Give him an inch and he’ll take a yard.
The curtains were an inch too short.

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A trip to New Zealand.
We went on a day trip to the seaside.
She started on her trip yesterday.

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He reports for a local newspaper.
Which newspaper do you read regularly?
The newspaper caught my attention.

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Reception desk.
He's not at his desk right now.
There are two pens on the desk.

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Yellow mud.
I'm stuck in the mud!
My new shoes got ruined in the mud.

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The old Dutch fort.
The forces managed to hold the fort.
He made a decision to leave the fort.

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Clock ticking.
The clock has just struck twelve.
One cannot put back the clock.

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Slip out the room unseen.
This shoe is apt to slip.
Let me slip into something more comfortable.

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Keep your chin up.
His chin rose in a proud gesture.
I nicked my chin while shaving.

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A walk along the beach.
He lay on the beach.
The house is clearly visible from the beach.

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I shall have a hot bath and go to bed.
I usually bath the kids in the evening.
Don't throw out the baby with the bath water.

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Should I mail this letter to you?
Air mail is quicker than sea mail.
One mail drives out another.

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The paint is wet.
A good face needs no paint.
Apply the paint with a fine brush.

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