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1  I do not propose to undeceive him.
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2  But you haven't proposed to me yet.
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3  I must enter his proposal in my diary.
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4  Yes, but men often propose for practice.
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5  Ernest proposed to me exactly ten minutes ago.
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6  That is not the destiny I propose for Gwendolen.
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7  I really don't see anything romantic in proposing.
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8  I have come up to town expressly to propose to her.
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9  But there is nothing romantic about a definite proposal.
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10  I am quite aware of the fact, and I don't propose to discuss modern culture.
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11  It would distress me more than I can tell you, dear Gwendolen, if it caused you any mental or physical anguish, but I feel bound to point out that since Ernest proposed to you he clearly has changed his mind.
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