1 I'm afraid I've no time, this afternoon.
2 Well, you have been eating them all the time.
3 Well, this is the last time I shall ever do it.
4 I am afraid I can't stay more than a week this time.
5 Yes; and that the happy English home has proved in half the time.
6 I am sorry to say they have not been on good terms for a long time.
7 Mr. Worthing went over in the direction of the Rectory some time ago.
8 A man who marries without knowing Bunbury has a very tedious time of it.
9 It seems to me, Miss Fairfax, that I am trespassing on your valuable time.
10 It is always painful to part from people whom one has known for a very brief space of time.
11 Bring me that cigarette case Mr. Worthing left in the smoking-room the last time he dined here.
12 How nice of you to like me so much after we have known each other such a comparatively short time.
13 I expected a more enthusiastic welcome, especially considering it is the first time I have come here.
14 I hope you have not been leading a double life, pretending to be wicked and being really good all the time.
15 Well, I must say, Algernon, that I think it is high time that Mr. Bunbury made up his mind whether he was going to live or to die.
16 The last time I delivered it was in the Cathedral, as a charity sermon on behalf of the Society for the Prevention of Discontent among the Upper Orders.
17 The late Mr. Thomas Cardew, an old gentleman of a very charitable and kindly disposition, found me, and gave me the name of Worthing, because he happened to have a first-class ticket for Worthing in his pocket at the time.
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