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Are you going away next week? No, *** week after next. I’m going away for *** week in September. George has a part-time job. He works three mornings *** week.
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This house is very nice. Has it got a garden? It’s a beautiful day. Let’s sit in the garden. I like living in this house but it’s a pity that the garden is so small.
Can you recommend a good restaurant? We had dinner in a very nice restaurant. We had dinner in the most expensive restaurant in town.
She has a French name but in fact she’s English, not French. What’s the name of that man we met yesterday? We stayed at a very nice hotel — I can’t remember the name now.
There isn’t an airport near where I live the nearest airport is 70 miles away. Our plane was delayed. We had to wait at the airport for three hours. Excuse me, please. Can you tell me how to get to the airport?
Are you going away next week? No, the week after next. I’m going away for a week in September. George has a part-time job. He works three mornings a week.