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The lost child was brought back home.
He went to hospital so they could mend his wound.
He liked collecting stamps. *
James showed off his newly bought phone. *
I keep sneezing and my throat is sore.
I left school when I was seventeen.
Ben chewed the end of his pencil. *
Jim drew us a plan of his new house.
Please explain why you are late.
A screw fell out of the toolbox. *
I thought you'd be ready by now.
Surgery is a medical operation.
This meat is far too tough to eat.
The police knew he was lying.
Mum brewed a pot of tea. *
He tried to escape from the cell.
The sternum or breastbone is a long flat bony plate shaped like a capital. *
A normal pregnancy lasts for nine months.
Ben could hear a sound in the distance. *
Fred got a pet newt for his birthday. *

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