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I'm tired so I'm going to bed.
Use tacks to fix the picture frame.

Put your clothes away in the cabinet.


An unsaturated compound has at least one double bond. *
Use vinegar and oil to make the dressing.
The waiter brushed the crumb off the table.
This foam mattress is too soft for me.

This foam mattress is too soft for me.
Another name for scent is perfume.
His picture was on the front page.
I like to sleep with a big pillow. *
I have a new pillowcase and duvet cover for my bed. *
The junior band were all improving in their understanding of sheet music notation. *
The nicest flower to appear in spring is the crocus.

He's admiring himself in the mirror.

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