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I am sorry I can't accommodate you in my hotel. *
Development of new business is vital to an economy.
Mark off the dates on a calendar.
That cat is definitely sick.
Don't embarrass me in front of my friends. *
February is the second month of the year. *
It is important to use correct grammar within our work. *
He has a humorous sense of fun and likes a good laugh. *
The intelligence team decoded the cipher easily.
jewellery British English spelling
The king wore a lot of jewellery.
In my leisure time I enjoy swimming.

neighbour British English spelling
Their new neighbour was very kind.

She's standing for election to Parliament.

I recommend this course to home schoolers.
Can you separate those fighting dogs?
I'll call you again tomorrow.
I heard a very weird noise in the night.

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