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1. somebody


Somebody touched me.
Somebody could exchange a sheep or a horse, for example, for anything in the marketplace that they considered to be of equal value.
I went down to the sports office to sign up for the last position on the basketball team, but somebody else beat me to it.
It is a strange feeling that creeps over you, when you are standing in front of somebody you dreamed about last night.
I find television very educating. Every time somebody turns on the set, I go into the other room and read a book.
I think that against somebody like that, my seemingly clever techniques would be seen through and then I would be defeated.
I expect you've chanted "kuwabara kuwabara" after a lightning flash, or have seen somebody do so.
When speaking in Japan, it may seem like you're not listening if you do not respond while somebody speaks to you.
To persuade somebody that your recommendation is reasonable and wise, you have to give reasons and quote known examples and authorities.
I had a nagging feeling that the atmosphere resembled somebody and, now that you mention it, yes, you're right. Certainly ZZ TOP had this kind of feel.
Instead of sending somebody on your behalf, you had better go and speak in person.
Somebody who wavers between hope and fear over superficial things should not be appointed to a management position.
As I glanced at the street there was somebody looking down at me in the middle of those walking past each other.
Just imagine that every time somebody made a grammar mistake, people only could answer "Syntax error." and leave the somebody with that.
Even if it was somebody else who made her happy, as long as she is happy, that's fine.

Inglés palabraalguien"(somebody) ocurre en conjuntos:

Fichas del libro - "Janice Day" (Helen Beecher Long)
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Fichas del libro - "The Phantom Lover" (Ruby M. Ay...
Fichas del libro - "Gentle Julia" (Booth Tarkington)
Fichas del libro - "The Christian A Story" (Hall C...

2. someone


Someone came.
They consider it impolite to disagree with someone they don't know very well.
It must be nice having someone who sticks around even when times get tough.
I still think it's unlikely that we'll ever find someone to replace Tom.
To get the full value of joy, you must have someone to divide it with.
You don't marry someone you can live with — you marry the person whom you cannot live without.
It is needless to say that an experienced person will do better than someone without experience.
If someone irritates you, it is best not to react immediately.
Someone told me that Albert Einstein said, "Common sense is the collection of prejudices acquired by age eighteen."
When someone speaks with such rhetorical flourish, it starts to sound like they're lying.
The chair is broken. You'd better get someone to fix it.
It's the first time in my life I've felt so connected with someone.
When someone becomes neurotic about pens and paper clips, it's a sure sign they're cracking up.
An expert is someone who knows some of the worst mistakes that can be made in his field, and how to avoid them.

Inglés palabraalguien"(someone) ocurre en conjuntos:

Fichas del libro - "In Jeopardy" (Van Tassel Sutphen)
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