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1. be be


It can't be!
I'd be unhappy, but I wouldn't kill myself.
You'd be surprised what you can learn in a week.
Tell her you like her. Don't be afraid. She won't bite you.
The government cannot be seen to give in to terrorists' demands.
New forms of energy must be developed before oil dries up.
Part of the charm of a big city lies in the variety of styles that can be seen in the architecture of its buildings.
We will be studying at the University of San Francisco in September.
I am as happy as can be.
I will be through with my homework before supper.
How about going for a walk? "Why not? I'd be glad to."
The law now requires women to be employed on equal terms with men.
It is essential that some kind of compromise be reached between Pyongyang and Washington.
It might not be worth much, but you have my support.
In Japan, relations between neighbors are apt to be cooler than in USA.

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