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JLPT N1 Author: dc
started but not finished
the half-drunk thing in the fridge
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Just as I was about to eat the cake, the phone rang.
Author: dc

please throw away the half-drunk things in the fridge.
Author: dc

This in the middle of being eaten bento box is who's?
Author: dc

I've totally forgotten (them). Even though it's certain that I've read (no, well, started to read,) them.
Author: Amatuka

I caught him by the arm before he could fall.
Author: Miki

The man who nearly drowned began to breath.
Author: Miki

Half-forgotten music danced through his mind.
Author: Miki

He started to say something, but I beat him to it.
Author: Miki

He was about to fall asleep, when he heard his name called.
Author: Miki

He got tired of the work, and left it half-done.
Author: Miki

the essay has to be finished by today, but I am still in the middle of writing it.
Author: dc

Iam in the process of reading it.
Author: Amatuka, dc

The child was nearly run over by a car.
Author: Miki

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