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but, although (contrast, surprising)
It's summer but it's cold.
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I bought this computer one year ago and it's already a dinosaur. [F]
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This information is not as up-to-date as it should be.
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These new shoes already want mending.
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You must be a good walker to have walked all the way.
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Jim awoke and found himself alone in the room.
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Bill just wanted to comfort Monica, but she interpreted it as romantic interest.
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I had hardly sat down on the bench when I found it had just been painted.
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I only missed one day of work because of a cold and my desk is piled high with papers.
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His brother is all thumbs, but he is a skillful surgeon.
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That's too bad. We're going to have cake after lunch. [F]
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He's supposed to be living in Nagano. What's he doing at Tokyo station?
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He says that if he were there he would be happy.
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Though 38, he is still dependent on his parents.
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He knows it, and he doesn't care a bit.
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He ought to have arrived here.
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With all his wealth, he is not happy.
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He is young, and yet he is prudent.
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I don't want to see him, let alone go out with him.
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I'm astonished by her cleverness.
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In spite of the depression, the prices of commodities are still high.
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I was amazed at the boy's intelligence. [M]
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