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Here are the example sentences:
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- Jack’s parent’s are rich, so he lives free. They pay his rent!
- Jimmy can eat free at the pizza shop he works in.
- At the bar on Madison Ave, Ladies drink free on Thursday nights.
- We had a good meeting because everyone gave their opinions freely.
- I’ll close the door so we can speak freely.
- After Bob recovered from his illness, his doctor let him eat and drink freely.
- This beach barrier was built high in order to withstand a tidal surge.
- The flag is flying high in the wind.
- At the organic market, food is priced high compared to other markets.
- Gasoline is highly flammable, so you need to handle it carefully.
- Influenza is highly contagious.
- The reviews were highly critical about Johnny Depp’s new movie.
Yesterday’s listening challenge answer:
- Michael forgot his cash when he went to the restaurant for lunch.
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