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%NOUNS
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The fact that he smiled at me gives me hope
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*The event that he smiled at me gives me hope
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But my efforts to win his heart have failed
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*But my presents to win his heart have failed
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Failure to comply may result in dismissal
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*Absence to comply may result in dismissal
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The question is who we should invite
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*The party is who we should invite
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The big question on everybody's mind is who killed OJ
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*The big mind on everybody's question is who killed OJ
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Do it the way you've always done it
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I really like the way you do your hair
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*I really like the fashion you do your hair
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He made a request that there be an investigation
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*He stated the fact that there be an investigation
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He is the kind of person who would do that
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*He is the character of person who would do that
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An income tax increase may be necessary
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*A tax on income increase may be necessary
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Last week I saw a great movie
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*Last dog I saw a great movie
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The party that night was a big success
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*The party that dog was a big success
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John Stuart Mill is an important author
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The Richard Milhous Nixon Library has been a big success
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The mystery of the Nixon tapes was never solved
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High income taxes are important
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Oil company stock prices rose in heavy trading today
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Metals futures prices rose in heavy trading today
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U.S. economic indicators fell sharply last month
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Columbia medical and administrative workers continued their strike today
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Janet, who is an expert on dogs, helped me choose one
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*Janet who is an expert on dogs helped me choose one
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The dog that we eventually bought was very expensive
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*The dog, that we eventually bought, was very expensive
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*The dog, we eventually bought, was very expensive
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Have you ever seen the Pacific
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The new David Letterman is a happy, relaxed David Letterman
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Actress Whoopi Goldberg and singer Michael Jackson attended the ceremony
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We are from the planet Gorpon
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This is my friend Bob
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John's family is renovating their kitchen
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*A man I know's family is renovating their kitchen
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The boys' bedrooms will be enlarged
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*The boys's bedrooms will be enlarged
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My uncle's mother's cousin is visiting us
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*Emily's my cousin is visiting us
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We ate at Joe's Diner last week
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The buy-out caused a free-for-all in the mid-afternoon
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Joan Smith is president of the company
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*Joan Smith is tourist
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Alfred Baird, formerly vice president of Beevil Corp., has been appointed as president
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*Alfred Baird, man I know, has been described as good gardener
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A bunch of dogs are in the yard
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*A picture of dogs are in the yard
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%DETERMINERS & PRONOUNS
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Many people were angered by the hearings
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*Many person were angered by the hearings
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Many were angered by the hearings
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My many female friends were angered by the hearings
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*My some female friends were angered by the hearings
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Many who initially supported Thomas later changed their minds
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The stupidity of the senators annoyed all my friends
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*The stupidity of the senators annoyed many my friends
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I need to buy a present, but I want something inexpensive
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*I need to buy a present, but I want a gift inexpensive
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Anyone who thinks this will work is crazy
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Their program is better than ours
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Those that want to come can come
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I read everything I could about the subject
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I read whatever I could about the subjetc
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*I read several books I could about the subject
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the best costumes got prizes
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*a best costume got prizes
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*some best costumes got prizes
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the best five costumes got prizes
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the five best costumes got prizes
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*the five best five costumes got prizes
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*the hundreds of best costumes got prizes
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*five best costumes got prizes
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*best costumes got prizes
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*best five costumes got prizes
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five other costumes got prizes
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the other five costumes got prizes
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*other five costumes got prizes
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the other candy was really disgusting
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*the five other candy was really disgusting
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other candy is really disgusting
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*other piece of candy was really bad
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other costumes were really bad
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some other costumes were really bad
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%NUMBERS
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2 million attended 
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2863764 attended
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2 million people attended
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*2 million person attended 
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a million attended 
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a million people attended 
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about 2 million people attended
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about 2 million attended
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*about people attended
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a million such people attended
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*a million such attended
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5 million of the people attended
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5 thousand invited by Bob attended
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The 5 thousand invited by Bob attended
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The thousands of people who attended enjoyed it
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The 5 thousand people invited by Bob attended
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The nearly 5 million people who attended enjoyed it
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a few attended
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a few million people attended
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a few people attended
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few attended
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*few million people attended
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millions attended
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*5 millions attended
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millions of people attended
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hundreds of millions of people attended
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5 million years ago, the earth was covered with ice
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millions of years ago, the earth was covered with ice
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*dogs of years ago, the earth was covered with ice
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*the five million years ago, the earth was covered with ice
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*the other five million years ago, the earth was covered with ice
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*5 million ago, the earth was covered with ice
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The city of New York contains over one hundred million billion brain cells
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Almost one third of the people in the country have no health insurance
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Of all the people in this country, almost one third have no health insurance
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Three quarters of a million people in this city have no health insurance
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The price of the stock rose three tenths of one point
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*The price of the stock rose three tenths of one dog
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The nearest drug store is about three quarters of a mile away 
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The nearest drug store is about 3/4 of a mile away 
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Every morning I walk 3 1/2 miles
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*Every morning I walk 1/2 3 miles
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Nearly 1/2 million people work here every day
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Nearly 1 1/4 million people work here every day
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*Nearly 1 million 1/4 people work here every day
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Between 500 and 1000 people pass through here every minute
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They are the Number 3 auto maker and a Fortune 500 company
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I live at 805 West Indiana Street
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%TIME EXPRESSIONS
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We're thinking about going to a movie this evening
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*We're thinking about going to a movie this theater
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I've been grading these stupid exams all day
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*I've been grading these stupid days all exam
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We're having a big party Tuesday
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*We're having a big party our house
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*There is going to be an important meeting January
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There is going to be an important meeting in January
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There is going to be an important meeting next January
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The party last week was a big success
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John last week threw a great party
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Until recently, these fossils were believed to belong to different species
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*Until initially, these fossils were believed to belong to different species
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*Until for many years, these fossils were believed to belong to different species
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Until last week, these fossils were believed to belong to different species
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*Until last meeting, these fossils were believed to belong to different species
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I'm quite excited about next week
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Monday sounds good for the meeting
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Tomorrow might be a good time for the meeting
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Last Tuesday was really fun
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*Three days ago was really fun
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Almost three years after our first date, I saw Ruth again
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Almost three years after I first met her, I saw Ruth again
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*Almost three years, I saw Ruth again
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Almost three years later, I saw Ruth again
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*Almost three years for our first date, I saw Ruth again
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I saw her again a year and a half later
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*I saw her again a year and a dog later
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He left here a quarter of an hour ago
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*He left here a quarter of a dog ago
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*He left here a picture of an hour ago
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I still remember the day I kissed him
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*I still remember the room I kissed him
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I'm going to Europe the day I graduate
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Clinton is expected to return to Washington Thursday morning
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*Clinton is expected to return to Thursday Washington office
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Clinton is expected to return to Washington on Thursday morning
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Clinton is expected to return to Washington late Thursday morning
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Clinton is expected to return to Washington next Thursday morning
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She walked out of the room the minute I saw her
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*She walked out of the room two minutes I saw her
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I was crazy about him the first time I saw him
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*I was crazy about him the first party I saw him
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In January 1990, a historic new law was passed
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*In Washington 1990, a historic new law was passed
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On January 15, 1990, a historic new law was passed
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*On January 320, 1990, a historic new law was passed
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He was convicted under an obscure 1990 law 
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*He was convicted under an obscure 50 law
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I wish I could see him 100 times a day
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*I wish I could see him 3 meals a day
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*I wish I could see him 100 times a dog
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*I wish I could see him 100 times 2 days
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It's good to eat three big meals a day
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Someone is mugged in New York every five minutes
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Her career lasted almost thirty years
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*Her career lasted almost thirty books
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Every morning at 5 a.m., Ken gets up and runs for five miles
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At 4:52 p.m., on Monday, December 26, 1997, nothing happened
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%QUESTIONS AND RELATIVE CLAUSES
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Which dog did you chase
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*Which dog you chased
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Which dog did you say you chased
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*Which dog you said you chased
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*Which dog did you say did you chase
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I wonder which dog he said you chased
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*I wonder which dog did he say you chased
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*I wonder which dog did he say did you chase
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What did John say he thought you should do
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*What did John say did he think you should do
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*What John said he thought you should do
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What Alice did really annoyed me
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*Who Alice did really annoyed me
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Whoever designed this program didn't know what they were doing
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*Who designed this program didn't know what they were doing
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Invite John and whoever else you want to invite
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The dog which Chris bought is really ugly
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*The dog what Chris bought is really ugly
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I wonder whether we should go
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*Whether should we go
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We can't decide whether to go to the party
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*We can't decide who to go the party
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*We can't decide whether to go the the party with
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I am wondering who to go to the party with
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I am wondering who to invite to the party
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*I am wondering whether to invite to the party
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*I am wondering the people to invite to the party
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*Whether to go to the party
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*Who to invite to the party
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Do you think we should go to the party
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*What do you think we should go to the party
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How do you operate this machine
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How fast is the program
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How certain are you that John is coming
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*How tired are you that John is coming
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How likely is it that he will come
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*How likely is John that he will come
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How certain does he seem to be that John is coming
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How efficient a program is it
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*Efficient a program is it
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*How fast programs are they
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*How fast the program is it
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How fast a program does he think it is
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*How fast a program he thinks it is
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*How fast programs does he think they are
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*How big a dog chased you 
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I wonder how fast a program he thinks it is
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*I wonder how fast a program does he think it is
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How much money did you earn
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*How much money you earn
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I wonder how much money you earned
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*I wonder how much money have you earned
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How much oil spilled
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How much do you swim
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*How much you swim
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I wonder how much you swim
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*I wonder how much do you swim
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*I don't have how much money
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I don't have very much money
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I don't have much money
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How much did you read
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*How much of the book you read
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How much of the book did you read
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I wonder how much of the book you read
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How many people died
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How many people did you see
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*How many people you saw
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I wonder how many people you saw
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I wonder how many of the people you saw were students
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How did John do it
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I wonder how John did it
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How long will it last
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*How big will it last
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How many years did it take to do it
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How big is the department
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*How big the department is
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*I wonder how big is the department
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I wonder how big the department is
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*I wonder how big departments they are
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*I wonder how a department it is
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I wonder how big a department it is
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How important is it to turn the computer off
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I wonder how important it is to turn off the computer
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*I wonder how important is it to turn off the computer
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How quickly did Joe run
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*How quickly Joe ran
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I know how quickly you ran
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*I know how quickly did you run
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*He ran I know how quickly
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*Quickly did Joe run
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*Very quickly did Joe run
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*I know very quickly did Joe run
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*I know quickly did John run
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How much more quickly did you run
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*How much more quickly you run
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*I wonder how much more quickly did he run
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I wonder how much more quickly he ran
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How much more quickly did he run than Joe
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How much more should we work on this
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How much further do you think we should drive tonight
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I don't know how much longer I can tolerate this
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How much bigger is the dog
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*How much bigger dogs are they
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*How much bigger dogs ran
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*How big dogs run
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How much further did you run
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How much more oil spilled
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How much more spilled
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How much more oil did they spill
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How much more did they spill
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*How much more they spilled
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I wonder how much oil spilled
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I wonder how much oil they spilled
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*How much more efficient programs are available
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How many dogs ran
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How many ran
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How many dogs did you see
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How many more people did you see
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How many more people do you think will come
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I wonder how many more people he thinks will come
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*I wonder how many more people does he think will come
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How many times did you do it
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*How many times you did it
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I wonder how many times you did it
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*How many more stupid times did you do it
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How many years ago did you do it
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*Many years ago did you do it
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*How many years did you do it
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I wonder how many years ago you did it
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*How many years ago you did it
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I'll show you the house where I met your mother
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*I'll show you the house which I met your mother
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This is the man whose dog I bought
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*This is the man which dog I bought
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I wonder where John is
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*I wonder where John hit
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The dogs, some of which were very large, ran after the man
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The dogs, some of which I had seen before, ran after the man
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*The dogs some of which were very large ran after the man
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The box contained many books, some of which were badly damaged
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*Some of which were badly damaged
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*The box contained many books, some were badly damaged
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*The box contained many books, some of the books were badly damaged
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The dogs, some of them very large, ran after the man
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*The dogs, some of the dogs very large, ran after the man
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*Some of them very large ran after the man
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The man was chased by dogs, some of them very large
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I believe it was John who stole the priceless documents
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*I believe Fred was John who stole the priceless documents
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It seems to have been Einstein who first came up with the idea
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*There seems to have been Einstein who first came up with the idea
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*It hopes to have been Einstein who first came up with the idea
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*The book discussed Einstein who first came up with the idea
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*Stravinsky was in Paris that Debussy first heard Balinese music
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It was in Paris that Debussy first heard Balinese music
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It must have been there that he realized his destiny
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*It tried to have been there that he realized his destiny
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*He composed some good music that he realized his destiny
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*It was quickly that he wrote his first symphony
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Wasn't it in 1955 that Sally first met Joe
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Whatever the outcome, I'm sure he'll still be popular
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*Whatever an outcome, I'm sure he'll still be popular
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Whatever the outcome is, I'm sure he'll still be popular
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*What the outcome is, I'm sure he'll still be popular
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The man we saw when we went to Paris is here
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*The man we saw but we went to Paris is here
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You should see a play while in London
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*You should see a play after in London
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I left the party after seeing Ann there
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*I left the party because seeing Ann there
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*I left the party despite I saw Ann there
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Because I didn't see Ann, I left
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*Therefore I didn't see Ann, I left
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I left, therefore I didn't see Ann
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But I really wanted to see her
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*After I really wanted to see her
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As I suspected, he had already left
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*Because I suspected, he had already left
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*I suspected, he had already left
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*I suspected
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Some grammars are better than others, as we have proved
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As had been expected, the party was a big success
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*As had been green, the party was a big success
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*As had wanted to be expected, the party was a big success
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*As had expected the party to be a success, it was a success
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In the event that the case goes to trial, I'm sure Clinton will be acquitted
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*In the scandal that the case goes to trial, I'm sure Clinton will be acquitted
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He should be acquitted, on the grounds that there's no evidence
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The public seem to love him, no matter what he does
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Abrams does like programming
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*Abrams does be a good programmer
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He is being hired by another company
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He is looking for another job
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Fred has had five years of experience as a programmer
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*Fred has had been a programmer for five years
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I gave my mother the present I bought for her
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I gave her the present I bought for her
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*I gave my mother it
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We picked out some beautiful flowers for her
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We picked some beautiful flowers out for her
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We picked them out for her
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*We picked out them for her
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Did you put the milk in the refrigerator
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*Did you put the milk
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Where did you put the milk
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I hope he comes to the party tomorrow
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I hope that he comes to the party tomorrow
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*I hope him to come to the party tomorrow
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I expect him to come to the party tomorrow
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I expect to go to the party tomorrow
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*I expect
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*I expected who would come to the party
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I knew who would come to the party
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*I expected he go to the party
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I suggested he go to the party
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*He knew me how to use the program
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He asked me how to use the program
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*He disputed our program was superior
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He disputed that our program was superior
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Anne told me I would almost certainly be hired
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*Anne expected me I would almost certainly be hired
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*We argued adding new features to the program
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We discussed adding new features to the program
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*I thought terrible after our discussion
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I felt terrible after our discussion
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I made him make some changes in the program
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*I encouraged him make some changes in the program
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I helped him make some changes in the program
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I helped make some changes in the program
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*I saw make some changes in the program
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*I made him telling her about the party
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I saw him telling her about the party
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Phil gave me a sweater which he bought in Paris
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*Phil chose me a sweater which he bought in Paris
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Alan bet me five dollars Clinton would lose the election
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*Alan offered me five dollars Clinton would lose the election
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She said she didn't approve of my behavior
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*She said she didn't like of my behavior
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The results are in, the game is up and the truth is out
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*The in results show the out truth about the up game
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*The results became in and the truth seemed out
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He sold for five dollars the ring his mother had given him
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Clinton announced on Tuesday a bold new proposal
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*Clinton announced on Tuesday it
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I gave my brother an expensive present
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I gave him an expensive present
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I gave an expensive present
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I gave it
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I gave him for his birthday a very expensive present 
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*I gave him for his birthday it
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I gave for his birthday an expensive present 
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*I gave for his birthday it
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The President announced on Monday that several more bases would be closed
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He had attempted for years to make a career as a concert pianist
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*He had attempted for years
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I asked him when I saw him at the party yesterday what he was working on
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*I talked to him when I saw him at the party yesterday what he was working on
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I wondered for a long time why everyone liked her so much
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*I thought for a long time why everyone liked her so much
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I told Margaret that I thought she would probably be hired
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*I told on Tuesday Margaret that I thought she would probably be hired
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I told Margaret on Tuesday that I thought she would probably be hired
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We discussed at the meeting hiring a new secretary
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*We discussed at the meeting
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We informed the new employees that no salary increase would be possible
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We informed at the meeting the new employees
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*We informed at the meeting the new employees that no salary increase would be possible
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They were asked that he be allowed to go
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If his calculations were correct, Copernicus reasoned, the earth must revolve around the sun
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The earth, Copernicus reasoned, must revolve around the sun
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The earth must revolve around the sun, Copernicus reasoned
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*The earth must revolve around the sun, Copernicus was happy
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*The earth must revolve around the sun, Copernicus destroyed
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*The earth, the pope cringed when Copernicus reasoned, revolves around the sun
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Abortion was legal until the third month, the court ruled
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If the pregnancy was within the first three months, the court ruled, abortion was legal
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Nobody, it seems, wants to be a liberal
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*Nobody, John seems, wants to be a liberal
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Business is booming, Joe Smith, a car dealer, says
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Business is booming, says Joe Smith, a car dealer
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You can do anything you want, I told her
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In the last few years, it seems, nobody wants to be a liberal
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Also invited to the meeting were several prominent scientists
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*Also invited to the meeting invited several prominent scientists
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Also awarded the prize was Jean Smith, a prominent computer scientist
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Chosen to lead the commission was Fred Schultz, a former Federal judge
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*Chosen to lead the commission seemed likely to be Fred Schultz, a former Federal judge
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*Chooses to lead the investigation Fred Schultz
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*Choose to lead the investigation did Fred Schultz
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Also recommended in the report was a new initiative to combat crime
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*Also chosen the leader for the commission was Fred Schultz
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Included in our paper is a summary of the features of our program
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Also performing in the concert were members of the Budapest Quartet
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*Were performing in the concert members of the Budapest Quartet
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Voting in favor of the bill were 36 Republicans and 4 moderate Democrats
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Glaring coldly at Sarah, he walked out of the room
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He walked out of the room, glaring coldly at Sarah
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*Glaring coldly at Sarah, walking out of the room
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Finding that it was impossible to get work as a waiter, he worked as a janitor
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He had hoped to get work as a waiter, but, finding this was impossible, he worked as a janitor
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*He said that, finding that it was impossible to get work as a waiter, he would work as a janitor
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Used by some of the finest pianists in the country, Baldwin pianos are technical marvels
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Using specially designed parts, Baldwin pianos are technical marvels
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*Used specially designed parts, Baldwin pianos are technical marvels
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Sending a message of discontent to Washington, voters overwhelmingly rejected the Clinton administration
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She's a really good player
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John's coming to the party tonight
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He's usually gone to Boston for Thanksgiving
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*Do you know where John's
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Who's afraid of the big bad wolf
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That's just the kind of person he is
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*That's just the kind of person he's
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There's no reason to get so upset about it
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I didn't think he would do it, but he did
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*I didn't think he would invite her, but he invited
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If you don't want to do it, you should find someone who will
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If you don't want to do it, you should find someone who does
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Find someone who does
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*Find someone who wants to do
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I don't like programming, and someone who does may be difficult to find
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The price of the stock more than doubled in two days
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*The price of the stock more than increased in two days
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I finally figured out why this program is so slow
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*I finally flipped out why this program is so slow
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It turns out that Clinton didn't actually kiss Monica
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If you go around doing that, you're going to end up making people mad
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The lawyer pointed out that Clinton didn't actually kiss Monica
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A party is taking place, so if you'd like to show up, you should do so
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*I have doubts during inviting him
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I prevented her from doing it by praising her for not doing it
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From your description, I don't think I would enjoy it
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We had an argument over whether it was a good movie
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*We had an argument at whether it was a good movie
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Because of the rain, we decided to stay home
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They're having a party in front of the building
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The man with whom I play tennis is here
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The man I play tennis with is here
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*The man whom I play tennis is here
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*The man with whom I play tennis with is here
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The data on file will be used for the project at hand, which is already under way
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*The data on project will be used for the file at program
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The project was finished on schedule, as usual
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*The project as usual and the report on schedule were finished 
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I told him by telephone that I was coming by car
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From in back of the shed, I heard a scream that seemed to come from on top of the garage
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The university spends $5 per student
580
*The university spends $5 per the student
581
They're building a gigantic mall five miles from here
582
*They're building a gigantic mall five mistakes from here
583
The 7-11 is half a mile up the road, but the supermarket is a long way away
584
I'm sure things will get done with Janet running the company 
585
*I'm sure things will get done by Janet running the company 
586
*I'm sure things will get done because Janet running the company 
587
With Janet in charge, I'm sure things will get done
588

    
589
%ADJECTIVES
590

    
591
You are lucky that there is no exam today
592
*You are stupid that there is no exam today
593
You are lucky I am here
594
*You are right I am here
595
This is something we should be happy about
596
*This is something we should be happy 
597
*The happy about it man kissed his wife
598
Is he sure how to find the house
599
*Is he correct how to find the house
600
You should be proud of your achievement
601
*You should be happy of your achievement
602
He is the smartest man I know
603
*They are some smartest men I know
604
I've seen a lot of programs, but ours is the fastest
605
Ours is the fastest of the programs we have seen
606
I've seen a lot of programs, but ours runs the most quickly
607
*This is our the fastest program
608
Voters angry about the economy will probably vote for Clinton
609
*Voters angry will probably vote for Clinton
610
Many Democrats unhappy about the economy but doubtful that Clinton can be elected  probably won't vote at all
611
*Many Democrats unhappy but doubtful probably won't vote at all
612
*Many Democrats likely that Bush will be reelected probably won't vote
613
Hundreds of young men, furious about the verdict in the Rodney King case, looted stores in Los Angeles today
614
*Hundreds of young men, furious, looted stores in Los Angeles today
615
We need a programmer knowledgeable about Lisp
616
*We need a programmer knowledgeable
617
Any program as good as ours should be useful
618
*Any program good should be useful
619
Let us know if you have a program capable of parsing this sentence
620
*Let us know if you have a program capable
621
It is believed that even the troops loyal to Hussein will soon be forced to surrender
622
*It is believed that even the troops loyal will soon be forced to surrender
623
Republican policies only benefit the rich and powerful
624
Republican policies only benefit the rich and the powerful
625
*Republican policies only benefit a rich and a powerful
626
*Republican policies only benefit some rich and some powerful
627
The meek will inherit the earth, and the best is the enemy of the good
628
They're building a skyscraper over 1000 feet tall
629
*They're building a skyscraper tall
630
The river is half a mile wide here and 300 feet deep
631
*The river is half a mile beautiful and 300 feet dangerous
632
Mr. John Smith, 66 years old, will succeed him as president
633
*Mr. John Smith, old, will succeed him as president
634
A big black ugly dog chased me
635
A big, black, ugly dog chased me
636
The former astronaut was alone and afraid
637
*The alone astronaut was former
638

    
639
%ADVERBS
640

    
641
He is apparently an expert on dogs
642
*He knows apparently an expert on dogs
643
Mary quickly walked out of the room
644
Mary just walked out of the room
645
Quickly, Mary walked out of the room
646
Mary walked out of the room quickly
647
*Mary walked out of the room just
648
He told them about the accident immediately
649
*He told them about the accident presumably
650
He told them about the accident, presumably
651
She is very careful about her work
652
She works very carefully
653
*She very works carefully
654
Is the piece easy enough for you
655
Is the piece too easy for you
656
*Is the piece enough easy for you
657
She is apparently an excellent pianist
658
*She married apparently an excellent pianist
659
Only after the movie did he realize his mistake
660
*After the movie did he realize his mistake
661
I may have taken cocaine a few times, but at no time did I inhale
662
*A few times may I have taken cocaine, but I inhaled at no time
663
Never have I seen such a grotesque display of incompetence
664
*Often have I seen such a grotesque display of incompetence
665
We like to eat at restaurants, particularly on weekends
666
We like to eat at restaurants, usually on weekends
667
*We like to eat at restaurants, fortunately on weekends
668
Such flowers are found mainly in Europe
669
*Such flowers are found apparently in Europe
670
*Such flowers are found mainly particularly in Europe
671
*Such flowers are found mainly
672
Many people, particularly doctors, believe there is no health care crisis
673
*Many people, strongly doctors, believe there is no health care crisis
674
I found a house that even John thinks we should buy
675
He told me that even his mother likes me
676
*He told me that even, his mother likes me
677
We put the pie straight in the oven
678
*We put the pie quickly in the oven
679
We put the pie straight in
680
*We put the pie straight
681
He lives high in the mountains
682
He lives over by the lake
683
*He lives over by
684
The apparently angry man walked out of the room
685
The often underpaid administrators resent the invariably rude students and the understandably impatient professors
686
The delicately lyrical tone of the cello contrasted with the fiercely percussive piano chords
687
The always delicately lyrical tone was really beautiful
688
*The delicately always lyrical tone was really beautiful
689
*The delicately very lyrical tone was really beautiful
690
Biochemically, I think the experiment has a lot of problems
691
I think the experiment has a lot of problems biochemically
692
It is biochemically an interesting experiment
693
I'm not sure the results are biochemically valid
694

    
695
%IT-THERE-THIS
696

    
697
There is a dog in the park
698
*There is chasing dogs
699
*There are a dog in the park
700
Does there seem to be a dog in the park?
701
*Does there want to be a dog in the park?
702
There seems to appear to have been likely to be a problem
703
*There seems to appear to have been likely to be problems
704
*There seems to appear to have been likely to be stupid
705
There was an attempt to kill Rod
706
The man there was an attempt to kill died
707
There was a problem, but we solved it
708
It is likely that Rod died
709
*Joe is likely that Rod died
710
It is clear who killed Rod
711
*Joe is clear who killed Rod
712
It may not be possible to fix the problem
713
Grace may not be possible to fix the problem
714
It is important that women be ready when they make these choices
715
*It is clear that women be ready when they make these choices
716
*Joe is important that women be ready when they make these choices
717
flowers are red to attract bees
718
I made it clear that I was angry
719
*I made Anne clear that I was angry
720
Dick is easy to hit
721
*Dick is big to hit
722
It is important to fix the problem
723
Dick is important to fix the problem
724
The man it is likely that John hit died
725
*The man Joe is likely that Dick hit died
726
Does it seem likely that Ann will come
727
Does Ann act glad that Joe came
728
*Does it act likely that Joe came
729
It doesn't matter what Ted does
730
*Joe doesn't matter what Ted does
731
I want it to be possible to use the program
732
I want Joe to be possible to use the program
733
I want it to be clear that it was my idea
734
*I asked it to be clear that it was my idea
735
I want it to be obvious how to use the program
736
*I want Emily to be obvious how to use the program
737
I want Joe to be easy to hit
738
It is likely they will come
739
*Joe is likely they will come
740
This is because he is extremely famous
741
The trial is because he is extremely famous
742
The excitement over the trial is because he is extremely famous
743
This seems to have been because he is extremely famous
744

    
745
%COMPARATIVES
746

    
747
Our program works more elegantly than yours
748
Ours works more elegantly than yours does
749
Ours works more elegantly than yours works
750
*Ours works more elegant than yours
751
*Ours is more elegant than yours works
752
Our program works more elegantly than efficiently
753
Our program is more elegant than efficient
754
Our program works better than yours
755
We do this more for pleasure than for money
756
He is more likely to go than to stay
757
*He is more likely than to stay
758
*He is more black to go than to stay
759
He is more likely to go than he is to stay
760
He is more likely to go than John is
761
It is more likely that Joe died than that Fred died
762
It is more likely that Joe died than it is that Fred died
763
*John is more likely that Joe died than it is that Fred died
764
*It is more likely that Joe died than John is that Fred died
765
It is easier to ignore the problem than to solve it
766
It is easier to ignore the problem than it is to solve it
767
*Greg is easier to ignore the problem than to solve it
768
Our program is easier to use than to understand
769
*Our program is easier to use it than to understand
770
I am more happy now than I was in college
771
*I am more happy now than I earned in college
772
He is more a teacher than a scholar
773
I make more money in a month than John makes in a year
774
I make more money in a month than John dies in a year
775
I hit more the dog than the cat
776
I have more money than John has time
777
I have more dogs than John has five cats
778
I have more money than John has a dog
779
She interviewed more programmers than were hired
780
*She interviewed more programmers than was hired
781
I am as intelligent as John
782
I earn as much money as John does
783
I am as intelligent as John does
784
I earn as much money in a month as John earns in a year
785
*I earn as much money in a month than John earns in a year
786
Our program was better than had been expected
787
*Our program was better than had been argued
788
*Our program was better than had been responded
789
Our program was better than was expected
790
*Our program was better than were expected
791
More people came to the party than were expected
792
More people came to the party than was expected
793
Our program did not run as quickly as expected
794
*Our program did not run as quickly as said
795
How much faster is our program than theirs
796
*How much faster our program is than theirs
797
The more quickly we write the program, the more money we will earn
798
*The more people like the program
799
*The people like the program, the more money we will earn
800
The better the program is, the more people will like it
801
The better the program, the more people will like it
802
*The better a program, the more people will like it
803
The less likely it is that we can parse this, the easier it is to understand 
804

    
805
% "SO THAT", "SUCH...THAT"
806

    
807
The shuttle is so big that it has to be carried on the back of a jet 
808
*The shuttle is big that it has to be carried on the back of a jet 
809
So many people attended that they spilled over into several neighboring fields
810
*Many people attended that they spilled over into several neighboring fields
811
The program has so many problems that you should probably just rewrite it
812
*The program has many problems that you should probably just rewrite it
813
I love her so much that I can't let her go
814
*I love her very much that I can't let her go
815
He ran home so quickly that his mother could hardly believe he had called from school
816
*He ran home quickly that his mother could hardly believe he had called from school
817
She presented her case with such eloquence that we could only admire her
818
*She presented her case with eloquence that we could only admire her
819

    
820
%"AND", ETC.
821

    
822
I went to the store and got a gallon of milk
823
*I got and went a gallon of milk
824
I got a gallon of milk and some eggs
825
I went to the store, got a gallon of milk, and returned the eggs
826
*I went to the store, got a gallon of milk, and some eggs
827
Mary, Joe and Louise are coming to the party
828
Neither Mary nor Louise are coming to the party
829
I am ready and eager to go to the party
830
She handled it skillfully and with compassion
831
I told him that I hated him and that I never wanted to see him again
832
He told me why he was here and what he was doing
833
*He told me why he was here and that he hated me
834
Although he likes me and he respects me, he says he needs some privacy
835
Your house and garden are very attractive
836
I am in New York and I would like to see you
837
This is not the man we know and love
838
*This is not the man we know and love him
839
The coverage on TV and on the radio has been terrible
840
*The coverage on TV and I have seen has been terrible
841
The sky is blue, so it is likely that Joe will come
842
*It is blue and likely that Joe will come
843
That is the man for whom and with whom Joe works
844
*That is the man for whom and with Janet Joe works
845
*When did Joe and John did leave the party
846
My dog, cat, and cousin's friend came
847
*My dog, cat, horse, mouse, and his cow left
848
My dog, cat, horse, and mouse, and his cow left
849
you should not only ask for your money back, but demand it
850
I was both angry and sad at the same time
851

    
852
%PLURALIZATION IN CONJUNCTIONS
853

    
854
There is neither a dog nor a cat here
855
*There are neither a dog nor a cat here
856
There is a dog or a cat here
857
*There are a dog or a cat here
858
*There are a dog and a cat here
859
There is a dog and a cat here
860
He and I are friends
861
neither I nor my friend knows what happened
862
neither I nor my friend know what happened
863
Either I or my friend knows what happened
864
Either I or my friend know what happened
865
The dog and cats know what happened
866
*The dog and cats knows what happened
867
Are a dog and a cat here
868
*Is a dog and a cat here
869
*Is John and I invited
870
Are John and I invited
871
Is John or I invited
872
Are John or I invited
873
Is neither John nor I invited
874
Are neither John nor I invited
875

    
876
%GERUNDS
877

    
878
Playing the piano bothers John
879
Releasing the program at this point would annoy our competitors
880
The playing of the piano really bothers John
881
*The playing the piano really bothers John
882
Telling Joe about the party would create a real problem
883
*The telling Joe about the party could create a real problem
884
Your telling Joe about the party could create a real problem
885
Telling Joe that Sue was coming to the party would create a real problem
886
Telling would create a real problem
887
I want her to know about it, but the telling won't be easy
888
*The telling her won't be easy
889
*Some children like to tease
890
Teasing can be very cruel
891
Your telling John to leave may have destroyed your relationship
892
The graduating of Fred changes the situation
893
The sleeping of students is becoming a big problem
894
The sleeping of students can ruin a lecture
895
Buying of shares was brisk on Wall Street today
896
The sleeping in class is becoming a big problem
897
*The telling John to leave was stupid
898
*The inviting your mother was stupid
899
*The showing how to use the program seemed to interest people
900
*The attempting to go to the party angered Joe
901
The showing of the program seemed to impress people
902
The sleeping of students described by Fred is a big problem
903
The sleeping of students I told you about is a big problem
904
The frequent sleeping of students is a big problem
905
His hitting of the dog didn't help matters
906
Some hitting of dogs will solve the problem
907
the drug running here has become a massive problem
908
He made a mistake in inviting John
909
He made a mistake in the inviting of John
910
I should have talked to you before inviting John
911
I should have talked to you before the inviting of John
912

    
913
%SPECIAL SUBJECTS: INFINITIVES, CLAUSES, AND INDIRECT QUESTIONS
914

    
915
To pretend that our program is usable in its current form would be silly
916
*To pretend that our program is usable in its current form would be happy
917
That our program will be immediately accepted is hardly likely
918
*That our program will be immediately accepted wrote the program
919
*Is that our program will be accepted likely
920
*That our program will be accepted seems likely that our program will be accepted
921
Whether we should go to the party is the important question
922
*Whether we should go to the party annoys me
923

    
924
%LONGER CONSTRUCTIONS, PUNCTUATION, AND CAPITALIZATION
925

    
926
Using the conventional Minuet form, Beethoven produced a piece of great originality
927
Written in 1820, the symphony shows a new level of maturity for the composer
928
Abandoned by his friends, he left Vienna three years later
929
In Vienna, Beethoven met someone who would later be greatly influenced by him: Franz Schubert
930
*In Vienna, Beethoven met someone who would later be greatly influenced by him; Franz Schubert
931
Today I did something very important: I bought a dog
932
*The store where I did something very important: I bought a dog was closed today
933
It has been said that Schubert ran out of the room when he met Beethoven; but we now know this is untrue
934
An important question remains: did Beethoven know about Schubert's music
935
She just wanted one thing: to be a professional skater
936
She knew one thing: that she would be a professional skater
937
I agree that, in some ways, your program is better
938
I agree that in some ways, your program is better
939
*I agree that, in some ways your program is better
940
That is the man who, in Joe's opinion, we should hire
941
*That is the man, in Joe's opinion, we should hire
942
*That is the man who, in Joe's opinion we should hire
943
I know you hate Bill, but why did you send him that nasty note
944
*I know you hate Bill, because why did you send him that nasty note
945
But why did you send him that nasty note
946
If John was with Lisa last night, who went to the movie with Diane
947
*Although John was with Lisa last night, who went to the movie with Diane
948
We need a President who understands us
949
We need a president who understands us
950
*We need a Melvin who understand us
951
The Zongle of Bongle Dongle resigned today
952
*A Zongle with a Bongle Dongle resigned today
953
The National Association of Linguists is meeting here
954
*An Association that many Linguists belong to is meeting here
955
An association that many linguists belong to is meeting here
956
If you were a middle-class American without a job, who would you vote for
957
Many Croats who had fled their homes are now returning to them
958
*Many Croat who had fled their homes are now returning to them
959
Chinese is a wonderful language, Chinese food is nice, and the Chinese are nice people
960
*Armenian is a wonderful language, Armenian food is great, and the Armenian are nice people
961
Armenian is a wonderful language, Armenian food is great, and the Armenians are nice people
962
Danish is a wonderful language, Danish food is great, and the Danish are nice people
963
The Danes are nice people
964
Dr Jane Smith lives on Main St
965
Dr. Jane Smith lives on Main St.
966
*Dr. Jane. Smith. lives on Main. St.
967
Dr. J.G.D. Smith lives on Main St.
968
*A Dr. lives on this St
969
Mr. Smith (a lawyer for Kodak) refused to comment
970
Mr. Smith -- a lawyer for Kodak -- refused to comment
971
We left (carrying the dog) and Fred followed
972
I have $50, but I want a $50000 car
973
10% of the employees here do 90% of the work
974
Zangbert stock fell 30% to $2.50 yesterday, but jumped 10% today in heavy trading
975
*Zangbert stock fell %, but jumped to $ today
976
With a 5% raise, I can get a $50000 car
977
"What are you doing?" she asked.
978
"This is what I'm going to do," he replied.
979
"This is what I'm going to do!" he replied.
980
*"This is what I'm going to do." he replied.
981
*"This is what I'm doing to do" he replied.
982
"On second thought," he said, "this is what I'm going to do".
983
"Quotation marks" are simply "ignored" by our "program"
984
Sometimes, people do this: They follow the colon with a capital letter.
985
*However, they never do this; They don't follow a semi-colon with a capital letter.
986
John said: "This is another use of colons one sometimes sees".
987
Formerly, he had worked for Brody, McGill & Demson
988
*He was unhappy & underpaid 
989
The rally, at 6:00 last night, was attended by 1.1 million people