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- I usually leave my house at 7 o’clock in the morning.
- Are you leaving the office now? I’m finished too so I can leave with you.
- Jack left yesterday for a business meeting in Chicago.
- Tommy left home when he was 17 years old.
- Kate worked here for five years but she left the company about three months ago.
- Craig left college to play in a rock’n roll band.
- I left my wallet this morning. Can I borrow $10 from you for lunch? I’ll pay you back tomorrow.
- I told those kids they can’t leave their vegetables on the plate. They have to eat everything.
- Adam left his iPad in the office so I’m sure he’ll be back to pick it up.
- Hey I heard that Kim finally left that crazy boyfriend of hers.
- Don’t worry darling. I will never leave you.
- My grandfather died young and left a wife and five kids.
- Tony’s grandfather left him a nice house in the countryside.
- Today’s my last day at work, so I’m going to leave this procedure manual on my desk for the next person who takes my position.
- Please leave the door unlocked I forgot to take my keys today.
- Oh no! It’s starting to rain and I think I left the windows open in my house.
- When I leave the office, I turn off the lights, but I leave the computer on.
- I have no idea where to go for dinner so I’ll leave that to you.
- I can handle most things in the office, but if there are very big problems, I usually leave them for my boss to take care of.
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