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***I’m staying in Italy.
***stay a little longer.
***The boy stayed quiet.
***Who do you stay with?
***You are to stay here.
***You have to stay fit.
***You should stay back.
***Did he stay very long?
***Do you ever stay home?
***Don’t stay underwater.
***She stayed at a hotel.
***stay absolutely still.
***You will stay at home.
***He stayed at the hotel.
***He stayed up all night.
***I decided to stay here.
***I told the dog to stay.
***I want to stay outside.
***I’m staying home today.
***Jim stayed at my house.
***Mike always stays cool.
***stay here for a moment.
***We prefer to stay here.
***Won’t you stay for tea?
***You really should stay.
***You stay away from her.
***Are you staying in town?
***Ask him to stay a while.
***Can I stay here tonight?
***Can Tom stay for supper?
***Could you stay a minute?
***He’s staying at a hotel.
***How long will they stay?
***I told Tom to stay here.
***I told you to stay away.
***I want to stay with you.
***I want you to stay here.
***I’ll stay at home today.
***I’m unable to stay calm.
***Is it OK if I stay here?
***Is it safe to stay here?
***Just stay out of my way.
***Just stay where you are.
***Let me stay for a night.
***Please stay out of this.
***Please try to stay calm.
***stay a while and listen.
***Tom tried to stay awake, but he soon fell asleep.
***Akira will stay in New York while his money lasts.
***Because it was very cold yesterday, I stayed home.
***Can you recommend to me a place to stay in London?
***I changed my mind about going out and stayed home.
***I had to stay after class and talk to the teacher.
***I know it’s time to go, but I want to stay longer.
***I never stay anywhere long enough to make friends.
***I stayed at home all day instead of going to work.
***I suggested that we should stay there another day.
***I visited Hollywood while I stayed in Los Angeles.
***I want to extend my stay here for a few more days.
***I would rather stay at home than go to the movies.
***I’d hoped to convince you to stay a little longer.
***I’d like to stay one more night. Is that possible?
***If I had to study, I would stay at home every day.
***If I were you, I’d stay away from Tom for a while.
***If I’d stayed any longer, I would’ve gotten bored.
***If it rains tomorrow, I will stay at home all day.
***It was nice of you to let me stay here last night.
***John is in the habit of staying up until midnight.
***She’ll be staying at the Royal Hotel next Tuesday.
***Starting tomorrow, we’ll stay open until 9:00 p.m.
***The doctor told Tom to stay in bed for a few days.
***The doctor wants you to stay one week more in bed.
***The hotel at which we stayed was very comfortable.
***Tom has had to stay here longer than he wanted to.
***Tom must stay in the hospital for at least a week.
***Tom said he didn’t care whether we stayed or left.
***Tom will be staying here with us for three months.
***We can’t stay here. The roof is about to collapse!
***We might as well stay here until it stops hailing.
***Who’s going to stay at home to receive the guests?
***Why don’t you take off your coat and stay a while?
***You have to believe me. I really want you to stay.
***Can you recommend a place for me to stay in London?
***He is going to stay with his uncle for the weekend.
***He said it didn’t matter whether we stayed or left.
***I have to stay at a hotel near the airport tonight.
***I think he should stay away from drugs of any sort.
***I thought for sure you would stay in Japan forever.
***I visited him at intervals during my stay in Paris.
***I would rather stay at home than go out for a walk.
***I’ve got no place to go, so I’m going to stay here.
***It rained all day long yesterday, so I stayed home.
***stay here for as long as the food supply holds out.
***staying up late at night is very bad for your skin.
***The longer I stay there, the more I like the place.
***They demanded that the Indians stay off their land.
***They stayed married for the sake of their children.