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***We were all tired.
***I wish I were rich.
***We were very tired.
***I wish I were young.
***There were two cakes.
***We were younger then.
***Where were you going?
***All of us were silent.
***Two seats were vacant.
***I wish I were a prince.
***They were very excited.
***I wish he were here now.
***Were you busy yesterday?
***Were you out last night?
***They were seen to go out.
***They were taken prisoner.
***Forty people were present.
***I wish she were alive now.
***They were plainly dressed.
***All of the dogs were alive.
***I wish I were in Paris now.
***There were ten eggs in all.
***Were you at home yesterday?
***You were late, weren’t you?
***I wish I were a millionaire.
***The prisoners were set free.
***Those were his actual words.
***We were very busy last week.
***All our efforts were in vain.
***He acts as if he were a king.
***They were lying on the grass.
***We were sweating in the heat.
***Half the students were absent.
***Her eyes were red from crying.
***I wish I were as young as you.
***They were watching television.
***Why were you absent yesterday?
***I wouldn’t do it if I were you.
***They were school children then.
***Thousands of people were there.
***We were nearly frozen to death.
***What were you doing down there?
***Why were you late this morning?
***If I were you, I’d buy that one.
***Were you at school at that time?
***I wouldn’t do that if I were you.
***If I were you, I would trust her.
***They were fighting on the street.
***They were scolded by the teacher.
***He speaks as if he were an expert.
***I wish Beth were here with me now.
***If I were rich, I would go abroad.
***The boy talks as if he were a man.
***There were two murders this month.
***They married when they were young.
***A group of young men were fighting.
***A lot of soldiers were killed here.
***I wish Tom were my younger brother.
***We were surprised to hear the news.
***Fortunately, no passengers were injured.
***I didn’t know you were such a good cook.
***I thought we were going to go somewhere.
***They were all surprised to see me there.
***You were at home yesterday, weren’t you?
***I didn’t think you were going to make it.
***I wondered why people were staring at me.
***They were not aware that I was not there.
***When were potatoes introduced into Japan?
***His proposals were adopted at the meeting.
***I didn’t know you were coming here either.
***She first met him when they were students.
***Were you playing tennis yesterday morning?
***Why were you absent from school yesterday?
***You were talking in your sleep last night.
***All the passengers were saved from drowning.
***I wasn’t aware that you were feeling so bad.
***There were many rotten apples in the basket.
***How many eggs were you able to get yesterday?
***I found the gloves that were under the chair.
***She has known him since they were very young.
***I wasn’t aware that you were feeling that bad.
***We were so excited that we couldn’t sit still.
***There were a lot of empty seats the day I went.
***A bunch of people were standing outside waiting.
***We were just about to leave when she telephoned.
***She sat next him wishing she were somewhere else.
***I can’t believe that you were the smartest kid in your class.
***Even though there were many cookies on the dish, I only ate three.
***If you were to win the lottery, what would you buy with the money?
***The children were so excited after the party that they couldn’t sleep.
***I didn’t know that you were sick, so I didn’t visit you in the hospital.
***Years ago, when Tom’s children were young, he used to take a lot of pictures.
***Do you think your parents spent enough time with you when you were in your teens?
***There were demonstrations against the government by Japanese university students in the 1960’s.
***I think it’s a shame that some foreign language teachers were able to graduate from college without ever having studied with a native speaker.