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***This book is written in English.
***This song was written by Foster.
***Tom has written a few textbooks.
***Tom sat down and wrote a letter.
***We wrote many books about China.
***What should I write about today?
***Write about the following topic.
***Writing news stories is his job.
***You must write your name in ink.
***Bob seldom writes to his parents.
***Can I have it in writing, please?
***Does he write letters in English?
***Don’t write me such long letters.
***He both speaks and writes French.
***He has written five books so far.
***He hasn’t written the letter yet.
***He submitted his written opinion.
***He taught me how to write a poem.
***He wrote a lot of books on China.
***He wrote it down in his notebook.
***I still don’t write Chinese well.
***I want to write all of this down.
***I was thirteen when I wrote that.
***I write letters almost every day.
***I wrote a love letter last night.
***I wrote down the address for you.
***I wrote down where I was working.
***I wrote three letters last night.
***I wrote three letters last night.
***I wrote to my teacher in English.
***I’ve finished writing the letter.
***It’s nothing to write home about.
***Last night I wrote three letters.
***Many campaign songs were written.
***My mother hates to write letters.
***Please write down your name here.
***That was written by Taro Akagawa.
***This poem was written last night.
***Tom and Mary wrote to each other.
***Tom has begun writing a new book.
***Who do you think wrote this note?
***Why don’t you write it in Berber?
***Write your answers with a pencil.
***You write very neatly, don’t you?
***Can you write a letter in English?
***Do you know how to read and write?
***He read a book written in English.
***He will write an answer very soon.
***He will write for hours at a time.
***His writing is impossible to read.
***Would you please write with a ballpoint pen?
***You don’t need to write more than 400 words.
***You wrote that you thought Tom wasn’t happy.
***Continue to write until he tells you to stop.
***Have you already written in your diary today?
***He has not written to us since last February.
***He wrote a book about the American Civil War.
***How long did it take him to write this novel?
***How long did it take you to write the letter?
***I can write good stories when I feel like it.
***I ought to have written the letter yesterday.
***I received a letter which was written by her.
***I will wait till you have written the letter.
***I wonder if you have something to write with.
***I wrote down his address on a piece of paper.
***Much of what they wrote about never happened.
***Not very many people bought the book I wrote.
***She made a promise to write to me every week.
***She managed to read a book written in French.
***The girl who wrote this composition is Nancy.
***The moment he was alone, he wrote the letter.
***The teacher wrote his name on the blackboard.
***This novel was written by an American writer.
***Tom suggested that I write a message to Mary.
***While she is writing, her dad will supervise.
***Write your name and address on this envelope.
***Write your telephone number down on this pad.
***You can reach me at the address written here.
***You wrote that you thought Tom would be late.
***Does the letter need to be written in English?
***Have you ever read a book written about Japan?
***He can’t possibly write the letter by himself.
***He hasn’t written you a letter in a long time.
***Her ability to write with her foot is amazing.
***I wrote down his name so I wouldn’t forget it.
***I’ll write to you or I’ll phone you next week.
***Nancy never fails to write to me once a month.
***She has the ability to speak and write French.
***She will write another book one of these days.
***She wrote to her parents at least once a week.
***The original was written as a school textbook.
***Their family name is written on their mailbox.
***This is way better than what you wrote before.
***Tom picked up his pencil and started to write.
***Tom took out his notebook and started writing.
***Tom wrote an article for the school newspaper.
***When is the last time you wrote a love letter?
***Would you be willing to write a letter for me?
***Write down his phone number before you forget.
***Tom has written many magazine articles on whales.
***Tom managed to finish writing his report in time.
***Tom seldom makes mistakes when writing in French.
***Tom wants me to write a birthday message to Mary.
***Tom writes everything down so he won’t forget it.
***Who do you think wrote that graffiti on the wall?
***She couldn’t convince him to write a song for her.
***She wrote to him to tell him how wonderful he was.
***Tom wanted Mary to write a recommendation for him.
***At least you’ll have something to write home about.
***I want you to write to me as soon as you get there.
***She always writes down every word her teacher says.
***She wrote him a long letter, but he didn’t read it.
***Tom said that Mary had to submit a written apology.
***He made up his mind to write in his diary every day.
***I don’t ever want Tom to write to my daughter again.
***It was courteous of him to write a letter of thanks.
***She wrote him a long letter, but she didn’t mail it.
***Today, I watched a play written by a friend of mine.
***Tom doesn’t know who wrote the graffiti on the wall.
***When I was in school, I really hated writing essays.
***He made a resolution to write in his diary every day.
***I’ve written his address on the back of the envelope.
***If I knew her name and address, I could write to her.
***It was three weeks before she wrote an answer to Tom.
***It wasn’t easy for me to write this letter in French.
***He promised that he would write to me once in a while.
***I want to write my girlfriend a love letter in French.
***Please wait until I have finished writing this letter.
***She is in the habit of writing in her diary every day.
***Someone who knows English well must have written this.
***This history book is written for high school students.
***Tom doesn’t know how to write a love letter in French.
***Tom is left-handed, but he writes with his right hand.
***Would you mind writing it down on this piece of paper?
***I used to write in my diary every day when I was young.
***She must have been very young when she wrote this poem.
***Since it’s written in easy French, I can understand it.
***The other day I discovered a book written by my father.
***Tom thought that what Mary wrote didn’t make any sense.
***Tom wrote Mary’s phone number in his little black book.
***Tom gave Mary some good advice about how to write songs.
***Tom wrote a love letter to Mary, but she didn’t read it.
***Tom wrote the song that Mary sang last night at the pub.
***Tom showed me the letter that Mary had written in French.
***I want everything you just said written into the contract.
***Tom eats with his left hand, but he writes with his right.
***I even wrote a speech just in case I was asked to give one.
***I think it’s time for me to write my mother another letter.
***Tom closed his diary after writing about that day’s events.