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She has a dog. El-- t---- u- p----. +
The dog is big. El p---- e- g-----. +
She has a big dog. El-- t---- u- p---- g-----. +
She has a house. El-- t---- u-- c---. +
The house is small. La c--- e- p------. +
She has a small house. El-- t---- u-- c--- p------. +
He is staying in a hotel. Él s- e--- a------- e- u- h----. +
The hotel is cheap. El h---- e- b-----. +
He is staying in a cheap hotel. Él s- e--- a------- e- u- h---- b-----. +
He has a car. Él t---- u- c----. +
The car is expensive. El c---- e- c---. +
He has an expensive car. Él t---- u- c---- c---. +
He reads a novel. Él l-- u-- n-----. +
The novel is boring. La n----- e- a-------. +
He is reading a boring novel. Él l-- u-- n----- a-------. +
She is watching a movie. El-- e--- v----- u-- p-------. +
The movie is exciting. La p------- e- i----------. +
She is watching an exciting movie. El-- e--- v----- u-- p------- i----------. +

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