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(Obviously, the advertisement is aimed at teenagers.)

Obviously, the advertisement is aimed at teenagers.

(The factory now under construction will assemble 1000 VCR units per day.)

The factory now under construction will assemble 1000 VCR units per day.

(Efficient machinery replaced manual labor.)

Efficient machinery replaced manual labor.

(In those days, the gigantic corporation had a virtual monopoly over internal commerce.)

In those days, the gigantic corporation had a virtual monopoly over internal commerce.

(With restrictions removed, thousands of new enterprises have come into being.)

With restrictions removed, thousands of new enterprises have come into being.

(As a result of his ridiculous venture, he is in danger of going bankrupt.)

As a result of his ridiculous venture, he is in danger of going bankrupt.

(Compared to the previous year, business is looking up in terms of sales.)

Compared to the previous year, business is looking up in terms of sales.

(However, we haven't made any profit yet.)

However, we haven't made any profit yet.

(I'm going to be transferred to an overseas branch.)

I'm going to be transferred to an overseas branch.

(Oh, I'll miss you. Please drop me a line.)

Oh, I'll miss you. Please drop me a line.

(While he was away on business, his wife gave birth to a baby boy.)

While he was away on business, his wife gave birth to a baby boy.

(Apparently, Nick wasn't willing to take on the task)

Apparently, Nick wasn't willing to take on the task

(because it would just add to his burdens.)

because it would just add to his burdens.

(Bob had intended to take her out tonight, but he had to work overtime.)

Bob had intended to take her out tonight, but he had to work overtime.

(Please estimate the losses by Friday at the latest.)

Please estimate the losses by Friday at the latest.

(I'll manage it somehow.)

I'll manage it somehow.

(Nick, I'm counting on you. -OK, I'll see to it.)

Nick, I'm counting on you. -OK, I'll see to it.

(Thanks, I appreciate it. -Don't mention it.)

Thanks, I appreciate it. -Don't mention it.

(He pretends to be enthusiastic when his boss is around.)

He pretends to be enthusiastic when his boss is around.

(He got promoted at the expense of his colleagues. He should be ashamed of himself.)

He got promoted at the expense of his colleagues. He should be ashamed of himself.

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(As the recession set in, temporary employees were laid off one after another.)

As the recession set in, temporary employees were laid off one after another.

(Nowadays, many people are out of work against their will. Who is responsible for that?)

Nowadays, many people are out of work against their will. Who is responsible for that?

(I've gotten pessimistic, and I'm worried about something I would never have been concerned about before.)

I've gotten pessimistic, and I'm worried about something I would never have been concerned about before.

(Today, even white-collar workers are confronted with great hardships.)

Today, even white-collar workers are confronted with great hardships.

(The authorities are striving in vain to stabilize the currency.)

The authorities are striving in vain to stabilize the currency.

(We've come to the conclusion)

We've come to the conclusion

(that nothing is more urgent than reducing Japan's huge deficit.)

that nothing is more urgent than reducing Japan's huge deficit.

(The questionnaires were distributed at random.)

The questionnaires were distributed at random.

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