Tell Max to get a grip. He is totally overreacting.
After reading chapter four, I?m starting to get a handle on quantum physics.
When you are talking with Mary, she talks so much that you are lucky to get a word in edgewise.
Max got carried away with the balloons for the party. There must have been over a thousand.
Come on! Let?s get cracking. We need to finish this project by next week.
Mary was quite upset with Jane for stealing her boyfriend. She swore that she would get even.
Mary and Max got hitched two years ago.
Max may be a nice guy, but sometimes he really gets on my nerves.
The boss is always getting on Max?s case for everything.
If you want a pay raise, you are going to have to get your act together and do a better job.
Max is just getting his feet wet. He is likely to make a few mistakes.
You were very lucky to get your foot in the door at ABC Company.
Let?s get this straight. We?ll meet behind the back after work.
When I moved to England, it took me a few days to get the hang of driving on the left side of the road.
I don?t think Max got the point. The point is that the important things in life have little to do with money.
Max will get to the bottom of the problem sooner or later.
Watch out for Max. I think he got up on the wrong side of the bed today.
I?m not sure if I can do this, but I?ll give it a go.
For some reason, Mary is giving me the cold shoulder today.
For the last two miles of the race, Max went all out.
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