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- You can do without a carpet but you've got to have somewhere to sit.
- You can either quote or paraphrase literary texts.
- You can have three guesses.
- You can indeed draw comparisons with the oil spill of 2010 in the Gulf of Mexico.
- You can meet me there tomorrow.
- You can narrow down the search by entering the first name as well.
- You can never tell what his next reaction will be.
- You can only open the door to the gym from the inside.
- You can overdo it, you know.
- You can put down the mistake to her inexperience.
- You can put lipstick on a pig, it's still a pig.
- You can put your coat over there.
- You can say that again.
- You can see them in many places.
- You can take a bath a week after the surgery.
- You can take it for granted that he will be late on Monday morning. He always is.
- You can take it for granted that she will show up. She never misses a good meal.
- You can talk till the cows come home!
- You can tell a lot about a person by the kind of car they drive.
- You can tell by her voice that she's got a cold.
- You can tell by his accent that he doesn't come from around here.