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1 In the 18th century art was seen, along with music and poetry, as something edifying.
2 How are you getting along with your English studies?
3 Are you getting along with her?
4 I hope I will get along with everyone.
5 Spring walked along with the shatter, in the summer threw over a body's green leaf to jump in the warm braw is walking.
6 I don't really get along with my sister's husband.
7 I refused to go along with their pathetic charade.
8 I agreed to play along with her.
9 Six prisoners are still at large along with four dangerous recidivists.
10 Take my advice – string along with me, I know this business inside out.
11 Can you go along with me?
12 It's impossible to get along with him.
13 My mother has learnt to play along with the bizarre conversations begun by father.
14 The old man hobbled along with the help of his grandson.
15 He began to hum along with the music.
16 Along with the time flies we grew up gradually,(www.Sentencedict.com)become increasingly miss myself benighted.
17 He came along with some friends.
18 She was cycling along with her bicycle basket full of shopping.
19 Grow old along with me.The best is yet to be.
20 Get along with you. It's a cock and bull story.
21 Grow old along with me, the best is yet to be.
22 I want to get along with everyone.
23 I string along with him about the way to attack.
24 Do you mind if I tag along with you tonight?
25 I decided to play along with her idea.
26 The hen moved the chicks along with pecks.
27 The girls were afraid of snakes and picked their way along with extreme caution.
28 Whatever the majority decided I was prepared to go along with.
29 We listen to children's shows on the radio, and Janey can sing along with all the tunes.
30 The poor old man was only just able to struggle along with the help of a stick.
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