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1 She watched her little granddaughter skip down the path.
2 Let's skip the formalities and get down to business.
3 Let's skip to the last item on the agenda.
4 He managed to skip the washing-up.
5 Skip the first chapter and start on page 25.
6 I decided to skip the first chapter.
7 She decided to skip the afternoon's class.
8 I often skip breakfast altogether.
9 She gave a little skip of joy.
10 I sometimes skip lunch if we're very busy.
11 It is important not to skip meals.
12 I've heard enough about your job,(www.Sentencedict.com) so skip it!
13 No, thanks. We'll skip aperitif.
14 He used to skip lessons and hang around the harbor with some other boys.
15 I'll skip the usual preliminaries and come straight to the point.
16 She gave a skip and a jump and was off down the street.
17 I suggest we skip to the last item on the agenda.
18 I'd better skip the party and stay at home to revise.
19 Lambs like to skip.
20 You can skip the next chapter if you have covered the topic in class.
21 They skip rope and play catch, waiting for the bell.
22 The boxer gave a little skip as he came out of his corner.
23 He crossed the hall with a hop, skip and a jump.
24 You might want to skip the exercises in this chapter.
25 Tenants who skip out on utility bills are the focus of a new law.
26 I suggest we skip over the details and get to the point.
27 So, skip, Abdul give you a fright, nuh?
28 A newspaper reader can select what he is interested in and skip what he thinks is boring or irrelevant.
29 This part of the book isn't very interesting, so I'm going to skip it.
30 Bundle up the newspapers and take them to the skip.