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1. There's some fresh tea in the pot.
2. Will you bring the tea things into the garden?
3. The tea things are upstairs; could you carry them down for me?
4. Tea and sugar were scarce and were rationed during the war.
5. Tea is raised chiefly in China, Japan and India.
6. We sat in the station buffet sipping tea.
7. Can you carry the tea things and the cake out into the garden?
8. I'll get Venner to brew some tea.
9. Do you like your tea sweet?
10. Bring back some tea for me.
11. She dunked a biscuit in her tea.
12. Can I have a tea and two coffees.
13. Add the tea leaves and leave to infuse for five minutes.
14. I like lemon in my tea.
15. How about having a cup of tea?
16. He breezed in and demanded tea.
17. Villagers dispensed tea to people involved in the accident.
18. You can buy biscuits, sugar,(sentencedict.com) soap and tea at the grocer's.
19. I need a teaspoon to stir my tea.
20. The best grades of tea are expensive.
21. We had tea, and afterwards we sat in the garden for a while.
22. I like tea better than coffee.
23. Denise went downstairs and made some tea.
24. This glass of iced tea will refresh you.
25. I was back in the changing-room wolfing tea and sandwiches.
26. Tea and biscuits will be provided.
27. I'll put the kettle on and make us some tea.
28. The price includes morning coffee, buffet lunch, and afternoon tea.
29. There's no coffee - would you like a cup of tea instead?
30. You haven't lived till you've learned how to yodel at a tea dance in a mountain hut!