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When I saw what he’d done to my painting, I was for words.
Nerves came into play and Jack started to his throat repeatedly.
I’m always afraid that I’m going to get a mental during an exam.
The moment the committee asked the final question my went .
A: Can you tell us what you’ve been doing in the director’s office?
B: I’d rather take the , sir.
Guess what. He said something totally the of his head and it just happened to be the correct answer!
I had a in my throat so I couldn’t utter a single word.
He’s got the gift of the , which makes him a talker.
Sometimes it’s better not to say anything. As someone put it, is .
Despite her previously expressed strong views, in the interview she denied everything saying „I’m no opinion this matter.”
A: Mr. Thompson, do you agree with the jury decision?
B: Excuse me, but I’m no to it.
A: But do you think everything has been taken into account?
B: I’d really like to any judgments for the time being.
There are some tricks that can help one get over stage fright. For instance, a joke may the tension at the beginning of a performance.
Clichés are phrases that can no longer a strong impression.
I really don’t know how to finish this essay. Nothing to my mind at the moment.
I’m never going to fix it. I don’t want to give up, but I seem to have out of ideas.
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