A: George looks sick. Is he all right?
B: He's not been ( )( )( ) since his wife died.
A: Poor George. I know he loved her a lot.
A: You really made me ( )( )!
B: You asked for it. Don't take it out on me.
A: How could you?
A: He likes chocolate ( )( )( ).
A: He said he eats at least five bars a day.
A: How was the movie?
B: Great, but I had to ( ) my ( ) during the murder scene.
A: It was pretty bloody, wasn't it?
A: Has the problem been solved yet?
B: No. It's a ( )( ).
A: I hope everything works out soon.
A: What's the name of that restaurant we went to last week?
B: Ah, it's called....Oh, darn it. It's ( ) the ( )( ) my ( ).
A: Never mind. It's not important.
A: Aren't you going to the horse races today?
B: No, I've ( ) my ( )( ) gambling.
A: Good. I'm glad to hear that.
A: Are you going to Andy's birthday party tonight?
B: Yes, but I don't want to ( )( ).
A: Why don't you take some wine?
A: I know you don't support me, but don't ( ) ( ) my ( ).
B: That's not what I'm doing.
A: Yeah, right.
A: What's the matter?
B: You know what's the matter! You ( )( ) the ( )!
A: I know, but I couldn't help it.
A: Why are you ( ) your ( )?
B: I know I left my backpack here, but now I can't find it.
A: Oh, I moved it over there.
A: Should we invite Mike to the party?
B: No, he's too ( ) for me.
A: I know. He thinks everyone likes him, but he's really annoying.
A: I'm ( ) a ( ). I'd better pass on dessert.
B: You know, fad diets rarely work.
A: This isn't a fad diet. I'm just cutting back.
A: What did your husband think when he saw the car you bought?
B: His ( )( )( ).
A: I bet they did. Maybe you should have told him before you bought it.
A: OK, next problem. How do you find the center of a circle?
B: Mmm...I don't know.
A: ( )( )( ). Come on.
A: The company is in financial trouble again.
B: Again? I thought things were improving.
A: The president is ( )( ) and ( )( ).
A: I heard your house was burglarized.
B: Yeah. When I got home last night, everything was gone. I couldn't ( ) my ( ).
A: That's pretty scary.
A: My son finally found a job.
B: I'm glad to hear that.
A: Thanks. It's a big ( )( ) my ( ).
A: We need to go to the bank tomorrow.
B: Sorry? My ( )'s getting ( ).
A: I said, we need to go to the bank tomorrow.
A: Could you ( ) me ( )( )?
B: Sure. What happened?
A: The company's gonna reduce salaries, and I'm already living hand to mouth as it is.
A: Could you ( ) me ( )( )?
B: Of course.
A: I need to take this table to the fourth floor.
A: When I have time, I'll give you a call and we can go shopping.
B: Great! I ( )( ).
A: I'm sure I'll have some time on the weekend.
A: I don't think he likes me.
B: Why do you say that?
A: Every time I talk with him, he ( ) his ( )( ).
A: I'm exhausted.
B: Why? It's only 9 o'clock in the morning.
A: I ( ) my ( )( ) all night looking for my dog.
A: We need to fire John. I'd like you to do it.
B: Why me? You don't want to ( ) your ( )( )
A: No, that's not why.
A: I hate how TV stations cut to commercials, leaving you ( )( )( ).
B: Me, too.
A: But I guess it's how they make their money.
A: What seems to be the problem?
B: My ( ) are ( ). They've been this way since I went to a rock concert two days ago.
A: Take earplugs the next time.
A: My father's been kind of depressed recently.
B: Why is that?
A: It seems he's being ( )( )( ) his job.
A: What happened? Was anyone killed?.
B: No, everyone's safe. There weren't even any injuries.
A: I'm ( ) to hear that.
A: Maybe I ate a little too much.
B: You did?
A: Yeah, I have a bad case of ( ).
A: Are you going to Jeff's mansion for the New Year's party?
B: No, whenever I go there I ( ) so ( ).
A: Just be who you are and don't worry about what others think.
A: Did you see that new Mercedes-Benz?
B: Yeah, it really ( )( )( ).
A: I wish I had enough money to buy one.
A: Did you hear Judy's speech?
B: Yes, I ( )( ).
A: She's much more intelligent than I thought.
A: I hope you had a good time tonight.
B: I did. I really ( )( )( ).
A: I'm glad you liked it. My wife's a great cook, isn't she?
A: I can't take it any longer. I'm going to knock his teeth in!
B: Just ( )( )( ). He's a karate black belt, you know.
A: Hah! Just you wait and see.
A: We still have a lot of tickets left.
B: Why don't you ask Keiko? She ( ) a lot of ( )
A: That's a good idea!
A: We're severely ( )( )( ) this week.
B: Have you asked the part-timers to work more hours?
A: Yes, but it's not enough.
A: I would be the last person to ( )( ).
B: Do you really promise not to turn your back on me?
A: Yes, I promise. I'll fight for you to the end.