You picked "They both like tea."

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You picked "He likes tea, but she likes coffee."

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You picked "He likes coffee, but she likes tea."

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You picked "They both like coffee."

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You picked "She likes fast food and she likes rice. "


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You picked "She likes rice, but she doesn't like fried food."

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You picked "She doesn't like rice, but she likes fast food."

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You picked "She doesn't like fast food, but she likes rice."

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You picked "He likes seafood, but he doesn't like fast food."

 


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You picked "He doesn't like fast food or seafood."

 


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You picked "He likes fast food, but he doesn't like seafood."

 


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You picked "He likes fast food and seafood."

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You picked "They both eat at Perkins."

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You picked "He eats at Old Country Buffet, but she goes to Perkins."

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You picked "She eats at Old Country Buffet, but he goes to Perkins."

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You picked "They both eat at Old Country Buffet."

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You picked "They both shop there every week."

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You picked "She shops more often then he does."

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You picked "He shops as often as she does."

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You
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You picked "She likes family movies and he likes comedies."

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You picked "He likes comedies and she likes mysteries."

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You picked "He likes family movies and she likes comedies."

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You picked "She likes family movies and he likes mysteries."

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You picked "She likes love stories and he likes action movies."

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You picked "He likes love stories and she likes family movies."

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You picked "He likes family movies and she likes love stories."


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You picked "She likes action movies and he likes love stories."

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You picked "They both like romantic music."


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You picked "They both like country music."

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You picked "He likes country music and she likes romantic music."

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You picked "She likes rock music and he likes country music."

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You picked "They both like Russian music."

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You picked "She likes romantic music and he likes Russian music."

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You picked "He likes romantic music and she likes Russian music."

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You picked "She likes rock music and he likes Russian music."

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You picked "They both like football."


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You picked "They both like soccer."

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You picked "She likes soccer and he likes football."

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You picked "He likes soccer and she likes football."

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