Example sentences of "[pers pn] 've been talking " in BNC.

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31 I have to write what I 've been talking about .
32 Well , if you 're talking about the smallest sort of business , and you 've spent maybe two thousand pounds on your actual computer , complete with a printer and the floppy discs I 've been talking about , then you might expect to spend another five hundred to a thousand pounds on a basic set of software .
33 You 've been talking to the girls ? ’
34 You 've been talking a lot , ’ she said aggressively .
35 In the end , the quacks and medicine men were left with that strange , disembodied feeling you get when you 've been talking for several minutes to someone who is n't there .
36 You 've been talking to him , have n't you ?
37 You 've been talking to Stuart .
38 Opposite adjacent this is what you 've been talking about the a the angle is n't it .
39 You 've been talking to someone . ’
40 ‘ Sir , you 've been talking nonsense to make me talk nonsense .
41 What do you imagine goes on in my head all night when you 've been talking about splitting up ?
42 Anyway , if you 've been talking to Betty you know who he is . ’
43 ‘ You mean you 've been talking about — what was she called ? — Inez — the mother of Matthew 's children ? ’
44 You 've been talking about doggy-dos I 'm gon na talk to you about my dog .
45 You 've been talking to Wolff ! ’
46 in those days like they do in the time you 've been talking about ?
47 You 've been talking to her !
48 Erm , I was going to mention , as Rob has done the increase in new complaints , which I think is somewhat welcome erm , we 're still taking a long time from the averages over the last twelve months , I think that 's just reflecting being out some days over the ones you 've been talking about , er , we 're down on actual stage one equipments in the month erm , we 're not quite sure why that is , mm it 's just the way things have panned out .
49 Now , you 've been talking about Donna 's birth , but I thought it was your own you wanted to find out about ? ’
50 You 've been talking to Steve and I want to know — ’
51 You 've been talking about wonder-boy Elliot , ’ she guessed , spotting his name .
52 You 've been talking to my wife .
53 Peter , I know you 've been talking to delegates all day , what 's the atmosphere like there ? *
54 do you think that maybe they could benefit from this idea that you 've been talking about today ?
55 You 've been talking to Lily Bates . ’
56 Anyway er it were what you write down , you 're supposed to write who you 've been talking to , tt what the occupation is er you , how old they are , female , male regional accent and that 's , if you were born in London that 's your accent you 're using int it ?
57 At the moment if you talk to women , the women you 've been talking about , about going into parliament , I mean it 's a laugh , is n't it ?
58 Do you want the rest of the world to say the British are so aggressive that they need the sort of controls we 've been talking about ?
59 ‘ I mean , all this we 've been talking about .
60 We 've been talking to cinemas in London and will bring it over there soon . ’
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