Example sentences of "[pers pn] to be " in BNC.

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1 Deliver it to your home Well , what I to is the erm , getting involved in .
2 And I to be a corporal of his field ,
3 So he sent a telegram to his wife saying : ‘ Am in Market Harborough — where ought I to be ? ’ and she , being a practical woman , sent a terse telegram with one word : ‘ Home ’ .
4 Who was I to be taking on a contender like Thomas Carter , a management consultant and the owner-occupier of a £500,000 property set in the accessible Arcadia of Boars Hill ?
5 Nevertheless , it clearly would n't do for Karen and I to be seen together immediately afterwards .
6 Indeed , he even reveals that he has recovered from a bout of depression : ‘ What right have I to be depressed ?
7 Am I to be interested in you or not ? ’
8 Am I to be troubled by a skinny old fool in mirror shades ?
9 I have relatively high stakes in conformity — I happen to have done fairly well out of it ; I would have a certain amount to lose in terms of reputation were I to be apprehended .
10 Foreign communities , whether tribal or otherwise , are no more anxious than you or I to be subjected to intensive and embarrassingly close scrutiny by a tiresome stranger whose aims and intentions may be , to say the least , puzzling .
11 I think , I to be quite honest , correct me if I 'm wrong , with regard to the publicity group , that the publicity group really was to get something out that was going to act as an icebreaker to the members .
12 But , you say , ought n't I to be a policeman or a former policeman myself , like John Wainwright , to be able to do this ?
13 ‘ Am I to be dragged halfway across the country in a cart ? ’
14 PAMELA : And pray , how came I to be his property ?
15 ‘ Am I to be a king , or just a pig ? ’
16 A seemingly exasperated Jesus says , Oh faithless and perverse generation , how long am I to be with you ?
17 Am I to be allowed out of here ? ’
18 This enabled the movements of Filden I to be monitored closely from the time she left Dieppe .
19 ‘ Am I to be weaponless again ? ’ said Hrun .
20 ‘ Am I to be allowed to phone for a cab from your apartment ? ’
21 Ought I to be fearful for my life ? ’
22 Who am I to be merciful ?
23 Am I to be killed in this mysterious attempt to escape ? ’
24 At length she asked , ‘ Am I to be content with that snippet of intelligence : ‘ Sir George likes me ’ ? ’
25 Am I to be mobbed by all these folk for want of an end to their Mystery ?
26 You have to use these methods because there are fifty cassettes coming in every day and you need yours to be picked out and heard with particular care .
27 Nor is it any use to insist that you can conceive of what it is like for a knee which is not yours to be hurting .
28 And how have you fi I think we 're gon na end up like with a fire like yours to be honest , because we do n't want to alter that fireplace if we can help it
29 He regarded posterity as the only afterlife worth contemplating and , to show his contempt for the resurrection of the body , he left his to be dissected — a bold gesture that his contemporaries were slow to follow — and his reconstituted skeleton was exhibited in University College , London .
30 He did n't exactly offer his hand , but when each of them put out theirs he allowed his to be taken and dangled slightly .
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