Example sentences of "i know [adv] " in BNC.

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1 ‘ It would delight me to know exactly that , ’ he aimed back at her pointedly .
2 We certainly know each other very well — well enough for me to know when he 's feeling himself and when he is not .
3 ‘ They 'll be pestering me to know when they can see you again … ’
4 You dump it in there and then you suddenly expect me to know where it all is and I do n't .
5 Ronnie had written to me a few months before , saying that she had hesitated to get in touch but wanted me to know how concerned she was about John .
6 Oh yeah , well you know , just let me know anyway
7 ‘ As you voted for me , ’ he told that turbulent Labour MP , ‘ why do you not support my authority or at least let me know beforehand what you intend to do ? ’
8 Let me know instantly if there 's any change .
9 Can you please phone me to let me know when Corby should expect to see the title ?
10 I give you my word that I wo n't attempt to get away if you let me know when the police are called in . ’
11 Let me know when you find the car . ’
12 Let me know when you want to sell .
13 Let me know when you locate this bandit and I 'll cut the engines . ’
14 Perhaps you could test the water at your end , and let me know when you could come .
15 Let me know when it 's not bath-night and you can have a few minutes ’ chat with your aged Pops . ’
16 ‘ Tell Wally to keep his eyes open and let me know when they pass him , ’ Hitch instructed .
17 ‘ Let me know when you really hurt yourself , wo n't you ? ’
18 Let me know when you 've made your arrangements . ’
19 ‘ Well , let me know when you 're off , ’ Bernard told her , ‘ because we 're going to open in the States very shortly .
20 ‘ Let me know when you 're ready , ’ he said huskily .
21 At the door Gerald Seymour-Strachey said in his most patrician manner : ‘ I 'd be glad if you 'd let me know when Hilda Machin 's funeral is .
22 ‘ Let me know when you 've finished arguing about me , and I 'll come back . ’
23 ‘ Let me know when the prize is to be collected , ’ he said sarcastically .
24 I 've got shares in the company , but no one thinks to let me know when it 's sinking without trace ! ’
25 PLEASE let me know on if you have any tit-bits for either Medau News or the local Press .
26 Could you please let me know where you would like the cheque sent , and to whom we should make it out ?
27 When you send the erm the text through for your erm annual reports ca can you let me know where where it is on the network ?
28 Perhaps you would phone me at home ( ) during the week running up to this date to let me know where I need to meet you .
29 Thank you for letting me know where you stand , ’ Lucenzo said quietly .
30 If they 're no longer staying here , perhaps you 'll let me know where I can find them … ’
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