Example sentences of "[pron] 've just been " in BNC.

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1 I 've just been posting a letter for poor Mrs. Fanshawe , Sister , ’ she said virtuously .
2 She could hardly say , ‘ I 've just been told that I 'm pregnant again , ’ because it was only a matter of a week or two .
3 I 've just been explaining that Angela seems to have gone missing . ’
4 I 've just been over to see Madge and guess what ?
5 I 've just been looking at the end-May figures and notice we 're just about holding our own on the Gesamt .
6 I 've just been robbed !
7 I 've just been lucky so far , touch wood .
8 I 've just been hearing about Pat 's epic poem about the ‘ other side ’ , ’ said Alison .
9 I 've just been telling the captain .
10 But all the same , it was fun to telephone home from Huntingdon that evening and electrify the family by saying , ‘ You 'll never guess where I 've just been ! ’ and listen to their admiring and incredulous comments .
11 ‘ Not too good , ’ I said , ‘ I 've just been told that Punch is closing . ’
12 I 've just been given a present . ’
13 I 've just been round to see Mrs Reynolds in the village , and she 's adamant that all the kitchen and scullery windows were closed when she left at nine-thirty .
14 I 'm not actually sure what model it is — I think it 's a 335 Dot — but I 've just been out and bought another one for a spare , and luckily enough it feels exactly the same .
15 Well , but I 've just been conversing with ghosts myself .
16 Well , I 've just been round the tents and Lyons are hopping mad !
17 That 's a sprinter 's example , but it 's the same for any athletic performance , as I 've just been reminded by watching the astonishing improvement of Ray Davidson in these past few years .
18 I 've just been down to the market .
19 I 've just been made redundant after 30 years as an engineer with British Telecom . ’
20 Gazza reacted angrily as he explained : ‘ I 've just been told that English journalists are saying that I threw my bib down because Zoff said I was out of the side .
21 I 'VE just been to court for the first time in my life at 74 , because my local council said I owed them £63 for my wife 's poll tax during 1991–92 .
22 took the first call , but I 've just been speaking to him , and you 'd better have the full picture . ’
23 I 've just been talking to your aunt on the phone .
24 I 've just been talking to Captain Montgomery .
25 ‘ What an interesting coincidence or , in view of what I 've just been learning , perhaps not all that much of a coincidence .
26 ‘ Ca n't think why , Carrots , I 've just been steamrollered . ’
27 I 've just been tellin' you how Mr Winterburn chased me all over the house when 'is fam'ly was at church one Sunday .
28 I 've just been there !
29 ‘ I have a feeling I 've just been conned , Father .
30 Though , it 's just that , one of the things that Caroline actually , er working on with Warwick University is a way of re-looking at public services and how there funded right , it 's basically to help David to make the case with Margaret Margaret for more money with the local Government , but erm I mean the sort of things we 've been getting into is like when you considering paying for public services , should you , should you pay like in advance like through the National Insurance System or like , like I mean the French Health Service for example , people pay it for ambulances when they use them , though they pay on a differential rate , but I mean it 's an issue to debate , it 's right , and I 've just been thinking about lavatory while you 've been speaking .
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