Example sentences of "that i [modal v] give " in BNC.

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1 He suggested that I might give a dinner to the leading newspaper editors and proprietors , when he could make some statement calculated to neutralise some of the undoubted venom that was then directed at him .
2 All of them would live more happily if they and the world remained in ignorance , and to try to achieve that I would give them the one gift I could .
3 If I knew how to make copies of myself , I 'm not sure that I would give the project high priority in competition with all the other things I want to do : why should I ?
4 I handed over my life 's savings and promised that I would give her the other nineteen and six before the year was up .
5 If you come up with that sort of material , then the American and English newspapers will publish an interview that I 'll give them ’ .
6 And I 've got a little chart that I 'll give you to do that on .
7 Er what we 'll do is that I 'll give you another eight of these , now if they 're a lot better just s give a ring in
8 I 'll tell you give him a ring , tell him that you 've given me his , the telephone number and he should expect that I 'll give him a call in the next week
9 Of course not all teachers will recognize themselves , and probably no one person 's experience will match point for point with the sketch that I shall give .
10 On the other hand , if you report all to me it may be that I shall give you money .
11 ‘ But you were right when you insisted that I must give myself the opportunity to learn my true feelings , although … ’
12 No , I have said that I will give way to the hon. Member for Alyn and Deeside .
13 And he uses a picture , he says , look , you 're gon na come and you 're , you 're drawing this water and you 're gon na come back tomorrow and get some more , and the next day you 'll come with your jugs and have some more water , and that 's the story of your life , coming back again , and again , and again but the , the water that I will give you , that wo n't be an external source outside of you , that 's gon na be within you !
14 I leap outside into the snow , stand ankle deep in the snow and strain frantically at the same time trying to remember which direction I am pointing so that I can give instructions about where not to get the snow for tomorrow 's tea .
15 Now , I want the best for you , the best that I can give you , because in a way you belong to me now , and Ben there . ’
16 Now about getting physical activity , I , I ca n't say that I can give your a er er a foolproof method because it will depend upon you .
17 ‘ Oh , you were always a fool , Neil , always — a fool to think that I would be content to live on nothing with a younger son and a fool to reject me now that I can give you the life which you ought to be living . ’
18 The only guarantee that I can give is that there will not be a Tory Government after the 1992 election .
19 The most comforting assurance that I can give the hon. Gentleman , which I am sure that he will welcome , is that the results of the study will be made public .
20 I am not sure that I can give the hon. Gentleman the first information that he requested .
21 The best answer that I can give him is that the fact that Mr. Thorpe had available to him the escape route of appealing to a health authority elsewhere in the country meant that the process was not carried to its conclusion in north Devon .
22 If I should miss any , I shall write to the hon. Members concerned as soon as possible — if possible , before the commencement of the Committee stage so that any information that I can give may be used in Committee .
23 Er , Chairman the , the only advice that I can give Dr on that point is to say that the county council is not letting them down er the funding for major road schemes is provided by central government and we make a contribution towards it but if central government do not give us permission to go ahead with the race road scheme in terms of a grant , then in fact it will not go ahead and in that situation they may be let down , that is their judgement and that should be reflected in the way they vote at parliamentary elections .
24 My Lords , I I 'm not sure that I can give an absolute answer to that , it would be wrong for me to , to guess .
25 When I said to you earlier erm there 's several ways in which you can help me now the main way you can help me is erm is er the way I do , the way I prefer to do business is by personal recommendations and you 've seen the service that I can give you , you 've seen , we 've been through your , your personal situation , your financial situation , have you found that of benefit ?
26 And I can assure you that I did n't shine the torch on her longer than I needed to satisfy myself that she was beyond any help that I could give . ’
27 I also needed to be knowledgeable about the procedures , likely outcomes and prognosis so that I could give full and accurate explanations to Mrs Allen .
28 I just wish that I could give more .
29 As the spend over the three years will be more than that — last year 's spend was £17 million and I expect this year 's to be £25 million , making a total of £42 million — I suppose that I could give my hon. Friend the assurance that he seeks , but even if our figures were so way out that I could be caught on that commitment , when I consider the matter next May — assuming that the burden still falls to me to do so — I would have to make the same calculation as I made this year .
30 In his speech , Charles praised my ‘ sterling contribution ’ to the school and shortly after it Paul came up to me and made the touching suggestion that I should give some classes in the summer term — if I was still free .
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