- So what to do?
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- What to do now?
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- I know what to do.
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- Nobody knew what to do.
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- What to do with the body?
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- I don’t know what to do.
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- Everyone knows what to do.
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- I don’t know what to do.
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- What to do with this onrush?
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- I didn’t know what to do there!
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- I really don’t know what to do.
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- Then he has to decide what to do.
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- She wondered what to do with him.
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- We can always tell him what to do.
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- What to do if anything went wrong?
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- But the man knew exactly what to do.
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- What to do with the Watsons, though?
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- At times I didn’t know what to do.
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- I felt adrift, unsure of what to do.
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- Being told what to do frustrated him.
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- What to do about it is another matter.
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- I can’t remember what to do, he said.
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- I don’t know what to do,” said Aya.
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- These included what to do with residents.
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- There was no answer about what to do next.
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- “I don’t know what to do,” she said.
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- Don’t tell us what to do’,” said Kim.
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- Fighting panic, I began to wonder what to do.
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- What to do with the forests of used cardboard.
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- “Don’t you tell me what to do,” she barked.
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