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23 examples:

Who wants a bit of cake?

Can I give you a bit of advice?

You've got a bit of a fever today, don't you?

Can it be that you don't have a bit of creativity, to the point of always inventing the same apology?

I really like to have a bit of direction, you know?
(Caroline Corr)

Can we ever find a bit of quiet time?
(BBC News - U.K. News, )

Maybe a bit of humour would smooth the process?
(Ian Herbert in The Independent - Football, )

Would you like a bit of pesticide with your produce?
(CNN - U.S. News, )

Fancy yourself as a bit of a rugby union trivia star?
(BBC Sport, )

Fancy a bit of sun and break from the cold British winter?
(Daily Mail - News, )

Can sightseeing be improved by a smartphone – and a bit of mystery?
(Rachael Pells in The Independent - Gadgets & Tech, )

Concerned you might look a bit of a clown if you tried your hand at tennis?
(BBC Sport, )

Will a bit of old-fashioned regimental discipline put Cameron onto the right path in life?
(The Independent - Arts & Entertainment, )

Could this be the year when the boys of summer yield a bit of the box office to the girls?
(The Denver Post - Entertainment, )

The human body can only do so much - but what happens when you give someone a bit of robotic help?
(Tech Times - Personal Tech, )

If you happen to be in Las Vegas on Oct. 5, why not step away from the tables and take in a bit of culture?
(Mary Forgione, Los Angeles Times Daily Deal and Travel Blogger in Los Angeles Times - Travel & Deal Blog, )

Sometimes a bit of role play can add spice to your love life, but what do you do if it starts making your love life WORSE?
(Daily Mail - Femail, )

BBC Sport readers have chosen their best and most disappointing of 2016. Who impressed the most and who, well, a bit of a flop?
(BBC Sport - Formula 1, )

Have you heard the one about the Australian who was brought into the Ashes to add a bit of humour to a downhearted dressing room?
(Daily Mail - Sport, )

Who could blame right-hander Doug Fister if he was pitching with a bit of a chip on his shoulder Sunday afternoon at Fenway Park?
(UPI - News, )

Make-up is one of the easiest ways to incorporate the shade into grown-up life, and who doesn't need a bit of a lift at this time of year?
(Rebecca Gonsalves in The Independent - Fashion, )

They tend to be pretty optimistic people, because you don’t invest in high-risk things like startups without being a bit of an optimist about getting your money back, so how realistic are those valuations, really?
(Forbes - Technology, )

Our existence depends on a bit of evolutionary genius aptly nicknamed “fight or flight.” But where in our brain does the alarm first go off, and what other parts of the brain are mobilized to express fear and remember to avoid danger in the future?
(Science Daily - News, )

Other sentences

100 examples:

I need a bit of sugar.

He's a bit of a rebel.

He's a bit of a loner.

She's a bit of a rebel.

She's a bit of a loner.

I have a bit of a cold.

He is a bit of a coward.

I'm in a bit of trouble.

He's a bit of a drunkard.

She's a bit of a slapper.

That's a bit of a problem.

I have a bit of a problem.

Add a bit of sugar, please.

It was a bit of high jinks.

Tom is a bit of a nitpicker.

Leave me a bit of ice cream.

I'm a bit of a reader myself.

Yes, I can speak a bit of it.

I have a bit of an emergency.

I've got a bit of a headache.

I understand a bit of German.

This soup wants a bit of salt.

There's a bit of a wind today.

I have a bit of time to relax.

Tom is in quite a bit of pain.

We're in a bit of a hurry now.

She has a bit of a bad temper.

Tom makes quite a bit of money.

Let me give you a bit of advice.

He had a bit of a cold last night.

Tom needs to lose a bit of weight.

We have a bit of a situation here.

My grandma just drank a bit of soup.

We have a bit of a cash flow problem

I think the soup needs a bit of salt.

I've got a bit of an ache in my back.

He is a bit of a fool, if you ask me.

He is a bit of a grouch in the morning.

There is a bit of whisky in this bottle.

There is quite a bit of water remaining.

Tom brushed a bit of dirt off of his hat.

The tea is too strong. Add a bit of water.

Each, however wise, harbors a bit of fool.

Then I'm afraid we have a bit of a problem.

I became very sleepy after a bit of reading.

After a bit of thought, she gave me an answer.

The torrential rain did quite a bit of damage.

Tom is having a bit of trouble with his new car.

I think it's time for me to get a bit of exercise.

You need a bit of courage to say that you love him.

I think a bit of anger is better for you than worry.

Tom opened the window a crack to let in a bit of fresh air.

An accident is often brought about by a bit of carelessness.

Now that Tom is unemployed, he has quite a bit of free time.

We'll have to do a bit of walking to get from here to the bank.

That couple spends quite a bit of money eating at nice restaurants.

After a bit of googling, I suspect that what you said may not be true.

Through his own efforts and a bit of luck, he won first prize in the contest.

When you get a bit of time on your hands on tour, things like this can happen.

You should take a look on your wardrobe and add a bit of colour to your clothes.

My hovercraft is full of eels, and there's a bit of chewing gum stuck to my keyboard.

The neighbouring house was destroyed, but mine survived just a bit of cost for repair.

Other than that, you should know that I allow myself a bit of irony from time to time.

You can complain 'til the cows come home, but it's not going to make a bit of difference.

I like this town as it is. Although, there being so many stone stairs is a bit of a pain...

We've been doing a bit of planning and later today we'll let you know what we came up with.

For a bit of a change from red meat, for tonight I've cooked turkey breasts in mushroom sauce.

If the door doesn't fit, you might have to shave off a bit of the wood until it closes properly.

After Mark has had a bit of a rest he gets up, has a wash, gets dressed and gets ready to go out.

Rather than light-hearted and cheerful men, I'm attracted to sober men with a bit of a dark side to them.

I've developed a bit of a gut lately, so I've decided that, starting tomorrow, I'm going to go to the gym.

The American news is reporting that Hurricane Irene is as big as Europe, which is a bit of an exaggeration.

Justice in this country is a bit of a double standard: there is the justice of the poor and the justice of the rich.

Curious gazes, gazes carrying a bit of murderous goes without saying that I couldn't be more uncomfortable.

Right, I said, shivering at this recital as a man would who gets hysterical while taking a shower if a bit of soap stings his eye.

In contrast to his "not bad looks but seems a bit of a dandy" appearance, he didn't have a girlfriend and he wasn't particularly fast with the ladies.

This morning I had a bit of a disagreement with my wife. I didn't think it was a big deal, but seeing what she's like this evening I think I must have upset her.

It is fairly safe to say that the family bound for Australia, or wherever it may be, has in its mind a vision of a nice house, or a flat, with maybe a bit of garden.

Geppetto did not have a penny in his pocket, so he made his son a little suit of flowered paper, a pair of shoes from the bark of a tree, and a tiny cap from a bit of dough.

Some species are probably not domesticable--the polar bear comes to mind--others, seemingly unlikely--like the alligator--are being farmed today, although keeping them confined has turned out to be a bit of a problem.

In this field you dig a hole and in the hole you bury a gold piece. After covering up the hole with earth you water it well, sprinkle a bit of salt on it, and go to bed. During the night, the gold piece sprouts, grows, blossoms, and next morning you find a beautiful tree, that is loaded with gold pieces.

I'm a bit of a groupie.
(Jerry Hall)

I have a bit of a rebellious nature.
(John Cusack)

Leave a bit of the tail to whisk off flies.
(Chinese proverb)

I think Australians like a bit of vulgarity.
(Julian Clary)

I think that politics needs a bit of spicing up.
(Nigel Farage)

I think it requires a bit of honesty, Swan Lake.
(Graeme Murphy)

The Wedding March has a bit of a death march in it.
(Brian May)

I was a complete loon, but I don't regret a bit of it.
(Rhona Mitra)

I got through my teen years by being a bit of a clown.
(Diane Cilento)

We've got a bit of growth a bit earlier than expected.
(Stuart Rose)

I, on the other hand, have a bit of a southern accent.
(Michael W. Smith)

Men will fight long and hard for a bit of colored ribbon.
(Napoleon Bonaparte)

A bit of fragrance clings to the hand that gives flowers.
(Chinese proverb)

A bit of lusting after someone does wonders for the skin.
(Elizabeth Hurley)

I'm a bit of a P. T. Barnum. I make stars out of everyone.
(Donald Trump)

I've got a bit of money in the bank. I'm quite comfortable.
(Paul Gascoigne)

I can't climb very seriously now but I was a bit of a freak.
(Robin Day)

He who tries a bit of everything accomplishes much of nothing.
(Portuguese proverb)

A soldier will fight long and hard for a bit of colored ribbon.
(Napoleon Bonaparte)

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