I've got a few errands to do in town.
I have a few errands to do in the town.
I have no time to run errands for him.
I would have preferred not to schlep all the way over there to run an errand.
The boy quickly went on an errand with money clasped in his hands.
My mother asked me to go on an errand — she wanted me to buy some food.
Then the aspiring reporter may break into newspaper work as a copyboy， running errands and helping staff reporters.
Then the a iring reporter may break into new aper work as a copyboy, ru ing errands and helping staff reporters.
Are you sending me on a fool’s errand again? The last time you sent me to get tickets, the play wasn’t even on.
Mechanics and tradesmen who come in person to the forest on no other errand, are sure to attend the wood auction, and even pay a high price for the privilege of gleaning after the woodchopper.
Who wants to do an errand for me?
I got to run a...quick little errand.
… … 有个小办。
Oh. Can somebody not run the errand for you?
No, I had to run an errand.
Oh, no. I'm gonna do some errands, actually.
This is always when I do my errands.
This is a traveling slash running errands look.
He left work to do a personal errand...
I've got a bunch of errands to run.
Uh, Daddy's got to run a quick errand.
That was your errand? You're birthing a horse?
Say, I like walk down the street, run some errands.
I need to run a few errands to buy supplies.
I'll do my errands on Sunday.
I've got a few errands to do in the town.
Hi, Jay! Claire was just about to go run an errand!
杰 你好 克莱尔去办点！
If I do some errands, will you give me a bigger allowance?
I've got errands to... run. I've got errands to run.
Hey, Mom, didn't you say you had some errands to run?
You and Mark are gonna run a few errands for me.