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260) Talking about Shopping - Buying Food

I have to go to the supermarket to buy some food. (English)
(Awi)
Where is the nearest supermarket please? (English)
(Awi)
I'd like a loaf of white bread, please. (English)
(Awi)
Excuse me, where can I find dairy products? (English)
(Awi)
Three cups of yogurt, please. (English)
(Awi)
A carton of milk / orange juice, please. (English)
(Awi)
A quart of milk, please. (English)
(Awi)
How much are these? (English)
(Awi)
I'd like a head of cauliflower, please. (English)
(Awi)
One kilo of carrots, please. (English)
(Awi)
A bag of potatoes, please. (English)
(Awi)
One chicken, please. (English)
(Awi)
A dozen eggs, please. (English)
(Awi)
A box of spaghetti, please. (English)
(Awi)
A box of corn flakes, please. (English)
(Awi)
A box of chocolates, please. (English)
(Awi)
A jar of blueberry jam, please. (English)
(Awi)
A six-pack of soap and a twelve-pack of mineral water, please. (English)
(Awi)
Two bottles of spring water, please. (English)
(Awi)
A bottle of red wine, please. (English)
(Awi)
Four rolls of toilet paper, please. (English)
(Awi)
How much does it come to? (English)
(Awi)
How much is it? (English)
(Awi)
It's sixty-four dollars and thirty cents. (English)
(Awi)
Here's sixty-five dollars. Thank you. (English)
(Awi)
Have a nice day! (English)
(Awi)