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  • What do you have for vegetables today? We have lettuce, squash, spinach, carrots, beets, string beans, tomatoes, and turnips.
  • Are the tomatoes fresh?
  • All these vegetables came in this morning.
  • They are all fresh.
  • How much do you ask for the tomatoes? Ten cents a quart.
  • Let me have two quarts.
  • Don’t give me those green ones.
  • I want to use them right away.
  • How much do you ask for the lettuce? Five cents a bunch.
  • I’ll have three bunches.
  • Do you wish for any fruit today?
  • Do you have anything that is fresh? Our peaches are ripe and fresh.
  • I don’t think I’ll have any peaches this morning.
  • They are not good at this season.
  • Would you like some bananas?
  • How much are they?
  • These are fifteen cents a dozen.
  • Those are twenty cents a dozen.
  • I’ll have half a dozen of the twentycent ones.
  • We have some good watermelons today.
  • They are sweet and large.
  • How do you sell them?
  • We sell them for fifty cents each.
  • I’ll put one in the icebox if you wish.
  • Let me have that one there.
  • Will you take them with you, or shall.
  • I send them to the house?
  • I’ll take the tomatoes and the lettuce with me.
  • You can send the others with the water melon about eleven o’clock.
  • Are the peanuts hot?
  • Yes, they are.
  • Give me one pint.
  • How do you sell your oranges?
  • We have different kinds of oranges.
  • Twenty five, thirty-five, fifty, and sixty cents a dozen.
  • They are large and juicy.
  • I’ll have one dozen of the fifty cent ones.
  • Do you keep any lemons here?
  • Yes, we do.
  • Three for ten cents, and five cents apiece.
  • Let me have three for ten cents.
  • Do you sell bananas by the bunch?
  • I need them for the picnic tomorrow.
  • How many bunches do you want?
  • Four bunches.
  • I can sell you four bunches for eleven dollars.
  • Do you sell candy here?
  • Yes.
  • This is a confectionery and fruit store.
  • We keep candy, chewinggums, ice-creams, sodas, cigars, and cigarettes.
  • How do you sell your chocolates?
  • Do you want them in boxes, or by the pound?
  • How much are these a pound?
  • These are thirty cents a pound.
  • Give me half a pound of these, and half a pound of those.
  • What drinks do you have?
  • Ice-cream sodas of all flavors, pineapple, lemon, orange, ginger , strawberry, coffee, coca cola, chocolate, grape, peach, and cherry.
  • I’ll have a lemon ice-cream soda.
  • What will you have?
  • I’ll have a plate of ice-cream with strawberries on it.
  • Is there anything else you wish to have? I want a pound of assorted chocolates, a quart of ice-cream, a pound of figs, and half a pound of salted peanuts.

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