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Lesson 23 - Groceries - Exercise 9
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Interviewer: Excuse me. Virginia: Hello. Interviewer: What do you have in the bag? Virginia: I have groceries, strawberries, and milk, and... Interviewer: Can you show us just one thing, and tell us what it is? Virginia: How about some lettuce? Interviewer: Okay. And what is that? Virginia: Lettuce. Interviewer: Got it? Cameraman: (does not speak, but gives an OK sign, like this):
groceries (noun): meat, fruits, vegetables, dairy products (milk, for example) and supplies for the home in general.
What has the cameraman got?
A good picture of the lettuce.
A head of lettuce and some strawberries.
What does the interviewer mean when he asks "Got it?" ?
Have you got a good picture of the lettuce?
Have you got a head of lettuce?
Have you got any groceries?
Virginia asks "How about some lettuce?". This is the same as asking:
Do you want to see the lettuce, for example?
Do you like vegetables?
What are you doing?
The interviewer asks Virginia
to show us one grocery item.
why she buys lettuce.
why she is shopping.
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