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At the market

Today, we're going to buy some fresh fruit at the market. While the character in our dialog doesn't seem to know what he wants to buy, it's still a good chance for us to learn some useful expressions and measures.

In today's grammar, we continue to discuss adjectives and their various endings.


Dialog

Мужчина: Апельси´ны, пожа´луйста. Оди´н килогра´мм. И я´блоки. Два кило´.
Man: I'd like some oranges, please. One kilogram. And apples. Two kilo.
Продавщица: Хорошо´.
Saleslady: Okay.
Мужчина: Они´ сла´дкие?
Man: Are they sweet?
Продавщица: О´чень!
Saleslady: Very (sweet)!
Мужчина: А я не люблю´ сла´дкие...
Man: Well, I don't like sweet…
Продавщица: Ой, я хоте´ла сказа´ть: го´рькие! О´чень го´рькие!
Saleslady: Oh, I meant to say: bitter! Very bitter!
Мужчина: Тогда´ то´чно не на´до. И апельси´ны не на´до.
Man: Then definitely no (apples). And no oranges either.

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