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52 [fifty-two]

In the department store

In the department store

52 [fifty-two]

In the department store

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Shall we go to the department store? Sha-l we go -o---- -epa-tmen----o-e? Shall we go to the department store? S-a-l w- g- t- t-e d-p-r-m-n- s-o-e- ------------------------------------ Shall we go to the department store? 0
I have to go shopping. I--av--t- -o-s-o-p--g. I have to go shopping. I h-v- t- g- s-o-p-n-. ---------------------- I have to go shopping. 0
I want to do a lot of shopping. I-w-n- t- -o ----t------op--n-. I want to do a lot of shopping. I w-n- t- d- a l-t o- s-o-p-n-. ------------------------------- I want to do a lot of shopping. 0
Where are the office supplies? W-ere-are---e --fi-----pp-ie-? Where are the office supplies? W-e-e a-e t-e o-f-c- s-p-l-e-? ------------------------------ Where are the office supplies? 0
I need envelopes and stationery. I ne-- e---lope--a---s--t------. I need envelopes and stationery. I n-e- e-v-l-p-s a-d s-a-i-n-r-. -------------------------------- I need envelopes and stationery. 0
I need pens and markers. I-------en- and m----r-. I need pens and markers. I n-e- p-n- a-d m-r-e-s- ------------------------ I need pens and markers. 0
Where is the furniture? Wh-re -s th- -ur-it---? Where is the furniture? W-e-e i- t-e f-r-i-u-e- ----------------------- Where is the furniture? 0
I need a cupboard and a chest of drawers. I--e-d-----pboard---d ---h--t ---draw-rs. I need a cupboard and a chest of drawers. I n-e- a c-p-o-r- a-d a c-e-t o- d-a-e-s- ----------------------------------------- I need a cupboard and a chest of drawers. 0
I need a desk and a bookshelf. I-n------des- -n- a--oo--he--. I need a desk and a bookshelf. I n-e- a d-s- a-d a b-o-s-e-f- ------------------------------ I need a desk and a bookshelf. 0
Where are the toys? W---e a---th--toys? Where are the toys? W-e-e a-e t-e t-y-? ------------------- Where are the toys? 0
I need a doll and a teddy bear. I--e-d ---o------ --tedd---ear. I need a doll and a teddy bear. I n-e- a d-l- a-d a t-d-y b-a-. ------------------------------- I need a doll and a teddy bear. 0
I need a football and a chess board. I --ed a-fo---all--n- --c-ess---ar-. I need a football and a chess board. I n-e- a f-o-b-l- a-d a c-e-s b-a-d- ------------------------------------ I need a football and a chess board. 0
Where are the tools? W-e-e a-- --- -o-ls? Where are the tools? W-e-e a-e t-e t-o-s- -------------------- Where are the tools? 0
I need a hammer and a pair of pliers. I----- a----mer-----a-pa-- o- plie--. I need a hammer and a pair of pliers. I n-e- a h-m-e- a-d a p-i- o- p-i-r-. ------------------------------------- I need a hammer and a pair of pliers. 0
I need a drill and a screwdriver. I--e---a--rill --- a---rewd--ver. I need a drill and a screwdriver. I n-e- a d-i-l a-d a s-r-w-r-v-r- --------------------------------- I need a drill and a screwdriver. 0
Where is the jewellery / jewelry (am.) department? W---- ----h- --w---e-y --j--e----------d---r---n-? Where is the jewellery / jewelry (am.) department? W-e-e i- t-e j-w-l-e-y / j-w-l-y (-m-) d-p-r-m-n-? -------------------------------------------------- Where is the jewellery / jewelry (am.) department? 0
I need a chain and a bracelet. I n-ed-a cha-n-a-d a --a-----. I need a chain and a bracelet. I n-e- a c-a-n a-d a b-a-e-e-. ------------------------------ I need a chain and a bracelet. 0
I need a ring and earrings. I need - ri-- -nd---rri-g-. I need a ring and earrings. I n-e- a r-n- a-d e-r-i-g-. --------------------------- I need a ring and earrings. 0

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