En el mercado de frutas y verduras

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How much are these plums?

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      • How much are these plums?
      • Lettuce, asparagus and onions, please.
      • I'm sorry, we're out of potatoes.
      • Are those tomatoes fresh?
      • A kilo of oranges and a pumpking.
        singular, informal
      • I asked her to buy some onions and carrots for the salad.
      • Would you like some celery or cabbage?
        singular, formal
      • I'll take two peppers, please.
      • Are those pears ripe?
      • Three bananas, please.
      • I need some garlic and spinach for the pie.
      • I need some eggplants, courgettes and green peppers.
      • Where can I get some coconuts and pineapples?
      • Are you taking raspberries or blueberries?
        singular, formal
      • I'll take that small watermelon, please.
      • Mangoes and avocados are at a very convenient price.
      • Two kilos of grapefruit for the price of one.
      • I forgot to buy lemons and strawberries.
      • Do we have to buy any fruit?
      • We need some apples and almonds for the pie.
      • What do you prefer: sweet potatoes or brussel sprouts?
        singular, formal
      • Let's buy some grapes.
      • A: Look at those melons!
        singular, informal
      • A: I want one!
      • Vendedor: Anything else?
        singular, formal
      • Vendedor: Peas are really fresh today.
      • Vendedor: Do you like celery?
        singular, informal
      • Vendedor: It's very cheap.
      • Vendedor: What are you taking today?
        singular, informal
      • A: Butter and cheese.
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