Going shopping
French writing exercise

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Annie and Nicolas discuss her upcoming trip to the shop.

Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise:
"to do a food shop [US: go grocery shopping]", "a list", "Bolognese sauce", "an onion", "a tomato", "basil", "a bottle", "of course", "spaghetti bolognese", "without", "nice (drink)", "see you in a bit".

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How the test works

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- Nicolas, I'm going to do a food shop [US: I'm going grocery shopping]. Do you need anything? - Yes, I have a list for you. I want to make my Bolognese sauce, so I would like two white onions, five big tomatoes and some basil. - There's also a bottle of wine on that list. - Yes, of course! We can't eat Bolognese spaghetti without a nice bottle of red wine! - I agree! I'm hungry now, see you in a bit!

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