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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #3116: Where can you buy these things?
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Food [Change theme]
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    Where can you buy these things?


    Where can you buy these things?



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    1. There we can buy something that French people like, bread : at the .

    2. The baker often sells pastries too ; in this case his shop can also be called a .

    3. A very important food that brings us proteins, meat, is bought at the .

    4. Children love , where candies are sold.

    5. A place, often in a farm, where we can buy milk, cheese and cream is a .

    6. In a , we can find food that is not sold everywhere, for example rare spices, cocoa or food for a diet.

    7. If we need fish or seafood, we go to a .

    8. At a , we can buy any food we want.

    9. When we have guests at home, we like offering them good wines : we also go in a .

    10. We must go to a when we like good fruits and vegetables.

    11. A is a place, indoor or outdoor, where we can buy food directly from the producer.

    12. All people go to the to buy usual produces we need because it's cheaper there.









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