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    Types of shops

    Choose the correct answer, please. Which shop is the most suitable in each gap (*)?

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    1. She is looking for that famous novel at the .

    2. Do you know where the nearest is to buy salmon?

    3. Sorry, I can't go with you, because my wet and dirty suit is still at the

    4. Today is my grandmother's B-day and I'd love to buy her favourite camomile at the .

    5. It's very easy for us to cook fresh meatballs as the is 2 minutes from my house.

    6. You must go to the and buy all the medicines that are in your prescription.

    7. I must go to the and complain about these black bananas.

    8. You can buy any product of this list without tax in in our airport.

    9. He had to go to a to repair the damage on the roof.

    10. We could buy anything we wanted at any time it was suitable for us in that .

    11. I have never seen so many antiquarian items than in a .

    12. Let's go for a shopping to the ; there we can find everything to be prepared for a party.

    13. There was no fresh bread at the and I bought yesterday's one.

    14. Don't forget to go to a to buy some food for your rabbits.

    15. Our local is not that big, but there you'll find almost everything.

    16. Our 1st anniversary is tomorrow and I would like to visit a to buy a little present.

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