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2012年05月28日

Learn English with EnglishPod101.com! You look at your watch and shake your head to yourself. You mumble to yourself in English, “I was only going to be in here for ten minutes to pick up one item, but now look at my full cart! I’m never shopping on an empty stomach again.” The person across the aisle from you hears you and responds in English, “Seriously…just look at my cart! My cart is full of cookies, ice cream, and other snacks. In the future, I’m going to shop after lunch, before I get hungry!” You respond in English, “That won’t work for me. I will have to come first thing in the morning when I’m too tired to want to eat!”

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