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Lesson 76 - I brought you an apple.
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Richard : Hey, how did you get here?
Jennifer : I rode my bike.
Richard : Are you serious? Why did you do that? I could have picked you up.
Jennifer : That's OK, I didn't want to bother you. I know you don't like to wake up early.
Richard : That's so nice of you. Aren't you cold?
Jennifer : No, not really. I wore a coat.
Richard : What's in the bag?
Jennifer : It's a special type of apple.
Richard : Oh. Can I try one? It's very sweet.
Jennifer : I put sugar on it. These apples are really good. They were only 30 cents each.
Richard : Aren't those more expensive than the ones at the supermarket?
Jennifer : Yeah, they're more expensive, but they taste better.
Richard : Did you buy any other fruit?
Jennifer : Well, besides the apples, I bought oranges and bananas.

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