Where to go shopping?

Look at these photographs. Where can you buy these products?


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In the first picture, we can see many pairs of jeans. We can buy jeans at the following places: a targ, a supermarket, a clothes shop, a shopping centre, jeans stockist, a duty-free shop, Jean's general store, and a high-street shop. We have a possibility to buy jeans online, for example, on online auctions like eBay or allegro, and on/at online shops. if you are a seller, you can buy many items, including jeans, in quantity to resale. You can buy them from wholesalers, manufacturers, distributors or other suppliers, and other licensed dealers.
In the second picture, we can see meat. Meat is really unpleasent view for me. You can buy meat at bucher's/bucher's shop or at a farmer's market.
In the third picture, we can see fruit and vegetables that you can buy at greengrocer's, a supermarket, a shopping centre, a grocery store/grocer's, a general store, at/on farmer's market, and on a targ. I recommend to buy fruit and vegetables directly from the farmer. If you are seller you can buy them from fruit and vegetable growers, dealers, distributors and wholesalers.

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In the first picture, we can see many pairs of jeans. We can buy jeans at the following places: a targ,  supermarket,  clothes shop,  shopping centre, jeans stockist,  duty-free shop, Jean's general store, and a high-street shop. We have a possibility to buy jeans online, for example, on online auctions like eBay or allegro, and on/at online shops. if you are a seller, you can buy many items, including jeans, in quantity to resale. You can buy them from wholesalers, manufacturers, distributors or other suppliers, and other licensed dealers. In the second picture, we can see meat. Meat is really unpleasent view for me. You can buy meat at bucher's/bucher's shop or at a farmer's market. In the third picture, we can see fruit and vegetables that you can buy at greengrocer's,  supermarket,  shopping centre,  grocery store/grocer's,  general store, at/on farmer's market, and on a targ. I recommend to buy fruit and vegetables directly from the farmer. If you are seller you can buy them from fruit and vegetable growers, dealers, distributors and wholesalers.

There is no need to write 'a' when writing a list. The coma (,) replaces this letter.

What is a targ?

Souriante

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PL targ = EN market, fair, farmer's market....

I used the word "targ" incorrectly ...thanks for your correction and your remark:))

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In the first picture, we can see many pairs of jeans. We can buy jeans at the following places: a targ, a supermarket, a clothes shop, a shopping centre (center), jeans stockist, a duty-free shop, Jean's general (specialty?) store, and a high-street (?) shop. We have a possibility to buy jeans online, for example, on online auctions like eBay or allegro, and on/at online shops. if you are a seller, you can buy many items, including jeans, in large quantities to resellale. You can buy them from wholesalers, manufacturers, distributors or other suppliers, and other licensed dealers.


In the second picture, we can see meat. Meat is has a really unpleasent view for me. You can buy meat at butcher's/butcher's shop or at a farmer's market.


In the third picture, we can see fruit and vegetables that you can buy at greengrocer's, a supermarket, a shopping centre, a grocery store/grocer's, a general store, at/on a farmer's market, and on a targ. I recommend to buy buying fruit and vegetables directly from the farmer. If you are a seller you can buy them from fruit and vegetable growers, dealers, distributors and wholesalers.

Excellent job!  I also abhor the site of meat and worse yet to touch dead flesh. Ugh!

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In the first picture, we can see many pairs of jeans. We can buy jeans at the following places: an outdoor market, a supermarket, a clothes shop, a shopping centre, a jeans supplier, a duty-free shop, a general jeans store, and a shopping-street shop. We can buy jeans online, for example, on online auctions like eBay or allegro, and on/at online shops. if you are a seller, you can buy many items, including jeans, in quantity for resale. You can buy them from wholesalers, manufacturers, distributors or other suppliers, and other licensed dealers. In the second picture, we can see meat. Meat is really unpleasent view for me (I do not like to see pictures of meat). You can buy meat at a butcher's/butcher's shop or at a farmer's market.In the third picture, we can see fruit and vegetables that you can buy at greengrocer's, a supermarket, a shopping centre, a grocery store/grocer's, a general store, at/on a farmer's market, and at an outdoor market. I recommend that you buy fruit and vegetables directly from the farmer. If you are a seller, you can buy produce from fruit and vegetable growers, dealers, distributors and wholesalers.

A very complete picture of buying and selling. I think "targ" is an outdoor market. I recommend using "active voice" to "passive voice" - it is easier and sounds better.:)

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In the first picture, we can see many pairs of jeans. We can buy jeans at the following places: a targ, a supermarket, a clothes shop, a shopping centre, jeans stockist, a duty-free shop, Jean's general store, and a high-street shop. We can buy jeans online, for example, on online auctions like eBay or allegro, and on online shops. if you are a seller, you can buy many items, including jeans, in quantity to resale them. You can buy them from wholesalers, manufacturers, distributors or other suppliers, and other licensed dealers. In the second picture, we can see meat. Meat is a really unpleasent view for me. You can buy meat at a butcher's shop or at a farmer's market. In the third picture, we can see fruit and vegetables that you can buy at a greengrocer's, a supermarket, a shopping centre, a grocery store/grocer's, a general store, at a farmer's market, and at a targ. I recommend to buy fruit and vegetables directly from the farmer. If you are a seller you can buy them from fruit and vegetable growers, dealers, distributors and wholesalers.

A lot of information, well done.

R

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In the first picture, we can see many pairs of jeans. We can buy jeans at the following places: a (targ?? Target??), a supermarket [or department store clothing department], [a clothing store], a clothes shop, a shopping centere, jeans stockist, a duty-free shop, jean's general store, [and/or] a high-street shop. We have the a possibility to buy jeans online, for example, at on online auctions like eBay or Allegro, and on/at online shops. if you are a seller, you can buy many items, including jeans, in quantity to resale. You can buy them from wholesalers, manufacturers, distributors or other suppliers, and other licensed dealers. In the second picture, we can see meat. Meat is really unpleasant to look at view for me. You can buy meat at a [(supermarket/department store) meat department/deli/butcher's/butcher's shop] or at a farmer's market. In the third picture, we can see fruit and vegetables that you can buy at a greengrocer's, a supermarket [or department store fruits and vegetables or produce section], a shopping centere, a grocery store/grocer's, a general store, at/on a farmer's market, and at on a (targ?? Target??). I recommend to buying fruits and vegetables directly from the farmer. If you are [the/a] seller, you can buy them from fruit and vegetable growers, dealers, distributors and wholesalers.

Very good. This is one of the best assignments on this exercise I've ever read. I do not know what a targ is, however. I searched for it online to no avail. did you mean Target? As I have taught you, in the USA, we have many different spellings than the British as part of our show of independence from them. As a result of that, many words that they spell with an ending of "-re" are spelled ending in "-er" in English, such as theatre to theater and centre to center. So we would spell it "shopping center", but it is not wrong to spell it "shopping centre" if you know you're addressing mainly non-American English speakers. Stockists are mostly only in Australia and possibly India. Duty-free shops are not found in America either, for the most part, as far as I know. I think general stores are mostly a thing of the past in the USA, although there are still several of them around, mostly in rural areas, I believe. This is due to the trend sweeping the nation that is to build large supermarkets, huge department stores and combined supermarket department stores. Many general stores cannot compete in populated areas where these types of stores exist. So we woulde mostly get our jeans from the clothing department of a supermarket or a department store. There are stores that we have that we would call clothing stores where you would buy jeans. Clothes shops are generally smaller and we don't use that term in the USA as much as it is used elsewhere, as far as I know. Also, as far as I know, jeans itself is not a brand name, so there is no need to capitalize it unless it is part of a brand name, like Lee's Jeans, or Levi Jeans. Also, it is not usually possessive as far as I know, and even then, if it were, the apostrophe (') would go after the "s", since "jeans", like "pants", "trousers", "knickers", "shorts", "trunks" and "slacks" are all plural in English. "The jeans' zipper is broken." "The jeans' knees were ripped out on all ten pairs." The first sentence was one pair of jeans and the second was ten pairs. A high-street shop for the most part is a UK term and not used in the USA. You want to use the definite article "the" in "We have the possibility to buy jeans online" because you are specifying what the specific possibility that you have is, not just referring in general to "a" possibility. It's "at" online auctions" and "at online shops", not "on". Allegro is a name that is title capped (starts with a capital letter). Meat is really "unpleasant to look at" for me, not meat is really "unpleasent view" for me. Remember that "unpleasant" ends with "-ant", not "-ent". You need to say "You can buy meat at "a" supermarket meat department or a department store meat department, or a deli, or a butcher's or butcher's shop. You are generally saying you can get meat at one of those places. Like I said, in the USA, supermarkets, department stores, and huge department store/supermarket/super stores are taking over all the business for the most part. Butcher shops and butchers are pretty much a thing of the past or quickly becoming so. Most people get their meat here in the meat department of one of these huge stores. But in the big cities, especially the older ones, there may still be some butcher shops and there are still some delis (delicatessens) where you can buy different types of meat. I am glad you said a farmer's market, because that definitely is still an option even here in the USA. There are also swap meets that are similar to farmer's markets. The term greengrocer's is pretty much strictly a British and Australian term, and other non-American English speaking places term. In the USA, you can, as I said get fruits and vegetables at a supermarket or department store/supermarket produce department. Sometimes it is called the fruit and vegetable section, the fruits and vegetable section or the fruits and vegetables section. You want to say "I recommend buying fruits and vegetables", not "I recommend to buy fruit and vegetables". If we pluralize "vegetables", we also always pluralize "fruits". You need to say at the end "If you are a seller" or "If you are the seller". As always, "a" is a more general way of saying if you are "a" seller, but "the" would mean if you were "the" seller is some specific situation. You need a comma after "seller" there, though, because that is the end of a phrase before the nest one begins.