Bubba’s Food Vocabulary
the things that people or animals eat
nặng, cân nặng
to have a heaviness of a stated amount
pet store (n)
cửa hàng vật nuôi
a retail business which sells different kinds of animals, pet food, animal supplies, and pet accessories
money paid to the government that is based on your income or the cost of goods or services you have bought
get home (phrasal verb)
to go home
credit card (n)
thẻ tín dụng
a small plastic card that you use to buy things now and pay for them later
convenience store (n)
cửa hàng tiện lợi
a shop that sells food, drinks, etc. and is usually open until late
đơn vị đo lường ga-lông
a unit for measuring an amount of liquid, especially petrol or water
a container made of paper, plastic, or cloth, used for carrying or storing things
to stay where you are or delay doing something until somebody/something comes or something happens
wanting or needing food
a large flat object that you open when you want to enter or leave a building
someone’s son or daughter of any age
your male child
đơn vị đo lường Pao
a unit for measuring weight
a unit for measuring weight in the metric system, containing 1000 grams
the amount that you get when you add several numbers or things together
to give money to someone for a product or service
to get something by paying money for it
get a good deal (phrase)
/ɡet ə ɡʊd dil/
mua hàng với giá hời, giá rẻ
to get goods with a very cheap price
Sara Smith, who lives in San Francisco, went shopping for cat food.
Sara is 30, and lives at 3037 Market St. She has lived there since 1990. Sara is married. She is married to a man named John. She has been married for 7 years.
They have two children, and one very big cat. Their son Bob is five years old and their daughter Nancy is three. Their cat, Bubba, is 2 years old. Bubba is huge. He weighs 258 pounds (117 kilos)!
Effortless English – BubbaAt 9am, Sara got into her car and drove to the pet store. She bought 68 bags of cat food for $10 each plus tax. The regular price was $15, so she got a good deal. The total was $680. She paid by credit card.
On her way home, Sara stopped at a convenience store to buy milk. Bubba loves milk. The milk was $3.00 for one gallon, and Sara bought 30 gallons. She paid $100 and got $10 back in change.
Sara got home at 11 a.m. Bubba was waiting at the door. He was very hungry.