In this video Gemma goes to the shop. What's she going to buy? 

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OF course is that everything

This is full. I have clear because former comment and reply is good. Please correction my sentence. I have never write comment this page. Thanks!

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Hi all

Just wondering if it is just me but the videos on this site do not seem to be working....

I just get a small flickering circle in the middle of the (video) window....

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Hi Gotanno,

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Peter

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Could anyone help me,please?Top Sounds: What does it mean?

I think that Top Sound was the name of the magazine

Thank you Dito980 for your help.

Hello doxa1956

I'm afraid I can't say for sure without knowing the context, but it could be that 'top' means 'best' here. The word 'top' is often used in the title of a list of some sort, e.g. 'The top 10 songs of 2018' or 'The top 5 places to visit in Kalamata'.

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Kirk

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Thanks Kirk for the immediate reply. I do understand the meaning of "top" but in this video Gemma asks the shopkeeper: "How much is this magazine?" and the shopkeeper says "Let's see...Top Sounds,that's £1.99".It doesn't make sense.

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