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A1 beginner: At the shop

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

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Beginner: A1

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This sentence "Have you got cold ones ?"

lots of those phrases were new to me, but "Have you got cold one?" and shopkeeper were the most interesting ones.

Have you got cold ones?
That’s one pound sixty change

Shopkeeper
Have you got a cold ones

For me one phrases is new and more interesting than other. I have mean phrases "there's ...1.60 change" When I have learned english in school and courses we didn't use phrases like that. Phrases what we used sounded more like "this is ...1.60 change" "this is your change".

Have you got cold ones?
there’s £1.60 change.

New phrases :
1-Have you got cold ones?
2-there’s £1.60 change.

For me this sentence is new: "How much is this magazine?". I thought that the only way to ask about a price is "How much does this magazine cost?".

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