steve: we need to buy some beer too. where is
derek: they don't have beer in this
supermarket. we have to go to the liquor store.
steve: huh? they don't have beer. how can
derek: it's a state law. this state doesn't
allow supermarkets to sell beer. only in liquor stores.
steve: that's too strict. it's
derek: i know. i agree with you.
derek: excuse me. do you sell organic
employee: yes, we do. they're right in front
of you. the organic vegetables are marked with the blue label. here. do you
derek: sure. thank you. you should have a
sign. that way people could identify which are organic and which
employee: they're labeled on the packet,
derek: one more question.
employee: yes? d
erek: we need to buy some soy sauce. which
aisle is the soy sauce in?
employee: that would be in aisle 7, with the
condiments. it is right next to the ketchup.
derek: thank you. do you want paper or
steve: plastic bags.
derek: and do you want to drive
steve: what do you mean?
derek: we can have someone put the bags in
our trunk for us. we just drive up to that door over there.
steve: wow! that's convenient. but i think we
can take the groceries by ourselves.
derek: yes, our car is not parked far away.
i'll tell the cashier we don't want to drive up. it should be about ninety
dollars all together.
steve: here is one-hundred. i will go look at
the magazine rack, okay?
狄瑞克：好的，我们的车子没有停多远。 我告诉收银员不要这项服务，全部大概要 90