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Stop asking me for a drink! Go get it yourself.
My shoes are too small. I need new ones.
It's a pity that you can't buy miracles like you would buy potatoes.
I have to get a new computer.
My mother bought two bottles of orange juice.
I think those who like the actors in the play won't lose anything by buying it.
I don't have any clothes for when I go clothes shopping.
When you're fed up with the school cafe you can buy something at Bellfa or eat at a family restaurant.
I buy the texts, but first I start writing the English sentences that come along without looking at them.
Apparently in this library are precious books that money can't buy.
"Buy a lottery ticket or something?" "Well, I don't think I've got much luck with gambling."
"Are you going to buy a lottery ticket?" "I don't think I'm lucky at gambling."
We're going to buy underwear. You're still not wearing underpants, are you?
On the way we dropped in at the shops and bought foodstuffs. They say well prepared means no worries.
If you go around the Internet, using half-width katakana in various places, eventually you're going to end up pissing off a lot of people.
I bought a red tie.
When I put 100 yen in and pressed the button to buy a coffee at the vending machine, four cans dropped down all at once!
Please buy a few apples.
You can buy it at newsstands.
If you can, get a sketchbook and a 4B pencil. You don't need such expensive art materials yet.

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