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Part 2: At the Market Place in Ashdod
Anna: This is a beautiful chair.
Helena: This is a beautiful chair. How much does it cost?
Vendor: This is an antique chair. This is a good chair. Please. The chair costs 100 NIS.
Helena: 100 NIS!!! Why?
Vendor: This is an antique chair. This is an antique and expensive chair.
Boris: Here is a cheap chair.
Vendor: Please. A new and chep chair.
Michael: How much does the chair cost?
Vendor: 30 NIS.
Michael: Good. We want four chairs.
Vendor: Which chair do you want? A white chair? A black chair? A red chair?
Michael: One white chair, one black chair, one red chair and...
Helena: Michael, Michael, we need chairs, but...
Vendor: Please, four new chairs.
Mechael: How much do four chairs cost?
Vendor: 120 NIS.