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Supermarket Lesson

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Supermarkets are also called markets or grocery stores. Shoppers go to a supermarket to buy food, drinks, paper goods, and laundry detergent. Supermarkets are usually in large one-story buildings. Free parking and rolling shopping carts make shopping for groceries easy. Supermarkets are often in shopping malls. Some shoppers use coupons to save money on their grocery bill. (5 pages)



  • Supermarkets sell food, drinks, and paper goods.

  • Almost all supermarkets are in large single story buildings.

  • Supermarkets are also called grocery stores.


Woman Cutting Out Coupons


  • Coupons offer discounts for items you buy.

  • The Sunday newspaper has many grocery store coupons.

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