Give and receive advice as well as a gift & articles kein/keine VS ein/eine, nein VS nicht VS kein.
Paul is watching TV with his parents. They complain: Paul has no girlfriend, no good job and no money. He should get his act together. They give him a valuable book as a present in order to make his apartment more stylish. That confuses him: Why is the book valuable? And how valuable?
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