46: Ich brauch’ Obst, Gemüse und Fleisch | I need fruit, vegetables, and meat

Grocery shopping, measurements, weight & sentence structure, subordinate clause.

Paul is sick. He’s doing his grocery shopping in the supermarket. After that, he wants to go home, take sleeping pills, and write a message to his boss about his sick leave. Things are not going well at work at the moment. He should work more and play less detective. So he wants to give up trying to find his lost book by himself and go to the police instead. And he wants to call Grandpa tomorrow. He thinks whether he should tell him that the book was stolen. Will Paul really confess to Grandpa that he lost the book, and break his heart in doing so?

Transcript, lesson and extras: german-stories.com/46-ich-brauch-obst-gemuese-und-fleisch-grocery-sub-clause

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