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Lemon Dog’s Lucky Day 2

Lemon Dog’s Lucky Day  (перевод в всплывающих подсказках)
Part 2
(Continued from part 1)

Lemon Dog finds his keys and gets into his car….

On his way to the store he has to get through a long line of traffic.
Luckily, his car is souped up and he gets through fast!
When he gets to the grocery store he goes to the fruit and vegetable aisle.
He looks at the shelf of beautiful, sexy, delicious lemons.
He can tell they are loaded with lots of juice.
He fills his shopping cart with 36,001 plump, juicy lemons.
He pushes his cart up to the cashier in the check-out line.
She is used to him buying lots of lemons but not thousands of them!
She rings up his bill on the cash register and it totals $53,000,000. $53,000,000!!! — Oh No, says Lemon Dog, — I don’t have enough cash!  Lemon Dog is very upset, he doesn’t know how to deal with it.  
But, it is his lucky day.
The cashier has a crush on him.
She thinks he is beautiful, sexy, and delicious.
She says “I like you Lemon Dog.
If you invite me to your party, I’ll make up the difference.
Great, — says Lemon Dog, — you’re invited!
He pays $40,000,000 and she pays $13,000,000.
Lemon Dog leaves with his lemons and gives the cashier his telephone number. “Call me!” he says as he smiles and leaves the store….
 
MS
 
souped up means fast powerful extra  
When he gets to the grocery store, he goes to the fruit and vegetable aisle, he doesn’t go to the milk and cheese aisle, he doesn’t go to the bread aisle.  
The lemons aren’t ugly, they’re beautiful  
Are the lemons plump or are they skinny? The lemons are plump they’re not skinny  
He pushes his cart up to the saleswoman. Cashier means saleswoman  
Does he bring his cart up to the cashier? Yes, sort of. He brings his cart up to the cashier.  
register is a machine, it’s the machine for totaling the bill.  
How to cope with it? He doesn’t know what to do about it.  
make up the difference means she’ll pay for the rest of the lemons  

Vocabulary

on his way: while traveling, during travel
get through, gets through: to complete something, to finish something
souped up: change something to make it faster or more powerful
aisle: row (ряд)
delicious: tasty (вкусный), yummy, appealing
loaded with: full of, having a lot
plump: fat, full
up to: near, next to
cashier: teller, clerk (кассир, клерк)
check-out line: a line of people waiting to pay
used to: accustomed to (привыкший)
rings up: add up costs, total (сложить стоимость)
cash: money
deal with: to take action about something
crush on: to like or love, to be romantically attracted to
make up the difference: pay for part of the cost, pay for the remainder
 
Проверьте себя как вы усвоили урок
 
закончить что-то
 
по пути следования
 
должен сделать что-то хорошо
 
вкусный, привлекательный
 
торговый ряд
 
наполненные чем -то
 
сочные
 
очередь к кассе
 
выставить общий счет
 
предпринять действия
 
наличные
 
оплатить часть расходов
 
привыкший
 
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