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$.98 each or per pound?

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Description: Ryan tells Kai how much some fruit costs.
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1. How much do the mangoes cost?
2. How much do the apples cost?
3. How much do the bananas cost?
4. How much do the lemons cost?
5. How much do the grapefruit cost?
6. How much do the grapes cost?
7. Does Kai like grapefruit?
Hey, Kai.
Hi.
Let me tell you how much this fruit costs.
OK.

Do you like mangos?
Yeah.
These mangos cost $.99 each.

Do you like apples?
Yeah.
These apples cost $.98 a pound.

Kai, do you like bananas?
Yeah.
These bananas cost $1.49 a pound.

Do you like lemons?
Yeah.
These lemons are $.50 each.

Kai, do you like grapefruit?
Uh, not so much.
These grapefruit are $.99 each.

Kai, do you like grapes?
Yeah.
These grapes are $2.99 a pound.
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