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matching #1 (permalink) Sun Nov 17, 2013 17:44 pm   matching
 

Hello!
I have to match the words and I don't know if I have done correctly.
1. two.....pints.....of semi-skimmed milk.
2. four....pots...of yoghurt.
3. two...packs.....of cheese slices.
4. one.....loaf.....of wholemeal bread.
5. one...bunch....of bananas.
6. half a pound of porridge oats.
7. two ...cartons ......of pure orange juice.
8. a..... jar......of strawberry jam.
9. one .....tin......of rice pudding.
10. one ....can....of Coke.
-Have I solved correctly, are there some mistakes or are there some other possible options?
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matching #2 (permalink) Sun Nov 17, 2013 17:59 pm   matching
 

What an odd little puzzle. You seem to have found the best possible options. I'd consider all those to be correct.
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