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Is there a book store in the hotel?
He dropped in at the bookstore.
I often go to the bookstore.
This bookstore stopped selling JUMP.
He dropped in at a bookstore.
There is a bookstore in front of my house.
PolishPrzed moim domem jest księgarnia.
Let's walk to the bookstore.
The bookstore across from the station is very large.
I entered the bookstore on the way.
FrenchEn chemin j'entrais dans la librairie.
GermanUnterwegs bin ich bei einer Buchhandlung vorbeigegangen.
The book shop also looks like it closes late.
There is a bookstore just 'round the corner.
SpanishHay una librería justo en la esquina.
The downstairs was rented to a bookseller.
I found the book at that bookstore by chance.
You can't get this at any bookseller's.
PolishTego nie dostanie się w żadnej księgarni.
There used to be a bookstore on that corner.
He has a bookstore in the center of the city.
I met an old friend of mine at a bookshop yesterday.
Every time he goes out, he drops in at the bookstore.
FrenchChaque fois qu'il sort, il passe dans une librairie.
Every day I waited for her at the bookstore after school.
FrenchJe l'attendais tous les jours à la librairie après l'école.
Many high school students hang around at book stores reading comics.
The bookseller charged me ten dollars for the book.
I used to drop in at the bookstore on my way home.
A bookstore in that location wouldn't make enough money to survive.
FrenchUne librairie à cet endroit ne ferait pas assez d'argent pour survivre.
For the time being I want to work at that bookstore.
I intended to go straight back home, but I sort of wandered inside a bookstore.
GermanIch hatte vorgehabt, ohne Umweg nach Hause zu gehen, aber meine Füße trugen mich irgendwie in die Buchhandlung.

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