I found that the assorted Sushi pack was being sold at a 20% discount in the supermarket! Discount coupons weren’t being(1) handed out, but the clerk put on discount seals on the top of the package. There were 8 kinds. Tuna, shrimp, salmon roe, salmon, 2 kinds of squid, medium-fatty-tuna, omelet. The price was almost a 1/3 of the cost compared to going to a conveyor belt sushi restaurant.
If I were to go to an exclusive restaurant, it would cost 10 times more than at the supermarket. I bought the discount pack and was satisfied by the taste. They may be a little different from each other if I were compare the quality, but it’s not a problem for me, because Sushi is not my most favorite food. I (3) hang back from eating it so often. However, my boss might (4) blow his top if his wife were to (2) hand him over discount Sushi, because it’s his favorite food.
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Title: 20% discount
I found that assorted Sushi pack was 20% discount in the supermarket! The discount coupon didn’t (1) hand out, the clerk put on the discount seal on the top of the package. There were 8 kinds. Tuna, shrimp, salmon roe, salmon, 2kinds of squids, medium-fatty-tuna, omelet. The affordable price almost 1/3 compared with go to a conveyor belt sushi restaurant.
If I go to an exclusive restaurant, it’s 10 times higher than the supermarket. I bought the discount pack and I satisfied it’s delicious. The taste may be different a little if I compare the quality of those, but it’s no problem for me, because Sushi is not my most favorite food. I (3) hang back to eat it so often. However, my boss maybe (4) blows his top if his wife will (2) hand over discount Sushi, because it’s his favorite food.
(1) hand out: Distribute.
(e.g.) “Samples will be handed out at the end of the demonstration.”
(2)hand over: Give to someone in authority.
(e.g.) “The boy was forced to hand over the mobile phone he had stolen.”
(3)hang back: Be reluctant to do something.
(e.g.) “All the children rushed towards the clown except one boy who hung back.”
(4)blow your top: If you blow your top, you suddenly become very angry.
(e.g.) When my mother saw the state of the house after the party, she blew her top!
In this article, I try to appropriate use 4 phrasal verbs(No.1~4) in this article which I write my daily life and thoughts because I’m learning English. This is one of writing training.