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Today's Lesson
PURCHASE   購入する、購入品、購入


  • To purchase (verb) something is to buy it.

    A purchase (noun) is something that you buy or an act of buying something.
  • 動詞の purchase は、何かを購入する、という意味です。

    名詞の purchase は、購入する物、または、何かを購入することをさします。



  1. Have you thought about purchasing an air purifier for the office?
  2. (calling an office supply store)
    I'd like to purchase some boxes for storing files. What kind do you carry?
  3. Shipping is free when you make a purchase of $25 or more.
  4. Because most people in the city use public transportation, department stores will usually deliver large purchases to a customer's home for a small charge.
  5. Sure, the cost of a laptop computer has been dropping, but it's still a major purchase.
  6. When people ask me how to get their personal spending under control, the first thing I tell them is to limit their credit card purchases.
  7. Save 50% on the purchase of any size package of Berlitz-It-Up Oriental Spice Mix.
  8. For a chance to win an all-expense-paid trip for two to exotic Bangkok, just send proof of purchase along with your name and address to Berlitz-It-Up Oriental Spice Mix Sweepstakes, 310 Centralia Parkway...
  9. The warranty is good for a period of one year from the date of purchase.

英会話レッスンTake care!