A - Z Game: things sold or purchased by weight, volume or length
I love these A-Z games and didn't see one on the topic of things that are sold or purchased by weight, volume or length.
(Just for fun, but not necessary, you could also list the current price for the item in your area of the world!)
So .....here we go!
I will start with a Spanish word that begins with "A", then you post a Spanish word that starts with "B", then "C" and so on. Please include an English translation of your Spanish word.
A = (el) azúcar = sugar
(Sold by weight, approximately $2 USD for 5 pounds in Minnesota, EEUU)
I hope that you enjoy this game!
Please click on NEWEST to see the last word posted
Hierro: aproximadamente $500 la tonelada
Iron: approximately $500 per metric ton.
Índigo: $4.50 la onza
Indigo: $4.50 per ounce.
Dulces -- candy ($5-6 per pound for good chocolate)
Cerezas - cherries.
We don't do pounds anymore, we do grams & kilos, although the last box I bought was 450 grams, commonly known as 1 pound ! I think they cost me £2.
. uranio = uranium
Price of uranium
T -- titanio -- titanium
ópalo - opal
xileno=xylene maybe already used I believe it is a liquid
sorry about the misspelling.trying to get out of the house too fast
Espinaca -- spinach ($3 per pound)
Jazmín en extracto: $5 la onza
Jasmine extract: $5 per ounce.
néctar=nectar, any delicious drink
madera contrachapada - plywood
L -- Lechuga -- lettuce