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Can you please check these few sentences? Thank you.

1)I insert a 50-cent coin into the trolley and I do my shopping.
2)I need to buy 200 grammes cooked ham and 150 grammes of raw ham.
3)Then I need to go to the counter of sliced meats and salami and then to that of fruits and vetegables.
In the winter I go bobsledding and sledging with my brother.
4) I always put everything I need in a trolley or a plastic basket.
How do you call the shopping card?

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    I can tell you have a British teacher. :-)

    "1)I insert a 50-cent coin into the trolley and I do my shopping."

    Ok


    "2)I need to buy 200 grammes cooked ham and 150 grammes of raw ham."

    200 grammes OF cooked ham

    "3)Then I need to go to the counter of sliced meats and salami and then to that of fruits and vetegables."

    I assume this means to say
    "Then I need to go to the sliced meats counter and buy salami and then go to the fruits and vegetables counter." There usually wouldn't be a counter for that, but there would be nothing gramatically wrong with that. It would sound better to make it 2 sentences.

    "In the winter I go bobsledding and sledging with my brother."

    Ok. But did you mean sledding? (Both would make sense).

    "4) I always put everything I need in a trolley or a plastic basket."

    Ok.
    "How do you call the shopping card?"

    Do you mean credit card or gift card? A credit card is a thing like Visa or Mastercard. A gift card is something you go to the store and buy to give as a gift so people can go to that store and use it there.

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