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Do you have any other less expensive/cheaper bread with same size?
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I seem to be alone in thinking that asking for a cheaper loaf of bread of the same size is something we don't normally do.
fivejedjonI seem to be alone in thinking that asking for a cheaper loaf of bread of the same size is something we don't normally do.
Don't you shop for day-old bread to feed the chickens?
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AlpheccaStarsDon't you shop for day-old bread to feed the chickens?
In the days that I did, some fifty years ago, I asked for stale bread for the chickens, not a cheaper loaf of bread of the same size.
fivejedjonIn the days that I did, some fifty years ago, I asked for stale bread for the chickens, not a cheaper loaf of bread of the same size.
Of course, I was just joking! Emotion: wink
Hi dear Alpheccastars and fivejedjonEmotion: smile
Are you both uptown guy's?Emotion: money
Because where I live it's very common to ask for cheaper one?Emotion: wink
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I'm not sure if you know the word 'loaf'.

eg Mary bought some bread.
eg Mary bought a loaf / six loaves.

Clive
Hi Clive.Emotion: smile
Thank you I didn't know about "loaf".
But we usually eat another kind of bread.it's called lavash.
MIGBecause where I live it's very common to ask for cheaper one
When I go to my local grocery store, they have fresh bread baked in the store and various brands of factory-made breads. The freshly-baked bread is more expensive, and the factory-made bread can be moderate to inexpensive, depending on the quality. The cheapest bread is factory-backed white bread that tastes like cardboard, and has a texture so that you can roll it up into gummy balls.

The breads have a wonderful variety - French baguettes, sourdough, rye, wheat, oat, raisin bread, olive bread, cheese bread, pumpernickel, challah (sweet) bread, flat (pita) bread, and others. I like bagels for breakfast, and they have fresh made bagels, too.
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Thank you AlpheccaStars for your kind reply.Emotion: smile
Usually I eat my breakfast with baguettes but my first and last choice for dinner and suffer is lavash.

It was weekend and because Most of bakeries are closed at weekends, (hence) I went to grocery to buy a pack of factory-made lavash.These kind of breads are packed in irregular sizes and numbers because they are produced by different factories.I picked one of these packs that was enough for me and asked for price.It was expensive.so I asked the shopkeeper "Do you have any other cheaper bread of the same size?" and he said "take this one" which was produced by another factory.After that I was wondering how to ask this in English.So I came here and asked this question.

Thank you again AlpheccaStars for your kind answers and fivejedjon for your curiosity.Emotion: rose
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