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Hi

"Visit a card shop. Select one each of any image that appeals to you".

--- I understand that I should choose one card from each category (animals/people/etc.) that I like.

So I can choose more than just one?
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Hi,

Visit a card shop. Select one each of any image that appeals to you".

'Image' is not a natural word here. You seem to think it means 'category'. I wonder if it means 'each card'.

--- I understand that I should choose one card from each category (animals/people/etc.) that I like.

So I can choose more than just one?

I'd say Select one each of every card that appeals to you.

You could walk out with a lot of cards.

Clive
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Hi

I think the author used the word "image" cause there are images on the cards. Images of animals or something else.

Thanks Clive.
Hi,

Yes. So if there are six different "images" in the Animals category, and they all appeal to you, you coiuld select all 6.

More natural would be to speak simply of 'cards',

eg There are 6 different cards in the Animals category.

Clive