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    #1

    I go to the baker's and buy pizza

    Hi,
    I 'd like to know if the sentences are ok


    On my way to school I go to the baker's and buy pizza

    On my way home I buy pizza at the baker's


    Suggestions?



    Thanks Rip


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    #2

    Re: I go to the baker's and buy pizza

    Both are correct.

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    #3

    Re: I go to the baker's and buy pizza

    Both statements are correct, as Anglika confirmed, but you asked for suggestions so I'll mention that in the US, pizza is traditionally purchased from a pizzeria, not a baker (or bakery). In the US, a bakery usually sells only baked goods such as breads, pastries, pies and cakes.

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