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    Talking Well, I didn't pay attention...

    Hi, I have asked this question before but I'm still can get the exact meaning and feeling so made one more sentence. Would you please help me to correct it naturally?


    (A and B have been to supermarket and came back home)

    A: Hey, How much was this milk ?

    B: ⓐWell, it's just a dollar something, I didn't pay attention to that.
    ⓑWell, it's just a dollar something, I didn't notice that.

    A: Oh, ok, No, worry.
    ⓐI'm going to check recepit.
    ⓑI will check recepit.
    ⓒLet me check recepit.

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    Re: Well, I didn't pay attention...

    (A and B have been to the supermarket and come back home)

    A: Hey, How much was this milk ?

    B: Well, it was just a dollar something, I didn't notice.

    A: Oh, ok, No problem.
    ⓐI'm going to check the receipt.
    ⓑI will check the receipt.
    ⓒLet me check the receipt. All of these are possible.

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