Either that or wine that cheap can't really be classified the same way. "yeah, it's kinda like red wine..."
Do you think "in these premises" (on the other sign) is idiomatic, or possibly also an error? In the U.S. it's usually "on these premises."
^I didn't notice that, but I think it's a mistake. I'm not sure you even can be "in" premises.
so it's "red" and "white" wine 2 for $5? Yeah, I think the quotation marks are absolutely necessary here! :P
Actually, andi, it is 2 for £5, meaning 2 for US $9.89.
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