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Whether it's on the weekend or late at night, you can always find a place in Moscow to shop or have a coffee or even get a sun-tan. It is a city that never sleeps: many places are open 24/7 – that is, unless they are closed. Sometimes quite unexpectedly. A sign at the door will usually tell you what's the sitch, so it's better to understand what's written on it.

In today's lesson, we'll study some of the most common signs, both for shop names and for their business hours.

Maturity: General
Native: English, Target: Russian
Hosts: Nikita, Masha
Topics: signs, time, shopping
Grammar: closed_for

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