You first receive _____ bananas from your friend. The next day you buy _____ more bananas. How many bananas do you have at the end of the second day?

You buy _____ tomatoes from the market. When you get home, you find you have _____ more plants in the fridge. How many vegetables do you have?

Your friend gives you _____ potatoes. When you get home, you find you already had _____ potatoes in the storage. How many vegetables do you have in total?

At home, you have _____ books. The next day you receive from your school _____ more books. How many books do you have in total?

One afternoon, you go out with your friends in the local park. Your friend gives you _____ apples. The next day you buy _____ more apples. How many apples do you have, in total?

You buy _____ carrots from your local market. When you get home, you find _____ more carrots in the fridge. How many carrots do you have in total?

You receive from your school _____ cherries. When you go home, your friend gives you _____ more cherries. How many cherries do you have?

You bought from the market _____ pluots. When you get home, your friend gives you _____ more pluots. How many pluots do you have?

Your friend gives you _____ eggfruits in the morning. During the evening your friend gives you another _____ more eggfruits. How many eggfruits do you have?

You counted _____ pencils in your pencil box. Your friend gives you another _____ pens. How many writing instruments have you got in the pencil box?