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Adding two numbers for each number is not greater than twenty

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Your family friend tells you two numbers: 19 and 10 and asks you to sum them up. What is the total?

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Your friend from school tells you two numbers: 17 and 10 and asks you to total them. What is the sum?

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Your friend gives you 8 potatoes. When you get home, you find you already had 5 potatoes in the storage. How many vegetables do you have in total?

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Your friend from the neighbourhood tells you two numbers: 9 and 6 and asks you to count them. What is the sum?

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You bought from the market 8 pluots. When you get home, your friend gives you 3 more pluots. How many pluots do you have?

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You buy 19 tomatoes from the market. When you get home, you find you 11 more plants in the fridge. How many vegetables do you have?

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You counted 7 pencils in your pencil box. Your friend gives you another 10 pens. How many pencils do you have?

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You buy 6 carrots from your local market. When you get home, you find 12 more carrots in the fridge. How many carrots do you have in total?

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Your friend gives you 20 apples. The next day you buy 4 more apples. How many apples do you have?

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Your friend gives you 19 eggfruits in the morning. During the evening, your friend gives you another 14 more eggfruits. How many products do you have?

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Your uncle tells you two numbers: 8 and 19 and asks you to sum them up. What is the total?

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Your aunt tells you two numbers: 13 and 8 and asks you to sum them up. What is the total?

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You first receive 5 bananas from your friend. The next day you buy 19 more bananas. How many bananas do you have at the end of the second day?

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You first receive 7 bananas. The next day you buy 4 more bananas. How many bananas do you have at the end of the second day?

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Your teacher tells you two numbers: 5 and 5 and asks you to count them. What is the total?

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The grocery shop lady tells you two numbers: 11 and 10 and asks you to sum them up. What is the total?

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One afternoon, you go out with your friends in the local park. Your friend gives you 13 apples. The next day you buy 8 more apples. How many apples do you have in total?

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You buy 10 carrots from the market. When you get home, you find 8 more carrots in the fridge. How many carrots do you have in total?

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At home, you have 13 books. The next day you receive from your school 14 more books. How many books do you have in total?

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Your primary teacher tells you two numbers: 18 and 5 and asks you to count them. What is the total?

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Your maths teacher tells you two numbers: 7 and 12 and asks you to count them. What is the total?

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The shop lady tells you two numbers: 20 and 7 and asks you to add them up. What is the total?

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The man from the shop tells you two numbers: 16 and 4 and asks you to sum them up. What is the total?

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You receive from your school 12 cherries. When you go home, your friend gives you 10 more cherries. How many cherries do you have?

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Your neighbour tells you two numbers: 12 and 5 and asks you to sum them up. What is the total?

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You counted 15 pencils in your pencil box. Your friend gives you another 16 pens. How many writing instruments have you got in the pencil box?