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I see one wall.
You see two walls.

I read one book.
You read three books.

He uses one glass.
She uses four glasses.

We have a key.
You (pl.) have five keys.

We live in a town.
In how many towns have you lived in?

One city.
Two cities.

You have one friend.
I have three friends.

You have a company.
She has two companies.

I am hiring a boat.
You hire two boats

I’m going for one month.
Instead of four months.

It is a power,
but there are more powers.

She has one dog.
We have three dogs.

I see one light,
but she sees six lights.

One person is good,
but many people can be dangerous.

One thought can quickly change into more thoughts.

We have one street in our town.
How many streets does your town have?

Yesterday one star fell.
Today four stars have already fallen.

I see one mountain.
You see three mountains.

Better to use two feet.
Instead of one foot.

He has been to one country.
She has been to three countries.

We have a door.
Instead of two doors.

I have one tree in my garden.
He has three trees in his garden.

Do not use one eye,
Mar twa{eagen}.

Two hands are better than one hand.

I have one stone.
She has ten stones.

He eats a pear.
She eats three pears.

We have one chair,
but we need four chairs.

One finger hurts.
The other fingers don’t hurt.

I have a child and she has two children.

One day.
Six days.

I have had one apple.
You have had three apples.

Grandpa has a cow.
Dad has cows.

Sometimes I have one pillow in bed
and sometimes two pillows.

He has a sheep, but she has more sheep.

One shoe.
More shoes.

This book has one writer.
The other one has two.

One road can become two roads.

A bird flies through the sky.
Two birds are sitting on a limb.