A: Do you know where I can find old music boxes?
B: You could try shopping at a flea market.
A: What's that? I never heard of such a thing.
B: A flea market is an outdoor place where people sell all kinds of used stuff.
A: Where can I find one?
B: Well, you can check the local paper or search â€˜flea market' online.
A: Where can I find old music boxes?
B: Have you tried a flea market?
A: What's a flea market?
B: A flea market is like an outdoor thrift shop.
A: That sounds promising. Is there one nearby?
B: Flea markets occur weekly or monthly in various neighborhoods. Check online or in a local paper.
A: Do you know where they sell old music boxes?
B: How about a flea market?
A: A flea market? What's that?
B: A flea market is a big outdoor place where you can buy all sorts of second-hand things.
A: I like the sound of that. Tell me where one is.
B: I myself don't know of any, but maybe they're listed in the Yellow Pages.
A: Do you have any idea where I can buy old music boxes?
B: You can find almost anything at a flea market.
A: What in the world is a flea market?
B: A flea market sells all kinds of used things, some that you've never even heard of.
A: Great. Is there one near here?
B: Actually, our local community college has one on the first Sunday of each month.
A: I'm looking for old music boxes, but I can't find any.
B: If you go to a flea market, you can find all kinds of things.
A: I don't want a music box that's full of fleas!
B: Ha! A flea market is a popular outdoor place for selling used things. There are no fleas.
A: That sounds like a good idea. Where is the nearest one?
B: Actually, there's a huge flea market at the stadium on the second Sunday of each month.