No, not that full one. This empty one.
The bottle is empty.
Give me an empty box, will you?
The house is full of people.
Your paper is full of spelling mistakes.
Which one? This large one?
Beijing is a large city.
Whose is this large house?
That little one?
Don't be too hard on him. He's only a little boy.
They have a little garden.
This sharp one.
The knife is sharp.
The snake has very sharp fangs.
This blunt one?
This knife is blunt. Give me another.
The pencil is blunt.
Look, here's a box of oranges.
He gave me a box of chocolate on my birthday.
Give me a glass please.
Would you like a glass of milk?
I'd like a glass water, please.
Give me a cup please.
Let's go and have a cup of tea.
These cups are lovely.
The bottle is full.
He has a bottle of milk and egg every morning.
Give me a tin please.
What's in the tin?
Here you are, a tin of fish.
He cut his hand with a knife.
The knife is very sharp.
Give me a fork please.
Westerners eat with a knife and a fork.
He dropped the fork with eating.
Give me a spoon please.
The mother fed the baby with a spoon.
Take three spoons of this medicine after meals please.