23 April

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How do you say this in English (US)? 今日、コンビニでガムを 3 個買います。

Can I say, "Today, I’m going to buy three pieces of (chewing) gum at the convenience store."? Does this sound natural? Or, should I say "three (chewing) gums"? This Japanese sentence simply means that the speaker is going to a convenience store and buy three chewing gum products there. How would you say this in simple English?
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