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USEFUL EXPRESSIONS FOR SHOPPING | CLOTHES VOCABULARY | TO BUY A LEMON

USEFUL ENGLISH EXPRESSIONS TO USE WHEN YOU ARE SHOPPING


TO SALUTE AND TO EXPRESS WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR


Hello. Could you help me, please?

Excuse me, I´m looking for a (shirt/pant/blouse/etc)

I´m trying to find a... .

I´m just looking around.

I´m just looking.


WHEN YOU FIND WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR


Do you have this item in stock?

Do you have this in a (larger/smaller) size?

Do you have this in (color)?

Do you have a smaller size?

Do you have a bigger/smaller size? 


WHEN YOU WANT TO TRY IT ON 


Can I try it on?

Can I try this on?

Where´s the changing room?

Where´s the fitting room?

I’d like to try this on please. Where are the changing rooms?

I´ll take this.


AT THE CASH DESK


How much is this?

How much are these?

Is this on sale?

Do you offer a cash discount?

Do you take credit cards?

Can I have a receipt, please?

Could yo gift wrap that for me, please?

I´ll pay by card

I´ll pay in cash

Here´s the money, keep the change.

Here you are.

Thank you.

IDIOMATIC EXPRESSION


Idiom : TO BUY A LEMON  

Meaning : To purchase a vehicle that constantly gives problems or stops running after you drive it away.


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