11 Aralık 2013 Çarşamba

İngilizce Alışveriş Diyalogları

TÜM SINIFLARA AİT DERS ve ÇALIŞMA KİTAPLARI CEVAPLARI İÇİN TIKLAYINIZ
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Customer

Good morning!
Shop assistant
Good morning! Can I help you?
Customer
Yes, please. Do you have a . . . (any . . .)?
Shop assistant
Sorry! I don’t have any . . .  . But I have a (some) nice . . .  .

Do you want a . . . (any)?
Customer
Yes, please!
Shop assistant
Here you are!
Customer
Thank you!
Shop assistant
You are welcome!




Mr. Black
I’d like some apples, please.
Shop assistant
What apples would you like: green, red or yellow?
Mr. Black
Green, please.
Shop assistant
How many apples would you like?
Mr. Black
Can I have five apples?
Shop assistant
Of course.




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Customer
Good morning!
Shop assistant
Good morning!
Customer
I want a loaf of bread, please.
Shop assistant
Here you are.
Customer
Thank you.
Shop assistant
Do you want anything else?
Customer
Yes. I’d like a bottle of milk, a packet of sugar, three pounds of

apples and two cans of Cola-Cola. How much is all that?
Shop assistant
Five pounds fifty, please.
Customer
Here’s six pounds.
Shop assistant
That’s 50 pence change. Thank you very much and come again.



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At the Clothes Department
Shop assistant
Can I help you?
Customer
Yes, please. I’m looking for a shirt.
Shop assistant
What kind of shirt would you like?
Customer
The one like those on display in the shop window.
Shop assistant
What about this one?
Customer
It’s just what I wanted. May I try it on?
Shop assistant
Yes, please. How is it?
Customer
It’s nice. How much is it?
Shop assistant
Three hundred rubles.
Customer
Oh, it’s very expensive. Have you got anything cheaper?
Shop assistant
Certainly, look at this one, please. It costs two hundred.
Customer
I’ll take it.
Shop assistant
Here you are.
Customer
Thank you.

SHOPS AND SHOPPING

     There are different kinds of shops. Some of them sell bread. Others have tea, sugar, coffee, butter, cheese, sausages, meal, and fruit.
     When we want to buy something, we take our shopping-bag and go to a shop. There we can see shop-girls and shop men who sell things.
     Many people do their shopping at the market. There the farmers sell the vegetables and fruit which they grow themselves. They sell meat, milk and other things too.
     Large shops with many departments are department stores. In these stores we can buy almost all we want. In the windows we see all the things which they sell there – food, suits, dresses, coats, boots, shoes, radio and TV sets and many other things.
     Shops are very important in our life.

     In the past there were no supermarkets [su:pəma:kits] in Great Britain, but there were a lot of small shops.
     Fifty years ago people went to the shops almost every day. They went to the butcher’s to buy meat. They went to the grocer’s for tea, sugar, flour and cheese. They bought butter and milk at the diary. They bought bread at the baker’s. They bought fruit and vegetables at the greengrocer’s.  Customers pointed to all the packets, bottles, boxes, cans, cartons, jars, and tins they wanted to buy.

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