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In the shop: shopping English

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'No, thanks. I'm just looking.'

Take a look at the ten questions and statements below. All of these are useful expressions we use when we are shopping. Try and match the sentences to the situations.  When you answer, use numbers in the spaces below.

 

  1. Can I exchange it?

  2. Can I have a refund?

  3. Do you accept credit cards?

  4. Do you have this in blue?

  5. Do you have this in a smaller size?

  6. How much is this?

  7. Can you wrap it for me?

  8. Is this on sale?

  9. Can I try this on?       

  10. No, thanks. I’m just looking.

 

 For another exercise on the topic of shopping, click here.

  • You are not going to buy anything.
  • You want to know if you can change the one you bought for another one which is the same.
  • You want to see if something fits and looks good.
  • You want to know if you can have your money back.
  • You are buying a present for a friend.
  • You want to know how you can pay.
  • You like it, but you are not sure about the size.
  • You want to know how much something costs.
  • You like it, but you are not sure about the colour.
  • You want to know if you can get it for a cheaper price.