Monday, April 4, 2016


Shopping for clothes

Can I help you?
Yes, please. I'd like to buy a pair of jeans.
No, thank you. I'm just looking.
Excuse me, could you help me?
I'm looking for a gray business suit.
Could you show me leather jackets?
Is it real leather?
Is it pure wool?
Can I try it on?
How much is it?
It's ninety-five dollars.
I'll take it.
Excuse me. I bought this jacket here yesterday, and it's torn inside.
I'd like to replace it, please.

Shopping for food

I'd like a loaf of white bread and four sesame rolls, please.
I'd like a pound of ground beef and one small chicken, please.
A pound of cheese, a carton of milk, and four cups of strawberry yogurt, please.
A dozen eggs, a jar of mayonnaise, and a bottle of ketchup, please.
Two pounds of red apples, a bunch of bananas, and three big oranges, please.
How much is it?
Forty-three dollars and fifty cents.
Here's fifty dollars.
Here's your change.
Thank you.