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   •   SHOPPING
   •   TRAVELLING
   •   SCHOOL


Held on 27th, 28th and 29th
      March, 2012.

Rachinee Burana
    School
Shopping
SHOPPING VOCABULARY GUIDE
   Salesperson (Salesman, Saleswoman) (n)- person selling items
    at the store
   Cashier- person you give the money to
   Customer (n)- person buying from the store
       Customer: Do you work here?
       Salesperson: Yes, how can I help you?


 Clothing items:
Dress         Skirt               Pants         Shorts   Shirt

         Shoes                    Hat           Jacket
HOW MANY? HOW MUCH?
   How many?
      Salesperson: How many shirts would you like?
      Customer: I would like three shirts, please.


       Salesperson: How many skirts are you looking for?
       Customer: I am looking for 4 skirts, please.

   How much?=       What is the price? How much is it?
      Customer: How much is this dress?
      Salesperson: 300 baht


       Customer: What is the price of this hat?
       Salesperson= The price is 159 baht
VOCABULARY GUIDE
 Size
Petite        Small         Medium              Large

 Style
Fancy, Dressy, Formal       Semi-formal         Casual

 Price
Expensive, a lot of money          Cheap, inexpensive

Discount- On sale, reduced, lowered price

Final sale- can not be returned
CONVERSATION
   Looking for clothing:
      Salesperson: May I help you?

      Customer: No, I’m just looking, thanks.



   Asking for a size:
      Customer: Do you have this in a small?

      Salesperson: Yes, I’ll get it for you.



       Salesperson: What size would you like?
       Customer: I need a large.
CONVERSATION- LOOKING FOR CLOTHING
Salesperson: May I help you?
Customer: Yes, thank you.
Salesperson: What are you looking for?
Customer: I am looking for a long, formal dress.
Salesperson: We have many formal dresses. What color would you like?
Customer: I’d like this blue dress .
Customer: Perfect! May I try it on?
Salesperson: Yes. What size do you need?
Customer: Medium, thank you.
Salesperson: I’ll get that for you.
Customer: Perfect! How much is it?
Salesperson: This dress is on sale. It’s only 299 baht. It is a final sale
   item. So there is no return.
TRY IT ON!- IN THE FITTING ROOM
   Dressing Room- Fitting room, room where you try on clothes
   Items: pieces of clothing
      “How many items do you have?”- number of clothes to try on



Costumer: Do you work here?
Salesperson: Yes, can I help you?
Costumer: May I try this on? Where is the fitting room?
Salesperson: I can take the dresses for you. How many items do
  you have?
Costumer: Three, thank you.
TRY IT ON!
Salesperson: May I start a dressing room for you?
Customer: Yes, thank you.
Salesperson: How many items do you have?
Customer: Two shirts, thank you.

 Asking for another size:
Salesperson: May I get another size for you?
Customer: Yes, can I get this in a large? Thank you.
METHODS OF PAYMENT- VOCABULARY
   Cash- Money- Bills “Cash Only”

   Credit Card - Visa; Master Card

   Cheque (check)     Travelers check- Check from your bank

   Total- price, final amount

   Sign- to write your signature

   Receipt- Bill
PAYING
 “Cash Only”
Customer: Can I use my card?
Cashier: No, sorry. Cash only.
 “Credit Card”
Cashier: Hello, can I help you?
Customer: Yes, I want to pay for this dress. Can I use my credit
  card?
Cashier: Yes. Your total is 200 baht. Please sign here.
Cashier: Thank you. Have a nice day!
  “Cheque”
Cashier: How would you like to pay for your items today?
Customer: I would like to pay by cheque please.
Cashier: OK, Your total is 4,500 baht. Please make the cheque
  payable to Rachinee Burana School.

								
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