It is said that shopping is a part of our everyday life. Some people enjoy buying new items of clothing and pick up a real bargain in the sales. In fact, shopping centres daily attract a great number of shoppers. There is a wide variety of stores where people can find almost everything at competitive prices. In England, for example, popular department stores such as Marks and Spencer, Harrods or Selfridges are visited by thousands of buyers every day. The reason why they are so often chosen is that shopping centres comprise the branches of well-known brands in one place.
Moreover, a convenient location with a parking space for cars, all this splendour and opening hours mostly appeal to demanding clients. On the other hand, there are also those who hardly ever go to shopping centres. They do not like crowded shops, long queues and rather little interest in a customer’s real needs. They believe it is just another place for selling goods and making big money. All in all, we cannot deny the fact that shopping centres are enjoying huge popularity these days.
Sprawdź również nasz dodatkowy materiał “Angielski dla sprzedawców i klientów.” Gotowe dialogi w sklepach (z ubraniami, z obuwiem oraz biżuterią), wyrażenia, które sprawią, że rozmowa z zagranicznym klientem będzie niezwykle prosta. Ponad 53% osób, które przeczytały ten wpis pobrały dodatkowy materiał.
ANGIELSKI DLA SPRZEDAWCY – DIALOG PO ANGIELSKU
Poniżej przedstawiamy przykładowy dialog w sklepie z ubraniami. Przeczytaj go a następnie przeanalizuj każde zdanie pod kątem przydatnych wyrażeń. Poniżej znajdziesz tłumaczenie najtrudniejszych słów i przydatnych zwrotów, które pomogą Ci odnieść sukces w codziennej komunikacji.
A: Welcome to Luxury Shop. Can I help you find something?
B: Hello! I’m looking for a nice T-shirt.
A: Well, we have a lot of summer T-shirts. Everything on this rack is now on sale. What colour would you like?
B: I’m not sure. Blue or green. Can you show me other items?
A: How about this one on the hanger? It’s really trendy and a lot of customers buy it.
B: I love it! Do you have it in a smaller size?
A: I’ll check. What size are you?
A: Yes, you’re very lucky because we have the last one. Would you like to try it on?
B: I think so. Where are the fitting rooms?
A: Over there on the left.
A: How does it fit?
B: I must say it’s perfect. I’ll take it. Can I buy it tax-free?
A: Of course, can I see your passport? I’ll give you a brochure to read.
B: Here you are.
A: How would you like to pay? In cash or by credit card?
B: Well, in cash.
A: It’s 12 euros, please.
B: Here you are.
A: OK. Here’s your change and receipt. Thank you very much. Goodbye!
B: Thanks, bye!