Mr. Taylor’s sister is getting married, so he decides to go to a clothing store to buy an elegant suit.
Shop Assistant: Good morning, how can I help you?
Mr Taylor: Hello, I’m Mr. Taylor. I’m looking for something elegant.
S: You are in the right place, Mr. Taylor. Follow me!
M: Thank you.
S: I think this black suit is perfect.
M: It is beautiful. Can I try it on?
S: Sure! What size do you wear?
M: A medium size.
S: Okay. The fitting room is on your right.
M: It is perfect. I’ll buy it.
S: Excellent choice. How would you like to pay?
M: I’d like to pay with cash.
S: Okay. Goodbye, Mr. Taylor!
External link to The Purchase (Oral expression) exercises (1832).
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