Learn these phrases and you won’t have any problems shopping abroad.

I’ve got (I’d like, I want) to do some shopping.

Where do you usually do shopping?

Let’s go to the … (supermarket, hypermarket, mall, bakery, grocery, delicatessen, etc.)

Let’s do our shopping/ Let’s go shopping.

Can I help you?

Are you being attended?

I want to buy  …

What would you like to buy (for your wife)?

Don’t you want to buy …

What is your size?

Please show me (that blouse, those jeans)

Can you show me that suit, please?

How much does that dress cost?

Is it expensive / cheap?

The price is quite reasonable.

The price is high but it’s worth buying it.

I like fashionable clothes.

I usually buy clothes in sales.

There’s a good choice of T-shirts.

Where’s the changing room / fitting room?

Does the suit fit well?

This dress fits very well.

It suits me OK.

I need leather gloves to match the hat.

Have you got a receipt?

I need to change some money.

I need to get some money out of a cash machine.

Can I pay by cheque?

Can I pay by credit card?

Do you take credit cards?

I will pay in cash.

These trousers are half price.

These DVD players are on special offer.

There’s 15% discount on all shirts.

I’d like to make a complaint.

Would you like to exchange these shoes for another pair?

I’d like to have my money back.

I’d like to talk to the manager.

This presentation will help you have more practice.