English speaking lesson 36


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Shopping

  • Shopping 1There is much demand for fruits.
  • We can get things at reasonable rates in super
    bazar.
  • Please buy some fruits for me.
  • I dislike cheap items.
  • Much boast little roast.
  • Try this coat.
  • Handle glass with care.
  • What is the price of sugar per kilogram?
  • Please show me superior quality.
  • The price is too high.
  • I want at some cheaper rate.
  • There is slum in the business nowadays.
  • The gold is looking up these days.
  • He paid me five rupees less.
  • His rates are very high.
  • Beware of him. He deals  in imitation.
  • These days the shopkeepers are fleecing the
    customers.
  • Count your cash carefully before leaving the
    counter.
  • We don't sell goods on credit.
  • Credit loses a regular customer.
  • The oranges are sold by dozen.
  • He purchased two grass of pencils.
  • The price of sugar has come down considerably.
  • Cheap buyers always gets bad meat.
  • He has lost his credit in the market.
  • He has gone bankrupt.
  • Islamia Book Lahore is famous for technical,industrial
    and religious book.
  • Fruits and vegetables are available here.
  • We have not to bargain on big shops.
  • Shopping 2Reputed firms sell their goods at fixed rates.
  • We deal in stationery.
  • Goods once sold will not be excepted.
  • Omissions and errors are expected.
  • These days fair price shops have been opened in big colonies.
  • Wholesale dealers allow discount to their customers.
  • Generally superior cloth will  last long.
  • Try the market before purchasing a thing.
  • He is a petty/an ordinary shopkeeper.
  • The hawkers are shouting at the top of their voice.
  • This rice is of an inferior quality.
  • This article is selling at a throw-sway price.
  • There is depression in trade these days./
    There is a slump in business these days.
  • This book is selling like hot cakes.
  • I am short by fifty paise.
  • This confectioner sells stale stuff/things.
  • You have given me one rupee less.
  • This cloth shrinks on washing.
  • This mango is over-ripe.
  • Everything is closed because of the strike.
  • All varieties of cloth are available at this shop.
  • This book is very popular.
  • The prices are falling.
  • This coat is tight for me.
  • This chair is quite cheap for sixty rupees.
  • Shopping 3Don't cut the hair too short.
  • Don't buy on credit.
  • Clear my accounts.
  • Bring flour for twenty rupees from the bazaar/market.
  • My trousers are loose/tight.
  • My watch needs cleaning and oiling.
  • Does your shoe pinch you?
  • This cloth is enough for a coat.
  • Take my measurements.
  • Give me some good books.
  • The doctor has a large practice.
  • Charge a reasonable price for this shirt.
  • Is the stuff good?
  • Is the color fast?
  • How far is the market from here?
  • Its quite far.
  • If you wish to buy everything from one place go to
    Super Bazaar.
  • This shopkeeper sells adulterated stuff/things.
  • Do you accept checques?
  • Its soiled/dirty.
  • Its torn.
  • Its brand new.
  • This shopkeeper doesn't sell things on credit.

 Describing People/Things لوگوں / چیزوں سے متعلق

  • Shopping 4He is tall.
  • She is short.
  • Raza is of medium height.
  • Amna is fat.
  • Maryum is slim.
  • Sameer is well built.
  • Zanib is pretty/beautiful.
  • Ahmad is handsome.
  • Simi is fair.
  • Ali is dark.
  • His complexion is wheatish.
  • Ahmad has moustache.
  • Mr. Raza has a beard/moustache.
  • Ahmad is clean-shaved..
  • This box is heavy.
  • This packet is light.
  • This table is round.
  • My purse is  square.
  • This basket is oval.
  • This book is circular.
  • This well is very deep.
  • This pond is shallow.
  • This route is long but safe.
  • This route is short but risky/dangerous.
  • This chapati is stale and hard.
  • The bread is fresh and soft.
  • The food is delicious.
  • There is a high wall between the two houses.
  • This room has a low ceiling.