T小編 • 二月 17, 2015
1.keen (adj.) someone who is keen on something is very interested in it or enjoys doing it very much
E.g. He told me that he was keen to help.
2.browse (v.) to look at the goods in a shop without wanting to buy any particular thing
E.g. I love browsing the shops on a Sunday afternoon.
3.maximum (adj.) the largest number or amount that is possible or is allowed
E.g. The maximum items you are allowed to take into the dressing room are three.
4.bargain (n.) something you buy cheaply or for less than its usual price
E.g. There are no bargains in the clothes shop now.
5.dressing room (n.) a room or area in a store where you can try on clothes
E.g. Can you please tell me where the dressing room is?
6.haggle (v.) to argue when you are trying to agree about the price of something
E.g. She likes to haggle to get the best price.
7.cashier (n.) someone whose job is to receive or pay out money in a shop
E.g. Excuse me, I want to buy these shirts, where is the cashier?
8.discount (n.) a reduction in the usual price of something
E.g. There is a small hole in this shirt; can I get a discount on the price?