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Contoh dialog percakapan bahasa Inggris tentang belanja di pasar tradisional beserta artinya


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Berikut adalah contoh dialog dan percakapan bahasa Inggris tentang belanja di pasar tradisional beserta terjemahannya.

CONTOH SATU:

  • A: Can I help you, Mam? ada yang bisa saya bantu?
  • B: I am looking for pants for my kids, he is 9 years old now. Saya sedang mencari celana untuk anak lelaki saya yang berusia 9 tahun.
  • A: Oh, what kind of pants do you like, Mam? celana seperti apa yang anda suka?
  • B: Anything that fit in 9 years old boy. Model apa saja yang cosok untuk anak lelaki usia 9 tahun.
  • A: What about this blue one. Bagaimana dengan warna biru ini?
  • B: Blue is not his favorite colour. Biru bukan warna favoritenya.
  • A: Oh, so what about the brown one? Oh, bagaimana dengan warna coklat?
  • B: Oh brown looks cute. Oh, warna coklat keliatannya cantik
  • A: Yeah, do you think it’s gonna fit on him? Ya, apa anda fikir ini akan muat dengannya?
  • B: Yeah, he is has average body. Ya, dia punya badan yang seperti pada umumnya.
  • A: I’ll take it. Baiklah saya ambil yang ini.
  • B: Ok, Mam. I will wrap it for you.  Baik bu, saya akan bungkuskan ini untuk anda.

CONTOH DUA:

  • A: How much is it? ini berapa harganya?
  • B: it’s 50.000 Rupiah/ kilogram. 50 ribu per/kilogram.
  • A: can’t you give discount?  Tidak bisakah kamu memberi diskon?
  • B: Sorry Mam, this strawberry is fresh from the farm. It is just arrived this morning we can’t give you discount. Maaf Bu, strawberry ini masih segar karena baru saja dipetik dan diantarkan tadi pagi, kami tidak bisa memberikanmu potongan harga.
  • A: So if buy 5 kilogram can you give a little bit discount? Jadi, jika aku membeli 5 kilogram apakah bisa diberi potongan harga sedikit?
  • B: Ok then, we will give you discount because you buy more than 1 kilogram. Baiklah, kami akan memberikanmu potongan harga karena kamu memberi lebih dari satu kilogram.
  • A: Thank you very much. Anyway I make cakes, so I need fresh strawberry supplier every week, do you think you can be my supplier?. Ngomong- ngomong aku membuat kue, jadi aku membutuhkan pemasok strawberry segar setiap minggunya. Apakah kalian bisa menjadi pemasokku?
  • B: of course, Mam. we can provide you fresh strawberry every week, leave your cotact here so we can notify you every time our supply arrive. Tentu saja, Bu. Kami bisa menyediakan starwberry segar setiap minggu, tinggalkan kontak anda disini jadi kami bisa menghubungi setiap kali kami memasok strawberry.
  • A: Ok, Thank you. Terima kasih.
  • B: You welcome Mam. sama – sam, Bu.
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