Contoh percakapan bahasa Inggris saat membeli baju / berada di toko pakaian


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Bagaimana contoh percakapan atau dialog bahasa Inggris saat membeli baju di toko pakaian?

Contoh percakapan bahasa Inggris saat membeli baju atau berada di toko pakaian.

X= Can I help you? (Dapatkah saya membantu Anda?)

Y=Can I see that one? (Dapatkah saya melihat yang itu?)

X= Yes, what size are you (Ya, berapa ukruanmu?)

Y=I don't know (Saya tidak tahu)

X= Can I try this? (Bisakah saya mencoba yang ini?)

Y=Ok, try a size 10. The changing room is over there. (Oke, coba ukuran 10. Ruang ganti di sebelah sana)

X= Have you got a bigger/smaller size? (Apakah Anda punya ukuran yang lebih besar/kecil?)

Y=Yes here you are ( Ya ini)

X= How much is that? (Berapa harganya itu?)

Y=It's $20.

X= Have you got a blue one? (Apakah Anda punya yang warna biru?)

Y=How was it? (Bagaimana dengan itu?)

X= I will have this (Saya akan membeli yang ini)

X= Can I pay by credit card? (Bisakah saya membayar dengan kartu kredit?)

Y=Yes (Ya)

Y=Would you like to choose something else? (Apa Anda ingin memilih sesuatu yang lain?)

X= No, thanks (Tidak terima kasih banyak)

Keterangan:

X: Pembeli/Pengunjung

Y:penjaga/pelayan toko

Kalau hanya melihat-lihat atau tidak jadi beli, Anda bisa menggunakan kalimat berikut ini:

  • Just looking, thanks (Hanya melihat-lihat, terima kasih)
  • I will leave it, thanks (Tidak jadi, terima kasih)
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thanks @lintang

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