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Imagine, I am in a shop and want to try a pair of "whatever". Do I have to say: "I want to try it at / in size..."
I would choose "at". But, I do not know why.
Additionally, If I want to ask for the available sizes of an item and want to express it in a colloqiual way, how do I have to ask for it? Only: "Which sizes of this item do you have?" or "Which sizes of this item are you up to?"
Thanks! If I want to buy a t-shirt, is it also "in". Can I have this shirt in medium /large...
Last edited by Prple; 08-Sep-2012 at 19:50.
Sorry, I have edited my post ;)
So to say, is it: "Can I have this shirt/pant in a large...?"?
Thank you! Actually, it was about the "in a...";)
"...in a 7," but "...in large".
Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.
Alright, now I understand ;). So, is "...in a seven but ...in large" right?