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    yanx is offline Member
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    Hi,

    How should we start a conversation with the clothes seller after coming into a store. Of course I didn't mean something like "How may I help you" etc. What I mean is asking questions like "What's the price for this shirt?", "What colors does this come in?" Thanks!

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    Default Re: buying clothes-start

    "What's the price for this shirt?" is good. Or "How much is this shirt?"
    "What colors does this come in?" is good too.

    Do you have this in large/extra large/medium/small?
    Does this come in large/extra large/medium/small?

    Is this shirt on sale?

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