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    #1

    carry items (good) quality items.

    Do you prefer to shop in expensive stores or in bargain stores?
    In my case, I prefer to go to expensive stores because they sell long-lasting
    quality items.
    1. On the other hand, bargain stores don't sell/carry items of good quality.
    2. On the other hand, bargain stores don't sell/carry items (good) quality items.
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    Is "quality item" same as "good quality item"? Also, do you say "carry" as often as "sell"?

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    Re: carry items (good) quality items.

    Either carry or sell works in your sentences. People often use quality as an adjective replacing high-quality, but I would not encourage this.
    I am not a teacher.

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