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" Can i have a size 8 with this shoes?"
Is this a right sentenceto use?
What about " a size 8 for this shoes", or " a size 8 of this shoes"? Are these all same meaning?
In a situation where i want to try on only the left pair of shoes because right side is already in display, how should i say to a worker in a shoe store?
" the left side of this shoes" is right to use?
Sorry, i don't understand what it means that you wrote." Because my feet are the same size, and I assume the shoes are too."
And can i say with the verb 'have' instead of get?
And can i say with the verb 'have' instead of 'get'?
If you ask,"Can I have these shoes in size 8', then understand that in this sentence, 'have' means 'to own, possess'; so logically, the answer is 'Yes - if you buy them!"
What you are actually meaning to ask is 'whether they have these shoes in stock (=available for immediate sale, and being stored in some back room of the store) in size 8. So, the form of the question with 'have' would be:
"Do you have these in size 8?" ( 'have' is possible here, because until you buy them, the store owns them. holds them in their possession.)