Do you want any additional things?

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Winwin2011

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Shop assistant: Do you want any additional thing (singular) ?
Customer: No, thanks, that's it for now.

I wonder if the following conversation is correct:

Shop assistant: Do you want any additional things (plural)?
Customer: No, thanks, that's all for now.

Is it correct for us to say " that's all" referring to additional thing or additional charges?

Thanks.
 
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Shop assistant: Do you want any additional thing (singular) ?
Customer: No, thanks, that's it for now.

I wonder if the following conversation is correct:

Shop assistant: Do you want any additional things (plural)?
Customer: No, thanks, that's all for now.

Is it correct for us to say " that's all" referring to additional thing or additional charges?

Thanks.
A shopkeeper is never going to say that. He might say, "Do you want anything else?"
Yes, "That's all" is OK as an answer.
 
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