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Dialogue between shopkeeper and customer

Imagine, you are a shopkeeper. A customer has come to your shop for buying a ladies’ watch for gift. You have complied and he has bought a Japanese watch. 

Now, make a dialogue between you and the customer.


Shopkeeper : Yes, can I help you?

Customer : I want a good watch for gift.

Shopkeeper : Ladies’ or gents’?

Customer : A lady’s watch, please.

Shopkeeper : Please have a look at this show-case. You can see all kinds of ladies’ watch.

Customer : Thank you. Please show me the forth one.

Shopkeeper : Here it is.

Customer : How nice! what’s the price?

Shopkeeper : Eight hundred and eighty taka.

Customer : That’s too much.

Shopkeeper : Not at all. It’s a genuine Swiss watch.

Customer : But I want a cheaper one. Don’t you have one?

Shopkeeper : Why not? Look at this side. These are Japanese.

Customer : How much is the third one?

Shopkeeper : All these, in this row, have the same price and it is two hundred taka each.

Customer : But aren’t Japanese watches generally notorious for poor quality?

Shopkeeper : Don’t worry. These have originally come from Japan.

Customer : All right, pack this one.

Shopkeeper : Okay. Thank you.

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