En el mercado o almacén de barrio

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Vendedor:What do you need?
singular, informal

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      • Vendedor: What do you need?
        singular, informal
      • A: A pack of sugar and instant coffee.
      • Vendedor: The coffee comes in 250 or 500 grams jars.
      • A: I'll take the big one.
      • A: Hello, do you have tofu?
        singular, formal
      • Vendedor: Yes, it's very good.
      • A: Then I'll take 200 grams.
      • A: I want to take a good red wine.
        singular, formal
      • A: Which one do you recommend me?
        singular, formal
      • Vendedor: This Malbec is very good.
      • A: A pack of spaghetti, please.
      • Vendedor: Here you go.
        singular, informal
      • A: And a tin of Portuguese sauce.
        can
      • Vendedor: Is that all?
      • A: Two bottles of beer, please.
      • Vendedor: One litre or half a litre?
        liter
      • A: One litre, please.
      • Vendedor: Anything else?
        singular, formal
      • A: A bottle of oil, please.
      • Vendedor: Olive, sunflower or mixed?
      • A: Olive, please.
      • A: What's that?
      • Vendedor: They're pickled eggplants.
      • A: What does "pickled" mean?
      • Vendedor: It's food cooked in vinegar.
      • A: I'll try them.
        singular, formal
      • A: Two strawberry yogurts, please.
      • Vendedor: It's 14 pesos.
      • A: I only have 13.
        singular, formal
      • A: Can I owe you one peso?
      • Vendedor: I'm sorry, but you have to pay the full amount.
        singular, formal
      • A: OK, I'll be right back.
     
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