Overview: This is a conversation between a fruit seller and customer in English in which the fruit seller talks to the customer regarding the prices and purchasing fruits.
Conversation between fruit seller and customer in English
Customer: Are these fruits fresh?
Fruit Seller: Yes sir, they are totally fresh.
Customer: Good. How much for 1kg apples?
Fruit seller: It will cost you Rs.200 for 1kg of apples.
Customer: Okay and what about half a dozen of bananas?
Fruit seller: Half a dozen of bananas will cost you Rs.30.
Customer: And what about oranges? Are they also fresh?
Fruit seller: Yes sir, they are absolutely fresh. Let me tell you about these oranges, they are farm picked!
Customer: That’s Good! I would also like to buy oranges. What is its price?
Fruit seller: Sir, one kg of oranges will cost you Rs.150.
Customer: That’s quite expensive. Can’t you give this at a lesser rate?
Fruit seller: Sir these oranges are farm picked, that’s why the prices are a bit high.
Customer: Okay. I would like to try these oranges. Give me half a kg of oranges also.
Fruit seller: Sure. Anything else, sir?
Customer: What about watermelon? What is its price?
Fruit seller: Sir, It’s Rs.40/kg.
Customer: Okay, I would like to have this watermelon. Please check the weight of this watermelon.
Fruit seller: It’s weight is 2kg and it will cost you Rs.80.
Customer: Okay, give me half a kg of apples, half a dozen of bananas, half a kg of oranges and this watermelon. What is the total?
Fruit seller: Okay sir. As you say! Your total is Rs.285.
Customer: Okay, I have bought so many fruits. Do give me a discount now.
Fruit seller: Sir I have already told you it’s difficult for me. The maximum I can give you all this in Rs. 270.
Customer: Okay. Thank you so much.
Fruit seller: Welcome sir. Do come again!!
Kg: Kg is a short form for ‘Kilogram’.
Discount: It refers to a deduction from the usual cost of something.