Overview: In this post, we will see a conversation between shopkeeper and customer in English. There are times when we enter a departmental store or a shopping mart to buy daily essentials and daily items and it happens to most of us that we cannot find a few things because the items on the shelves are in a mess. The below-given shopkeeper and customer conversation is an example of the same situation that every customer goes through!
A simple conversation between shopkeeper and customer in English
Customer: Hi, good morning to you.
Shopkeeper: Good morning to you too, sir. How may I help you?
Customer: I would like to know where are the baskets kept?
Shopkeeper: Baskets are towards your right, sir.
Customer: Alright, thank you.
Shopkeeper: Welcome, sir.
Customer: (After completing the shopping…) Why are most of the products on the shelves in a mess?
Shopkeeper: Oh! is it so? I did not pay attention to it. Maybe the person who is in charge of it must have not placed them in their correct positions.
Customer: Well, that is not any of the customers’ concerns. If the products are not placed properly on the shelves, how will a customer pick them up and will plan to purchase them? Don’t you think it will make a customer’s job difficult?
Shopkeeper: We are really sorry for the inconvenience sir.
Customer: Please be aware of this problem.
Shopkeeper: Yes, sir. Would you like to have a carry bag?
Shopkeeper: That will cost you Rs.10.
Customer: No problem. I will purchase it.
Shopkeeper: Thank you for shopping with us. Please do visit again.
- Importance of punctuation marks – Punctuation marks plays a very important role in every sentence, every passage, in every language. We understand more about a sentence because of punctuation. Punctuation tells whether it is a question, an exclamation, whether there is a pause/break, a full stop, more information, etc. Because of punctuation, the reader knows where to stop in a sentence, and how to change the tone of speaking with someone (for questions, exclamations, hyphens, etc).