Context: In a sports shoe store, a customer is looking for a pair of running shoes. This is a dialogue between shopkeeper and customer buying shoes in which shopkeeper assists the customer in finding the right fit and style.
Customer: Hi, I’m looking for a pair of running shoes. Do you have it?
Shopkeeper: Sure, we have a variety. What’s your size?
Customer: Size 9, please.
Shopkeeper: Great. Do you have a specific color or style in mind?
Customer: Black or blue would be nice. Something with good cushioning.
Shopkeeper: We have a few options. These two have excellent cushioning.
Customer: Can I try them both on?
Shopkeeper: Of course. Here you go.
(Customer tries on the shoes.)
Customer: These black ones feel more comfortable.
Shopkeeper: Those have extra arch support too. A good choice!
Customer: Sounds good. How much are they?
Shopkeeper: They’re for 1500 Rupees.
Customer: Alright, I’ll take them.
Shopkeeper: Perfect. Would you like anything else?
Customer: No, that’s it. Thanks!
Shopkeeper: You’re welcome. Enjoy your new shoes!
Variety: “Variety” is a range of different things of the same general type.
Cushioning: “Cushioning” refers to material used to provide softness and support, often in shoes or furniture.
Arch support: “Arch support” is a design feature in shoes that provides support to the natural arch of the foot.
Preferences: “Preferences” refers to a greater liking for one alternative over another or others.
Remember, it’s important to fully understand these words in context to effectively use them in your speech or conversation.