S: Excuse me, can you tell me where the breakfast cereals are?
C: They're in aisle 2A, down that way.
S: Are the snack foods in that area, too?
C: Yes, they' re in... let me think... Aisle 3B, if I remember right.
S: Okay, I'll go take a look. Thank you so much for your help.
C: Don't mention it. (to be continued)
S: Excuse me, I'm looking for your 3-liter Peps is, the ones that are on sale this week. There don't seem to be any in the soft drink section.
C: We may be sold out of them. Let me check the back. ( The clerk goes to the storeroom, returning a few minutes later. ) I'm afraid we're out of stock. Would you like a rain check?
S: Yes, I would, thank you.
C: Let me get the manager to sign one for you.
I can help you check out here, sir.
Can I use my credit card?
Sure, no problem.
Oh. I almost forgot. I wasn't able to find any milk that was advertised on special.
Yes. I'm sorry, sir. We are out of that brand of milk until tomorrow.
I can give you a rain check, and then tomorrow, you will still be able to get it at the discountedprice.
Oh. Thanks. That's very kind of you.
You're welcome. The total for your groceries is $25.20.
OK. Here's my credit card.
Just a moment...Please sign the credit card slip.
There you are.
Thank you. And have a nice day.
Mom: Can you help me? Where are the knives?
Shop assistant: They are on the third shelf behind you. They are on the bottom.
Mom: Thank you. I may find them now. It takes me a long time to find them. But I failed.
Shop assistant: What kind of knife do you need? A fruit knife or a kitchen knife?
Mom: Why do you ask? Anything matters?
Shop assistant: According to the latest , if you buy a kitchen knife you have to register your personal information.
Mom: I didn't know that. Thank you for reminding me.
Shop assistant: You're welcome.
STEVE: We need to buy some beer too. Where is the beer?
DEREK: They don't have beer in this supermarket. We have to go to the liquor store.
STEVE: Huh? They don't have beer. How can that be?
DEREK: It's a state law.This state doesn't allow supermarkets to sell beer. Only in liquor stores.
STEVE: That's too strict. It's silly.
DEREK: I know. I agree with you.
DEREK: Excuse me. Do you sell organic vegetables here?
EMPLOYEE: Yes, we do. They're right in front of you.The organic vegetables are marked withthe blue label. Here. Do you see?
DEREK: Sure. Thank you.You should have a sign. That way people could identify which areorganic and which aren't.
EMPLOYEE: They're labeled on the packet, sir.
DEREK: One more question.
DEREK: We need to buy some soy sauce. Which aisle is the soy sauce in?
EMPLOYEE: That would be in aisle 7, with the condiments. It is right next to the ketchup.
DEREK: Thank you. Do you want paper or plastic bags?
STEVE: Plastic bags.
DEREK: And do you want to drive up?
STEVE: What do you mean?
DEREK: We can have someone put the bags in our trunk for us. We just drive up to that doorover there.
STEVE: Wow! That's convenient. But I think we can take the groceries by ourselves.
DEREK: Yes, our car is not parked far away.I'll tell the cashier we don't want to drive up. Itshould be about ninety dollars all together.
STEVE: Here is one-hundred. I will go look at the magazine rack, okay?