Clerk: Good afternoon, ma'am. How may I help you?
Ms. Hill: Can I take a look at those two smartwatches?
Ms. Hill: The white one is heavier than the gray one.
Clerk: Yes. The gray one is lighter.
John: But the white one has a larger screen. Can it make phone calls?
Clerk: Yes. You can even send and receive e-mails with it.
John: Is it difficult to use?
Clerk: Not at all. It works like a smartphone.
(Ten minutes later)
Ms. Hill: Hmm... I like the white one, but I don't like its band. Besides, it's more expensive than the gray one.
John: You can change the band. The bands are on sale today.
Ms. Hill: Great. I'll take it and this yellow band. What's the total?
Clerk: It's NT$7,930. How would you like to pay?
Ms. Hill: In cash.
Clerk: Here you are. Thank you and have a nice day.
Ms. Hill: You too.
店員:總共是台幣 7930 元。您想要怎麼付款呢?
- clerk [klɝk] n.
Where is the clerk?
- ma'am [mæm] n.
"Yes, ma'am," the waiter replied politely.
- MP3 player ['ɛm pi 'θri 'pleɚ] n.
I use my MP3 player to listen to my favorite music.
- purple ['pɝp!] adj. ; n.
She wore a purple dress to the party.
- than [ðæn] conj. ; prep.
Yushan is higher than Mount Fuji.
- gray [gre] adj. ; n.
The sky is gray; it may rain.
- light [laɪt] adj.
She bought a pair of new sneakers. They are light and comfortable.
- large [lɑrdʒ] adj.
My brother ate a large cake.
- screen [skrin] n.
Don't sit too close to the television screen.
- radio ['redɪ͵o] n.
Please turn on the radio. I want to listen to the latest news.
- record [rɪ'kɔrd] v.
Can you record the basketball game for me at twelve o'clock?
- tape recorder ['tep rɪ'kɔrdɚ]
Few people use tape recorders now.
lucky ['lʌkɪ] adj.
I am so lucky to have a friend like you.
- on sale [ɑn 'sel]
A: What's on sale today?
B: Apples and bananas.
- total ['tot!] n. ; adj.
The total for drinks is $500.
- pay [pe] v.
How much did you pay for this album?
- cash [kæʃ] n.
Do you need to have some cash with you?
- would like [ ]
I would like to share my happiness with you.
- more [mor] adv.
The jeans are more expensive than the dress.