‘Could you show me that T-shirt, please?’

‘Which one? This one?’

‘No, not that one. The one next to it.’

‘This one?’

‘Yes, that’s the one.’

‘Here you go.’

‘Thank you. I just want to touch the material.’

‘I understand. No problem. Have a look. Do you like it?’

‘Yes, I do. It looks very nice. I like the design, too. How much is it, please?’

‘It’s €18.50.’

‘OK. And how much is that blue T-shirt on the right side, please?’

‘This one?’

‘Yes, please.’

‘This one’s €39.00.’

‘€39.00 for a T-shirt! That’s too expensive for me…’

‘I understand. They are not the same T-shirts.’

‘OK. So what is the difference between this T-shirt and that one?’

‘This T-shirt is more expensive because it is made of more durable material. And it is also nicer to touch.’

‘Can I try?’

‘Yes. Try and touch the material. What do you think?’

‘I don’t know. I can’t feel any difference. I will take the one for €18.50, please.’

‘Sure, no problem. Just a second. I’ll get it ready for you. Will you pay with cash or by card?’

‘I’ll pay by card, please.’