To speak about shops, you need the appropriate vocabulary. Part 3
Clothing shop - a shop where you can buy clothes;
Gift shop - shop where you can buy souvenirs;
Novelty store - a shop where you can buy cheap, unusual things;
Takeaway - a meal that you buy in a restaurant but eat at home, or a shop that sells this type of meal;
Salon - a shop where you can have your hair cut or have your appearance improved;
Ironmonger’s - a shop where you can buy tools for use in homes and gardens;
Drapery - a shop where you can buy cloth, pins, thread, etc. used for sewing;
Electronics shop - a shop where you can buy electronic things for home;
Furniture shop - a shop where you can buy chairs, tables, sofas and other things;
Dairy - a shop where you can buy cheese, milk, cream;
Photo booth - a place where you can buy things for photography and print your photos;
Record shop - a music shop;
Butcher’s - a shop that prepares and sells meat.
We often go to takeaway. Their food is wonderful.
There is a drapery on the city centre.
Have you visited a salon?