- Markets and Merchants
- Words for Sellers and Makers
"Several venerable words serve as the base for compounds that refer to people who make or sell things: monger, smith, and wright.
Here’s a review of those compounds..."
- VOCABULAIRE COMMERCIAL
"Voici une série de 49 exercices qui vous permettront de réviser le vocabulaire du commerce et de la vente."
A big-box store (also supercenter, superstore, or megastore)
"is a physically large retail establishment, usually part of a chain. The term sometimes also refers, by extension, to the company that operates the store. Examples include large department stores such as Wal-Mart and Target."
2 Discount department store
4 Off-price retailer...
2 Typical supermarket merchandise
3 Typical store architecture
3 List of hypermarkets : 3.1 United States - 3.2 Canada - 3.3
4 Warehouse club...
2 Classes of malls : 2.1 Regional mall - 2.2 Super-regional
3 Dead malls and new trends
4 Legal issues
5 See also :
5.1 Types of shopping facilities
5.2 Components of shopping facilities
5.3 Shopping property management firms
5.4 Planning concepts...
London street-by-street (streetsensation.co.uk)
"London's favourite streets.
Entire streetscapes showing over 3000 shops, bars and restaurants
in the liveliest areas of London
- Oxford Street and Regent Street; Portobello Road and Notting Hill;
the King's Road in Chelsea;
Carnaby Street; Covent Garden, Bond Street; Knightsbridge; Soho and
Chinatown; Islington and Camden"
- Learn English Vocabulary - Shopping
- WITH SOUND
Useful Vocabulary - Build Up - Naturally Speaking - Dialogues
and Stores - "Principal definitions
of each word with an example sentence" (about.com)
- Daily life
in the UK (ukstudentlife.com) :
Accommodation - Entertainment - Money - Post - Shopping -
Telephone - Computer - Sport
IDIOMS and SAYINGS
- Breakthrough by Galactic Cowboys :
"Look out 'cause I'm a bull in a china shop "
Around by New Edition :
"First come first served is the way
Some do it but not me"