dialogue between shopkeeper and customer

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I’m so glad that I got to work with you today. I have a question for you.

I will be honest with you. If I didn’t actually hear your question, I would be a little confused. But I got it.

When you ask a question, the answer will usually come in the form of a question. You might be trying to figure out how to do something, or if you’re trying to figure out what the shopkeeper is selling, or if you’re just making conversation. You might be asking the shopkeeper about his life, or you might be trying to figure out if he’s kidding or not.

As it turns out, that is not the only way the shopkeeper can answer your question. He has to answer a question you ask him, and that question is usually in the form of a question.

In most conversations, the shopkeeper will answer you, but in a question he may have to answer a question you ask him. The shopkeeper has the power to answer more specific questions, like what is the best way to use the restroom, or if you should call a local telephone number. But he will have to answer a question you ask him in a question.

So the shopkeeper’s answers are going to be more specific than you would expect. That’s because he can answer more specific questions. In the shopkeeper’s world, it’s perfectly normal to ask a question you know to be dumb. You are just not expected to know all the answers to these questions, that’s why they’re called “general” questions.

The shopkeepers seems to think that it is acceptable to call customer services, but in reality customers are the ones who are calling these services. So if you are selling something, you actually should be able to call the telephone numbers to be sure that you aren’t in trouble. If you want to know if someone needs help, you should call them.

When you are buying something you should take the time to ask yourself if you really need it. If you end up calling a number you don’t need, then you should not buy it. This is especially true if you think you may have to live with your current situation.

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