ASis, why did you ask me to come to this bargain market? It's so crowded, and you can't find anything that you really want.
BYou just don't get it. Looking for bargains can be really interesting.
AAre you serious? How can that be?
BBargaining is a game, or even a battle. You feel like a winner when you get a good price.
ACome on. You know, you can never really win. The salesperson never loses. They make their living out of it.
BThat's true. But I just love it. Come here!
AOh, this silk carpet is really beautiful. Look at the pattern, and how delicate it is!
BYou do have great taste. That's the most expensive stuff here.
AReally? Oh, this one. I like the cloisonné vase.
BAre you kidding me? I bought a same one last week. It's surprising that there is something we both like. Well, what do you think of these ceramic cups?
ACome on. They look so cheap. Something else, please.
BWhat about this picture? I think Benjamin would like it.
ADon't underestimate his taste. I don't think he'd like it.
BDon't be so sure. He loves the vase I bought here last week.
AYeah. Well, anyway, it's up to you. But I can tell that you come here often.
BAbsolutely. That's why I can always get a good price.
AWhy are you reading the classifieds? What do you need?
BI'm looking for a bookcase, but I don't want to buy a new one.
AAre you having any luck?
BNot really. There aren't any used bookcases listed. But there are a few rummage sales on Saturday. I think I'll go to them.
ADo you mind if I go with you?
BNot at all. These private sales are great places to bargain. And sometimes you can find terrific things among all the junk.
AI learned to negotiate from my mother. I thought I was pretty good at bargaining, but I had a problem the other day at Kimble's Department Store.
AI wanted to buy a beautiful wool sweater for my girlfriend. It was priced at forty dollars, so I started by offering the salesclerk thirty.
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