1. Greengrocer: a retailer of fruit and vegetables.
2. Super market: a large self - service shop selling foods and household goods.
3. Butcher: a person who sells meat in a shop.
4. Florist: a person who sells and arranges cut flowers.
5. Delicatessen: a shop selling cooked meats, cheeses, and unusual or foreign prepared foods.
6. Flea market: a street market selling second - hand goods.
7. Boutique: a small shop selling fashionable clothes or accessories.
8. Dairy: a building or room for the processing, storage, and distribution of milk and milk products.
9. Stationery: a place where materials used in writing are sold, such as paper, pens, pencils, and ink.
10. Bakery: a place where bread and cakes are made or sold.
11. Mall: a large, usually covered, shopping area where cars are not allowed
12. Hardware store: a shop selling tools, implements, and other items used in home life and activities such as gardening.
13. Chemist: a shop where medicinal drugs are dispensed and sold, and in which toiletries and other medical goods can be purchased.
14. Fish monger: a person or shop that sells fish.
15. Convenience stores: a shop with extended opening hours, stocking a limited range of household goods and groceries.
16. News agent: a person or shop selling newspapers, magazines, confectionery, etc.
17. Duty free store: a shop, for example at an airport, where you can buy goods at a cheaper price than usual, because no tax is paid on them.
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