Shop Around – English Phrasal Verb Lesson

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Do you like to shop? When you are shopping for something in particular, like a car, a TV, or clothes, do you like to go to different shops to compare prices and items? If so, then you like to shop around. When you shop around for something, you go to several stores to compare what they have and how much they sell that item for.

  1. I shopped around for a new camera, and finally got a good one at B&H Camera in NYC.
  2. Don’t just buy the first car you see. You really need to shop around!

How about you? Do you like to shop around? What was the last thing you shopped around for? Leave a comment and let me know!

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