-Asking for a quote-

At work Asking for a quote
I was looking at your web site the other day. L'altro giorno stavo guardando il vostro sito web.
We'd be interested in placing a sizeable order for some fabrics. Saremmo interessati a fare un ordine piuttosto grande di alcuni tessuti.
I wanted to know if it would be possible for you to send us some samples. Volevo sapere se fosse possibile mandarci alcuni campioni.

English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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