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I like that jacket, where did you get it? Mi piace quella giacca, dove l'hai presa?
I really like that jacket. Mi piace molto quella giacca.
How much did you pay for that jacket? Quanto hai speso per quella giacca?
They've got a sale on at the moment so the jacket was reduced from £55 to £30. Adesso ci sono i saldi, quindi hanno abbassato il prezzo della giacca da £55 a £30.
What a bargain! Che affare!
How long is the sale on for? Per quanto tempo ci saranno i saldi?
I think the sales are on until the end of the month. Credo che i saldi durino fino alla fine del mese.
There always seems to be a sale on these days. Ultimamente sembra che ci siano sempre i saldi.
I'll pop in and have a look next time I'm at the shopping centre. Passo a dare un'occhiata la prossima volta che sono al centro commerciale.
They've got some really nice stuff in that shop. Hanno della roba veramente carina in quel negozio.

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