Question: Write a Dialogue between a Customer and Book Seller on Buying Books.
Answer: Dialogue Between a Customer and Bookseller on Buying Books:
Book Seller: Good Morning. May I Help You, Please?
Customer: Yes I Want To Buy Some Books.
Book Seller: There Are Different Kinds Of Books Here. What Type Of Books Do You Want?
Customer: I Want Story Books For The Children.
Book Seller: Yes, I Want To Buy Children’s Book.
Book Seller: You’ll Find Children’s Book in Those Selves. Anyhow, I Am Bringing Them To You. They Are Very Popular Among The Children.
Customer: Please, Bring.
Book Seller: Here Are The Books.
Customer: How Much Do They Cost?
Book Seller: Two Hundred.
Customer: Here Is The Money.
Book Seller: Thank You. Please, Visit Us Next Time.
Customer: You’re Most Welcome. Bye.
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