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Complimenting Someone’s Clothes
A: You look really nice today.
B: Thank you. I just got this outfit the other day.
A: Really, where did you get it?
B: I got it from Macy’s.
A: It’s really nice.
B: Thanks again. You look nice today, too.
A: Thank you. I just got these shoes today.
B: Really? What kind of shoes are they?
A: These are called All Star Chuck Taylors.
B: I really like those. How much did they cost?
A: They were about forty dollars.
B: I think I’m going to go buy myself a pair.
A: I absolutely love what you’re wearing today.
B: You do? I just bought this outfit a couple days ago.
A: Seriously, it looks really nice on you. Where did you buy it from?
B: I bought it from the Macy’s at the Santa Anita mall.
A: I really like that outfit.
B: Thanks. I think you look nice today, too.
A: Thank you. I just bought these new shoes earlier today.
B: Those are nice. What are they?
A: These are some Chucks.
B: Those are great. How much were they?
A: I got them for forty.
B: I think I might go and find me my own pair of Chucks.
A: I think that you look very cute today.
B: Is that right? This is a brand new outfit.
A: What store did you get it from?
B: I went to Macy’s and picked it out.
A: I love your outfit right now.
B: Well, I think you look nice today too.
A: Thanks. I found these new shoes earlier at the store.
B: I think that those are some really nice shoes. What kind are they?
A: These are Chucks.
B: Your shoes look really nice. How much did you get them for?
A: They only cost me about forty dollars.
B: I’m going to go get a pair for myself.