antique shop
antique shop /anˈtiːk ʃɒp/
is a retail store specializing in the selling of antiques
Example: Dani found herself taking a walk and wandering to an antique shop the next day.


bakery
bakery /ˈbeɪkəri/
(n) a place where bread and cakes are made and/or sold
Example: I want to go to the bakery.


bookshop
bookshop /ˈbʊkʃɒp/
a shop that sells books
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butchers
butchers /ˈbʊtʃərz/
a shop that sells meat
Example: He owns the butcher's in the main street.


cafe
cafe /ˈkafeɪ/
a place where you can buy drinks and simple meals. Alcohol is not usually served in British or American cafes .
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cathedral
cathedral /kəˈθiːdr(ə)l/
the main church of a district, under the care of a bishop (= a priest of high rank)
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concert hall
concert hall /kənˈsəːt hɔːl/
a large building in which concerts are performed
Example: He was the first performer to stride out from the wings of the concert hall to take his seat at the piano.


dry cleaners
dry cleaners /drʌɪ ˈkliːnərz/
a shop where clothes, curtains, etc. are cleaned, especially with chemicals
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electrical shop
electrical shop /ɪˈlɛktrɪk(ə)l ʃɒp/
where you buy electrical
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fishmonger
fishmonger /ˈfɪʃmʌŋɡə/
a shop that sells fish
Example: I'll stop at the fishmonger's on my way home from work.


florist shop
florist shop /ˈflɒrɪst ʃɒp/
is the production, commerce, and trade in flowers.
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garage
garage /ˈɡærɑːʒ/
(n) a building for keeping one or more cars or other vehicles in
Example: Did you shut the garage door?


garden centre
garden centre /ˈɡɑːd(ə)n ˈsɛntə/
a place that sells plants, seeds, garden equipment, etc.
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gift shop
gift shop /ɡɪft ʃɒp/
a shop that sells souvenirs and small items that are suitable for giving as presents
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greengrocer's shop
greengrocer's shop /ˈɡriːnɡrəʊsəz ʃɒp/

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