Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Shop"

The meaning of "Shop" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does shop around mean?
A: 'Shop around' means to look in different shops until you find the best product/price.
Q: What does You can shop till you drop. mean?
A: It means you can spend your money until you are satisfied.
Q: What does The shop is located within view of Mt. Fuji. ( Does this mean The shop is near the Mt. Fuji or it can be seen from Mt. Fuji?) mean?
A: That means the shop is around or near the Mt Fuji
Q: What does I put back as much as I could from the shop, and I never missed out money drop. mean?
A: Sorry, I can't make sense out of it. :-/
Q: What does what deals do you have?
(in a shop) mean?
A: @tjstkdn:
Yes but sometimes your deals can be another option

e.g A:These pens are 5$
B: What deals do you have?
A: If you buy 10 pens i will sell them to you at a discounted price of 2.5$

Example sentences using "Shop"

Q: Please show me example sentences with shop and store, what's the difference?.
A: The term ‘shop’ is used to refer to a small place that sells products and merchandise. While, ‘stores’ are saved for the big stores such as a department store that may hold multiple shops.

Another difference is that ‘shop’ refers to any place that provides a service or customizable products. A ‘store’ is considered a place where objects are sold.
Q: Please show me example sentences with shop about.
A: 'I would like to shop about before deciding which computer to buy'
決めることがあれば、いい決定ができるように他の選択肢をちゃんと考える事です。
やはり買い物についてだけではありません。
Q: Please show me example sentences with shop about.
A: I wanted to buy the best car for my money, so I decided to shop about for the best deal.
Q: Please show me example sentences with why should I come to your shop ?.
A: Why should I come to your shop when there is a shopping centre in my neighborhood.
Q: Please show me example sentences with shop as a verb. What's difference of 'buy'?.
A: It's the difference between 買い物する and 買う, "to shop" and "to buy," respectively.

Synonyms of "Shop" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between shop and store ?
A: store is the American word shop is the English word they are the same. You can use either.
Q: What is the difference between Where is the shop? / It is here. and Where is the shop? / Here it is. ?
A: I think it has the same meaning, it's just a different way to say it
Q: What is the difference between Since the shop has opened, I sometimes go to there. and I sometimes go to the shop since it has opened. ?
A: To sound more natural, I would say something like;

"I sometimes go to the shop that has just opened."

I feel like your original sentences are trying to create a cause and effect relationship, and that can sometimes come off as sounding a bit unnatural.

I would use the word 'since' for situations like this;
"Since the shop was closed, I went home."
"Since the shop has opened, I have noticed more people visiting the area."
Q: What is the difference between shop and store ?
A: @rinkorin55: a department store is a singular store that can sell many things. It can be in a shopping mall. A shopping mall is a building that has a collection of different stores in it.
Q: What is the difference between shop and store ?
A: If you're talking about the noun shop and store they are identical. There are no differences between them except for the fact that store is commonly used and shop is not.

The verbs "to store" and "to shop" are different.

"To store" means to put something away for future use.
"To shop" means going to several stores to buy things.

Translations of "Shop"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? if, in a shop, you met an English speaking foreigner who was having language difficulties, what would you do ?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? (the shop assistant wears a uniform to Work)na forma interrogativa
A: Does the shop assistant wear a uniform to work?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the shop which sells cakes, candies and cookies
A: a bakery is what you would call any store that sells either bread, cake, cookies, donuts, or other baked goods. there are usually bakeries inside of grocery stores and are very casual places.

you can be more specific if the shop only sells cakes or pastries (especially if it's fancy or French style cakes) and call it a patisserie.

cafés also tend to sell sweets and baked goods, but usually cafés focus on the different coffee drinks being served.

you could say cake shop or sweet shop and you would definitely be understood, but unless I'm trying to emphasis what type of sweet is sold at the store I'd just call it a bakery.

as for confectionary, that is rather uncommon. I would probably think you meant a giant candy factory, rather than a store I could go to and buy candy/sweets from.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 子供から目が離せない(at shops,parks somewhere)
A: Keep an eye on your children.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Please find my shop name (on / from / in / ? ) the list.
A: ~on the list

Other questions about "Shop"

Q: This shop sells many types of popsicles. One of them is winning popsicle. (Do I have to say "lottery popsicle" ?) Does this sound natural?
A: Winning popsicle is what we would say.
I would say "One of the popsicles is the winning popsicle," here, for clarity. Or it sounds like "One of them" refers to "types"
Q: She goes to the shop to buy gift. Does this sound natural?
A: She is going to the shop to buy a gift. (this is one gift) or, as above, "she goes to the shop to buy gifts" (plural)
Q: (In a shop) I am looking for something to give my colleague as souvenile. Could you tell me your recommendation? By the way, I think they prefer foods like snacks. Does this sound natural?
A: I am looking for something to give my colleagues as a souvenir. Could you give me any recommendations? By the way, I think they prefer snacks.
Q: That shop's sale came to cutdown recently. That's because nowadays most coustmers tend to go shopping at big markets. Does this sound natural?
A: The shop's sales have been declining recently. That's because nowadays most customers tend to shop at big markets.
Q: What shop is it popular for foreigner's eyes in Tokyo?

東京でなんのお店が外国人から見て人気ですか? Does this sound natural?
A: Maybe "What shop in Tokyo is popular among foreigners?"

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