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Different Types of Shops and Their Names With Images | PDF

Different Types of Shops and Their Names With Images | PDF
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Types of Shops

We are pleased to welcome you to this fascinating Lesson about the varied world of stores and shops. In this lesson, we’ll take you on an intriguing tour of several kinds of shops and their English names. This Lesson is ideal for anyone learning a language who wants to increase their Vocabulary or who just wants to learn more about the various types of stores that exist. You can download the complete PDF Book for this lesson from the bottom of this page.

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You’ll have a thorough understanding of the many kinds of shops and their names in English by the end of this course. Whether you’re abroad, residing in an English-speaking nation, or just trying to improve your language abilities, you’ll have the terminology necessary to confidently navigate shopping encounters.

Different Types of Shops and Their Names With Images | PDF

Different Types of Shops and Their Names With Images | PDF

Types of Shops and Their Names

  • Tobacconist Shop
  • Crockery Store
  • Wholesale Shop
  • General Store
  • Dairy Shop
  • Sentry Store
  • DVD Bank
  • Weapons Shop
  • Beauty Salon
  • Cosmetics Shop
  • Drink Corner
  • Furniture Shop
  • Antique Shop
  • Tailor’s Shop
  • Cobbler’s Shop
  • Sports Shop
  • Music Shop
  • Optician Shop
  • Stationery Shop
  • Electric Store
  • Shopping Mall
  • Florist Shop
  • Confectionery
  • Mobile Shop
  • Tuck Shop
  • Laundry Shop
  • Shoe Shop
  • Pet Shop
  • Supermarket
  • Gift Shop
  • Fishmonger’s
  • Jeweler Store
  • Hardware Store
  • Greengrocer’s
  • Computer Shop
  • Boutique
  • Barber’s Shop
  • Hairdresser’s Shop
  • Clothes Shop
  • Toy Store
  • Cafe
  • Butcher’s Shop
  • Books Shop
  • Chemist Shop
  • Pharmacy
  • Bakery

Types of Shops Vocabulary

  • Tobacconist Shop: A shop that specializes in selling tobacco products, including cigarettes, cigars, and smoking accessories.
  • Crockery Store: A store that offers a wide range of dishes, plates, cups, and kitchenware.
  • Wholesale Shop: A place where products are sold in bulk to retailers or businesses at a lower price.
  • General Store: A small shop that provides a variety of everyday household items and groceries.
  • Dairy Shop: A shop that sells dairy products such as milk, cheese, and yogurt.
  • Sentry Store: This term is not commonly used; it may refer to a security or surveillance equipment store.
  • DVD Bank: A store that rents or sells DVDs and Blu-rays.
  • Weapons Shop: A store that sells firearms, ammunition, and related accessories, often regulated by strict laws.
  • Beauty Salon: A place where people can receive beauty treatments such as haircuts, facials, and manicures.
  • Cosmetics Shop: A store that specializes in selling makeup and skincare products.
  • Drink Corner: Typically found in convenience stores or cafes, it offers various beverages such as coffee, tea, and soft drinks.
  • Furniture Shop: A store that sells furniture for homes and offices.
  • Antique Shop: A shop that sells old and valuable items, often collectibles and vintage pieces.
  • Tailor’s Shop: A place where custom clothing and alterations are made.
  • Cobbler’s Shop: A shop where shoes are repaired or custom-made.
  • Sports Shop: A store that sells sports equipment, clothing, and accessories.
  • Music Shop: A store that offers musical instruments, sheet music, and audio recordings.
  • Optician Shop: A place where eyeglasses, contact lenses, and eye examinations are provided.
  • Stationery Shop: A store that sells office and school supplies.
  • Electric Store: A shop that specializes in electrical appliances and devices.
  • Shopping Mall: A large indoor complex housing a variety of shops, boutiques, and entertainment options.
  • Florist Shop: A store that sells flowers, floral arrangements, and sometimes plants.Confectionery: A shop that offers sweets, candies, and chocolates.
  • Mobile Shop: A store that sells mobile phones, and accessories, and provides services.
  • Tuck Shop: Often found in schools, it’s a small shop that sells snacks and beverages.
  • Laundry Shop: A place where laundry services, such as washing and dry cleaning, are provided.
  • Shoe Shop: A store that sells various types of footwear.
  • Pet Shop: A shop where pets, pet supplies, and pet food are available.
  • Supermarket: A large retail store offering a wide range of groceries and household items.
  • Gift Shop: A store specializing in gifts and novelty items.
  • Fishmonger’s: A shop that sells fresh fish and seafood.
  • Jeweler Store: A store that offers jewelry, gemstones, and precious metals.
  • Hardware Store: A shop that sells tools, building materials, and hardware supplies.
  • Greengrocer’s: A store that specializes in fresh fruits and vegetables.
  • Computer Shop: A shop that sells computers, laptops, and related technology products.
  • Boutique: A small, fashionable shop offering unique and high-end clothing and accessories.
  • Barber’s Shop: A place where men can get haircuts and grooming services.
  • Hairdresser’s Shop: A salon offering various hair treatments and styling services.
  • Clothes Shop: A store that sells clothing and apparel.
  • Toy Store: A shop specializing in toys and games for children.
  • Cafe: An establishment that serves coffee, tea, light meals, and desserts.
  • Butcher’s Shop: A store that sells fresh meat and meat products.
  • Books Shop: A shop offering a wide selection of books for reading and purchase.
  • Chemist Shop/Pharmacy: A store where prescription and over-the-counter medications, as well as health and personal care products, are available.
  • Bakery: A shop that specializes in baking and selling bread, pastries, and baked goods.

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