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In a Clothing store


In a Clothing store
Hello, dear Colleagues.
How do you say  ESTA ES LA SECCION DE VESTIDOS, SECCION DE ZAPATOS in a clothing store? In English.
This is the section of dresses or this is the area of dresses.
this is the section of shoes or this is the area of shoes.
Actually I am not sure.
Thanks in advance for your help
God bless you
take care
from Peru

24 Sep 2010      


This is the Shoe section. // This is the Dress section.


24 Sep 2010     

Puerto Rico

shoe/ dress department

24 Sep 2010     

United States

Shoe department or dress department as Liz said. That īs why they are called department stores. Ed

24 Sep 2010     


Actually, not so...  "a clothing store" has sections, not departments. A department store has departments - which are usually leased sections within the building.

24 Sep 2010     


Hello dear Zora.

So that means that in a building a clothing store has sections.
if we are inside the building we can say
where is the dress section.    Is it correct?
when we talk about classroom section A WHAT ABOUT in this case.
How do you say animador  of an discotech.  In English.
I work as a nightclub entertainer in a discotech .  Is it correct?
please do you have information about a FIVE STAR HOTEL.
Thanks in advance .
Take care

26 Sep 2010