posted by John on .
1. If you want to buy books, to which floor do you have to go?
- I have to go to the 4th floor.
2. On which floor can you buy a shirt?
- I can buy a shirt on the 3rd floor.
3. Where can you buy shoes?
- On the first floor.
4. At which store can you buy shirts and ties? - At a clothing store.
(Can we buy ties at a clothing store? Or do you have a tie store where you can buy a variety of ties.)
5. In a shopping mall, there are numerous shops or stores. Do you have a hat shop in a shoppingg mall?
6. Do you have a CD shop? Or do you buy CDs at a book store? Music CDs, lecture CDs, etc.
7. On which floor can you buy bags?
On what floor can you buy bags?
(Which expression do I have to use, 'which' or 'what'?) Suppose the shopping mall is a four-story building.
I have posted questions and answers. Are the expressions grammatical? Would you check the expressions above?
All look good if you correct the spelling of "shopping" in sentence 5.
Explanation of the difference between "which" and "what."
And, yes, you can buy ties in a clothing store. Sometimes there are specialty shops around -- selling only ties or only sunglasses or only hats, etc. But most of the time, the clothing store is just fine.