Shall I show you some products? / Shall I present some products to you?

sunnyweather

Senior Member
Polish
Hello,

I'm looking for the right and natural expression a shop assistant might use when they want to present some goods to a customer, e.g. in a household appliances shop or a tobacconist's.

Shall I show you some products?

Shall I present some products to you?

Would you like to see some products?

Thank you.
 
  • Hermione Golightly

    Senior Member
    British English
    I suggest using "Let me to show you ... ". "Shall I ... ?" might elicit the answer "No". It's too deferential.
    Forget about 'products': it's probably one of the most boring words in English.
    Of course you can be more dynamic than 'Let me show you ... '.
     
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