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What I mean by stores isn't shopping.

Or

What I mean by stores aren't shopping.

and

What I mean by stores isn't the shopping kind/kinds of stores.

Or

What I mean by stores aren't the shopping kinds of stores.

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Hi,

The former.

But with no context your meaning is not completely clear,.

Clive
I added context to the fragments.
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Hi,

What's an example of a store that isn't a shopping kind of store?

Clive
stores that have displays only...
Why isn't it stores? I think either the singular or plural would work huh?
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Hi,

Yes, both are said.

what kind of store

what kind of stores

But I don't know any stores that only have displays. Why do they have displays if they don't want to sell things?

Clive
I think,

What kinds of stores, what kind of stores, and what kind of store are all in use huh?

Except for what kinds of store.


it's displayed with high tech gagdets that aren't yet ready for sale.

It's in Japan!
Hi,

Interesting.

How do they make money to pay their rent, pay their staff, etc?

Clive
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