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Can I say,

(a) Mrs Lim's shop sold out all the bread.
(b) The bakery sold the bread to the customers.
(c) The shop has / had sold the bread.
(d) She sold the bread in the low price.
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Vincent TeoCan I say,

(a) Mrs Lim's shop sold out all the bread.
(b) The bakery sold the bread to the customers.
(c) The shop has / had sold the bread.
(d) She sold the bread at the low price.

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Thanks, but do we use "The shop sold... / The bakery sold.." not to say "He / The shopkeeper"?
Am I right? what do you think??
Vincent TeoThanks, but do we use "The shop sold... / The bakery sold.." not to say "He / The shopkeeper"?

Yes, it's quite common to use "shop sold/bakery sold". I'd not use shopkeeper in such a meaning. It's needless.
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