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hi

please explain to me what is the difference between sale and bargain mean?

thanks in advance
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A sale is simply a discounted price. A bargain is when you get good value for what you buy.

With a sale, you might still pay too much - Look, I got this ratty pair of jeans for $200. They were on sale - usually they're $250.

But when you get a bargain, you get a good deal.

(Bargain as a verb is another matter - do you want to discuss that too?)
thank you for the reply

can i use it "bargain sale" ? ^^

many peopel in korea say it like that....
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A bargain sale implies that everything in the sale is a bargain – that is, everything is really good value for money. You can say this but it is not really a good use of English as it unnecessarily uses two words when one word – sale - would do. I guess this is advertising English, rarely a good example to follow!
GG,

That's a ratty word you used there. Help me to understand the ratty meaning of that? Seriously, what is the meaning of "ratty"?
Believer
GG,

That's a ratty word you used there. Help me to understand the ratty meaning of that? Seriously, what is the meaning of "ratty"?

Since GG is offline, I would like to respond you, Believer. Here, "ratty" is an adjective and means "worn and torn".
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when you want to buy something with lower price than its cost you call bargain e.Ex
You make a bargain with someone for clother.

or buy something with low price:
That was a bargain indeed!

Sale:
Sale are up this month (business is successful this month)
The Sale of car is good job today.