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Sunday at 04:58 AM
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Hola Randal,

Thank you for your comment!

That's funny, well yes you can say "No es demasiado caro." , "No puedo bajar el precio.".



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Randall Bachman
Monday at 10:22 PM
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can you politely negate these phrases by inserting "no" at the beginning? I have a regular store and my customers (mostly from Mexico) seem to think everything is negotiable, even items costing a dollar US!

"No es demasiado caro", or "no puedo bajame el precio". Would these work?