You can shop online using your own language but sometimes you want to buy something that is only on sale from an English website. It isn’t difficult to shop online in English but it is sometimes tricky to understand what to do. Remember only to use websites you trust.
Choose the item
Choose the item you want to buy. Make sure you choose the right colour (‘color’ on American websites) and size.
On every website there’s a check out or check-out link. This is where you finally buy the item, like taking it to the cashier in a ‘real’ shop.
First, you will need to sign up (join) with an email address, maybe a username and password. You will need to give your address, too. Some websites do not deliver internationally.
Pay for your goods
You’ll need a credit card. Here are some diagrams with the information you need.
Sometimes the expiry date is called the ‘Expiration date‘ or is labelled ‘Expires‘.
You’ll also need the security code which is the last three numbers on the back of your card on the signature strip.
If you use a Visa or Mastercard, your card company may ask you more questions in your own language.
Give the delivery address
You need to write your address or the person you want to deliver it to. As I said above, some websites do not deliver internationally. Other websites that sell very expensive items may only deliver to the cardholder’s address.
You might also choose your delivery options, such as express delivery or cheap delivery.
Check your information
Next, make sure you have the right address, the right card information, the right price and also the right item, colour and size and number of the item.
Proceed, and wait
Your item should arrive soon and you should get an email to tell you when it will arrive.