To speak about shopping habits, you need the appropriate vocabulary.
Indoors - into or inside a building;
Worry - to think about problems or unpleasant things that might happen in a way that makes you feel anxious;
Provide - to supply something to someone;
Entertainment - shows, films, television, or other performances or activities that entertain people;
Child-care facilities - playrooms for children;
Available - if something is available, you can use it or get it;
Downtown - in or to the central part or main business area of a city;
Pedestrianize - to make an area into one where vehicles are not allowed to go;
Outlet - a shop that sells one type of product or the products of one company;
Bargain - something that is sold for less than its usual price or its real value;
Merchandise - goods that are traded, or sold in shops;
Advertise - to tell people about a product or service, for example in newspapers or on television, in order to persuade them to buy it;
Charge - the amount of money that you have to pay for something, especially for an activity or a service;
Debt - an amount of money that you owe someone;
Accept - to agree to take something that is offered to you.
It's a new scheme to provide schools with free computers.
There is live entertainment in the bar every night.
We stock a broad range of merchandise.
She's working in a bar to try to pay off her debts.