Laden means shop right?store= Speichern rt?
In American English, store means shop.
thanks Christian..need to check out for such words...
Why is it shop and not shops?
The preposition Aus takes the dative, and Laden is masculine, so the definite article dem informs you it is a singular shop.
If it had beeen plural, shops, then it would have been Aus den Läden. Note the umlaut, changing the pronunciation for shops.
Which is laden? Shop or stall?
Yet another "Type in the correct answer, get shown that same answer and told you're wrong" situation. Come on.
Would 'Off the store' work as well?
"Off the store" makes no sense in English.
I think you can use "off the store" only in a sentence like "it's the street off of that store". But maybe even that is colloquial or incorrect... anyways, you can only have something from a store.