I thought only in Iran they do :D The word "baghali" which is the equivalent of "grocery" is becoming old-fashioned day by day, and "supermarket" is used a lot more than "baghali". Interestingly, I've recently noticed that my 58-year-old mom, who would use "baghali" to refer to a "grocery" a few years ago, now hardly ever uses this word and use "supermarket" all the time.
Like England maybe. We don't say grocery shops, we have supermarkets which sell your everyday food and supplies.
Why is: "The small supermarket". not correct
A picture is worth a thousand words. Teşekkür ederim for your examples, Ektoraskan.
Yes, but now I want a picture of a small supermarket, because how can that be? Do they not have a word for market?
Then How about mağaza ? What's difference ?