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  • 1. Main aim: By the end of the lesson the students should be able to use the language for shopping. February 19th, 2014.
  • 2. A: Hello. Can you help me? B: Yes, sure. A: I’m looking for a dictionary. B: Yes. The dictionaries are over here. What kind of dictionary do you need? A: I need French- English. B: We have very good French- English one. It’s new. A: Can I have look? B: Sure. Here you are. A: Thanks. How much is it? B: That’s nineteen forty nine.. A: Do you have anything cheaper? B: Well, we have a pocket dictionary for four ninety nine and we have an edition for schools for six dollars. But, the new one is the best. It’s very complete. A: Ok, I’ll take that one.
  • 3. Notice that: The use of can as an auxiliary and It is used to make offer or request.
  • 4. OFFER. Can I have look? Sure. Here you are. -Can you help me? Yes, sure. -Can I help you? No, thanks. I’m just looking. REQUEST. -Can you give me the pocket dictionary? Yes, here you are. Can you get me other dictionary? Yes, of course.

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