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Shopping

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Shopping

  1. 1. VOCABULARY: SHOPPING. PLACES DEPARTMENT STORE SHOPPING CENTER/MALL SHOP BOOK STORE SUPERMARKET MUSIC STORE SHOP WINDOW JEWELLERY
  2. 2. STREET MARKET
  3. 3. VOCABULARY: SHOPPING CREDIT CARD MONEY/CASH PRICE/ PRICE TAG TROLLEY CHECK OUT PEOPLE QUEUEING AT THE CHECKOUT SHOP SHELVES ACTION SHOP ASSISTANT/ COSTUMER CHOPPING BASKET
  4. 4. PEOPLE LOOKING AT A SHOP WINDOW
  5. 5. SPEAKING, PART 3 I’d like each of you to talk about something. I’m going to give each of you a photograph of people going shopping. I’d like you to talk about it.
  6. 6. SPEAKING PART 2 I’m going to describe a situation to you. Your friends want to go shopping tomorrow morning but they are short of time. They’d like to go to many places, but they won’t have enough time. Talk together about the places they could go and say which place could be better if they want to buy many things.
  7. 7. Shopping: presentsMUSIC/ ENJOYABLE PERFUME/ ELEGANT VASE/ DECORATIVE PAINTING, CANVAS/ EXPENSIVE CHOCOLATES/ DELICIOUS T SHIRTS- PRACTICAL/FASHIONABL E BOOKS/ LOVE READING PHOTO FRAME/CAKE/ FOR DESSERT WATCH / LUXURIOUS BOUQUET OF FLOWERS/ CHEESY
  8. 8. I’m going to describe a situation to you. A young man has been invited to stay with a friend’s family for a few days. He hasn’t met them before and would like to take them a present. Talk together about the different presents he could take and say which would be the best for all the family.

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