Підручник Англійська мова 7 клас (3-й рік навчання) - Л.І. Морська - Богдан 2015 рік

Unit 3 SHOPPING. FOOD AND DRINKS

Lesson 27

1. Listen and read the dialogue. Role-play it with your partner. Then make up a similar one. Then talk about the clothes you are wearing. What are the colours and what are the sizes? Then talk about another pupil’s clothes. Look at this pupil and take notes. Ask your partner about the sizes.

Salesperson: May I help you?

Customer: Have you got this dress in a size ten?

Salesperson: We have got it in a ten, but not in that colour. What do you think of the blue?

Customer: Oh, it’s nice! Can I try it on?

Salesperson: Sure. The changing room is right over there.

2. Read the situations and say what is going to happen. There is a model and words in brackets to help you.

Model: Linda is skiing downhill. She is a bad skier. She can’t ski very well. — Linda is going to fall down.

1. The sky is dark. There are many dark grey clouds in the sky (rain).

2. The girl’s eyes are red and full of tears (cry).

3. Mother wants to bake a cake. She doesn’t have any butter for the cake (send her daughter to the shop).

4. I don’t feel well (see a doctor).

5. My grandparents don’t have a cow, but they want to have it. They have the money for a cow (buy).

6. The shop usually closes at 7:00 p.m. It’s 6:55 p.m. (close).

3. Answer the questions. Pay attention to the words in bold type. Guess their meaning. Use the dictionary if necessary.

1. Where do you shop for clothes, furniture, and household goods?

2. What are your favourite stores?

3. Has your favourite store got a website? Do you use it?

4. Has your city got department stores and shopping centres?

5. Do you prefer to shop in big stores or small shops? Why?

Formal

Informal

Could you bring me the check, please?

Could I have your name, please?

Can you open the door for me, please?

Can you call me later?

4. Read the conversations and identify the style (formal or informal). Suggest two examples of your own.

a) A: Can I talk to you for a minute?

B: Sure, what’s up?

b) A: Could I speak to you for a moment?

B: Yes, of course.

c) A: Could you come to my office, please?

B: Yes, certainly.

d) A: Can you come here for a second?

B: I’m sorry, I’m busy.

5. Look at the pictures and learn the words. Then make up sentences with each word.

We usually use words like these in the plural. Sometimes the singular form is possible: a shoe, a sock, an earring. BUT NOT a pant, a short.

6. Use the given expressions for different conversational situations and make up four dialogues for each situation. Role-play your dialogues with your classmates.

Finding a Shop

Questions

Can you recommend a good toy/ clothes shop?

Is there a chemist’s/supermarket in the area?

Where can I get toothpaste/pet food? Where’s the nearest shopping centre?

A nswers/comments

There’s a really good bookshop just around the corner.

You can buy that here in the hotel.

The best toy shop is in the shopping centre.

The nearest one is round the corner.

Opening Hours

Questions

What time do you open, please?

What time do you close, please?

What are your opening hours?

Are you open all day?

Are you open on Sundays?

A nswers/comments

We’re open 24/7. (24 hours a day/ 7 days a week)

We’re closed at lunchtime, between 12 and 2 p.m.

We’re open from 9 a.m. till 6 p.m.

Monday to Friday.

Shopping for Clothes

Questions

Could you help me, please?

Could you tell me where the … department is?

Excuse me, I’m looking for a … .

Can I try this on, please?

Does it suit me?

Have you got this in a (larger/smaller size) (different colour), please?

A nswers/comments

It’s too long/short.

It’s too tight/loose.

The ladies’ changing rooms are over there.

You can bring it back within two weeks.

7. Listen and read the dialogue. Role-play it with your partner. Then make up a similar one.

Salesperson: How does that pair feel?

Customer: They are more comfortable, but I like the other pair better.

Salesperson: I’m sorry. I haven’t got the other pair in a twelve.

Customer: Could you order them for me?

Salesperson: Sure. It is going to take a week. Is that OK?

Customer: Yes, that’s fine.

8. Pair work.

a) Role-play a conversation as suggested in the instructions.

Pupil A: Talk with your partner about the last time you went to a clothing store. What did you buy? What was the store like? Did the salesperson help you? How?

Pupil B: Ask your partner about a visit to a store. What store did she/he go to? What did she/he look for? What did she/he buy? Then tell the class about your partner’s visit to the store.

b) Change the roles and role-play the conversation one more time.

9. Use the words from the lesson and speak about your shopping habits. Use the model to help. You should say:

— Whether you like doing the shopping and why;

— Where you go to do the shopping;

— What you usually buy.

Model: I love doing the shopping.

It's always interesting. / Shopping is my hobby.

I usually go to our local supermarket.

I can find everything there.

I buy food every day.

Sometimes I can find good clothes there.






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