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Приложение к уроку английского на тему "Покупки"

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Shopping

There are different kinds of shops. Some of them sell bread. Others sell tea, sugar, coffee, butter, cheese, sausages, meat, fruit, and vegetables.

When we want to buy something, we take our shopping-bags and go to the shop. There we can see shop-assistants who sell goods.

Many people do their shopping at the market. There farmers and other people sell fruit and vegetables which they grow themselves. They sell meat, milk and other things too.

Large shops with many departments are called department stores and supermarkets. In these stores we can buy almost everything we want. In the shop-windows we can see all the goods which they sell – food, suits, dresses, coats, boots, shoes, radio and TV-sets, and many other things.

Complete the sentences:

1. We take … and go to the shop.

2. … sells the goods.

3. Many people do shopping at the …

4. Farmers sell …

5. Large shops with many departments are called …

Dialogue 1 
- Can I help you?
 
- Yes, I’m looking for a sweater.
- What size are you?
 
- I’m an extra large.
- How about this one?
 
- Yes, that’s nice. Can I try it on?
- Certainly, there’s the changing rooms over there.
 
- Thank you.
- How does it fit?
 
- It’s too large. Do you have a large?
- Yes, here you are.
 
- Thank you. I’ll have it, please.
- OK, how would you like to pay?
 
- Do you take credit cards?
- Yes, we do. Visa, Master Card and American Express.
 
- OK, here’s my Visa.
- Thank you. Have a nice day!
 
- Thank you, goodbye. 

  1. Read the dialogue and write down the useful words

  2. Make the dialogue like this

Shopping

There are different kinds of shops. Some of them sell bread. Others sell tea, sugar, coffee, butter, cheese, sausages, meat, fruit, and vegetables.

When we want to buy something, we take our shopping-bags and go to the shop. There we can see shop-assistants who sell goods.

Many people do their shopping at the market. There farmers and other people sell fruit and vegetables which they grow themselves. They sell meat, milk and other things too.

Large shops with many departments are called department stores and supermarkets. In these stores we can buy almost everything we want. In the shop-windows we can see all the goods which they sell – food, suits, dresses, coats, boots, shoes, radio and TV-sets, and many other things.

Complete the sentences:

1. We take … and go to the shop.

2. … sells the goods.

3. Many people do shopping at the …

4. Farmers sell …

5. Large shops with many departments are called …

Dialogue 1 
- Can I help you?
 
- Yes, I’m looking for a sweater.
- What size are you?
 
- I’m an extra large.
- How about this one?
 
- Yes, that’s nice. Can I try it on?
- Certainly, there’s the changing rooms over there.
 
- Thank you.
- How does it fit?
 
- It’s too large. Do you have a large?
- Yes, here you are.
 
- Thank you. I’ll have it, please.
- OK, how would you like to pay?
 
- Do you take credit cards?
- Yes, we do. Visa, Master Card and American Express.
 
- OK, here’s my Visa.
- Thank you. Have a nice day!
 
- Thank you, goodbye. 

  1. Read the dialogue and write down the useful words

  2. Make the dialogue like this

Shopping

There are different kinds of shops. Some of them sell bread. Others sell tea, sugar, coffee, butter, cheese, sausages, meat, fruit, and vegetables.

When we want to buy something, we take our shopping-bags and go to the shop. There we can see shop-assistants who sell goods.

Many people do their shopping at the market. There farmers and other people sell fruit and vegetables which they grow themselves. They sell meat, milk and other things too.

Large shops with many departments are called department stores and supermarkets. In these stores we can buy almost everything we want. In the shop-windows we can see all the goods which they sell – food, suits, dresses, coats, boots, shoes, radio and TV-sets, and many other things.

Complete the sentences:

1. We take … and go to the shop.

2. … sells the goods.

3. Many people do shopping at the …

4. Farmers sell …

5. Large shops with many departments are called …

Dialogue 1 
- Can I help you?
 
- Yes, I’m looking for a sweater.
- What size are you?
 
- I’m an extra large.
- How about this one?
 
- Yes, that’s nice. Can I try it on?
- Certainly, there’s the changing rooms over there.
 
- Thank you.
- How does it fit?
 
- It’s too large. Do you have a large?
- Yes, here you are.
 
- Thank you. I’ll have it, please.
- OK, how would you like to pay?
 
- Do you take credit cards?
- Yes, we do. Visa, Master Card and American Express.
 
- OK, here’s my Visa.
- Thank you. Have a nice day!
 
- Thank you, goodbye. 

  1. Read the dialogue and write down the useful words

  2. Make the dialogue like this

Test “Shopping”

1. Where could you buy some chocolate?

a) A sweet shop b) A jewelers c)A butcher

d) A florist e) A hardware store

2. Where could you buy some milk?

a) A sweet shop b) A dairy c) A butcher

d) A florist e) A hardware store

3. Where could you buy some meat?

a) A tobacconist b) A jewelers c) A butcher

d) A record shop e) A chemist

4. Where could you buy a newspaper?

a) A sweet shop b) A dairy c) A newsagent

d) A florist e) A hardware store

5. Where could you buy a Barbie doll?

a) A sweet shop b) A dairy c) A newsagent

d) A toy shop. e) A hardware store

6. Where could you buy fruit?

a) A bakery b) A greengrocer c) A fishmonger

d) A book shop e) A shoe shop

7. Where could you buy some flowers?

a) A tobacconist b) A jewelers c) A butcher

d) A florist e) A chemist

8. Where could you buy bread?

a) A bakery b) A stationers c) A fishmonger

d) A book shop e) A shoe shop

9. Where could you buy some aspirin?

a) A bakery b) A greengrocer c) A travel-agency

d) A record shop e) A chemist

10. Where could you buy a book ?

a) An optician b) A stationers c) A fishmonger

d) A book shop e) A pet shop











Test “Shopping”

1. Where could you buy some chocolate?

a) A sweet shop b) A jewelers c)A butcher

d) A florist e) A hardware store

2. Where could you buy some milk?

a) A sweet shop b) A dairy c) A butcher

d) A florist e) A hardware store

3. Where could you buy some meat?

a) A tobacconist b) A jewelers c) A butcher

d) A record shop e) A chemist

4. Where could you buy a newspaper?

a) A sweet shop b) A dairy c) A newsagent

d) A florist e) A hardware store

5. Where could you buy a Barbie doll?

a) A sweet shop b) A dairy c) A newsagent

d) A toy shop. e) A hardware store

6. Where could you buy fruit?

a) A bakery b) A greengrocer c) A fishmonger

d) A book shop e) A shoe shop

7. Where could you buy some flowers?

a) A tobacconist b) A jewelers c) A butcher

d) A florist e) A chemist

8. Where could you buy bread?

a) A bakery b) A stationers c) A fishmonger

d) A book shop e) A shoe shop

9. Where could you buy some aspirin?

a) A bakery b) A greengrocer c) A travel-agency

d) A record shop e) A chemist

10. Where could you buy a book ?

a) An optician b) A stationers c) A fishmonger

d) A book shop e) A pet shop











Test “Shopping”

1. Where could you buy some chocolate?

a) A sweet shop b) A jewelers c)A butcher

d) A florist e) A hardware store

2. Where could you buy some milk?

a) A sweet shop b) A dairy c) A butcher

d) A florist e) A hardware store

3. Where could you buy some meat?

a) A tobacconist b) A jewelers c) A butcher

d) A record shop e) A chemist

4. Where could you buy a newspaper?

a) A sweet shop b) A dairy c) A newsagent

d) A florist e) A hardware store

5. Where could you buy a Barbie doll?

a) A sweet shop b) A dairy c) A newsagent

d) A toy shop. e) A hardware store

6. Where could you buy fruit?

a) A bakery b) A greengrocer c) A fishmonger

d) A book shop e) A shoe shop

7. Where could you buy some flowers?

a) A tobacconist b) A jewelers c) A butcher

d) A florist e) A chemist

8. Where could you buy bread?

a) A bakery b) A stationers c) A fishmonger

d) A book shop e) A shoe shop

9. Where could you buy some aspirin?

a) A bakery b) A greengrocer c) A travel-agency

d) A record shop e) A chemist

10. Where could you buy a book ?

a) An optician b) A stationers c) A fishmonger

d) A book shop e) A pet shop





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