What do you think? Are these prices expensive, reasonable, or cheap?
|| $60.00 for a pair of jeans.
|| $100.00 for a tie.
|| $1.00 for a cup of coffee.
|| $8.00 for a shirt.
|| $20.00 for a glass of wine.
|| $7.00 for a movie ticket.
SHOPPING FOR CLOTHES
Task 5. Sort out the words below into the table.
Task 6. Match words to their definitions.
|| chain store
|| on offer
|| shopping centre
|| shopping mall
|| (One of) a group of retail shops which belong to a single company, have the same appearance and sell the same lines of goods (merchandise) -
|| A group of shops together in one area -
|| A group of shops together in one large covered building -
|| Looking at goods in shop windows without intending to buy them.
|| To look at the goods in a shop without wanting to buy any particular thing -
|| An amount of money that you must pay to the government according to your income, property, goods etc and that is used for public services.
|| The amount of money you have to pay for something -
|| For sale for a short time at a cheaper price than usual -
|| A reduction in the usual price of something -
|| A written list showing how much you have to pay for something you have bought -
|| A piece of paper that you are given which shows that you have paid for something -
|| Money in the form of coins or banknotes rather than cheques and credit cards -
|| The amount of money that is given back to you if you are not satisfied with the goods or services that you have paid for -
When we speak about clothes/garments/ a piece of clothing, we often use words MATCH – SUIT – FIT. Find definitions for each of these words:
1. to be the right size for your body; to try a piece of clothing on someone to see if it is the right size for them - .......
2. look good and attractive together because two things are a similar colour, pattern - .......
3. when clothes, colours etc make you look attractive; when something is acceptable, suitable or convenient for a particular person or in a particular situation – they .......
Fill in the missing word (MATCH – SUIT – FIT) in the correct form:
1. ▪ Do these shoes still ... you?
2. ▪ Do you think this tie ...the shirt?
3. ▪ Jill's new hairstyle ... not really ... her.
4. ▪ I know this dress is going to ... you like a glove (= very well).
5. ▪ Red ...you.
6. ▪ Your socks ... not ....
7. ▪ That coat really... Paul.
8. ▪ For every outfit, Stephanie seemed to have a handbag and shoes to ....
9. ▪ There's a range of restaurants to ... all tastes.
10. ▪ We bought a green carpet to ...the curtains.
11. ▪ He's put on so much weight that his clothes don't ...any more.
12. ▪ We have gifts to ...every pocket (= of all prices).
Task 7. Decide who might say the following:
Shop Assistants – Cashiers – Customers.
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