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Lesson 35. Going shopping
1. Look at the pictures. Where do you usually shop for these things?
1. Look at the pictures. Where do you usually shop for these things?

·        online

·        in a small local shop

·        in a supermarket, hypermarket or department store

·        in another way

·        online ·        in a small local shop ·        in...
2. a) Read these words. Do you think they are the same or different? Why?
2. a) Read these words. Do you think they are the same or different? Why?

1)    a supermarket and a market

2)    A drugstore and a pharmacy

3)    a shopping mall and a department store

4)    a library and a bookstore

1)    a supermarket and a market 2)    A drugstore and...
b) What are the last three stores you've been to? What kind of stores are they? What did you buy?
b) What are the last three stores you've been to? What kind of stores are they? What did you buy?
3. Types of shops.
3. Types of shops.
Study different types of shops and do the exercises.
Study different types of shops and do the exercises.
Answer the questions in this questionnaire.
Answer the questions in this questionnaire.
4. Watch the video.
4. Watch the video.
PRETTY WOMAN - GOING SHOPPING
PRETTY WOMAN - GOING SHOPPING
Duration (m)
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·        Have you seen this film before? Do you like it?

·        Why did this girl come to this expensive shop?

·        Why were the shop assistants so rude?

·        Have you seen this film before? Do you like...
Put these phrases in correct order.
Put these phrases in correct order.

v May I help you?

v Are you looking for something in particular?

v Yes

v Thank you

v I don't think this would fit you

v How much is this, Marie?

v Look, I got money to spend in here

v It's very expensive

v How much is this?

v I'm just checking things out

v No..well, yeah.. something conservative

v You got nice stuff

v Well, I didn't ask if it would fit. I asked how much it was.

v I don't think we have anything for you. You're obviously in the wrong place. Please, leave

v May I help you? v Are you looking for...
5. Sometimes when the service is bad we have to complain. Listen to a part of a radio program where people are talking about bad service. Then answer the questions.
5. Sometimes when the service is bad we have to complain. Listen to a part of a radio program where people are talking about bad service. Then answer the questions.

1)    Who is the best at complaining in your family? Give examples.

2)    Can you remember a time when you(or someone in your family) complained....?

·        to a taxi driver

·        to a waiter

·        to a hotel receptionist

·        to someone else

Why did you complain? What did you say? What happened?

1)    Who is the best at complaining in your family?...
6.Here is a list of useful phrases that you can use to make a complaint.
6.Here is a list of useful phrases that you can use to make a complaint.
Read these situations and complain to the manager.
Read these situations and complain to the manager.
7. Reading. a) Look at these pictures and describe them.
7. Reading. a) Look at these pictures and describe them.
b) Answer the questions:
b) Answer the questions:

·        What is the difference between a shopping centre and a market?

·        Do you ever go shopping in markets? Where?

·        Is there a market where you live? What can you buy there? Can you bargain for thing?

·        What is the difference between a shopping centre and...
c) Read the introduction to an article about a market. Why are markets more interesting than shopping centres?
c) Read the introduction to an article about a market. Why are markets more interesting than shopping centres?
d) Read the text and answer the questions about this market.
d) Read the text and answer the questions about this market.

1)    Where exactly is the market?

2)    What days and times is it open?

3)    What food does it sell? Give some examples.

4)    What other things does it sell?

5)    What do you learn about the people who work there?

6)    Describe the market. Find some adjectives.

7)    What can you do after the market?

8)    What do you learn about the town?

1)    Where exactly is the market? 2)    What days and...
e) Would you like to visit this market? Why/Why not? Have you ever visited a market in another country? If yes, describe it.
e) Would you like to visit this market? Why/Why not? Have you ever visited a market in another country? If yes, describe it.
8. Choose three topics and tell about them. Give as much information as you can.
8. Choose three topics and tell about them. Give as much information as you can.
Thank you for the lesson!
Thank you for the lesson!
Next: Lesson 36. The other side of the coin - we spend more and more, society of consumption