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Dialogues: Going shopping. The clothes shop. A shopping role play. The task: going shopping along a typical British high street.

A shopping role play

Half the class have shopping lists and the other half own a shop. There are five shops: a computer shop a newsagent's a fruit shop a small supermarket a language bookshop The cards are structured so that some discussion and negotiation is necessary to find most of the things on the learners' shopping lists. In addition, each list also has a short task typical of normal interaction in the street, for example asking the time or directions to a bank. Preparation Before the class, copy and cut up the cards on worksheets A and B, so that there are an equal number of shoppers (worksheet A) and shop owners (B).

Worksheet A (shoppers) Worksheet B (shopkeepers) Procedure If you are practising language, review useful structures with the class first, e.g. N.B. Let's Talk Shop! 6 ESL Shopping Role Play Activities for Dynamic Learning. When you go abroad, shopping is inevitable.

Let's Talk Shop! 6 ESL Shopping Role Play Activities for Dynamic Learning

Your students might travel abroad to a foreign country and need their English for shopping escapades. Whether they end up buying gifts for their loved ones at home or some food at the corner store, they will find themselves in need of shopping vocabulary and phrases. Your students might also work selling products or services to English-speakers in their home country and need the same lingo. But how do you help the students learn what to say while they are shopping or selling?

Sure, you could print out a worksheet of useful phrases and have them study it, but there is something that works so much better. I have conjured up six awesome role play activities—plus some fun extra stuff—for you to use in your class to have them learn all they will need. Reality-based situations are quite effective and these role plays are pretty simple to use. Tips to Give ESL Students About Shopping in English Haggling isn’t always culturally acceptable.

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The 50 Best online clothes shops / shopping sites - Fashion & Beauty - IndyBest

Shopping and Prices. Shopping is much easier when you understand prices and the money system of the country where you live.

Shopping and Prices

This listening activity will help you understand dollars and cents in the United States. Listen by pressing the "Play Audio" button. Then, choose the price you hear. Press the "Final Score" button to check your quiz. [ Other Audio Options: Play RealMedia | Play Window Media ] Using an online currency converter (f you are living in a foreign country other than the United States), figure out the price of these items in US dollars. A liter or gallon of milk a loaf of bread a can of soda pop a McDonalds cheeseburger a liter or gallon of gas Now, write your opinions on a similar topic at Randall's ESL Blog HERE.

Randall's Sites: Daily ESL | ESL Blog | EZSlang | Train Your Accent | Tips For Students | Hiking In Utah. Listening Exercise: Shopping for Clothes. This is a very common conversation for when someone goes shopping. Vocabulary are you just looking? = do you want to look alone? To have a sale = a store will have many things at a discount (The store is having a sale.) to be on sale = one or more items at a discount (This shirt is on sale.) hanger = holds the clothes (a picture of it is on the left) Shopping for clothes. Shopping. Shopping for clothes. Shop assistant: Can I help you?

Shopping for clothes

Customer: Yes, have you got this T-shirt in other colours? Shop assistant: We’ve got it in white, black, red and purple. What size do you want? Customer: Medium. Shop assistant: OK, in medium we’ve got black and red. Customer: And in purple? Shop assistant: No, just black and red. Customer: OK, red. Shop assistant: Yes, of course. (pause) Shop assistant: Is it OK? Customer: Yes, I’ll take it. Shop assistant: That’s £10.95. Customer: Cash please. Shop assistant: OK, thanks, that’s nine pounds, 5 p change and here’s your receipt. Customer: Thanks. Shopping signs and notices. Buying new shoes.