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Shopping for clothes

Shopping for clothes
Shop assistant: Can I help you? 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.

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Shopping ESL EFL Activities Role-plays Worksheets At the Clothes Shop ESL EFL Writing and Speaking Activity - Elementary - 20 Minutes In this useful teaching activity, students practice and create clothes shop conversations. Each pair of students is given a copy of the worksheet. The pairs separate three jumbled shopping conversations by reading the customer and shop assistant responses and labelling the lines 1, 2, or 3, depending on which conversation they belong to. Buying new shoes Shop assistant: Hi there. Do you need any help?Sam: Hi. Asking For and Giving Street Directions English Exercise Introduction: Anybody who has travelled to another country or city has got lost. Sometimes maps don't help, so you have to ask somebody for directions.

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.) 24 ESL Conversation Questions and Topics for Adults [Download This Guide] Text Version: When you’re having a conversation with a fellow ESL student, it can sometimes be challenging to get started. Even if you and your classmate are great conversationalists in your native language, you may have trouble coming up with questions to ask each other that will lead to more than just a one-sentence response in English.The next time you’re stuck coming up with a good conversation starter while practicing your English, try picking something from this list of ESL conversation questions for adults. You can even print the questions out so you can easily reference them.

Shopping and Prices Shopping is much easier when you understand prices and the money system of the country where you live. This listening activity will help you understand dollars and cents in the United States. Listen by pressing the "Play Audio" button. How to Start a Conversation When You Have Nothing to Talk About (with Examples) Edit Article Sample HintsStarting Your Conversation Edited by Anthony J. Colleluori, Jack Herrick, DrLynx, Ben Rubenstein and 164 others Starting a conversation to get to know someone or breaking an awkward silence can be very stressful. To start a conversation when you have nothing to talk about, use these guidelines.

The 50 Best online clothes shops / shopping sites - Fashion & Beauty - IndyBest Use these quick links to jump to each section: Budget, Boutiques, Up-and-coming designers, Vintage, Discount, Luxury & For Hire Budget Linzishoes, Speaking strings Speaking strings Submitted by admin on 15 May, 2008 - 13:49 This tip is for a game which is really useful for getting shy students to speak. It can also be a fun way to practise extended speaking for exams, and requires very little preparation indeed. Get enough pieces of string so that you have one for each group. The pieces of string should be really long, probably about 4 metres each.

Let's Talk Shop! 6 ESL Shopping Role Play Activities for Dynamic Learning When you go abroad, shopping is inevitable. 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.

FCE Speaking Activity - ESL Kids Games : ESL Kids Games This week’s post focuses on a great way to practice speaking with higher level teens and adults. It is especially good for practicing part 4 of the FCE speaking exam, but can also be used for any speaking practice with higher level students. Activity Time: 5 mins + Materials required: A copy of the printable.