Αγγλικά ΣΤ' Δημοτικού - Βιβλίο Μαθητή (Εμπλουτισμένο)

You are here to READ

a supermarket flyer, a shopping list, a school canteen menu, a receipt, an internet site

 

and TALK ABOUT

shopping goods and their prices

 

and LISTEN TO

people talking in supermarkets and department stores

 

and WRITE

shopping lists and on-line orders

 

and LEARN

about countable and uncountable nouns and how to use a/an, some/any, a few/few, a little/little, how much, how many

Why do we go shopping?

Look at these pictures. Listen to the people and decide where they are.

Listening
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1. Reading

A. Look at the picture of the supermarket on the flyer below. Talk about the various departments you usually visit. What items can you buy there?

 

A. At FFM"s (Fresh Food Market), you can find a great selection of delicious and tempting cakes and desserts. Choose from fresh cream cakes and fruit flans to tasty pastries and delicious muffins – many prepared in-store. The boxes of doughnuts include a range of tempting flavours. For any special occasion there's a great range of celebration cakes too!

 

B. Every FFM has well trained butchers in-store, able to prepare over a hundred cuts of meat

like beef and lamb ribs, pork chops and steaks. So whether it's some mince for a cottage pie or a turkey for a special occasion, our butcher can prepare the cut that's right for you.  

 

C. At FFM's we carefully select and pack most of the fresh fruit and vegetables. You always find a superb selection of ready prepared salads and pre-washed vegetables. FFM offers a variety of organic products such as eggs, cheese, potatoes, mushrooms, tea bags and muesli that don't cost the earth. We are always on hand to help you with your selection.

B. Read the flyer of the Fresh Food Market and choose the correct heading for each paragraph. There is an extra heading that you don't need:

1. The dairy corner  2. The bakery  3. Meat and poultry  4. The greengrocer's

Read the flyer again and answer the questions below choosing from the paragraphs A-C:

Which paragraph(s) tell(s) you…

that you can buy healthy food

that you can buy a variety of sweets

that everything is in a good price

what you can buy for a barbecue party

what to buy for a rich breakfast

C. LISTEN AND ANSWER.
Mary and her mother are at the supermarket.
What do they need the strawberries for?
How much money do they cost?

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D. Mary is preparing the shopping list for her birthday party. Look at her list and help her to organize it:

Mary's shopping list

20 cans of cider
2 pounds of pork chops
a carton of milk
a dozen of eggs
2 packets of muffins
1 jar of jam
2 bars of chocolate
3 boxes of strawberries
2 packets of butter
1/2 pound of mince
3 bottles of orange juice
1 packet of flour
1 packet of sugar
2 pounds of bananas

What to buy

dairy

meat & poultry

fruit & vegetables

groceries

sweets

soft drinks

There is a banana in the basket.

There are some bananas in the basket.

There is some milk in the fridge.

A. COUNTABLE / UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS

Countable Nouns

Uncountable Nouns

Singular

Plural

(Singular Only)

a banana

an apple

some bananas

some milk

Look at the Grammar Box and
write your own sentences.

Now complete the rule:

We use _______ /_______ before countable nouns in singular.

We use _______ before countable nouns in plural and before uncountable nouns.

B. SOME, ANY, HOW MUCH, HOW MANY

Have you got any milk?

How much milk have you got?

Have you got any bananas?

How many apples have you got?

Yes, I've got some.

I've got a little. I haven't got much.

Yes, I've got some. They aren't many.

I've got a lot.

Affirmative

Negative

Question

Countable Nouns In Plural

some

a lot of

any

not many

How many?

any…?

Uncountable Nouns

some

a lot of

any

not much

How much?

any…?

Look at the Grammar Box and write your own

sentences.


Now complete the rule:

We use _____/_____ in affirmative sentences.
We use _____/_____/_____ in negative sentences.
When we ask questions, we use _____/_____before
countable nouns in plural and _____/_____ before
uncountable nouns.

We say But we also say

some milk a bottle of milk

some chocolate a bar of chocolate

some sugar a packet of sugar

3. Practice

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A. PAIR WORK: WHAT'S IN YOUR SHOPPING BAG?

You are at the supermarket with your friend. Put 5 things in your shopping bag but don't let your friend see what's in it.

Ask each other questions to find out what's in your friend's bag and write them down.

 

– Have you got any apples in your shopping bag?

– No, I haven't.

– Have you got any bananas?

– Yes, I have.

– How many have you got?

– Five.

B. ROLE-PLAY: A SHOP IN THE CLASSROOM

Form two groups,
shopkeepers and customers,
and act out this activity.

LEARNING STRATEGIES

When I speak English in class…

I do not hesitate to speak

I start the conversation with my classmates

I am not afraid to make mistakes

I try to remember dialogues I have learnt by heart

I ask for correction.

Shopkeepers

Organize your shop. Prepare pictures of goods and price tags for them. Display them on your desks. Get ready to welcome your customers.

Customers

Prepare your shopping lists and
go shopping.

C. AT THE SCHOOL CANTEEN

Read the menu of the school canteen here.

You have €2.50. Choose your treats but stay within your budget.

What to buy How many How much