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  Edugame Edugame Shopping Clothes Places in a city

1. Speaking

Look at the picture. Where is the girl? What is she looking at?

The Grand Mall

2. Listening

A. Before you listen, look at the receipts. What kind of shops
are they from?

1. a clothes shop

2. a supermarket

3. a bookshop

4. a bakery

B. Now listen to the dialogue in the department store and choose
the right answer:

1. The girl wants a gift for…

a. her father's birthday b. Father's Day c. her brother's birthday

2. She's looking at…

a. ties and shirts b. shorts and T-shirts c. shirts and T-shirts

3. The black shirt costs…

a. $20.95 b. $30.95 c. $40.95

4. The girl doesn't want the black shirt because…

a. it's too big b. it's too small c. it's too expensive

5. She finally buys…

a. a black T-shirt b. a black shirt c. a green T-shirt

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C. FATHER'S DAY

It's Father's Day soon and you want to buy something for your father.
What do you want to buy for him? Why?

D. LISTEN AND ANSWER

Mary prepares breakfast for her parents. Listen to the recording and tick ☑ the things she has on her tray.

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Now go here and read the text to see if you have ticked the correct things.

A. VERBS OF SENSES + ADJECTIVES

Verbs of senses

Look at the examples:

What does your mother's new car look like? It looks fantastic.

What does peanut butter taste like? It tastes delicious.

What does your new cotton T-shirt feel like? It feels soft.

What does the chocolate cake smell like? It smells good.

B. FEW/A FEW, LITTLE/A LITTLE

Look at the examples:

There are a few muffins on the plate. Let's eat them! (a few= some)

There are few pastries. Let's buy some. (few= almost no, not enough)

There is a little coffee in the pot. Let's drink it. (a little= some)

There is little milk. It's not enough for our coffee. (little= almost no, not enough)

Complete the rule:

a. We use _________/_________ before countable nouns

and _________/_________ before uncountable nouns.

b. _________ and _________ mean that something is enough.

c. _________ and _________ mean that something is not enough.

Now, look at these pictures and write your own sentences, as in the examples above.

A. THE FASHION SHOW: Be a model!

Take turns and walk like fashion models on the catwalk.

The other students use the words below to describe what the "model"
is wearing. Make comments on his/her clothes.

adjectives

colour

material

item

lovely

beautiful

cute

smart

elegant

short/long/
tight/loose/
baggy

pale green

pink

dark/navy
blue

pastel

purple

black and
white

cotton

woollen

leather

denim

linen

silk

nylon/
polyester

sweater

skirt

track suit

jeans/pants/
trousers

T-shirt

dress

jacket

She's wearing a cute,

pink, woollen sweater.

It suits her!

He's wearing smart,

dark blue, denim jeans.

They match his T-shirt.

B. PAIR WORK – The School Bazaar

Your class wants to raise money for a charity. Collect things you don't use any longer (clothes, books, toys, etc.) to sell them at the school bazaar.

Pupil A

You are the customer and you are
trying to buy the things you want.

Ask questions like:

How much is it/ are they?

What is it made of? etc.

Pupil B

You are trying to sell your things to the customer.

Answer the customer's questions.

5. Writing

You are now a member of the "Writing Club": close your eyes and use your five
senses to describe a favourite thing.

What does it taste/smell/feel/look/sound like? You can write a poem about:

a pair of snickers

your favourite dessert

a new shirt

a fruit, etc.

Write your poem and
put it in your portfolio.

Oh, my sweet Chocolate cake!

Off the oven, it looks fresh and smells nice;

it feels soft in my hands;

it tastes delicious in my mouth.

It sounds so tempting, I can never resist it!