In this unit, we learned several new ways of communicating about shopping and clothing:
We also learned the meanings of “let’s”, heard dialogues that involve talking to store clerks, and practiced pronunciation.
What are you wearing right now? Make a list using terms and expressions. Draw a picture of each piece of your clothing. Then, label them!
What’s your favorite store? Imagine visiting the store and wanting to find an outfit for a party. What could a conversation with a clerk sound like? Use terms and expressions from your notebook and create a mini dialogue. Here’s an example:
Clerk: Welcome to Old Navy! How can I help you?
Me: Hello, I have a party to go to tonight. I want to buy a dress.
Clerk: Well, we have a sale today. You can get two dresses for $20 dollars. Why don’t you try on a few outfits? What size are you?
Me: I am size small. But I have gained some weight. So a small dress might be too tight.
Clerk: Ok, I will give you medium sizes. I hope they fit!
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