Created by Denisova Elena Uranievna, School No.5, Strezhevoy, Tomsk Region Shops and Shopping. - презентация
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Created by Denisova Elena Uranievna, School No.5, Strezhevoy, Tomsk Region Shops and Shopping
How often do you go to the shops? How often do you go to the shops? (How many times a week) (How many times a week) Do you like the process of shopping? Do you like the process of shopping? What attracts you most: What attracts you most: the necessity to restock; the necessity to restock; the possibility to possess new things; the possibility to possess new things; the desire to experience novelties; the desire to experience novelties; anything else? anything else? Do you belong to the frequenters Do you belong to the frequenters of supermarkets? of supermarkets? Can you be called a shopaholic? Can you be called a shopaholic? Questionnaire:
My mother gave me a penny to buy a candy. I didnt buy any candy. It cost a nickel. A nick-nick-nick-nick-nickel. It costs a nickel. A little penny candy – it costs a nickel! Oh, everything is higher. Its really outrageous*! Yes, everything is higher except my Daddys wages**! ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ *Its outrageous! – Это возмутительно! **wages (pl.) – зарплата (мн.ч.) Warming-Up 1
My mother gave me a nickel to buy a pickle*. I didnt buy any pickle. It cost a quarter. A qua-qua-qua-qua-quarter. It costs a quarter. A little nickel pickle – it costs a quarter! Oh, everything is higher. Its really outrageous! Yes, everything is higher except my Daddys wages! ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ *pickle – пикули (обычно мн.ч. – pickles), т.е. маринованный / солёный огурец т.е. маринованный / солёный огурец Warming-Up 2
My mother gave me a quarter to buy some seltzer* water. I didnt buy seltzer water. It cost a dollar. A do-do-do-do-dollar. It costs a dollar. A bottle of seltzer water – it costs a dollar! Oh, everything is higher. Its really outrageous! Yes, everything is higher except my Daddys wages! ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ *seltzer (water) – сельтерская (т.е. газированная) вода (т.е. газированная) вода Warming-Up 3
Provision Shops When we want to buy food, supermarket we go to a supermarket or a specialized provision shop. The grocer sells a variety of foodstuffs, such as flour, oil, eggs, biscuits, sugar, jams and jellies, spices, tinned and frozen foods. At the greengrocers youll buy fruits and vegetables. A milk shop is called a dairy ['d ɛ əri]. There we buy dairy products: milk, yoghurt, butter, cheese, curds, sour cream or ice-cream. Provision shop DAIRY
A Variety of Shops For fish we go to the fishmongers who will offer us salmon or trout, mackerel or herrings, lobsters or crabs. To buy some kinds of meat (pork, veal, mutton or beef) or various sorts of poultry (chickens, ducks, geese or turkey) we go to the ['butəri] butchers (butchery). ['but əri] When we run out of bread, we hurry to the bakers (bakery). In a confectionary you will find different pastries, chocolates, toffees, cakes and other tempting sweets as well. BAKERS FISHMONGER S
Supermarkets and department stores are large shops where various goods are sold under one roof and you can find nearly everything you need. These stores have lots of departments: e.g. stationery (where we can buy paper, ball pens, felt-tip pens and other useful things for office work), perfumery (with a wide choice of cosmetics to any taste: scents, face creams and powders, lipsticks, eye shadows, mascaras, plus soaps, shampoos and lotions to wash all these off)… Department Stores
Things to Wear If you dont want to walk barefoot, youll have to visit the footwear department. There youll find boots and high boots, rubbers and overshoes, high-heeled shoes and slippers, sandals and gym-shoes, shoelaces and what not! At the hosiery ['həuʒəri] department tights, socks and golf-stockings are sold. Clothes of different types are presented at the outfitters (mens, ladies or childrens outfitters).
If you dont want to go bareheaded, youll drop into the hat department to buy a hat or a cap. Women can find there different scarves or kerchiefs. To buy different items for needlework, embroidery or knitting (buttons, needles, zippers, reels of many-coloured cottons, ribbons and so on) youll have to drop into the haberdashery. Jewelry (gold and silver ware), bijoux and other items of this kind are sold at the jewellers ['dʒu:ələz] department. Nice knick-knacks and souvenirs are kept at the gift department. Accessory Things
Sets of bed-clothes and bedding (sheets, blanket covers, pillow-cases), towels, tablecloths and napkins are sold at the linen ['linin] department. Numerous bags and suitcases, belts, gloves, purses and wallets can be found at the leather goods department. For going in for sports lots of sporting facilities are offered at the sports goods department. Necessary Things
Bolts, nails, scissors and screwdrivers are sold at the hardware department. At the electrical goods department you will find mixers, minces, toasters, blenders, irons, vacuum cleaners, heaters and other electrical items. When you see the word China in the name of the department, dont be surprised. At the china department you can buy vases, dishes or saucers from different countries of the world. Violins, cellos or guitars are offered at the musical instruments department. Other Useful Things
Learn some topical rhymes: -What are you looking for at this department store? -I wonder if I can buy a souvenir near here. -What kind of shoes are you going to choose? -Will you enter the newly-opened shopping centre? Window-shopping Dont confuse! a shopping bag bags of shopping Some people spend hours walking around large stores without buying anything. This process is called window-shopping.
If you were the manager of this department store, what departments and in what order would you place here to be more efficient? entrance Make a plan:
*Some Definitions A shopping centre is the area of shops selling their wares. They arent located under the same roof. A shopping mall is the group of shops where wares are sold under the same roof. Its a big complex with more than one department store. A shopping centre gives you access to all the stores through one entrance. A shopping mall makes you exit one store in order to enter the others. There are several entrances. Having entered the shopping mall, you can go to any store without going back outside. In a shopping centre there is only one-two entrances to each store and in order to go to another store you have to go outside.
Try to guess the meaning of the words: advertisement catalogue check discount 1. As a rule, coins are carried in it, especially by women. 2. And banknotes are usually kept in a …. 3. This sign promises you the reduced price. 4. We are given this as proof of buying something. 5. Read this magazine to find descriptions of goods. 6. Going shopping we plan what to buy and make a …. 7. You push this cart in the supermarket and fill it with food or goods. 8. These words may persuade us to buy something. list purse trolley wallet 50% off
r yy b g tchery rpv r i a d siop u s t ekb r e reeg a m k r e ngr c o r yrec dpartment on h c n a n n i l A Crossword Give their English definitions: 1. _______________ 2. _______________ 3. _______________ 4. _______________ 5. _______________ 6. _______________ 7. _______________ 8. _______________ 9. _______________ 10. ______________
Imagine: youre a student, living on your own. Your parents pay your rent and public utilities but your other expenses are cut down as they call you a spendthrift. Having a limited sum of money for the shopping, what will you do: follow your parents advice and buy only necessary things; act on impulse and buy what you really want; try to choose the golden mean; go to the shop with reduced prices; ask your friends advice; …. Discuss Making a Shopping List: (a role play)
Learning to Economize (its your hometask) Give your own advice how to cut down the expenses and compose your Rational Customers Code: