Theme 11: Shopping & Services

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Typ práce: Ostatné
Dátum: 15.04.2020
Jazyk: Angličtina
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Theme 11: SHOPPING & SERVICES (Nákupné zariadenia. Pošta. Druhy a spôsoby nákupu a platenia. Hotely a hotelové služby. Kultúra nakupovania a služieb.)

  1. ROČNÍK

VOCABULARY:

Shopping&services - places: bank, café, clothes shop, hotel, post office, restaurant, shop, shopping centre, supermarket, tourist office

Shopping&services – people: postman

Shopping – related words: street, square, € - euro, £ - pound

Services– related words: address, envelope, letter, postcode, postcard, stamp

Verbs: buy, drink, eat, go shopping, shop

Useful phrases:

be at the shops

How much is it? / How much are they? It’s … / They’re …

CONVERSATION STARTERS:

  1. What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘post office’?
  2. What is your favourite shop?
  3. What shops are there in your town?
  4. Where do you go shopping?

CONVERSATION QUESTIONS:

  1. What do you buy at the supermarkets?
  2. What is your address?
  3. Where is the post office in your town?
  4. What do people do at the shops?
  5. What can you buy at the toy shop?
  6. What do people do at the restaurant?

PICTURES FOR SPEAKING:

  1. ROČNÍK

VOCABULARY:

Shopping&services - places: bank, café, department store, hotel, market, post office, restaurant, shop, shopping centre, supermarket, tourist office

  • shops: bookshop, clothes shop, greengrocer's/greengrocery, grocer's/grocery, pet shop

Shopping&services – people: customer, postman, waiter, waitress

Shopping – related words: shopping list, street, square, trolley, wallet

  • € - euro, £ - pound, p – pence, money

Services– related words: address, envelope, letter, postcode, postcard, stamp

Verbs: buy, do the shopping, decide, drink, eat, enjoy, go shopping, look for, need, send, shop, spend money, stay, use

Adjectives: expensive – cheap, poor - rich

Useful phrases: be at the shops Anything else?

Do you want anything to …? Can I have …?

How much is it? / How much are they?

It’s … / They’re … stay in a hotel

CONVERSATION STARTERS:

  1. What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘shopping centre’?
  2. What shops are there in your town?
  3. What is your favourite shop?
  4. How often do you go shopping?
  5. Do you prefer large or small shops?

CONVERSATION QUESTIONS:

  1. Do you like shopping? Why, or why not?
  2. Do you like supermarkets? Why, or why not?
  3. Do you write a shopping list before you go to the supermarket?
  4. Can you always find the things you need in a supermarket?
  5. What are typical things you buy at the supermarket?
  6. Do you visit markets? What can you buy there?
  7. Do you often buy things you don't need?
  8. How often do you do your grocery shopping?
  9. What kind of things do you often shop?
  10. How much money did you spend yesterday? Where did you spend it? What did you spend it on?

ROLE PLAY:

A: You want to send a postcard from your holidays. You want to send it to your grandma. Ask for some information how to write the address and send the postcard.

B: You work in the post office. You must give some information how to write the address and send the postcard.

A: You are with your partner B at the shops. He/she has got 12€. Your partner wants a new T-shirt. You don’t agree.

B: You are with your partner A at the shops. You have got 12€. You want to buy a new T-shirt.

PICTURES FOR SPEAKING:

  1. ROČNÍK

VOCABULARY:

Shopping&services - places: agency, bank, bar, café, department store, hotel, market, post office, pub, restaurant, shop, shopping centre, store, supermarket, tourist office

  • agency – detective agency, travel agency
  • shops: baker's/bakery, bookshop, clothes shop, greengrocer's/greengrocery, grocer's/grocery, jeweller’s/jewellery, music store, pet shop, sports shop

Shopping&services – people: customer, postman, shop assistant, shopkeeper, waiter, waitress

Shopping – related words: price, shopping list, street, square, trolley, wallet

  • € - euro, £ - pound, p – pence, money

Services– related words: address, e-mail, envelope, letter, postcode, postcard, stamp, telegram

Verbs: book, borrow, buy, do the shopping, decide, drink, eat, enjoy, go shopping, look for, need, pay, phone, post, prefer, sell, send, shop, stay, use

Adjectives: expensive – cheap, poor - rich

Useful phrases: be at the shops Anything else?

Do you want anything to …? Can I have …?

How much is it? / How much are they?

It’s … / They’re … stay in a hotel

CONVERSATION STARTERS:

  1. What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘shop’?
  2. What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘money’?
  3. Can you name five different types of shops?
  4. How often do you go shopping?
  5. What things do you like shopping for?
  6. What things do you dislike shopping for?
  7. What do you buy daily?
  8. When’s the best time to go shopping?

CONVERSATION QUESTIONS:

  1. Do you like shopping? Why, or why not?
  2. Do you prefer shopping in shopping centres, markets or streets? Why?
  3. What is the most popular place to shop in your town?
  4. What shop do you go to the most often? Where is it? Why do you like going there?
  5. How do you usually spend your money? What do you usually buy?
  6. Who do you go shopping with?
  7. Where's the nearest shopping centre? What are the opening hours?
  8. What are better – big supermarkets or small grocery stores?
  9. Do your parents shop online? What do they usually buy? What websites do they use?
  10. Do your parents shop from catalogues?
  11. How do you decide what you're going to buy?
  12. Do you often buy things that you don't need? If so, give some
  13. Do you like buying things for other people?
  14. What was the last thing you bought for someone else?
  15. What gifts do you like shopping?
  16. How much did you spend on presents or gifts last year?

ROLE PLAY:

A: Your friend Jane will celebrate her birthday. You must buy some gift. You think you’ll buy something at the jeweller’s. Explain why.

B: Your friend Jane will celebrate her birthday. You must buy some gift. You think you’ll buy something at the bookshop. Explain why.

A: You really like shopping in the supermarkets. You think it saves the time and money. B: You prefer shopping in the small shops and in the markets. You think the goods are more quality there.

PICTURES FOR SPEAKING:

VOCABULARY:

8., 9. ROČNÍK

Shopping&services - places: agency, bank, bar, beauty salon, boutique, café, department store, hairdresser's, hotel, market, post office, pub, restaurant, shop, shopping centre, store, supermarket, tourist office

  • agency – detective agency, rental agency, travel agency
  • shops: baker's/bakerybookshop, chemist's, clothes shop, computer shop,

greengrocer's/greengrocery, grocer's/grocery, jeweller’s/jewellery, music store, newsagent’s, pet shop, shoe shop, sports shop, sweet shop, toy shop

Shopping&services – people: customer, manager, postman, shop assistant /or sales assistant/, shopkeeper, waiter, waitress

Shopping&services – related words: allowance, cash, choice, credit card, opening hours, price, street, square, trend

Shopping – related words: cash, cash registerchanging room, goods, sale, shopping basket, shopping cartshopping list, trolley, wallet

  • dollar, € - euro, £ - pound, p – pence, money

Services– related words: address, air-mail, banknote, e-mail, envelope, letter, postcode, postcard, rest, SMS, stamp, telegram, tip

Verbs: book, borrow, browse, buy, can’t afford, choose, compare, do the shopping, decide, drink, eat, enjoy, exchange, go shopping, import, lend, look for, need, offer, order, pay, phone, post, prefer, produce, receive, recommend, refuse, save, sell, send, shop, spend money on, stay, supply, try, try on, use

Adjectives: comfortable, damaged, expensive – cheap, good-quality, poor - rich

Useful phrases:

be at the shops

Are you ready to order? Anything else?

Do you want anything to …? Can I have …?

Can I pay by card?

Could you help me, please? Could we have the bill, please?

Do you take credit cards?

How much is it? / How much are they? in the sale/Is this in the sale?

I'd like to have It’s … / They’re … just the bill please shop around

stay in a hotel

CONVERSATION STARTERS:

  1. What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘shopping’?
  2. What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘bank’?
  3. What's your favourite shopping area or store?
  4. What is anything you would like to buy?
  5. What’s the most expensive thing you’ve ever bought?
  6. What’s the strangest thing you’ve ever bought?
  7. Do you pay with a credit card or with cash?
  8. What can people shop online?

CONVERSATION QUESTIONS:

  1. What do you enjoy shopping?
  2. Do you prefer large department stores or small boutiques?
  3. When you buy something, do you “shop around” and go to many stores to compare prices?
  4. When you buy something, what is most important to you: price, quality or fashion trend?
  5. How do you usually spend your money? What do you usually buy?
  6. Have you ever bought the things that you don't need? If so, give some
  7. What would you love to buy but you can't afford?
  8. Do you prefer going shopping alone or with friends? Why?
  9. How do you decide what you're going to buy?
  10. Do you have a credit card? Are credits cards a good thing?
  11. Have you ever paid with a credit card? What did you buy?
  12. Should parents give a credit card to teenagers?
  13. Do your parents give you an allowance? How much? What do you use it for? How often do they give it to you?
  14. Do your parents shop online? What do they usually buy? What websites do they use?
  15. Do your parents shop from catalogues? What do they usually buy? What catalogues do they use?
  16. If you had 1 million dollars, what would you buy first?
  17. If you had 2 minutes to fill your supermarket trolley for free, what would you fill it with?
  18. Can you recommend a good clothes shop? What time do they open? What time do they close?
  19. What car would you like to buy? Why?
  20. Do you give tips at a restaurant in your country? At a bar? What about to taxi drivers? To hairdressers? At the hotels? At airports to people who carry your bags?
  21. Do you often buy products that advertised on TV, newspapers or magazines? If so, what was the last item that you bought?

Services

  1. What kinds of services do you use? How often?
  2. How often do you go to the hairdresser's?
  3. What services do you use in the post office?
  4. How much does it cost to get a haircut in your country?
  5. How much does it cost to ride a bus in your country?
  6. Do you have a mobile phone?
  7. When do you ever use public phones?
  8. Are you satisfied with your Internet service?
  9. Has your family ever used the service of the rental cars?

ROLE PLAY:

A: Your parents give you an allowance, but you need more. Explain your mum/dad why you need more money and what you use it for.

B: You're mum/dad. You regularly give your kid, partner A, an allowance. You don’t want to give more money to him/her.

A: Your partner B is wearing very fashionable jeans. You'd like to have them, too. Get some information where your partner B got them.

B: You're wearing very fashionable jeans. Your partner A likes them a lot. Give some information about your shopping them.

A: You’re going to stay in the Hotel Fantasyland on your holidays. Tell your partner B why you have chosen that hotel. Give him some information about the services of the hotel. Advise him how to book the hotel.

B: You think the Hotel Fantasyland is very expensive. You have never spent your holidays there. Get him some information about the services of the hotel and how to book the reservation.

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