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Do you like to go Shopping. AIMS:. To repeat words and combinations in oral speech To develop dialog skills To repeat grammar material in oral speech. Christmas tongue twisters. Santa's sleigh slides on slick snow. Bobby brings bright bells. Chilly chipper children cheerfully chant.

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AIMS:

  • To repeat words and combinations in oral speech

  • To develop dialog skills

  • To repeat grammar material in oral speech


Christmas tongue twisters

Santa's sleigh slides on slick snow. Bobby brings bright bells.Chilly chipper children cheerfully chant.


Repeat:

[t] – meat, tomatoes, tin, tins, potato,

liter, hate;

[d] – do, do shopping, dish, food, dairy,

spend money, don’t;

[r] – grocer’s, greengrocer’s, gram, free,

interesting, there is, there are;

[w] – sweets, water, want, twice a week,

would, would not.


1.Hippety Hop to the corner shop,

To buy some sweets for Sunday

Some for you,

Some forme,

Some for sisterSandy.

2.Hippety Hop to the corner shop,

To buy some meat for Monday

Some for you,

Some forme,

Some for sisterSandy.

3.Hippety Hop to the corner shop,

To buy some bread for Tuesday

Some for you

Some forme,

Some for sisterSandy.

4.Hippety Hop to the corner shop,

To buy some flour for Wednesday

Some for you

Some forme,

Some for sisterSandy. .Open your student`s books at page 158, ex.2.3.

5.Hippety Hop to the corner shop,

To buy some butter for Thursday

Some for you

Some forme,

Some for sisterSandy.


Lipton

a jar of coffee

a can of Coke

a packet of tea

a carton of juice

a packet of nuts

a bar of chocolate

a box of sweets

Nescafe

Tropicana

. Open your student`s books at page 158, ex.3.1.


Chooseword combinations by adding one word:

1…of Coke a a can b a tin

2…of sweets a a packet b a box

3…of coffee a a jar b a can

4…of bread a a piece b a loaf

5…of nuts a a box b a packet

6…of chocolate a a bar b a tin

7…of juice a a carton b a box

8…of fish a can b a tin


baker’s toyshop

butcher’s dairy

grocer’s record shop

greengrocer’s bookshop

fishmonger’s chemist’s

clothes shop florist’s

supermarket



Match the names of the shops with the products can buy there:

1 fisha the dairy

2 meat b a supermarket

3 bread c fishmonger’s

4 milk d the greengrocer’s

5 fruit e the grocer’s

6 matchesf the butcher’s

7 lots of things g the baker’s


What money the British used in the past?

Pounds, Shillings , Farthing, Pence.

What banknotes and coins do the British use nowadays?

How did the British measure food in the past?

Do the shoppers use pounds and ounces rather than kilos and grams?

Do they use for milk pints, quartersrather than liters?

What twq meanings does the word pound has in Great Britain?(pound – 100 pence, pound – 454 grams).


The system of measurements in britain

The system of measurements in Britain

t

  • 1. iB-one Pound-454Gram

    2. qt-Quart- 0,946 liter

  • 3. oz – Ounce -28,35grams

  • 4.pt-Pint-0,473 liter


Quiz

How much of each food in kilos and in grams would your mum need to cook thisChristmas dish?

Count please:

1.Flour - 6 oz

2.Butter -5 oz

3. Sugar - 7 oz

4. Fruit -1lb

5.Goose - 8lb

6..Apple -2 pounds

7.Water - 1qt.


What shops did they go to?

  • Hello, I’d like to buy half a kilo of meat.

  • OK.

  • How much does it cost?

  • Two €.

1 (2…) kilos

£ (Pounds)


  • Can I have a kilo and a half of flour, please?

  • Yes, of course.

  • How much is that?

  • One £ (pound) twenty.

1 (2…) € (Euro)

1 (2…) kilos

meat, marmalade,

potatoes…


Dialog
Dialog

  • What can I do for you?

  • Anything else?

  • How much is it (are they)?

  • Here is your change

  • I’d like to buy

  • It’s too expensive/too cheap


Jingle bells
Jingle Bells

  • Dashing through the snowIn a one-horse open sleighOver the fields we go,Laughing all the way.Bells on bobtail ring,Making spirits brightWhat fun it is to ride and singA sleighing song tonight!

    Refrain:Jingle bells, jingle bells!Jingle all the way!Oh! What fun it is to rideIn a one-horse open sleigh! Oh!Jingle bells, jingle bells!Jingle all the way!Oh! What fun it is to rideIn a one-horse open sleigh! Hey!


Jingle bells1
Jingle Bells

A day or two ago

The story I must tell

I went out on the snow

And on my back I fell;

A gent was riding by

In a one-horse open sleigh

He laughed at me as

I there sprawling laid

But quickly drove away.

Refrain:Jingle bells, jingle bells!Jingle all the way!Oh! What fun it is to rideIn a one-horse open sleigh! Oh!Jingle bells, jingle bells!Jingle all the way!Oh! What fun it is to rideIn a one-horse open sleigh! Hey!


Thank you for the lesson
Thank you for the lesson

  • Your hometask is Ex17p263 to read and to translate

  • Ex18p264 ask 6 questions on the text


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