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Supplementary Material Notes




A place to shop




Supplement title Type of supplement Where to use Objectives


What can you Pair work shopping Instead of exercise • Matching products and
buy? vocabulary exercise. E on the “Get it services with stores.
here” page (Page
(US English and GB
English versions) A).

What can you buy?


GB English version

1. Work in pairs. Match the shops with things you can buy or things you can do.





books














































fish cards for celebrations poultry animals and pet supplies games flowers

fiction and non-fiction toys hair cuts chocolates wash and dry clothes paper

magazines medicines rings meat stationery boots fruit sweets personal care

products books jewellery shoes seafood vegetables shoe cleaning products
newspapers watches

Supplementary Material Notes






Comparing products




Supplement title Type of supplement Where to use Objectives


How much? Pair work discussing Before starting • Discussing current and past
prices. “The price of prices.
(US English and GB
English versions) things” page (Page • Speculating on past prices.

C).

How much?




GB English version

1. Work in pairs. Look at the items below. How much do you think they cost now in the UK and how
much do you think they cost in the UK in 1966?



Cost now Cost in 1966

in UK (£) in UK (£)


1 pint of milk (approx. 0.57 litres) __________ __________




1 white loaf of bread __________ __________



A dozen (12) medium-sized eggs __________ __________



1 litre of petrol __________ __________




1 cinema ticket __________ __________




1 business suit from a department store __________ __________



Average new car cost __________ __________




Average house price __________ __________





2. Work in the same pairs. Can you think of examples of things that have changed in price during your
lifetime? How much did they cost before and how much are they now?



Supplementary Material Notes





Buying necessities




Supplement title Type of supplement Where to use Objectives


Local shopping Pair or small group Before starting the • Discussing advantages and
work advantages and “Open all hours” disadvantages of shopping
(US English and GB
disadvantages. page (Page A). in different places.
English versions)
• Comparing shopping
locally or at a large out-of-

town supermarket.

GB English version

1. Work in pairs or small groups. Think about shopping at a small local shop compared with a large out-of-
town supermarket. What are the advantages and disadvantages of shopping at both?



Small local shop Large out-of-town supermarket


Advantages Advantages


shorter queues at the cashier easy to park car





















Disadvantages Disadvantages


less choice of products need transport to get there

Supplementary Material Notes





That's my size



Supplement title Type of supplement Where to use Objectives


Guess who? Pair work describing After exercise C on • Using clothes vocabulary
activity. “The latest thing” and describing them using
(US English and GB
English versions) page (Page A). adjectives.
• Trying to guess someone
from a description.

Guess who?



GB English version

1. Work with a partner. Look at the people photos below. Take turns describing what each person is
wearing.

E.g. The old man is wearing a t-shirt and some out-of-date trousers.
























































2. Change partners. Take turns in choosing a person and describing his/her clothes. Your partner should
try to guess who you are describing.


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