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INGLES III

9º. SEMESTRE DE LA FACULTAD DE ADMINISTRACIÓN

SECCION “A”

ALMA SALOME GONZALEZ MORENTE

2922-08-16734

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1. VISIT US ONLINE FOR SEASONAL CLOTHING AT: LANNIE TRAINOR.COM 2. Lannie trainor CATALOGUE

3. UNDERWEAR $ LINGERIE

4. TIGHTS Y PANTYHOSE 5. PURSES Y BELTS 6. FOCUS ON LANGUEGE: Complete each statement with a quotation from the photo story 7. Subject pronouns Object pronouns 8. Uses of object pronouns 9. As direct objects 10. Grammar practice Fist, underline the direct object sentence. Then complete each conversation, replacing the direct object noun or noun phrase with an object pronoun. 11. CONVERSATION MODEL 12. NOW YOU CAN SHOP AND FOR CLOTHES 13. GRAMATER PRACTICE WRITE THE OPPOSITE OF EACH COMPARATIVE ADJETIVE 14. BUT use more or less with adjectives that have two or more syllables

15. a. 16. 17. a.

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INTRODUCTION

This work is done by human effort I think is the right thing for our professor because you learn three ways the English, writing words correctly, hear and speak I think these are very important rules of English and then only be practiced to strengthen and not forget.

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UNIT 8 PREVIEV LANIE TRAINOR ( CATALOGE) VISIT US ONLINE FOR SEASONAL CLOTHING AT: LANNIE TRAINOR.COM

Lannie trainor CATALOGUE Visit us online for seasonal clothing at: LannieTainor.com or call us toll-free al 1-800-5557800. Outerwear

Jackets

Swerters

Gloves

Men`s boxer

Bras

Panties

Socks

Tights

Pantyhose

Purses

Belts

Women`s nightgowns

Bathrobes

Running shoes

Shorts Running pants

OUTERWEAR

SWEATERS SWEATER

GLOVES

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UNDERWEAR $ LINGERIE BIKINY BRAS Y BOXERS

HOSIERY TIGHTS Y PANTYHOSE

BAGS ACCESSORIES

PURSES Y BELTS

SLEEPWEAR

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BATHROBES

WOMENS PAJAMAS

NIGHTGOWNS

ATHLETICWEAR SHORT

RUNNING PANTS

RUNNING SHOES

Photo story read and listen to a conversation between a clerk and a customer about a sweater the customer wants to buy. Shopeper: Excuse me. How much is that V-neck? Clerk: This red one? It`s $ 55. Shopper: that`s not bad. And it`s relly nice Shopper: Could I get it in lager size? Pรกgina 6


Clerk: here you go. This one`s a medium. Would you like to try it on? Shopper: No thanks, I`ll just take it. It`s a present for my sister. Would You be nice enough to gift wrap it for me? Clerk: Of course! THINK AND EXPLAIN Complete each statement then explain your answer. 1. The shopper wants to know the…PRICE…… of the sweater. a. Price B. Size How do you know? She says, “How much is that V-neck? 2. She asks the clerk for a. Another color r b. another size How do you know? The shopper says, “__i not like_____________________” 3. The clerk brings the shopper a….. a. Different siz b. different color How do you Know? The clerk says, “different color ___________” The sweater is: A. For the shopper b. for a different person How so you know? The shopper says, “for a different person ” FOCUS ON LANGUEGE: Complete each statement with a quotation from the photo story 1. The shopper says, “much does that sweater ” to get the clerk`s attention. 2. The shopper says, “ I want to see another color ” To say that the price of the sweater is Ok. 3. The clerk says, ”like this” When she gives the shopper the second sweater. Página 7


GRAMATER Subject pronouns

Object pronouns I

me

You

you

He

him

She

her

It

it

We

us

They

them

Uses of object pronouns As direct objects Direct objet (noun)

Direct object (pronoun)

I want the cardigan

I want it

I love these pumps

I love them

In prepositional phrases Prepositional phrase (with nouns)

prepositional phrase (with pronouns)

We gave the V-neck to Jane

We gave the V-neck to her

He`s buying blazer for his wife

He`s buying a blazes for her.

In a sentence with both a direct object and a prepositional phrase, the direct object comes first. We gave the hat to jane. NOT We gave He`s buying it for her. Not He`s buying

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Grammar practice Fist, underline the direct object sentence. Then complete each conversation, replacing the direct object noun or noun phrase with an object pronoun. 1 A: Did you buy the green sweatpants? B: yes, I bought ….them….. 2 A: Don`t you love these cool windbreakers? B: Yes, I really love …….them……….. 3 A: should I buy this crewneck over here? B: No, don`t buy ……It…….. 4 A: did you see the blue polo? B: yes, I saw it 5 A: does your daughter want this cardigan? B: yes, she wants it 6 A: who did she give the old jacket to? B: she gave it to me Grammar practice unscramble the words ande phrases to write statements. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

I/it/for her/am buying: They/them /for us/are getting Please/it/to me/give For my son-in-law/I/them/need It/he/is/finding/for me

I am buying it for her they are getting for sus them give me please it to it I need for my son in law hi is finding for me

CONVERSATION MODEL A. Read and listen to a conversation in which someone is paying for clothes. A: I’ll take these polo shirts, please. B: Certainly. How would you like to pay for them? A: Excuse me? B: Cash or charge? A: Charge, please. And could you gift wrap them for me? B: Absolutely.

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A Look at the vocabulary on page 88, and look back at the clothing catalogue on page 86, Choose three items of clothing you`d like to buy for yourself or as gifts. Pumps, sandals, jeans B Pair work changes the conversation model to buy one of the things you chose. Use the correct object pronouns. Then change roles. A: I`ll take…THEM.., please, B: CERTAINLY…..How would you like to pay for …THEM..? A: Excuse me? B: Cash or charge? A: CHARGE …., please. And could you gift wrap…THEM… for me? B: …ABSOLUTELY…………….

A) GRAMATER PRACTICE WRITE THE OPPOSITE OF EACH COMPARATIVE ADJETIVE 1. SMALLER =LARGER 2. TALLER= SHORTER 4 TIGHTER = LOOSER 5. MORE EXPENSIVE=CHEAPER

3. LIGHTER=HEAVIER 6. LESS POPULAR=MORE

GRAMATICA Comparative adjectives Use comparative adjectives to compare two people, places, things, or ideas. Do you have these pants in a larger size? This pair is a little tight. I need shoes that are more comfortable. These are very small. Do you have a pair of less expensive gloves? These are just too expensive.

Use than after the adjective when you compare two items. That suit is nicer than the one I`m wearing. These gloves are more expensive than the other ones. Er

r

ier

consonant er

Small smaller

large larger

heavy

heavier

big

bigger

Cheap cheaper

loose looser

pretty

prettier

hot

hotter

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Irregular forms Good better Bad

worse

BUT use more or less with adjectives that have two or more syllables and don’t end in –y. more expensive / less comfortable

Vocabulary. Interior locations and

Secod floor / level

directions. Read and listen. The listen again and repeat.

Ground floor / level

Top floor / levelThird floor / level

Basement Ond the left in the front In the back Down the hall On the right

Prepositions of interior location On.the first level The ground floor The top floor In. the basement Lingerie Take Go up

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Take Go up The stairs

Go down

Take the elevator

NOW YOU CAN Navigate a mall or department store A. Notepadding choose five departments from the store directory and write one thing you`d like to get in each department. Department Men`s Outerwear

I`d like

a jacket

Department

I`d like‌

B.Wordposting put the four categories Below on a separate sheet of paper. With a partner, make a list of language You know for each category. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Ask for directions Give directions and state Ask for size, color, etc. Pay for thigs

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1. Ask for direections I`m looking for the hosiery departmet.

Role play Navigate the department store, Using the floor plan. Create a conversation Between the shopper and the person at the Information desk. Use your notepand and Your wodposts. The change partners, Roles, and items.

Vocabulary

formality and appropriateness Read and listen to each pair of

antonyms. The listen again and repeat.

Formality

Appropriateness

Formal for special events when Casual clothes are not ok informal for everyday events When casual clothes are ok

appropriate socially correct inappropriate socially

Strictness

Liberal without many rules for Appropriate dress Conservative with more rules for

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Appropriate dress

A. Paraphrase Explain your own words what clothing is appropriate in Tanzania, according to the blog B. Identify supporting details Check true, false, or no info. Explain the reason why you chose each answer. true

false

no info

1. ``jillian 25 `` says she a travel agent. 2. `` Travelin`Girl`` wants to dress Appropriately in Tanzania . 3. `` Travelin`Girl `` is traveling alone. 4. Dar is in East Africa. 5. ``Travelin`Girl`` and her husband have Children. 6. Women are expected to dress conservatively In Tanzania.

C. Apply information Imagine you are going on The same trip as `` Travelin`Girl.`` Plan your clothes for a One-week vidit to Tanzania. Be specific. Explain your choices.

`` I think I`ll take there pairs of shorts because This is a vacation and l plan to spend most of my time the beach‌``

NOW YOU CAN Discuss clothing do`s and don`ts A. Frame your ideas take the opinion surey.

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DRESS CODE? Check agree or disagree.

Agree

It`s OK for men to wear shorts On the street.

disagree x

It`s OK for women to wear shorts On the street.

x

It`s OK to wear sandals in an Office.

x

It`s important for men to wear Ties in an office.

x

It`s Ok for men to wear sleeveless T-shirts in a restaurant.

x

It`s OK for women to wear Revealing clothes in a Religious in a Religious institution

x

HOW WOULD YOU RATE YOURSELF? x

Conservative

Liberal

``Anything goes!``

B. Notepadding With a partner, write some clothing do`s and don`ts for visitors to your country. Do the same rules apply to both men and women? Use the survey As a guide. In offices and formal restaurants:

In casual social setting:

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In religious institutions:

b. Group work Now discuss clothing do`s and don`ts for your country Does everyone agree?

Text-mining (optional)

in the Group work. For example:

Underline language in the Reading on page 94 to use `` My general rule of thumb is‌.``

c. Complete the travel article with the comparative form of each adjective. Use than when necessary.

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When you travel, think carefully about the clothes you pack. As far as color is concerned,…dark………………… colors are usually …………practicai………….. for……cool………….. destinations, A blazer can be………conveniente………………………………………………………. A Windbreaker or cardigan because you can wear it in ……conservativeformal………………………………… settings such as offices And…………………………………………….. Restaurants. For travel to ……hot…………………… areas of the world,……ligth……………. Clothes are confortable………………………heavy……………………. ones.

DIRECTORY BAGS AND ACCESSORIES

1

CHILDREN`S DEPARTMENT 3 ELECTRONICS

3

HAIRDRESSER

4

LINGERIE

1

MENT`S DEPARTMENT

1

PHOTO STUDIO

2

RESTAUTANTS

4

SHOES

1

TRAVEL AGENCY

2

WOMENT`S DEPARTMENT

1

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The subject of a sentence performs the action of the verb. A direct object receives the action of the verb.

Subject

Verb

I Anne

Like Wears

Direct object Spicy food Dark clothes

A Underline the subjects in the following sentences. Circle the direct objects. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Stacey is wearing a bathrobe ringht now. Many people buy outerwear in this store. I love red shoes Sanford and Gloria never wear shorts. You can`t enter this store before 10:00. Do you have your credit card? Marianne wants a pair of warm pajamas.

Indirect objects : usage rules and common errors

When a sentences contains a direct object and a prepositional phrase, you can use an indirect object to say the same thing. EXAMPLE: Prepositional phrase I`m buying the gloves for her Give the sweater to jay

Indirect object I`m buying her the gloves Give jay the sweater.

Be careful! When a sentence contains both a direc object and an indirect, the indirect object always comes first. The direct object CANNOT be a pronoun. Mindy wrote her parents a letter Mindy wrote them a letter

NOT mindy wrote a letter them

NOT Mindy wrote a letter her parentes. NOT Mindy wrote them it.

NOT Mindy wrote her parentes it.

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UNITED PREVIEV 8

Label each clothing item with correct department. Use from the box. Write the leter on the line.

A) Sleeperwear b).Underwear $ lingerie c). athletic wear d). outerwear e. hosiery. F). Bags $ accessories

1 . coats “d”

Golf shirts “c”

sunglasses “F”

slips “b”

slippers “a”

leggings “e”

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Whats import to these customers when they shop for footwear write ´rice selection or service on the line. I always shop at Dalton department store because the clerk ar really helpful they always help Me find size and event offer to gift grap.

PRICE

A student so I don’t heve a lot money. I shop at shoe outler because they always Have a big sale. The shoes im wearing now were 50% off

Jake s footwear is the best they have more than 200 diferent kids of footwear boots sandals, ruining shoes ….i like to have a lot of choice when I shop .

LABEL THE CLOTHINGG IN THE PICTURE. USE WORDS FROM THE BOX

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PUMPS PANTY HOSE

SHIRT

A BLAZER

BLOUSE

WHATS YOU STYLE COMPLETE THE CHART WITH THE CLOTHING AND YOU USUALLY WEAR AT HOME SHORT TSHIRT RUINING SHOES

AT WORK JEANS BLOUSE PUMS

AT SHOOL FLATS BLOUSE JEANS

TO GO OUT BLOUSE PUNS JEANS

COMPLETE THE CONVERSATION OBJET PRONOUSE FROM THE BOX. PRONOUS CAN BE USET MORE THAN ONCE. ME

YOU

HIM

HER

IT

US

THEM

1) A: ARE YOU SISTER GOING TO THE PARTY? B: I HOPE SO. I INVITED…..her 2) A: this sweatshirt is really old. B: that’s ok I wear … it to excersice

3) A: did you meet ms. Jacobs? B:yes I meet her his morning 4) A: when can I call you? B; lets see call me tomorrow I ll be home all day

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5) A: I didn’t see you ant emma at the concert. B: you dindt see us? We were right near the stage 6) a: I ll take the sandals b: great would you like me to gift wrap them for me 7) A: thense pants are tou small B: give them to you brother A: I can give Then to him he wears a size 36

LESSON 2 COMPLETE THE CHART WRITE WORDS FROM THE BOX WRITE THEN COMPARATIVE FORM OF EACH ADJETIVE IN THE CORRECT COLUMN. LOOSE

SPICY

HOT

SWEET

TALL

BAD

IMPORTANT THINT

YOUNG

FRIENDELY

HEALTHY

NICE

CONVENIENT

FAT

LARGER

SMALLER

HEAVIER

BIGGER

Looser

Looser

Frienier

hotter

Fater

Spicier

Sweter

Younger

Healtier

Thinner

CONFORTABLE

MORE EXPRENSIVE More important More convenient

BETTER Worse

Compare the ithems in the pictures. Write sentences Whit comparative adjetives use words from for the box or you own words. spicy old Big

salty Cheap Small

espensive portable fast healthy confortable good

young large conveneinte

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CHILLI PEPERS ARE SPICIER THAN RICE

A LAPTOP IS MORE EXPENSIVE THEM

A HAIR DRYER IS CHEAPER THAN A FOTOCOPIER

THE RUNING SHOES MORE CONFORTABLE THAN PUMPS

YOUR GRANDPARENTS ARE OLDE THAN YOUR

A SALAD A SALAD HEALTHIER THAN FRENCHFRIES

the oven is more expensive than a microwave

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CHOOSE THE CORRECT RESPONSE. CIRCLE THE LETTER 1. a) 2. a) 3. a) 4. a)

Do you have this in a medium Thanks b) here youn go c) yes please HOW MUSCH ARE THESE PAJAMAS!? The dreamsbrad ones b) that’s not too baad c)these are a large CAN I TRY IT ON ? Yes we do b)my pleasure c) of course THANK YOU FOR WRAPPIG THEM FOR ME they`re$75. b) my pleause c) yes please

LOOK AT THE STORE AND. THEN COMPLETE THE SENTENCES. USE THE INFORMATION IN THE AD OR YOUR OWN WORDS. The confort brad boots are: a great low price The big city footwear store has the arctic brad boots in brown and: The dawntown brad boots are:

more expensive

The artic brad boots are:

more cold weather

The big city footwear store has the dawntown brad boots in size:

black

5-10

Complete the sentences. Use your own ideas and the cues in parenthese. 1. d´mode angels is more expensive than the bulocks 2. the cebollines is beeter than the estancia 3.the rock is more popular than merengue 4. santa lucia is warmenr than escuintla 5.swiming is more exiting than play 1. A:Write questions to ask for more information. Use object pronouns and the words in parentheses. 1. A: I take my grandmother to the same restaurant every week. Página 24


B: where do you take he ? ( where) 2. A: She washes her car a lot. B: When she washes caralot ? (when) 3. A: He eats sandwiches for luch. B: How often he eats sand wi ches for lunch? ( how often) 4. A: Monica meets her boyfriend for coffee every day. B: What time monican meets her, boyfriend for coffee every day

Write sentences in two ways, using the words indicated. Add prepositions if necessary. 1. The address / give / her Give her the address. Give the address to her.

4. The waiters / them / their lunch / served The writers then served their lunch Served them their leanch the warters

2. Tina / gifts / him / buys

5. Ann / a shirt / her son / bought

tina him gifts bays

Ann bougha shirt her son A shirt her

buys gifs to him

A shirt her son bought ann

3. The teacher / homework / us / gave The teacher gave us homework Gave us homework the teacher

6. The clerk / me / a smaller size / found the clerk found me a smaller size a smaller size found me the clerk

Complete the sentences with words from the box. Use the comparative form. Relaxing

healthy comfortable nice warm fast bib

1. A turtleneck is confortable than A V- neck.

5. The expensive suit isn’t big Tha the inexpensive one. It’s just more Expensive.

2. Flats are relaying than pumps.

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3. Athletic fiels are usually warm taking the train. 4. Salads are healthy than fries

6. I don’t like to fly, but it`s fast than 7. A spa vacation is nice than A business trip.

A. Answer the questions in complete sentences. Use your own words. 1. `` Which is easier_ speaking or writing in English?`` You Is easier writing in english 2. `` where are you happier- at home or on vacation? `` You I go on Vacation 3. `` which is more interesting_ shopping for clothes or shopping for electronics?`` You For me is more interesting go shopping for clothes 1. do you like going to concert? R/ yes is like going to concerts because is a musing

2. whitch is beteer a large family or a small family? R/Is better a small family because thwe life this very expensive

3. do you like eating eating in restaurant R/I like eating in a restaurant

4. when you go on vacations do you like going to big cities or towns R/I like going to big cities because are beautifull Choose the correct response. Write the letter on the line. _(a)_1. ``On, no! the bus is leaving in four minutes`` a. thank goodness. (d)__2. ``Good news.Our flight is on time`` b. No, I’m connecting to Quito _(e)_3. ``I’m looking gor Gate C4``. C. What a coincidence! _(b)_4.``Is this your final destination?`` d. Yes. Let’s look for track 6. _ (c).`` I’m on my way to Barcelona, too.`` the right.

e. It’s down this hall, on

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4. Answer the questions in complete sentences. 1. Which is faster_ the local or the express? is local

_____________________________________________________________ 2. Which is more scenic- an aisle sat or a window seat? sitting in your hallway

________________________________________________________ 3. Which is more convenient_ a direct flight or a non- stop flight? a direct flight to where

___________________________________________________________ 4. Which is less expensive- a one – way ticket or a round- trip ticket? Price equals the return

Complete each sentence or question. Use could or should and the base form of the verb. 1. Want my advice?___take_____the express__take_______the local, but it takes Thirty minutes longer. 2. Buy round- trip tickets. They are cheaper than two one-way tickets , and she won’t Have to wait in another ticket line. 3. Buy an aisle seat in the rear of the plane or a window seat in the front. What do you think? Which seats take ? 4. The flight is delayed we late for the meeting take the office? 5. No get a direct flight. They have to change planes in Anchorage.

Read the response. Complete each question with be going to. 1. A: Where is paul going to meet us__________________ ? B: Paul’s going to meet us at the airport café 2. A: Who_ who's going My Community ? B: I think Gretchen is going to buy the tickets. 3. A: When packed? B: I’m going to pack tonight. 4. A: What time reach them? Página 27


B: They’re going to arrive at 5:50 P.M. 5. A: There will come in our connecting flight? B: Yes, we’ll make it. Complete the conversation. Use words from the box. Limousine

going should late

check arriving

reservation

rental

A: What time are we reservation in Copenhagen? B: Pretty reservation Around 10:30 P.M. A: What about a hotel? B: I’m going to make a limousine online. A: Great. And are we should to need a taxi to the hotel? B: There’s a rental from the airport, or we coul Get a reserve car. A: They’re expensive. We going save our money B: Let me check. Complete the conversation. Use words from the box. 1) Passenger A: do we need to cheek in? No, we don’t i printed our delayed online and were not checking any luggage. Passenger a: ok. Let´s check a monitor for our boarding number and then we should pases gates 2) passenger: excuse me, is flight 68 going to get on time Agent: no i´m sorry. The flight is one nine. Have a seat in the armchair sis. We´ll make an announcement when we´re ready for boarding. 3) PASENGERS: EXCUSE ME. WHAT TIME ARE WE GOING TO_____ FLIGHT ATTENDANT: LET ME do the our new arrival time is 8:23. Passenger: 8:23? My connecting flight is at 8:40. Can I still before it Página 28


Summer Air Travel Tips traveling by air transport in the summer can be frustrating. There are delayed flight, late arrivals, and missed connections. Flights are full and crowded because airlines are overbooking. if you can , avoid air travel during this peack season and plan your vacation for a less busy time of year. if you have to fly over the summer, here are some ideas to make it a little easier dont fly after 14:00 there are often summer thunderstorms in the afternoon. They could cause flights to be delayed or canceled. fly early mornig. More later flights are often affected by delayed flights earlier in the day. fly on tuesday, wednesday, thurrsday, or saturday, sunday, monday and friday are the busiest air travel days.

Check airport security check to do´s and what don´ts online before you arriving at the airport. take food and water on board in case of a long delay before takeoff. Remember to purchase food and beverages after you go through airport security.

Now give advice based on the article. Underline the best option. then write a sentence should pinch

1 taking a vacation in summer or in spring. R/I like to take them in summer

2 booking a 9:00 a.m. flight or a 3:00 p.m. flight R/ flight reservation from 9 3 traveling on a Monday or a Tuesday? R/ monday 4 checking airport security regulations at home or at the airport? R/ flight reservation from 9 4 Bringing food and drinks from home, buying them at the airport, or getting them on the plane? R/ Buy before takeoff 6 planning to arrive on time or planning to arrive late? R/ I plan before PĂĄgina 29


Shooping smart United 10

How do you use an atm macvhine? Look at the picture below. Match ecach picture with an instruction from the box Match the financial terms with their definitions. Write the letter on the line. An atm: money from another country (c) Cash: the evalue of one currency comapred to another (f) Foreign currency: a machine that you use to get money from your bank account extra charges: (e) A currency exchange rate : money in the form of bills or coins not checks,, credit, cards A fee: buying or selling money from another country (b)

(a) (d)

the evalue of one currency comapred to another a machine that you use to get money from your bank account extra charges money in the form of bills or coins not checks,, credit, cards ,etc.buying or selling money from another country answer the cuestions. Use you own words what shop in you city has really has nice stuff the city has very beautiful thing

are things in this shop usually affordable or more than you want to spend in this store usually spend more than you want is it ok to bargain for a lowr price in this shop? in this business you can negotiate a lower price in your city, where is it ok to bargain?

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

I’m not going to read that book. It’s ____too boring_______________________ Sirena shouldn’t travel alone. She isn’t __________enough_______________ I don’t want to buy anything in that shop. The people were unfriendly Talia likes the red rug, but it’s ____too big____________ for her living room. I love this belt, but it isn`t ____too long__________ I need a bigger size. Are your shoes__ too comfortable_____________________? We’re going to do a lot of walking. 7. We wanted to bargain for a lower price, but it was ___difficult enough Complete the conversations. Use from the box Too More

Deal Have

Much Bown

All Enough

Low give

a) This too is gorgeous. Id love to get it for my sister b) Its nice. And its small very low to take in your suitcase. c) Im going to ask about the price. I hope its not expensive a) Im interested in this bowl. How give do you want for it? d) This one is $60

Choose the correct response. Write the letter on the line. _a__1 ``$650! I paid $ 429 for the same camcorder yesterday!`` E 2 ``How much did you pay for that vase? B 3 `` should l try to get a better price?`` D 4 `` l saved a lot of money on this DVD player. It was only $79`` __c_5 `` Here you are, sir. The Atlas Hotel. That’s $8.50`` a. b. c. d. e.

It can’t hurt to ask. What a total rip- off ! Thanks. Keep the change. What a great deal! Only $ 20. It was a real bargain.

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CONCLUSION

To finish the task here is a tool which helped me a lot not only to learn and develop what we've learned with my English teacher, I also was useful because I learned to write some words and spelling improved and learned to write correctly, to the person who initiated the English branch is highly recommended that you practice writing and that is very important for it.

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