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Here is a shopping role-play activity to help students practice asking and saying how much things cost and the use of common structures when going shopping. Some students take on the role of shop assistants and the other students are customers. Then, students swap roles and repeat the activity.

At the clothes shop

Easy English

Clothes shopping in English

Spoken English Lesson

Oxford Online English

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Public transport is often convenient when you live or work in the city centre, as you can avoid traffic jams by whizzing down the bus lanes, and do not have to pay to park the car.

Let's work on  some real situations that may happen at the bus satation.

at a bus station

Hello4English

buying tickets

BBC Learning English

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If you’re in a new town or city and you want to know where a place or building is, these are useful phrases for asking for directions. There are also phrases for giving directions to other people who ask you for help.

Asking for and giving directions

Easy English

Asking for and & giving directions

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Learn/Practice English with MOVIES: Finding Nemo

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Match the columns and order the sentences to write a dialogue.

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Where can you try on clothes in a clothes shop?

What is the best phrase to say to the shop assistant if you don't want any help?

"That's a bargain," means that it's very expensive.

You want to buy a leather jacket. Which question is NOT correct?

You are ____ if you go to a clothes shop just to look around and see what they have.

What can you say to the shop assistant if you decide you want to buy something

What's the missing word: "I'm sorry, we don't have any in ____at the moment."

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Who says that?

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