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Title
Conversation Builder: Shopping
Target Structure
Discussion / Fluency Building
Level
Intermediate
Time
45 minutes
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Description
Do your students find shopping a pleasure or a chore? Find out with this discussion-based worksheet!

The worksheet begins with a pre-discussion task. Students need to decide if they agree or disagree with a number of statements.

The discussion is divided into three sections. It's a great way to get students talking about their everyday lives, using the language they've been learning in your lessons!

This worksheet is written for intermediate-level classes, but with extra pre-teaching, you'll be able to use it with lower-level students.

 


 

Title
Talking about Shops
Target Structure
Various
Level
Elementary
Time
45 minutes
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Description
Shopping always makes a good topic for lessons, and your students will be easily able to personalise this language.

There's a conversation that needs putting in order, followed by practice exercises, substitution speaking exercises and more.

This worksheet is great for lower-level students.

 


 

Title
Where did you go?
Target Structure
Prepositions (with 'go')
Level
Elementary
Time
20 minutes
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Description
Do you have students who can't get their basic prepositions correct? If your students keep on saying 'I went to shopping' and other such crimes, you'll want to print this one out.

This handout deals with -ing and to after the verb 'go', and is written for elementary-level students.

 


 

Title
The Psychology of Supermarkets
Target Structure
Reading and Discussion
Level
Pre-Intermediate+
Time
60 minutes
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Description
Why do we shop at supermarkets? Price and convenience are two reasons, but there might also be more subtle reasons.

This lower-level worksheet looks at some of the psychological tactics that supermarkets use to get us to spend more.

There's a reading, which comprehension questions, practice of gerunds and infinitives plus lots of discussion.

 


 

Title
Shopping for Souvenirs (US Version)
Target Structure
Singular / Plural / Demonstratives
Level
Elementary
Time
30 minutes
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Description
If you have very low-level students who need some basic travel-English, this worksheet will help them.

It's also great practice for students who make frequent singular / plural errors.

There's a conversation and lots of role-play practice. It will really get elementary-level students talking.


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