Practice clothes vocabulary and how to shop in English. Fun exercises and activities for kids and adults to learn to read, write, understand and speak English. All of the exercises have sound, so you can listen and check your understanding, practice conversation, or just listen and repeat. There are 10+ activities with for these shopping games.
Shopping in English, exercises and gamesto practice shopping in English. Practice asking "May I help you?", "What are you looking for?"and answer questions you may get from the store clerks when you are shopping in another country. You can learn and practice English conversation, sentence buliding, or just work on simple clothing vocabulary and spelling.
This game focuses on clothing vocabulary within the four skills sections of the application. There is a simple vocabulary practice section. The question and answer exercises use language commonly used in stores between a store clerk and a shopper. All of the listening activities are at natural speeds but students can listen to questions and answers as many times as they need to understand. The vocabulary for this unit comes from the ESL Kids Curriculum at MES English> - Unit 7.
The questions and answers for these exercises are listed below:
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adjectives 1, adjectives 2, animals 1, animals 2, animals 3, bedroom, body parts, can, chores, Christmas, classroom, clothes, colors, daily routines, desserts and snacks, drinks, Easter, family, feelings, food, future tense, fruit, Halloween, health problems, insects, months, nature 1, nature 2, numbers 1-10, numbers 11-20, part-time jobs, passive tense, past tense, people, places 1, places 2, plural nouns 1, plural nouns spelling, plural nouns irregular, prepositions of place, present perfect tense, sports, telling time, transportation, Valentine's Day, vegetables, verbs 1, verbs 2, verbs 3, weather
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