Unit 2 FOOD AND DRINKS CLOTHES
1. Look at the pictures of things and say: a) what their pattern is; b) what their colour is.
Model: It is a flowered yellow dress
2. Look at the pictures of sweaters and trousers. What would you choose for yourself/your friends/your parents?
3. Look at the picture. Match the people with their descriptions.
A: It’s Dennis. He always tries his best to keep up with the latest styles. When he finds some jeans, sweaters, shoes or T-shirts that he really likes he buys them. Dennis says that it’s worth spending a bit extra money for better quality thing or for a thing you realy like. Look at him now. He is wearing a nice striped suit and a black cotton shirt and black shoes.
B: It’s Sam. He loves sport. Sam plays for our school basketball team. I like his style. He usually wears
4. Make the sentences negative.
1. Those high-heeled boots are ours. 2. The jacket was hers. 3. Do you wear tights? 4. Did they take off their coats? 5. Does she take in clothes? 6. It’s my size. 7. A fitting room was over there. 8. I changed my dress 9. Do you want to try this suit on? 10. My neighbour has an unusual appearance.
5. Complete each sentence with one word.
THE CLOTHES WE WEAR
Without realising it, the clothes we choose to wear tell other people a lot about (1) … . We often judge people by (2) … they are wearing. (3) … example, people dressed (4) … expensive clothes are thought to (5) … we>
Our shoes, accessories and jewellery, all tend to create an impression of our social class and personality. Similarly, our choice of clothes also depends (6) … our age and who we are influenced (7) … . On the other (8)…, we do not always (9) … the chance to choose our
6. Tell the class what new information from exercise 5 have you learned.
7. Agree or disagree with the viewpoints given below. Give your reasons.
1. People behave differently when they wear different clothes.
2. Some people trust their first impressions about a person’s character. Other people don’t trust their first impressions because they think first impressions are often wrong. Which viewpoint do you agree with?
SELF-ASSESSMENT MODULE 2
1. Find and write down 7 words on topic “Food and Drinks”.
2. Choose the correct item.
1. She… pineapples and peaches.
A) like b) likes c) will likes
2. He… aubergines, garlic and mashed potatoes for dinner,
A) have b) has c) shall have
3. We… carrots and cabbage tomorrow.
A) buy b) buys c) shall buy
4. My friends will fry eggs… .
A) themselves b) himself c) herself
3. Write five sentences about the clothes you usually wear to school.
1. Fill in the missing letters and write down the words.
Food &p; Drinks
Ch_ _se, m_ _d p_ _to_ _, r_ _s_ b_e_, c_ck_ _ _ _, s_us_ _ _
T-_ _ _ _ _, s_ _k, s_ _ _t, ti_ _ _s, l_at_ _ _, st_ _ _ _d, s_i_ab _ _
2. Choose the correct item.
1. His clothes… suitable for working in bank.
A) is b) are c) have d) has
2. She always… the latest styles.
A) wear b) wears c) will wear d) shall wear
3. Our choice of clothes… our age.
A) depend on b) depends on c) is depend on d) are depend on
4. You must go to the supermarket… .
A) ourselves b) yourself c) themselves
5. We shall do the homework… .
A) ourselves b) myself c) yourselves
3. Imagine that your friend invited you to his/her birthday party. Make up and write down a dialogue discussing the clothes you are going to wear to the party.
1. Write down as many words and word combinations as you can under each heading.
2. Make up and write down two sentences in the Present Simple, two – in the Future Simple, and two – using Reflexive Pronouns.
3. Write 10 sentences about young people’s eating habits.
1. a) Discuss with your teacher.
Teacher: When I was your age I used to get 30 copecks a week pocket-money, how much do you get?
Teacher: How do you spend your pocket-money each week?
B) Fill in the Sample Questionnaire 1.
Sample Questionnaire 1
Sum of money
Number of students
Items money is spent on in your class
1 hryvnia – 5 hryvnias
3.50 hryvnias – 5 hryvnias
Over 5 hryvnias
Total number of students in group
2. Work in small groups. Discuss possible questions to your own questionnaires. Use Sample Questionnaire 1 as an example.
3. Agree on the final questionnaire by the whole.
4. Each student makes 3-5 copies of the final questionnaire.
5. Interview your schoolmates/friends/brothers/sisters’cousins.
6. Report your final results in the form of a graph, block diagram, or by posting the questionnaires on the wall.