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LEVEL A1: SHOPPING


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VOCABULARY

  • a dress
  • Did you find…?
  • a shop
  • To shop
  • I went back.
  • They ran out.
  • Did you try..?
  • a design
  • I looked everywhere.
  • It crossed my mind.
  • a wedding
  • It seems…
  • Drastic
  • To change
  • I changed my mind.
  • Silly
  • To spoil the day
  • To buy
  • Bought
  • To sell
  • They sold…
  • Unfruitful
  • I came home.
  • They still have it.
  • Last week…
  • To put it aside
  • That would be great!
  • To display
  • It was displayed.
  • a shop window
  • Sleeves
  • The price
  • Pounds
  • If I remember well…
  • … that looks like that…
  • Blue
  • Flowers
  • Sunflower
  • Gypsy

 

LESSON 7 DIALOGUE

Lesson 7 – Shopping

Chris: Did you find the dress you were after?

Jess: I went back to the shop but they ran out of that design.

Chris: Did you try to find it at another shop?

Jess: I looked everywhere. It crossed my mind not to go to the wedding.

Chris: That seems a bit drastic.

Jess: I changed my mind. I wasn’t going to let a silly dress spoil the day.

Chris: I’m glad. Did you buy a dress then?

Jess: No, I was tired of unfruitful shopping so I came home. Though last week I saw a nice dress in a shop. I hope they didn’t sell it.

Chris: Do you want me to go and see if they still have it? I can ask them to put it aside for you.

Jess: That would be great, thank you! It was displayed in the shop window at Mertons. It was blue with gypsy style sleeves. It had little flowers, like small sunflowers on it. The price was 40 pounds, if I remember well.

Chris: I’m sure there is only one dress that looks like that. I’ll be back soon.

COMPREHENSION QUIZZES (3 TO COMPELTE)

Interactive Video Comprehension Quiz 1

Summary Statements Comprehension Quiz 2

Drag and Drop Quiz 3: 

GRAMMAR PRACTICE: FORMING THE NEGATIVE

Forming the negative Simple Past

We investigated the Simple Past in Session 6. In this session we will take a closer look at forming the negative in the Simple past.

To reiterate:

When we use the negative form we use the auxiliary verb, did not, Though it is often contracted to didn’t. We use the long form if we want emphasis. Also in the negative form we use the base form of the verb.

SubjectDidn’t + Verb (base form)Rest of sentence
I/You/We/He/She/It/Theydidn’t succeedin winning the game.
I/You/We/He/She/It/Theydidn’t thinkto ask if he wanted help.

Now let’s look at a negative form for the verb To Give:

I didn’t give
You didn’t give
He didn’t give
She didn’t give
It didn’t give
We didn’t give
You didn’t give
They didn’t give

Forming the negative Past Progressive

Here we will take a look at forming a negative sentence in the Past progressive.

The negative in the past continuous is created using was not or were not + the –ing (present participle) form of the verb. We use these forms when we want to create emphasis, most commonly we use the contractions, wasn’t or weren’t.

SubjectA form of be + Verb –ingRest of sentence
I/He/She/Itwasn’t sleepingwhen the phone rang.
We/You/Theyweren’t studyingwhile I had to leave the classroom

Now let’s look at a negative form for the verb To Give:

I wasn’t giving
You weren’t living
He wasn’t giving
She wasn’t giving
It wasn’t giving
We weren’t giving
You weren’t giving
They weren’t giving

Okay, so let’s take a look at a few more forms of verbs in the Past Progressive:

To do

I was doing
You were doing
He was doing
She was doing
It was doing
We were doing
You were doing
They were doing

To study

I was studying
You were studying
He was studying
She was studying
It was studying
We were studying
You were studying
They were studying

PRONUNCIATION PRACTICE 

  • Related Pronunciation Video Lesson and interactive exercise: -ed Endings

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