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L5T2H - At the market
In this lesson, we are going to learn what to say at the market.
Task One: Watch the video and practise saying the words.
Task Two: Write the correct word or words under each picture.
Task Three: Thida is studying English in Australia. She is staying with Bruce and his parents in Melbourne. Bruce and Thida are going to a market in Melbourne today. They are talking about what they want to buy at the market.
Task Four: Listen to their conversation and choose the best answers to the questions below.
1. Has Thida been to an Australian market before?
Yes, she has.
No, she hasn't.
2. Do people haggle in Australian markets?
Yes, everyone does.
No, nobody does.
Some do and some don’t.
3. Which zone are the clothes in?
4. When does Bruce’s family plan to eat the snapper?
5. Which zone is the fresh food in?
Task Five: Listen and repeat the key phrases from the conversation.
Task Six: Look at the conversation from the video. Choose the best words to complete the text.
Thida: Wow! This is my first (1)_______ at a market in Australia. It’s really big.
Bruce: There’s a lot to buy here. That’s for sure.
Thida: Do people (2)_______ in markets in Australia?
Bruce: Erm, some do and some don’t. If you see a price tag on something, then that usually means it is a fixed price. If not, you can ask for a (3)_______ .
Thida: I see.
Bruce: What are you (4)_______ for?
Thida: Well, I’d (5)_______ some slippers and some mittens. It can get cold here at night.
Bruce: The clothing (6)_______ are in Zone C.
Thida: OK, how about you? What are you here for?
Bruce: I’m (7)_______ for the fresh food. My mum asked me to buy some snapper for dinner tonight.
Thida: What’s snapper?
Bruce: It’s a kind of fish. You’ll like it. It’s delicious. But all the (8)_______ food is over in Zone H.
Task Seven: Watch the video and answer the questions with your own ideas.
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