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Describing clothes & shopping

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Clothes

 
I.What are these clothes like? Choose the right option.
 
 
                       
 
                                                                                                                                                             
                     
 
 
 
             
                    
                                                                                                                                   
    
 
 
 
II. What are these clothes like? Write the appropriate words in the boxes.
 
 
                                    
            (look at the heel)                                                               (look at the sleeves)                                                   (the opposite of loose)I
 
                                                                                                                  
 
 
 
 
III. Rewrite the sentences using TOO and ENOUGH Do not change the meaning.    
 
 
Examples: This jacket is too expensive. = It's not cheap enough.
 
                   These jeans are not tight enough. = They're too loose.
 
 
 
These trousers are too short. =    
    
This jumper is not big enough. =
 
This skirt is too light. =
 
These shoes are too small. =
 
 
 
IV. Read the sentences and write the appropriate words in the gaps.  
 
 
 
A  sells things (goods) to shops and businesses.
 
Jeans are made of .
 
A  makes clothes.
 
In a shop you can try on clothes in a .
 
A  is an official record of a design or an invention.
 
 
 
V. Fill in the gaps with this,  these,  it's,  they're,  it  or  them .
 
 
A: Do you like  trousers?
B: Yes,  very cool.
A: Why don't you try  on?
B: No,  too expensive.
A: Look at  jumper! I think  looks great and  quite cheap. I want to try  on.
Later:
B: How is ?
A:   perfect. I'll take .
 
 
 
VI. Number the sentences in the correct order to make a dialogue.
 
 
How are they?
 
Maybe they've got them in a larger size.
 
Yes, they look OK. I'll try them on.
 
No, they're too light. I want something darker.    2   
 
Do you like these jeans?    1   
 
Yes, maybe. Let's ask the shop assistant.
 
They're no good. They're too small.
 
What about these?
 
 
 

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