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A sweet tooth

Level: Elementary (A1-A2)

Type of English: General English

Tags: food and drink shopping pronouns Vocabulary and grammar

Publication date: 01/18/2021

Students define vocabulary related to sweet things and listen to a shopkeeper talking about what different customers buy. The language point is object pronouns and students activate the target language in a structured interview. There is also a short optional extension activity which offers practice in pronunciation and vocabulary development related to the topic.

by Stephanie Hirschman

sweet_tooth_be.mp3

Transcript

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Shop owner: Lots of different people come into my shop and they all buy different things. Before and after school, there are lots of children in the shop.
Shop owner: Children always ask for sweets - they love them because they don’t cost much money. At 10 o’clock, an old lady always visits the shop.
Shop owner: She asks for something small, like a doughnut. She never asks for cake - maybe she doesn’t like it. At lunchtime, a few teenagers come into the shop.
Shop owner: They are always hungry and sometimes they buy pancakes to share. In the afternoon, office workers want chocolate.
Shop owner: They really like it because it helps them work when they are tired. And me? It’s funny - I hate sweet things. But if it’s very hot weather, I enjoy ice cream.
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Average overall rating: Good (4.3)

2 Comments

Janet

20 January 2021

I keep forgetting to mention how much my students like Stephanie's lessons. Easy to follow, bite-sized chunks and interesting topics, so they don't lose interest. Many thanks for your good work.

Profesorji

4 November 2021

Fun lesson! Really gets the students talking.

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60

min

A sweet tooth

Level: Elementary (A1-A2)

Type of English: General English

Tags: food and drink shopping pronouns Vocabulary and grammar

Publication date: 01/18/2021

Students define vocabulary related to sweet things and listen to a storekeeper talking about what different customers buy. The language point is object pronouns, and students activate the target language in a structured interview. There is also a short optional extension activity that offers practice with pronunciation and vocabulary development related to the topic.

by Stephanie Hirschman

sweet_tooth_ame.mp3

Transcript

00 : 00 00:00
Store owner: Lots of different people come into my store, and they all buy different things. Before and after school, there are lots of children in the store.
Store owner: Children always ask for candy - they love it because it doesn’t cost much money. At 10 o’clock, an old lady always visits the store.
Store owner: She asks for something small, like a doughnut. She never asks for cake - maybe she doesn’t like it. At lunchtime, a few teenagers come into the store.
Store owner: They are always hungry, and sometimes they buy pancakes to share. In the afternoon, office workers want chocolate.
Store owner: They really like it because it helps them work when they are tired. And me? It’s funny - I hate sweet things. But if it’s very hot weather, I enjoy ice cream.
RATE THIS LESSON
Very poor Poor OK Good Excellent
Average overall rating: Good (4.3)

2 Comments

Janet

20 January 2021

I keep forgetting to mention how much my students like Stephanie's lessons. Easy to follow, bite-sized chunks and interesting topics, so they don't lose interest. Many thanks for your good work.

Profesorji

4 November 2021

Fun lesson! Really gets the students talking.

Leave a Comment

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