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Урок III. How much is it

Аудирование для продвинутых
√ 1 Answer the questions.
√ 1 Listen and practice.
√ 1 Grammar.



attractive əˈtræktɪv привлекательный
bad bæd Плохо
big bɪg большой
cheap ʧiːp дешево
dark dɑːk темно
different ˈdɪfrənt другой
each iːʧ каждый
expensive ɪksˈpensɪv дорогая
good gʊd хороший
try on traɪ ɒn попробуй
light laɪt легкий
medium ˈmiːdjəm средний
nice naɪs (OK) хороший
more mɔː Больше
right there raɪt ðeə прямо там
for (you) fə jʊ для тебя)
buy baɪ купить
get get получить
have on həv ɒn есть на
let (me) + verb let miː позвольте (мне) + глагол
look (= seem) lʊk siːm казаться (= показаться)
look at lʊk ət Посмотри на
pay (for) peɪ fə платить за
prefer prɪˈfɜː предпочитать
spend (money) spend ˈmʌnɪ тратить (деньги)
almost ˈɔːlməʊst почти
better ˈbetə лучше

 

backpack bæk pæk рюкзак
bag bæg мешок
boots buːts ботинки
bracelet ˈbreɪslɪt браслет
cap ˈkæp кепка
earrings ˈɪərɪŋz серьги
gloves glʌvz перчатки
jacket ˈʤækɪt куртка
(pair of) jeans peə əv ʤiːnz джинсы
necklace ˈneklɪs ожерелье
pants pænts брюки
ring rɪŋ кольцо
Rollerblades ˈrəʊlə bleɪdz Роликовые коньки
scarf skɑːf шарф
shirt ʃɜːt Рубашка
(athletic) shoes æθˈletɪk ʃuːz спортивная обувь
sunglasses sʌŋglæsɪz солнечные очки
sweater ˈswetə свитер
tie taɪ галстук
watch wɒʧ часы

 

cotton ˈkɒtn хлопок
gold gəʊld золото
leather ˈleðə кожа
plastic ˈplæstɪk пластик
polyester ˈpɒlɪˈestə полиэстер
rubber ˈrʌbə ластик
silk sɪlk шелк
silver ˈsɪlvə серебряный
wool wʊl шерсть

 

adult ˈædʌlt для взрослых
color ˈkʌlə цвет
compact disc ˈkɒmpækt dɪsk компакт-диск
cost kɒst Стоимость
(room) decor ruːm (decor) (комната) Декор
design dɪˈzaɪn дизайн
dollar ˈdɒlə ˌ доллар
entertainment entəˈteɪnmənt развлекательная программа
(for) example fər ɪgˈzɑːmpl например
expenses ɪksˈpensɪz затраты
(gallon of ) gas ˈgælən əv gæs (галлон) бензина
haircut ˈheəkʌt стрижка
health helθ здоровье
money ˈmʌnɪ Деньги
(birthday) present ˈbɜːθdeɪ ˈpreznt подарок (на день рождения)
price praɪs цена
salary ˈsælərɪ зарплата
savings ˈseɪvɪŋz экономия
style staɪl стиль
(price) tag praɪs tæg ценник
taxes ˈtæksɪz налоги
thing θɪŋ вещь
transportation ˌtrænspɔːˈteɪʃən транспорт
EXPRESSIONS: ВЫРАЖЕНИЯ:
Talking about prices. Разговор о ценах.
How much is this sweater ? Сколько стоит этот свитер?
It’s .... That isn’t bad. Это .... Это не плохо.
How much are those shoes? Сколько стоят эти туфли?
They’re .... That’s expensive. Они .... Это дорого.
   
Comparing. Сравнение.
The black boots are more attractive/
prettier than the brown ones.
Черные ботинки привлекательнее/ красивее, чем коричневые.
   
Identifying things. Определениевещей.
Which one? The wool one. Который из? Шерстяная.
Which ones? The blue ones. Какие? Голубые.
   
Talking about preferences. Разговор о предпочтениях.
Which one do you like better/more?
I like the . . . one better/more.
Какой из них вам больше нравится? Мне нравится . . . лучше / больше.
Which ones do you prefer?
I prefer the . . . ones.
Какие из них вы предпочитаете? Я предпочитаю. . . .
   
Gettingsomeoneattention. Привлечение чьего-то внимания.
Excuseme. Извините.
Hey. Привет.
Look! Смотри!
   
Making and declining an offer. Создание и отклонение предложения.
Would you like to ... ? Вы не хотите ... ?
Oh, no. О нет.
That’s OK. Ничего страшного.
   
Thanking someone. Поблагодарить кого-то.
Thank you (anyway). В любом случае, спасибо.
You’re welcome. Пожалуйста.
   
Asking for more information. Запросить дополнительную информацию.
Why? Зачем?
Do you mean . . . ? Ты имеешь ввиду . . . ?
Oh, these? Ох, эти?
   
Expressing doubt. Выражение сомнений.
Hmm. Хм.
I’m not sure. Я не уверен.
   
Expressing surprise. Выражаю удивление.
Are you kidding? Ты шутишь?


Answer the questions.
Ex  1. How much is it?
Which words have a positive meaning?
Which have a negative meaning?
What meanings do these colors have for you?
What does your favorite color make you think of?
What is your favorite color?
Is color important to you?
Does color affect your emotions?
Imagine being in a room where everything is dark blue how would you feel?
What if the room was red? Black? Yellow? Pink?
Why do you think colors affect humans so much?
Do you think that certain colors are only for boys or only for girls?
Which colors do guys usually like more? How about girls?
Why do you think there is a difference?
If you HAD to change your hair color, what color would you change it to?
Most electronics are either black, silver or white.
Why do you think this is?
Do you think we will have more colorful electronics in the future?
Colorful tattoos are becoming more popular in places like America.
Do you think they will become as popular in your country? Why or why not?
Would you ever get a tattoo? Why or why not?
Pink and purple are rarely worn by men in western cultures, why do you think this is?
If you bought a car, what color would it be?
Can you think of some examples of camouflage in daily life?



Ex  2. CONVERSATION It's really pretty.
Listen and practice.

Salesclerk: Can I help you?
Customer: Yes, thank you. How much are these mittens?
Salesclerk: The brown ones? They're $16.
Customer: Oh, that's not bad. Do they come in black?
Salesclerk: No, sorry, just brown.
Customer: OK. Um, how much is that head scarf?
Salesclerk: Which one? The red and yellow one?
Customer: No, the blue one.
Salesclerk: Let's see... it's $24.95.
Customer: It's really pretty. I'll take it.



В Listen to the rest of the conversation.
What else does the customer look at?
Does he buy it?
- We have some nice glaves over here.
- Oh yeah. I need a new pair.
- They are on sale today only.
- Oh, they are of good quality. These black ones are pretty. How much are they?
- It's $36,50
- Hmm, I don't think so. Thanks any way.

Translare into english.

Продавец: Могу ли я вам помочь?
Клиент: Да, благодарю вас. Сколько стоят эти рукавицы?
Продавец: Коричневые? Они стоят 16 долларов.
Клиент: О, это не плохо. Они бывают черными?
Продавец: Нет, извините, просто коричневый.
Клиент: ОК. Гм, сколько стоит этот платок?
Продавец: Какой? Красный с желтым?
Клиент: Нет, синий.
Продавец: Давайте посмотрим ... $ 24,95.
Клиент: Он действительно красивый. Я возьму его.



Ex  3. Grammar.

Demonstratives; one, ones
How much is this head scarf?
                   this one?
How much is that head scarf?
                   that one?
Which one? The gray one. It's $24.95.
How much are these trousers?
                      these?
How much are those trousers?
                     those?
Which ones? The gray ones. They're $18.


A Complete these conversations. Then practice with a partner.

A: Excuse me. How much are trousers?
B: Which ___ ? Do you mean___?
A: No, the dark blue ___
B: Oh,___are $49.89,
A: Wow! That's expensive!

A: How much is ___ bag?
B: Which ___ ?
A: The red ___
B: it's $38.58. But brown ___ is only $22.25.
A: That's not bad. Can I see it, please?

A: How much are these slippers?
B: Which ___?
A: The pink ___.
B: ___'re $16.99.
A: That's expensive!


That's cheap.
That's reasonable.
That's OK/not bad.
That's expensive.

PRONUNCIATION. Sentence stress.




Ex 4. A Listen and practice. Notice that the important words in a sentence have more stress.
oO o             o o O o                 o O o
Excuse me. That's expensive. I'll take it.

В Practice the conversations in Exercise 3, part 6 again. Pay attention to the sentence stress.

Ex 5. ROLE PLAY. Can I help you?
 Answer the customer's questions.
Student В: You are a customer. Ask the price of each item. Say if you want to buy it.
A: Can I help you?
B: Yes. I like these sunglasses. How much are they?
A: Which ones?
В Change roles and try the role play again.



LISTENING Look at this!
Ex 6A Listen to two friends shopping. Write the color and price for each item.

1: Look at this! It's so cool and it's black.
2: It's nice, but you have an Iphone. How much is it?
1: Let's see. Wow, It's too expensive. It's $900,99. Around $1000. I don't want to spend that much money. I guess I don't realy need it. Let's go.

Translate into English.
1: Посмотрите на это! Он такой крутой, и черный.
2: Он красивый, но у тебя есть Iphone. Сколько стоит?
1: Давай посмотрим. Вау, слишком дорого. $ 900,99. Около 1000 долларов. Я не хочу тратить столько денег. Наверное, мне это действительно не нужно. Пошли.

2
1: Here’s a great watch for you.
2: Which one? That gold one?
1: No, this one. This black one.
2: Oh, that's nice. Is it expensive?
1: I guess, It's $320.95.
2: That's too expensive. I think, I won't get it.

Translate into English.
1: Вот отличные часы для тебя.
2: Какие? Эти золотые?
1: Нет, ни эти. Те черные.
2: О, Они красивые. Они дорогие?
1: Я думаю, 320,95 $.
2: Слишком дорого. Думаю, я не буду брать его.

3
1: What do you think of these jackets?
2: They are nice. How much are they?
1: Which one?
2: The leather one
1: They're $200,55. That's cheap.
2: Try it on. It looks great. Black is a good colour on you
1: You think so?
2: Sure.
1: OK, I'll get it.

Translate into English.
1: Что ты думаешь об этих куртках?
2: Они красивые. Сколько они стоят?
1: Какие?
2: Кожаные
1: Они - $ 150,55. Это дешево.
2: Примерьте. Она выглядит здорово. Черный тебе идет.
1: Ты так думаешь?
2: Конечно.
1: Хорошо, я возьму ее.


4
1: I love these shirts! Do you like them?
2: Yeah, I do. Why don't you get one.
1: They're pretty expensive. I only have $30.
2: Hey, these shirts aren't bad. They're only $15
1: Oh, those're nice too.
2: So, what colour? How about these brown and gray ones? Do you like them?
1: Not realy. Hey, all these shirts are brown and gray. I think that's why they are on sale.
2: So, do you want one?
1: No, Let's go. I'm hungry. It's time for lunch.

Translate into English.
1: Я люблю эти рубашки! Они тебе нравятся?
2: Да. Почему бы тебе не взять её.
1: Они довольно дорого стоят. У меня только 30 долларов.
2: Эй, Вон те рубашки не плохие. Они стоят всего 15 долларов.
1: О, они тоже хорошие.
2: Итак, какой цвет? Как насчет этих коричневых и серых? Они тебе нравятся?
1: Не совсем. Эй, все эти рубашки коричневые с серым. Я думаю, именно поэтому они на распродаже.
2: Итак, вы хочешь одну?
1: Нет, Пошли. Я голоден. Время перекусить.



Ex 7. A Listen to two friends shopping. Write the color and price for each item.

Item Price Do thet buy? Reason
    Yes /  No  
phone      
watch      
jackets      
shirt      


B. Listen again. Do they buy the items? Check (√ ) Yes or No.



Ex 8. Grammar:

Preferences; comparisons with adjectives
Which scarf do you prefer?
I prefer the black one.
It's nicer than the blue one.
It's prettier than the blue one.

It's more stylish than the blue one.
Spelling
cheap —> cheaper
nice —> nicer
pretty —> prettier
big —> bigger
good—>better
Which one do you like more?
I like the blue one more.

Which one do you like better?
I like the blue one better.


EX. 9
A Complete these conversations. 

1.
A: Which of these coat do you like more?
B: I prefer the leather one. The design is ___(nice), and it looks ___(expensive) then the wool one.

2.
A: These shirts are nice. Which one do you prefer?
B: I like the blue and white one better. The colors are ___(pretty). It's ___(attractive) the gray and black one.

3.
A: Which rings do you like better?
В: I like the gold ones more. They're ___(big) the gold ones. And they're ___(cheap)




Ex 10. A  Listen and practice.
John: These jeans are really nice.
Which ones do you like better?
Jason: Let's see ... I like the dark blue ones more.
John: The dark blue ones? Why?
Jason: They look nicer.
John: That's true, but I think I prefer the light blue ones.
It's more stylish than the dark blue ones,
Jason: Hmm.There's no price tag.
John: Excuse me. How much are these jeans?
Clerk: They're $120. Would you like to try them on?
John: Uh, no. That's OK. But thanks anyway.
Clerk: You're welcome.

Translate into English.
Джон: Эти джинсы очень красивые.
Какие из них тебе больше нравятся?
Джейсон: Давай посмотрим ... Мне больше нравятся синие.
Джон: Синие? Почему?
Джейсон: Он выглядит лучше.
Джон: Это правда, но я думаю, что я предпочитаю голубые.
Они более стильные, чем темно-синие,
Джейсон: Хм. Там нет ценника.
Джон: Простите. Сколько стоят эти джинсы?
Клерк: Это 120 долларов. Хотите примерить?
Джон: Нет, нет. Ничего страшного. Но все равно спасибо.
Клерк: Всегда пожалуйста.



B Listen to the rest of the conversation,
What does John buy? What does Jason think of it?
John: Wow! Those jeans are realy expensive. I don't want to spend that much money.
Jason: Look there is some things on sale over there
John: Oh, you are right. This jacket is realy nice and cheap, too. I like this one. Is it cotton.
Jason: Let's see. Yes, it is. It looks nice on you. The colours are realy cool.
John: Great. I'll take it.

Ex 11.
How much do these things cost in your country? Complete the chart. Then compare the prices in your country with the prices in the U.S.

a cup of coffee $1.40
a movie ticket $12.50
a paperback novel $8.95
a video game $50.00

Many things are more expensive in my country than in the United States. For example, a cup of coffee costs about $2.00 at home. In the U.S., it's cheaper. It's only $1.40. A movie ticket costs ...

Ex 12.
Scan the article. Find the names of popular websites. Do you use any of them for shopping.

Do you like to shop online? Like millions of people, you want to find the best things for the best price. There are so many choices that it can be difficult to find the things you need and want. Here’s where technology comes in! Popular websites like Facebook and Twitter aren’t just for social networking anymore.
The websites Facebook and twitter are popular because people can connect to friends and get their most recent news. But people also use these sites as powerful shopping tools. Members can ask about an item and then get opinions from people they trust, Twitterers can also search for news from other users and ' then find stores
nearby that sell the item,
.Another heipful shopping tool is the smartphone, Smartphone users can go into a store, find an item they like, and then type the item number into their smartphone. They can compare:prices, read reviews, and. make better decisions
about their purchase. Many people find a better price online or at another store. People often want to see and touch an item before they buy. They can do just that - and pay a lower price, too.
But you don’t have to be a Facebook or Twitter member or have a smartphone to find a bargain. Websites like Shopzilla compare prices, give reviews, and find stores near you with the best bargains. Google does all these things but also lets you buy items directly through its site. Be a smart shopper.The information you need is at your fingertips!

A Read the article. Answer these questions. Then write the number of the paragraph where you find each answer.
a. How are Shopzilla and Googie similar?
b. What are Twitter users called?
c. How do smartphones help find bargains?
d. What are two social networking sites?
В According to the article, which shopping tools do these things? Check (/) the correct boxes.