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1 . VOCABULARY:


Vocabulary bank:
blouse
(blue) jeans
dress
coat
boots
belt
polo / sport shirt (polo)
shorts
(evening) gown (vestido de fiesta, de baile)
cardigan (rebeca)
sandals (sandalias)
bow-tie (pajarita)
shirt
skirt

jacket
(high) heels / high-heel shoes (zapatos de tacón algo)
briefcase (maletín)
sweater
trousers (Br)/ pants (USA)

raincoat
shoes
cup
T-shirt



sneakers (zapatos de estilo deportivo)
bracelet




socks (calcetines)
ear muffs (orejeras)



xxxxxxxxx

earrings




tennis shoes (zapatillas de deporte)
gloves




trainers (apatillas de deporte)
handbag (bolso)





hat



suit

keyring (llavero)



tuxedo (esmoquin)

mittens (manoplas)



tracksuit (chandal)

necklace



uniform

pendant (colgante)



vest (chaleco)

purse / bag (monedero / bolso)





ring





scarf (bufanda)





tie





umbrella





wallet (billetera)





watch

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Underwear (ropa interior):
bathrobe (albornoz)
boxer shorts (calzoncillos boxer)
gown (bata)
bra (sujetador)
nightgown (camisón)
knickers (Br.) / panties (USA) (bragas)
pyjamas (Br) / pajamas (USA)
pants (Br.) / underpants (USA) (calzoncillos)
slippers (zapatillas de casa)

stockings (medias a media pierna)
tank top (camiseta de tirantes, sin mangas)
tights / pantyhose (medias hasta la cintura)
undershirt (camiseta interior)
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to carry
llevar (en la mano)
I never carry an umbrella.
He always carries a briefcase.
to wear
llevar puesto
They often wear a belt.
I always wear earrings.

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cheap
barato
The trousers are cheap.
comfortable
cómodo
These jeans are very comfortable.
elegant
elegante
This coat is very elegant.
expensive
caro
The skirt is expensive.
the changing room
el probador
The changing room is occupied.
the fitting room
el probador
The fitting room is occupied.
the size
la talla
I wear a size 38.
to try on
probarse
Can I try it on?
to wear
llevar puesto
I'm wearing a very warm sweater.
uncomfortable
incómodo
Socks are uncomfortable.



belt, vest, shorts, tie, pants (trousers), hat (cap), gloves, bracelet, blouse,
dress, sweater, robe, shoes, jeans, swimsuit, T-shirt, ring, suit, watch, pyjamas,
shirt, coat, socks, sandals, jacket, necklace, skirt.





















Do the quiz:











Do the quiz:






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EVERYDAY CLOTHING
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1 blouse
2 skirt
3 shirt
4 pants/slacks
5 sport shirt
6 jeans
7 knit shirt/jersey
8 dress
9 sweater
10 jacket
11 sport coat/sport jacket/ jacket
12 suit
13 three-piece suit
14 tie/necktie
15 uniform
16 T-shirt
17 shorts
18 maternity dress
19 jumpsuit
20 vest
21 jumper
22 blazer
23 tunic
24 leggings
25 overalls
26 turtleneck
27 tuxedo
28 bow tie
29 (evening) gown

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1. shirt/ long-sleeved shirt; 2. short-sleeved shirt
3. dress shirt; 4. sport shirt
5. polo shirt/jersey/ sport shirt
6. flannel shirt


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7. blouse;8. turtleneck; 9. pants/slacks
10. (blue) jeans; 11. corduroy pants/ corduroys
12. skirt


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13. dress; 14. jumpsuit; 15. shorts
16. sweater; 17. V-neck sweater
18. cardigan sweater

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19. overalls; 20. uniform; 21. jacket/sports jacket/ sports coat
22. jacket; 23. blazer; 24. suit
25. three-piece suit; 26. vest
27. tie/necktie; 28. bowtie
29. tuxedo; 30. (evening) gown



OUTDOOR CLOTHING
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1 rain hat
2 baseball cap
3 hat
4 umbrella
5 raincoat

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6 jacket
7 coat
8 gloves



SWEATERS
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9 turtleneck
10 V-neck sweater
11 cardigan
12 crewneck sweater


FOOTWEAR
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13 shoes
14 running shoes
15 boots
16 sandals
17 pumps


NIGHTCLOTHES
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18 pajamas
19 slippers
20 nightgown/nightie
21 bathrobe



UNDERWEAR
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8 panties/underwear
9 ankle socks
10 slip/petticoat
11 pantyhose/stockings/nylons
12.tights
13.bra
14.socks


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1. tee shirt; 2. tank top; 3. sweatshirt
4. sweat pants; 5. running shorts


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6. tennis shorts; 7. lycra shorts
8. jogging suit/ running suit
9. leotard; 10. tights
11. sweatband

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19. clown jacket; 20. down vest
21. raincoat; 22. poncho
23. trenchcoat; 24. rubbers
25. gloves; 26. mittens; 27. hat

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28. cap; 29. baseball cap;30. beret
31. rain hat; 32. ski hat; 33. ski mask
34. ear muffs; 35. scarf



A WOMAN GETTING DRESSED:
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Pam puts on some panties, a bra, a dress OR a blouse/ a shirt and a askirt or some pants, and some socks or some nylons (stockings), some pantyhose.


Dressing for Hot Weather:

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If it’s hot, Pam wears light clothes a short – sleeved cotton shirt and a pair of cotton shorts. She goes barefoot indoors and wears sandals outdoors.
Dressing this way keeps her cool.

- Someone who goes barefood walks around with no shoes or socks on his/her feet. His/Her feet are bare.

Dressing for Cold Weater

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If it’s cold, Pam wears heavy clothes: a long sleeved shirt, a wool swaeatr, long pants, and thick wool socks.
Before going outdoors, she puts on a heavy coat and some gloves or mittens.
She wraps a scart around ther neck and puts on a hat and some boots.
Dressing this way keeps her warm.

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After you put on your clother, you wear them: tie, jacket, shirt, panta, dresss shoes, cap, T-shirt, shirt, sweatshirt, jeans, shorts, running shoes, sandals
These people are wearing suits. These people are wearing casual clothes.







A MAN GETTING DRESSED:
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Tom puts on some underwear, a T-shirt, some socks, some pants, and a shirt.


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Tom steps into his pants then he pulls them up.
He fastens the waistband and zips up the fly.
He slips a belt through the belt loops and buckles it.

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Tom slips an arm into each sleeve.
He buttons the shirt and the cuffs.
He straightens his collar.
He tucks his shirt into his pants.



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some pants/a pair of pants , some socks/ a pair of socks
some shorts/ a pair of shorts, some underwear/ some underpants/ a pair of underpants.
a T-shirt/ some shoes, a pair of shoes
a jacket, some pajamas/ a pair of pajamas
a shirt, some glasses/ a pair of glasses






GAMES!!!
First learn the vocabulary: VOCABULARY FOR THE GAMES
· Clothes Hangman
· Clothes Matching
· Clothes Spelling
· Clothes Wordsearch
· Clothes picture test
· Clothes Vocabulary Quiz (Read the sentence on your left and select the clothes on your right).
· Teddy dresser (Read what Teddy is wearing and then click on the arrows to select the clothes, after that click on "check").
· Match the kit (Look at the girl and select the clothes that she is wearing)
· Clothes Matching
· Paint - Winter Clothes
· Clothes Hangman
· Clothes Matching
· Clolthes Multiple Choice (Read the question and choose the best answer)
· Describing People (Click on the circles to form sentences)
· My favourite clothes
· Muffy's wardrove

Song:
· Don't put your trousers on your head

Oxford University Press Practical English: Audio Phrase Bank File 4



3. BUYING CLOTHES:


Useful language:
How does it fit you?
¿Cómo te queda?
If it doesn't fit, can I return it?
Si no me queda bien, ¿puedo devolverlo?
The skirt fits you well.
La falda the queda bien.
It's a bit tight.
Es un poco ajustado / estrecho.
Do you have this in another colour?
¿Tiene esto en otro color?
What size are these jeans?
¿Qué talla son estos pantalones?
What size is this T-shirt?
¿Qué talla es esta camiseta?

Sizes:
S
small
M
medium
L
large
XL
extra large



What's your size?
I am a 42.
What size are you?
I am a 42.


What size do you have?

Does it fit?
Yes, it does. / Yes, it fits. / Yes, it fits well.
No, it doesn't. / No, it doesn't fit. It's too big. / It's too small.


Oral activity: try to answer these questions at home:
· What colour clothes do you like wearing? I like wearing ...
· Do you ever wear jeans? When? I never / I sometimes / I often ...
· What do you wear at parties? at work or at school? at weddings? I wear ...
· Do you like wearing jewelry? What jewelry do you have?
· Do you exercise? How? What kind of clothing and shoes do you wear when you exercise?



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Dialogue - In a clothes shop:













AT A GIFT SHOP:





SOCIAL ENGLISH


Remember:
· Would you like ...? is a useful phrase for inviting somebody to do something. (Unit 1-Practical English).
· How about ...? is very useful for making a suggestion, e.g. when you are trying to decide on a day to meet. How about Wednesday? (= Is Wednesday OK for you?).
· What about you ...? e.g. I like pizza. What about you?


Complementing people on clothes:






1.

What a nice cardigan!

Does it look all right?

Yes, and it matches your scarf perfectly.

I got it for ₤28.50 in a sale.

It’s incredible.

2.

I say, I like your new raincoat.

Is it a good fit?

Yes, it looks fabulous.

It only cost me ₤29.

Well, that was very good value.

3.

You’re looking very smart in that new jacket.

Does it suit me?

Yes, and I like the colour too.

You know I only paid ₤27.75 for it.

You got a bargain there.

4.

That’s a very nice blazer you’re wearing.

Do you really like it?

Yes, and it goes well with your new pullover, too.

You’ll never believe it, but it only cost ₤29.50.
Very reasonable indeed.



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