Take roles and act out the following dialogues. The first one is between Mrs Smith and her younger son John. The second is between Mrs Smith and a shop assistant.

A. It’s Saturday morning and Mrs Smith is going shopping.

Mrs S: John, I’m going to the shops. Is there anything you want?
John: Yes, please! Can you pick up my magazine from the newsagent’s?
Mrs S: Of course. Do you want to come with me?
John: No way, I’m going round to Mike’s house, sorry.
Mrs S: No problem. I’ll be about an hour, be home by 5 o’clock at the latest.
John: O.K. I’ll see you later.
A bit later......
Mrs S: John, are you home?
John: Yes, mum, I’m Take roles and act out the following dialogues. The first one is between Mrs Smith and her younger son John. The second is between Mrs Smith and a shop assistant. upstairs.
Mrs S: Come down here, I bought you a new Nike T-shirt, I want you to try it on.
John: Nike? Great I’m coming!
A few minutes later.....
Mrs S: Well, does it fit?
John: I think it’s a bit too small.
Mrs S: Let’s have a look. Hmmm, I think you’ve grown again!
John: I can’t wear it though.
Mrs S: Do you like it?
John: Yeah, it’s a nice colour.
Mrs S: I’ll take it back to the supermarket and see if I can change it.

B. Mrs Take roles and act out the following dialogues. The first one is between Mrs Smith and her younger son John. The second is between Mrs Smith and a shop assistant. Smith had bought a nice new T-shirt for John, but when he tried it on it didn’t fit. It’s Saturday evening and Mrs Smith has to return the T-shirt.

Mrs S: Excuse me, can you help me?
Shop assistant: Yes, of course, what can I do for you?
Mrs S: I bought this T-shirt for my son this afternoon, but it doesn’t fit him, it’s too small.
Shop assistant: Do you want to change it or get a refund?
Mrs S: I’d like to change it for a larger size. Do you Take roles and act out the following dialogues. The first one is between Mrs Smith and her younger son John. The second is between Mrs Smith and a shop assistant. have these in large?
Shop assistant: I’ll just check. Let’s see, yes, we have large or extra large, which would you prefer?
Mrs S: I think large will be fine, it’s for my son.
Shop assistant: That’s fine, if it doesn’t fit just bring it back again. If you take it to the customer service desk, they’ll sort it all out for you.
Mrs. S: Thank you. Just as a matter of interest, do you give refunds?
Shop assistant: Yes, of course. You can bring any clothing items back up to three Take roles and act out the following dialogues. The first one is between Mrs Smith and her younger son John. The second is between Mrs Smith and a shop assistant. weeks after purchase, but you must keep the receipt.
Mrs S: I see, thanks again.
Shop assistant: You’re welcome.

SPEAKING

Express your agreement or disagreement with the following quotes.

  1. The odds of going to the store for a loaf of bread and coming out with only a loaf of bread are three billion to one. (Erma Bombeck)

2. A bargain is something you can’t use at a price you can’t resist. (Franklin P. Jones)

3. When women are depressed, they eat or go shopping. Men invade another country. It’s a whole different way of thinking. (Elayne Boosler Take roles and act out the following dialogues. The first one is between Mrs Smith and her younger son John. The second is between Mrs Smith and a shop assistant.)

4. The quickest way to know a woman is to go shopping with her. (Marcelene Cox)

5. Anyone who lives within their means suffers from a lack of imagination. (Oscar Wilde)

6. We used to build civilizations. Now we build shopping malls. (Bill Bryson)


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