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beard /bi:rd/ curly freckles /'fr klz/

goatee /go 'ti:/ height /hat/ mustache / /'m st/ overweight /o vr 'wet/

pierced nose pregnant /prg nnt/ scar skinny

straight /str et/ tattoo /t 'tu:/ wavy /'we vi/ weight /wet/

B C D Student B. Take turns asking your partner the questions. 2. Look at the pictures on your paper. Which person has curly hair? (Answer: J) 4. Which person has wavy hair? (Answer: I) 6. Who is heavy or overweight? (Answer: R R) 8. Who has a pierced nose? /pi:rst/ (Answer: T) 10. Who is average height? /hat/ (Answer: L) 12. Which person is average weight? /wet/ (Answer: P) 14. Who has straight hair? (Answer: H)

16. Who has a pierced eyebrow? (Answer: S) 18. Does Person J have straight hair or curly hair? (Answer: curly) 20. Is Person N skinny or average weight? (Answer: skinny) 22. Is Person L average height hei or short? (Answer: average height) 24. Is Person I's hair straight or wavy? (Answer: wavy)

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beard /bi:rd/ curly freckles /'fr klz/

goatee /go 'ti:/ height /hat/ mustache / /'m st/ overweight /o vr 'wet/

pierced nose pregnant /prg nnt/ scar skinny

straight /str et/ tattoo /t 'tu:/ wavy /'we vi/ weight /wet/

I J K L M N OP Q R Student A. Take turns asking your partner the questions. 1. Look at the pictures on your paper. Which person has a tattoo? (Answer: D) 3. Who has a scar on his face? (Answer: F) 5. Who has a goatee and a thin mustache? / /go 'ti:/ /'m st/ (Answer: A) 7. Which picture shows a person who is pregnant? / /'prg nnt/ (Answer: G) 9. Who has freckles on her face and n nose? /'fr klz/ (Answer: E) 11. Which person has a long beard? (Answer: C) 13. Which one has a thick mustache? (Answer: B) 15. Does Person B have a beard or a mustache? (Answer: a mustache) 17. Does Person D have freckles or a tattoo? (Answer: a tattoo) 19. Does Person F have a scar or a goatee? (Answer: a scar) 21. Is Person G overweight or pregnant? (Answer: pregnant)

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average

beard /bi:rd/ curly freckles /'fr klz/

goatee /go 'ti:/ height /hat/ mustache / /'m st/ overweight /o vr 'wet/

pierced nose pregnant /prg nnt/ scar skinny

straight /str et/ tattoo /t 'tu:/ wavy /'we vi/ weight /wet/

A B C Part A. Look at the pictures above. 1. Does Person B have a beard or a mustache mustache? /'m st/ He has a ____________. ____. 2. Which person has a tattoo? __ 3. Does Person D have freckles or a tattoo tattoo? She has a ____________. 4. Does Person F have a scar or a goatee goatee? He has a ____________. 5. Which one has a thick mustache? __ 6. Which person has a long beard? __

7. Which picture shows a person who is pregnant? /'prg nnt/ __ 8. Who has a goatee and a thin mustache? /go 'ti:/ 9. Who has a scar on his face? __ 10. Is Person G overweight or pregnant? pregnant She is _____________ ________. 11. Who has freckles on her face and nose? /'fr / klz/ __

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Part B.

K L

N OP Q R
the weight

the height

Look at the pictures above. 12. Which person has curly hair? __ 13. Which person has wavy hair? __ 14. Which person is average weight? /wet/ __ 15. Who has a pierced eyebrow? __ 16. Who has a pierced nose? /pi:rst/ __ 17. Is Person I's hair straight or wavy? ________ 18. Who has straight hair? __ 19. Who is average height? /hat/ __ 20. Who is heavy or overweight? __ 21. Does Person J have straight hair or curly hair? She has ____________ hair. 22. Is Person L average height or short? He is ______________________. 23. Is Person N skinny or average weight? He is ______________________. 24. In Picture C, what is the arrow () pointing to? It is pointing to his ____________.

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He might fall = Maybe he will fall the medicine cabinet to mop/mopped the outlet

to slip/slipped to fall/fell to burn, burned to get shocked

to slip and fall

the poison adj. poisonous to plug in, in plugged in the iron to drown, drown drowned

Student A. Take turns asking each other about the pictures.

1. 3. 5. 7. 9. 11.

She opened the medicine cabinet. She might take some medicine and get sick. Answer: I She was mopping the floor. She slipped and fell down the stairs. Answer: H She is reaching for the hot pan on the stove. ve. She might burn herself. Answer: J He put (or: stuck) his finger into the o outlet. utlet. He got shocked. Answer: G He fell out of the window. Answer: L These are cleaning supplies. They are poisonous ( , venenoso/txico, , ) . If a child drinks them, he can get very sick or die. Answer: K

He might fall = Maybe he will fall the medicine cabinet to mop/mopped the outlet

to slip/slipped to fall/fell to burn, burned to get shocked

to slip and fall

the poison adj. poisonous to plug in, plugged in the iron to drown, drowned

Student B. Take turns asking each other about the pictures.

2. 4. 6. 8.

He was riding his bike, and he fell off. Answer: C She plugged in her toaster and got shocked. Answer: A The baby might touch the hot iron. He might burn himself. Answer: E This picture means "Poison Poison*. Be careful. This can make you very sick or kill you". you" Answer: F * , veneno, , 10. He is playing with matches. He might start a fire. Answer: D 12. He fell into the water, and he can't swim. He is drowning. ing. Answer: B
*, , ahogarse,
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Person A. Don't do that! You might... Read the sentences. Ask your partner to finish them.

Example: Don't walk on the wet floor. You might... Answer: You might slip and fall down. = Maybe you will slip (and maybe you will) fall down. 1. Don't go near the swimming pool. You might... Answer: You might drown. 3. Don't play with matches. You might... Answer: You might start a fire. 5. Don't play on the stairs. You might... Answer: You might fall down. or You might fall off. 7. Don't open the medicine cabinet. You might... Answer: You might eat or drink something poisonous. 9. Don't walk on the wet floor. You might... Answer: You might slip and fall down.

Person B. Don't do that! You might... Read the sentences. Ask your partner to finish them.

Example: Don't walk on the wet floor. You might... Answer: You might slip and fall down. = Maybe you will slip (and maybe you will) fall down. 2. Don't put your finger in the outlet. You might... Answer: You might get shocked. 4. Don't touch the iron. You might... Answer: You might get burned. or You might burn yourself. 6. Don't touch hot pots or pans. You might... Answer: You might get burned. or You might burn yourself. 8. Don't put your finger in the toaster. You might... Answer: You might get shocked. 10. Don't walk on the wet floor. You might... Answer: You might slip and fall down.

Person A. Don't do that! You might... Read the sentences. Ask your partner to finish them.

Example: Don't walk on the wet floor. You might... Answer: You might slip and fall down. = Maybe you will slip (and maybe you will) fall down. 1. Don't go near the swimming pool. You might... Answer: You might drown. 3. Don't play with matches. You might... Answer: You might start a fire. 5. Don't play on the stairs. You might... Answer: You might fall down. or You might fall off. 7. Don't open the medicine cabinet. You might... Answer: You might eat or drink something poisonous. 9. Don't walk on the wet floor. You might... Answer: You might slip and fall down.

Person B. Don't do that! You might... Read the sentences. Ask your partner to finish them.

Example: Don't walk on the wet floor. You might... Answer: You might slip and fall down. = Maybe you will slip (and maybe you will) fall down. 2. Don't put your finger in the outlet. You might... Answer: You might get shocked. 4. Don't touch the iron. You might... Answer: You might get burned. or You might burn yourself. 6. Don't touch hot pots or pans. You might... Answer: You might get burned. or You might burn yourself. 8. Don't put your finger in the toaster. You might... Answer: You might get shocked. 10. Don't walk on the wet floor. You might... Answer: You might slip and fall down.
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Person A. 1. 3. 5. 7. 9.

Ask me a yes/no question.

He drank some bleach. (

, leja,

)Answer: Did he drink some bleach?

He fell into the swimming pool. Answer: Did he fall into the swimming pool? He started a fire. Answer: Did he start a fire? He fell down the stairs. Answer: Did he fall down the stairs? He slipped on the wet floor. Answer: Did he slip on the wet floor?

Person A. 2. 4. 6. 8.

Ask me a yes/no question.

He stuck his finger in the outlet. Answer: Did he stick his finger in the outlet? He got shocked. Answer: Did he get shocked? He stood too close to the window. Answer: Did he stand too close to the window? He ate something poisonous. Answer: Did he eat something poisonous?

10. He took swimming lessons. Answer: Did he take swimming lessons?

Person A. 1. 3. 5. 7. 9.

Ask me a yes/no question.

He drank some bleach. (

, leja,

)Answer: Did he drink some bleach?

He fell into the swimming pool. Answer: Did he fall into the swimming pool? He started a fire. Answer: Did he start a fire? He fell down the stairs. Answer: Did he fall down the stairs? He slipped on the wet floor. Answer: Did he slip on the wet floor?

Person A. 2. 4. 6. 8.

Ask me a yes/no question.

He stuck his finger in the outlet. Answer: Did he stick his finger in the outlet? He got shocked. Answer: Did he get shocked? He stood too close to the window. Answer: Did he stand too close to the window? He ate something poisonous. Answer: Did he eat something poisonous?

10. He took swimming lessons. Answer: Did he take swimming lessons?

Person A. 1. 3. 5. 7. 9.

Ask me a yes/no question.

He drank some bleach. (

, leja,

)Answer: Did he drink some bleach?

He fell into the swimming pool. Answer: Did he fall into the swimming pool? He started a fire. Answer: Did he start a fire? He fell down the stairs. Answer: Did he fall down the stairs? He slipped on the wet floor. Answer: Did he slip on the wet floor?

Person A. 2. 4. 6. 8.

Ask me a yes/no question.

He stuck his finger in the outlet. Answer: Did he stick his finger in the outlet? He got shocked. Answer: Did he get shocked? He stood too close to the window. Answer: Did he stand too close to the window? He ate something poisonous. Answer: Did he eat something poisonous?

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A - Post Office Review. Take turns practicing with your partner. 1. Ask me if there is a mailbox around here*. *nearby, , , Answer: Excuse me, is there a mailbox around here?

cerca, por aqu,

3. 5. 7.

Ask me how much a first-class stamp to Mexico costs. Answer: How much does a first-class stamp to Mexico cost? Tell me you would like to buy ten forty-four cent stamps . Answer: I would like to buy/get ten forty-four cent stamps, please. Tell me you want to overnight* this package to New York City. Ask me how much it will cost. Answer: I want to overnight* this package to New York City. How much will it cost?

*You mail a package today; it arrives early the next morning.

B - Post Office Review. Take turns practicing with your partner.

2. Ask me how much it costs to send this letter to China. Answer: Excuse me, how much does it cost to send this letter to China? 4. Ask me what the fastest way is to send this package to Miami. Answer: What is the fastest way to send this package to Miami? 6. Ask me how much it costs to get insurance for this package. The contents are worth $100*. *, , El contenido vale $100. Answer: How much does it cost to get insurance for this package. The contents are worth $100.

A - Post Office Review. Take turns practicing with your partner. 1. Ask me if there is a mailbox around here*. *nearby, , ,

cerca, por aqu,

3. 5. 7.

Answer: Excuse me, is there a mailbox around here? Ask me how much a first-class stamp to Mexico costs. Answer: How much does a first-class stamp to Mexico cost? Tell me you would like to buy ten forty-four cent stamps . Answer: I would like to buy/get ten forty-four cent stamps, please. Tell me you want to overnight* this package to New York City. Ask me how much it will cost. Answer: I want to overnight* this package to New York City. How much will it cost?

*You mail a package today; it arrives early the next morning.

B - Post Office Review. Take turns practicing with your partner.

2. 4. 6.

Ask me how much it costs to send this letter to China. Answer: Excuse me, how much does it cost to send this letter to China? Ask me what the fastest way is to send this package to Miami. Answer: What is the fastest way to send this package to Miami? Ask me how much it costs to get insurance for this package. The contents are worth $100*. *, , El contenido vale $100. Answer: How much does it cost to get insurance for this package. The contents are worth $100.
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A - Employment Review.

Take turns practicing with your partner. Say the sentence. Ask your partner what

the missing words are.

How much does the job (blank)? Answer: pay What is the (blank) schedule? Answer: work When will you make your (blank)? Answer: decision , perodo de prueba, Is there a probation (blank)? Answer: period Ask me if this is a permanent position or a temporary one. Answer: Is this a permanent position or a temporary one? 11. Ask me when we will make our decision. Answer: When will you make your decision? 13. Ask me if there is a probation period. Answer: Is there a probation period?

1. 3. 5. 7. 9.

B - Employment Review.

Take turns practicing with your partner. Say the sentence. Ask your partner what

the missing words are.

2. 4. 6. 8. 10. 12.

Is this a permanent position, or is it (blank)? Answer: temporary When does the job (blank)? Answer: begin/start Which (blank) will I work, the swing or the graveyard? Answer: shift , el turno de, Ask me how much the job pays. Answer: How much does the job pay? Ask me when the job begins. Answer: When does the job begin? Ask me which shift you will work. Answer: Which shift will I work?

A - Employment Review.

Take turns practicing with your partner. Say the sentence. Ask your partner what

the missing words are.

How much does the job (blank)? Answer: pay What is the (blank) schedule? Answer: work When will you make your (blank)? Answer: decision Is there a probation (blank)? Answer: period , perodo de prueba, Ask me if this is a permanent position or a temporary one. Answer: Is this a permanent position or a temporary one? 11. Ask me when we will make our decision. Answer: When will you make your decision? 13. Ask me if there is a probation period. Answer: Is there a probation period?

1. 3. 5. 7. 9.

B - Employment Review.

Take turns practicing with your partner. Say the sentence. Ask your partner what

the missing words are.

2. 4. 6. 8. 10. 12.

Is this a permanent position, or is it (blank)? Answer: temporary When does the job (blank)? Answer: begin/start Which (blank) will I work, the swing or the graveyard? Answer: shift , el turno de, Ask me how much the job pays. Answer: How much does the job pay? Ask me when the job begins. Answer: When does the job begin? Ask me which shift you will work. Answer: Which shift will I work?

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Shopping A. Take turns practicing with your partner.

1. 3. 5. 7.

an aisle: , pasillo, ( say: I'll) You are in a clothes store. I am a sales clerk. Ask me if you can try these pants on. Answer: Excuse me, can I try these pants on? I am a sales clerk. ( , vendedor/depiendente, ) Ask me if you can try on these shoes in a size six wide. Answer: Excuse me, can I try on these shoes in a size 6 wide? Ask me if this jacket is on sale. Answer: Excuse me, is this jacket on sale? I am a checker at the supermarket. Ask me if you can get a rain check for the Safeway laundry detergent1. It's sold out.2 Answer: Can I get a rain check for the Safeway laundry detergent? It's sold out. 1 , 2They have sold them all. , agotado,

Shopping B. Take turns practicing with your partner.

an aisle:

2. 4. 6. 8.

I am a sales clerk. , vendedor/depiendente,, Ask me where the fitting room is. Answer: Where is the fitting room? I am a sales clerk. You like this sweater, but you can't find your size. Ask me if we have it in a SMALL. Answer: Excuse me, I like this sweater, but I can't find my size. Do you have it in a SMALL? Ask me which aisle the Chinese food is on. Answer: Excuse me, which aisle is the Chinese food on? I am a sales clerk. You just paid. Tell me you think there is a mistake. The corn should be $1.29 a bag, not $1.99. Answer: Excuse me, but I think there's a mistake. The corn should be $1.29 a bag, not $1.99.

, pasillo (say: I'll)

Shopping A. Take turns practicing with your partner.

1. 3. 5. 7.

an aisle: , pasillo, ( say: I'll) You are in a clothes store. I am a sales clerk. Ask me if you can try these pants on. Answer: Excuse me, can I try these pants on? I am a sales clerk. ( , vendedor/depiendente, ) Ask me if you can try on these shoes in a size six wide. Answer: Excuse me, can I try on these shoes in a size 6 wide? Ask me if this jacket is on sale. Answer: Excuse me, is this jacket on sale? I am a checker at the supermarket. Ask me if you can get a rain check for the Safeway laundry detergent1. It's sold out.2 Answer: Can I get a rain check for the Safeway laundry detergent? It's sold out. 1 , 2They have sold them all. , agotado,

Shopping B. Take turns practicing with your partner.

an aisle:

2. 4. 6. 8.

I am a sales clerk. , vendedor/depiendente,, Ask me where the fitting room is. Answer: Where is the fitting room? I am a sales clerk. You like this sweater, but you can't find your size. Ask me if we have it in a SMALL. Answer: Excuse me, I like this sweater, but I can't find my size. Do you have it in a SMALL? Ask me which aisle the Chinese food is on. Answer: Excuse me, which aisle is the Chinese food on? I am a sales clerk. You just paid. Tell me you think there is a mistake. The corn should be $1.29 a bag, not $1.99. Answer: Excuse me, but I think there's a mistake. The corn should be $1.29 a bag, not $1.99.
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, pasillo (say: I'll)

Conversation 1

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a. b. a. b. a. b. a.

OK, thatll ______ $15.02. Will that be cash or credit? $15.02? No, I think theres a mistake. I beg your 2_________? 3 ________ much was the peanut butter? some peanut butter a checker in a supermarket Lets see $2.99 4__ jar. 5 No. It should be $1.99. Its __ special. Let me 6_______ a look Youre right! Let me just go back and cancel* that. Sorry 7_______ that. *, anular, , b. 8____ problem. a. OK, that comes 9____ $12.02.
Conversation 2

a. b. a. b. a.

OK, 10________ you swipe your card, 11________? 12 (The customer scans his card, but it machine cannot read it.) I'm sorry, it's _____ working. You need to swipe it with the mag strip* up and to the left. *, banda magntica, Like this? Right. (The machine reads the card.) OK, now 13________ CREDIT CARD or DEBIT CARD. Good. And please sign here 14___ the amount you see is correct.

Conversation 1

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a. b. a. b. a. b. a.

OK, thatll ______ $15.02. Will that be cash or credit? $15.02? No, I think theres a mistake. I beg your 2_________? 3 ________ much was the peanut butter? Lets see $2.99 4__ jar. some peanut butter a checker in a supermarket 5 No. It should be $1.99. Its __ special. Let me 6_______ a look Youre right! Let me just go back and cancel* that. Sorry 7_______ that. *, anular, , b. 8____ problem. a. OK, that comes 9____ $12.02.
Conversation 2

a. b. a. b. a.

OK, 10________ you swipe your card, 11________? 12 (The customer scans his card, but it machine cannot read it.) I'm sorry, it's _____ working. You need to swipe it with the mag strip* up and to the left. *, banda magntica, Like this? Right. (The machine reads the card.) OK, now 13________ CREDIT CARD or DEBIT CARD. Good. And please sign here 14___ the amount you see is correct.
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Conversation 1
a. b. a. b. a. b. a. b. a.

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OK, thatll be $15.02. Will that be cash or credit? $15.02? No, I think theres a mistake. I beg your pardon? How much was the peanut butter? Lets see $2.99 a jar. some peanut butter a checker in a supermarket No. It should be $1.99. Its on special. Let me have a look Youre right. Let me just go back and cancel* that. Sorry about , anular, that. * No problem. OK, that comes to $12.02.

1. How much did the checker first charge (, , cobrar, ) the customer for the peanut butter? $_____ a jar 2. How much did the customer say the peanut butter was? $______ a jar 3. Who was right, the checker or the customer? the checker the customer 4. The customer overpaid (=paid too much) for the peanut butter. true false 5. How many jars of peanut butter did the customer purchase? __ 6. What was the total (, ) price of the purchase? $_____

Answer these questions:

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Match the vocabulary words with their opposites.


Part 1

__1. on sale, , on special, discounted __2. to zip it up __3. to put them on __4. to purchase, to buy __5. I'll pay with Visa/Mastercard Mastercard. I'll put it on my Visa __6. too tight
Part 2

a. b. c. d. e. f.

I'll pay cash full price, , regular price to sell to take them off to unzip it too loose, too baggy

__7. too narrow __8. brand new , totalmente nuevo, , __9. a customer __10. a good deal (at a low price) __11. better __12. a clean garment* * *,
prenda/ropa, , Part 3

a. b. c. d. e.

a sales clerk a soiled garment high-priced too wide worn out , , gastado,
,

f. worse a. formal clothes/dress ress clothes b. in stock , tener en existencia, , c. invalid d. to cancel a transaction , anular, e. to deposit, to make a deposit f. to remove your card g. to underpay

__13. to withdraw, to make a withdrawal __14. to overpay (=pay too much) __15. casual clothes ,, de sport, informal, __16. valid , __17. sold out __18. to swipe/ to slide your card (), deslizar/pasar la tarjeta, __19. to process* a transaction *do, take care of, handle a transaction: , operacin/transaccin,

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Person A1 1. a. Did they buy it on sale? b. No, they paid full ... (what?) Answer: price 3. If you are cold, you can "Zip up your jacket." What is the opposite of "zip up"? A: unzip 5. What is another way to say "to buy"? Answer: to purchase /pr ts/ 7. He didn't use his credit card or debit card. He paid ... (what?) Answer: cash 9. What do you call the person who works in a department store and helps you find things to buy? Answer: a sales clerk or a sales person 11. What do you call a person who sells cars, for example, Toyotas, Fords, or Mercedes? Answer: a car dealer 13. When you go into a store and you want to see if a garment (, prenda/ropa, , ) is the right size, what can you do? Answer: Try it on. 15. If something is available in the store and you can buy it, it's NOT sold out. It is ... (what?). Answer: in stock , tener en existencia, , Person B1 2. Shoes sometimes come in three different sizes: narrow, medium, and ... (what?) A: wide 4. If shoes or jeans are old and not good anymore, for example, they have holes in them, you say they are ... (what?) Answer: worn-out , , gastado, , 6. How do you say "more good"? Answer: better 8. What is the opposite of "cheaper"? Answer: more expensive 10. What's another way to say "a good deal"? Answer: a bargain /br gn/ 12. What's the past tense of "withdraw"? Answer: withdrew /wdru/ 14. This word means "OK, good, acceptable, usable (you can use it)." Answer: valid

Person A1 1. a. Did they buy it on sale? b. No, they paid full ... (what?) Answer: price 3. If you are cold, you can "Zip up your jacket." What is the opposite of "zip up"? A: unzip 5. What is another way to say "to buy"? Answer: to purchase /pr ts/ 7. He didn't use his credit card or debit card. He paid ... (what?) Answer: cash 9. What do you call the person who works in a department store and helps you find things to buy? Answer: a sales clerk or a sales person 11. What do you call a person who sells cars, for example, Toyotas, Fords, or Mercedes? Answer: a car dealer 13. When you go into a store and you want to see if a garment (, prenda/ropa, , ) is the right size, what can you do? Answer: Try it on. 15. If something is available in the store and you can buy it, it's NOT sold out. It is ... (what?). Answer: in stock , tener en existencia, , Person B1 2. Shoes sometimes come in three different sizes: narrow, medium, and ... (what?) A: wide 4. If shoes or jeans are old and not good anymore, for example, they have holes in them, you say they are ... (what?) Answer: worn-out , , gastado, , 6. How do you say "more good"? Answer: better 8. What is the opposite of "cheaper"? Answer: more expensive 10. What's another way to say "a good deal"? Answer: a bargain /br gn/ 12. What's the past tense of "withdraw"? Answer: withdrew /wdru/

14. This word means "OK, good, acceptable, usable (you can use it)." Answer: valid
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Person A2 1. The opposite of "Insert your card" is ... (what?) Answer: Remove your card. 3. a. Are these towels on special? b. No, they are regular ... (what?) Answer: price 5. What's the opposite of "to buy"? Answer: to sell 7. In the morning, you need to put on your clothes. What do you do with your clothes before you go to bed? Answer: Take off your clothes. or Take your clothes off. or Take them off. 9. What do you call the place in a store where you try clothes on? Answer: the fitting room or the dressing room 11. What's the opposite of "too loose" or "too baggy"? Answer: too tight 13. What do you call the person who is selling a house? Answer: the seller 15. This is a verb. It means something is the right size. It's not too big, not too small, not too wide, not too tight. Answer: to fit, for example, This dress fits just right. or These shoes fit just right. Person B2 2. What is the correct way to say "more cheap"? Answer: cheaper 4. What word means "to take money out of your bank account"? Answer: to withdraw 6. This means we have sold all of them. We don't have any more of them. We are ... (what?) Answer: sold out , agotados, , 8. If you paid a low price for something, we say you got a good ... (what?) Answer: a good deal. , precio de ganga, For example, "I got a good deal on this CD player." 10. How do you say "pay too much for something"? Answer: to overpay 12. If you just bought something and you have never used it or worn it before, you say it is ... (what?) Answer: brand new , totalmente nuevo, , 14. I'm sorry, but you cannot return this garment. You have worn it. It is not clean. It is ... (what?) Answer: soiled

Person A2 1. The opposite of "Insert your card" is ... (what?) Answer: Remove your card. 3. a. Are these towels on special? b. No, they are regular ... (what?) Answer: price 5. What's the opposite of "to buy"? Answer: to sell 7. In the morning, you need to put on your clothes. What do you do with your clothes before you go to bed? Answer: Take off your clothes. or Take your clothes off. or Take them off. 9. What do you call the place in a store where you try clothes on? Answer: the fitting room or the dressing room 11. What's the opposite of "too loose" or "too baggy"? Answer: too tight 13. What do you call the person who is selling a house? Answer: the seller 15. This is a verb. It means something is the right size. It's not too big, not too small, not too wide, not too tight. Answer: to fit, for example, This dress fits just right. or These shoes fit just right. Person B2 2. What is the correct way to say "more cheap"? Answer: cheaper 4. What word means "to take money out of your bank account"? Answer: to withdraw 6. This means we have sold all of them. We don't have any more of them. We are ... (what?) , agotados, , Answer: sold out 8. If you paid a low price for something, we say you got a good ... (what?) Answer: a good deal. For example, "I got a good deal on this CD player." , precio de ganga, 10. How do you say "pay too much for something"? Answer: to overpay 12. If you just bought something and you have never used it or worn it before, you say it is ... (what?) Answer: brand new , totalmente nuevo, , 14. I'm sorry, but you cannot return this garment. You have worn it. It is not clean. It is ... (what?) Answer: soiled

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What is logical (, lgico, ?) Fill in the blanks. 1. on sale : regular price :: to insert : to ______________ 2. to buy : to ______________ : on special : discounted 3. a good deal : a b_________n :: dirty : soiled 4. to put on : to take off :: to w______________ : to deposit 5. the dressing room : the ______________ room :: to pay too much : to overpay 6. too loose : too b______________ :: expensive : high high-priced 7. it has : they have : It fits : they : ___________ 8. sold out : in s_________ , tener en existencia, , :: too wide : too narrow 9. zip up : unzip :: button up : ______________ 10. b_______ new : worn out :: expensive : cheap 11. insurance : insurance agent :: c cars : car d______________ 12. valid : ____________ :: casual : formal

What is logical (, lgico, ?) Fill in the blanks. 1. on sale : regular price :: to insert : to ______________ 2. to buy : to ______________ : on special : discounted 3. a good deal : a b_________n :: dirty : soiled 4. to put on : to take off :: to w______________ : to deposit 5. the dressing room : the ______________ room :: to pay too much : to overpay 6. too loose : too b______________ :: expensive : high high-priced 7. it has : they have : It fits : they : ___________ 8. sold out : in s_________ , tener en existencia, , :: too wide : too narrow 9. zip up : unzip :: button up : ______________ 10. b_______ new : worn out :: expensive : cheap 11. insurance ance : insurance agent :: cars : car d______________ 12. valid : ____________ :: casual : formal
What is logical (, lgico, ?) Fill in the blanks.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

on sale : regular price :: to insert : to ______________ to buy : to ______________ : on special : discounted a good deal : a b_________n :: dirty : soiled to put on : to take off :: to w______________ : to deposit the dressing room : the ______________ room :: to pay too much : to overpay too loose e : too b______________ :: expensive : high high-priced it has : they have : It fits : they : ___________ sold out : in s_________ , tener en existencia, , :: too wide : too narrow zip up : unzip :: button up : ______________ b_______ new : worn out :: expensive : cheap insurance : insurance agent :: cars : car d______________ valid : ____________ :: casual : formal
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Person A. Listen to the words. Tell me which one is different.

1. 3. 5. 7. 9.

deposit swipe withdraw transfer (Answer: swipe) swipe your card slide your card insert your card cancel your card (Answer: cancel your card) in stock available in our store out of stock (Answer: out of stock) clean soiled dirty worn (Answer: clean) buy need get purchase (Answer: need)

Person B. Listen to the words. Tell me which one is different.

2. sold out valid good usable /ju z bl/ (Answer: sold out) 4. 50 percent off a good deal high priced a bargain (Answer: high priced) 6. sales clerk seller dealer manager (Answer: manager) 8. press select choose pick (Answer: press)

Person A. Listen to the words. Tell me which one is different.

1. 3. 5. 7. 9.

deposit swipe withdraw transfer (Answer: swipe) swipe your card slide your card insert your card cancel your card (Answer: cancel your card) in stock available in our store out of stock (Answer: out of stock) clean soiled dirty worn (Answer: clean) buy need get purchase (Answer: need)

Person B. Listen to the words. Tell me which one is different.

2. sold out valid good usable /ju z bl/ (Answer: sold out) 4. 50 percent off a good deal high priced a bargain (Answer: high priced) 6. sales clerk seller dealer manager (Answer: manager) 8. press select choose pick (Answer: press)

Person A. Listen to the words. Tell me which one is different.

1. 3. 5. 7. 9.

deposit swipe withdraw transfer (Answer: swipe) swipe your card slide your card insert your card cancel your card (Answer: cancel your card) in stock available in our store out of stock (Answer: out of stock) clean soiled dirty worn (Answer: clean) buy need get purchase (Answer: need)

Person B. Listen to the words. Tell me which one is different.

2. sold out valid good usable /ju z bl/ (Answer: sold out) 4. 50 percent off a good deal high priced a bargain (Answer: high priced) 6. sales clerk seller dealer manager (Answer: manager)
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press select choose pick (Answer: press)

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Person A. Take turns practicing with your partner.

Ask me if we accept American Express. Answer: Excuse me, do you accept American Express? Tell me to swipe my card through the slot. Answer: Swipe your card through the slot. Ask me which floor the men's formal wear is on. A: Excuse me, which floor is the men's formal wear on? You are a sales clerk. Ask me if I would like to pay with another (=a different) credit card. Answer: Would you like to pay with another credit card? 9. You are a sales clerk. Ask me if that will be cash or credit (=if I want to pay cash or with my credit card). Answer: Will that be cash or credit?

1. 3. 5. 7.

Person B. Take turns practicing with your partner.

2. Ask me if I can break* a hundred-dollar bill. *give you change for Answer: Excuse me, can you break a hundred-dollar bill? 4. Tell me you're sorry, but you cannot accept any returns without a receipt. Answer: I'm sorry, but we cannot accept any returns without a receipt. 6. You are a sales clerk. I'm a customer. I gave you my Visa to pay for a purchase. Tell me my credit card was rejected (=not accepted). It said I have exceeded /k si: dd/ my credit limit. (have spent too much, lmite de crdito, ) Answer: I'm sorry, sir/ma'am, but your credit card was rejected. It said you have exceeded (or: gone over) your credit limit. 8. You are a sales clerk. Ask me how I would like to pay for my purchase. Answer: How would you like to pay for your purchase? or How would you like to pay for that? 10. You are a customer and you are paying. Tell me you think there's a mistake in the receipt. The shoes should be fifty dollars, not a hundred. They are fifty percent off. Answer: Excuse me, but I think there's a mistake in the receipt. The shoes should be $50, not $100. They're 50% off.

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Person A. Take turns practicing with your partner.

Ask me if we accept American Express. Answer: Excuse me, do you accept American Express? Tell me to swipe my card through the slot. Answer: Swipe your card through the slot. Ask me which floor the men's formal wear is on. A: Excuse me, which floor is the men's formal wear on? You are a sales clerk. Ask me if I would like to pay with another (=a different) credit card. Answer: Would you like to pay with another credit card? 9. You are a sales clerk. Ask me if that will be cash or credit (=if I want to pay cash or with my credit card). Answer: Will that be cash or credit?

1. 3. 5. 7.

Person B. Take turns practicing with your partner.

2. Ask me if I can break* a hundred-dollar bill. *give you change for Answer: Excuse me, can you break a hundred-dollar bill? 4. Tell me you're sorry, but you cannot accept any returns without a receipt. Answer: I'm sorry, but we cannot accept any returns without a receipt. 6. You are a sales clerk. I'm a customer. I gave you my Visa to pay for a purchase. Tell me my credit card was rejected (=not accepted). It said I have exceeded /k si: dd/ my credit limit. (have spent too much, lmite de crdito, ) Answer: I'm sorry, sir/ma'am, but your credit card was rejected. It said you have exceeded (or: gone over) your credit limit. 8. You are a sales clerk. Ask me how I would like to pay for my purchase. Answer: How would you like to pay for your purchase? or How would you like to pay for that? 10. You are a customer and you are paying. Tell me you think there's a mistake in the receipt. The shoes should be fifty dollars, not a hundred. They are fifty percent off. Answer: Excuse me, but I think there's a mistake in the receipt. The shoes should be $50, not $100. They're 50% off.

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Person A. Take turns practicing with your partner. 1. Ask me if we accept American Express. Answer: Excuse me, do you accept American Express? 5. Ask me which floor the men's wear is on. Answer: Excuse me, which floor is the men's wear on?

7. You are a sales clerk. Ask me if I would like to pay with a different credit card. Answer: Would you like to pay with a different credit card? 9. You are a customer. Ask me if these shoes are on sale. Answer: Excuse me, are these shoes on sale? 11. You are a sales clerk. Ask me if that will be cash or credit (=if I want to pay cash or with my credit card). Answer: Will that be cash or credit?

Person B. Take turns practicing with your partner.

2. You are a sales clerk. Tell me you're sorry, but you cannot accept any returns without a receipt. Answer: I'm sorry, but we cannot accept any returns without a receipt. 4. You are a sales clerk. Ask me how I would like to pay for my purchase. Answer: How would you like to pay for your purchase? or How would you like to pay for that? 6. You are a sales clerk. Tell me you are sorry, but my credit card was rejected. (The credit card reader did not accept my credit card.) Answer: I'm sorry, but your credit card was rejected. /ri 'dk td/ 8. Ask me if I can break* a hundred-dollar bill. *give you change for Answer: Excuse me, can you break a hundred-dollar bill? 10. You are a customer. Tell me you think there's a mistake in the receipt. The shoes should be fifty dollars, not a hundred. Answer: Excuse me, but I think there's a mistake in the receipt. The shoes should be $50, not $100.

Person A. Take turns practicing with your partner. 1. Ask me if we accept American Express. Answer: Excuse me, do you accept American Express? 5. Ask me which floor the men's wear is on. Answer: Excuse me, which floor is the men's wear on?

7. You are a sales clerk. Ask me if I would like to pay with a different credit card. Answer: Would you like to pay with a different credit card? 9. You are a customer. Ask me if these shoes are on sale. Answer: Excuse me, are these shoes on sale? 11. You are a sales clerk. Ask me if that will be cash or credit (=if I want to pay cash or with my credit card). Answer: Will that be cash or credit?

Person B. Take turns practicing with your partner.

2. You are a sales clerk. Tell me you're sorry, but you cannot accept any returns without a receipt. Answer: I'm sorry, but we cannot accept any returns without a receipt. 4. You are a sales clerk. Ask me how I would like to pay for my purchase. Answer: How would you like to pay for your purchase? or How would you like to pay for that? 6. You are a sales clerk. Tell me you are sorry, but my credit card was rejected. (The credit card reader did not accept my credit card.) Answer: I'm sorry, but your credit card was rejected. /ri 'dk td/ 8. Ask me if I can break* a hundred-dollar bill. *give you change for Answer: Excuse me, can you break a hundred-dollar bill? 10. You are a customer. Tell me you think there's a mistake in the receipt. The shoes should be fifty dollars, not a hundred. Answer: Excuse me, but I think there's a mistake in the receipt. The shoes should be $50, not $100.
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