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IntroductionHow many words for clothes do you know in English? Make a list of clothes for women and another for men.
1. Watch the video to 3:20 and tick the clothes you hear that are on your lists, but don’t write any words you hear or see. Just listen.
2. Did you hear or see any words not on your lists? Add them to your lists then watch again to check.
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3. Listen from 0:57 and write the best option in brackets ‘()’ to complete the sentences.
1. Put a jacket with a (skirt) (skirt / shirt) and you get a suit.
2. Put it with trousers and again you (have) (get / have) a suit.
3. A woman also (wears) (wears / puts) a top.
4. A suit. That's a jacket and trousers (of) (of / have) the same material and the same colour.
5. A sweater . And when the (weather's) ( water's / weather's ) cold, a coat.
6. I'm wearing a jacket, trousers and (a top) (a top / the top).
7. What (are you) (have you / are you) wearing?
8. I'm wearing (formal) (four more / formal) morning dress. This is a black jacket and a black waist coat and striped trousers.
9. I'm wearing sandals and a (beige) (beige / big) silk dress and my favourite pair of earrings.10. I have white tracksuit trousers which are very (warm) (warm / hot) and a creamy tracksuit top which is also very warm but light so that it can move freely.
- 1. Put a jacket with a (skirt) (skirt / shirt) and you get a suit.
4. Now listen to the presenter at 3:21 and order the words to make the question she asks.
5. Listen to the people answer the question and decide if the sentences are true (T) or false (F).
Speaker 1: She always wears dancing clothes. (F)
Speaker 2: Sometimes the clothes she puts on are less formal than the ones she's wearing in the video. (T)Speaker 3: He never wears different clothes from these when he's working. (T)
- Speaker 1: She always wears dancing clothes. (F)