Speaking 2 – Lisa is at the mall.

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let’s imagine a simple shopping conversation between Lisa and the cashier:

Lisa: Hello! I want to buy some clothes.
Cashier: Hi there! Welcome. How can I help you today?.
Lisa: I need a new dress for a party. Do you have dresses?
Cashier: Yes, we do! Dresses are in that section over there.
Lisa: Thank you! I really like this one. How much is it?
Cashier: That dress is $30. Would you like to try?
Lisa: Yes, please. It fits perfectly! I take it.
Cashier: Great choice! Anything else?
Lisa: No, thanks.
Cashier: Alright. Your total is $30. Cash or card?
Lisa: I pay with my card, please
Cashier: Have a great day.

Now, repeat these sentences aloud to yourself!

I want
I want to buy
I want to buy some clothes.
She wants to buy some clothes.
They want to buy some clothes.
I need
I need a new dress
I need a new dress for a party
She needs a new dress for a party
Do you have?
Do you have dresses?
Does she have dresses?
I really like
I really like this one
She really likes this one
It fits perfectly!
Dresses are in that section
Great choice!
Your total is $30.
Cash or card?
I pay with my card.



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