GE|Adults|Beginner|English Practice 2: How much is it?

Warm-up

1.1 Listen and repeat.

Pronunciation

1. fifty pence
2. fifty cents
3. twenty pounds
4. twenty dollars
5. twenty euros

1.2 Match the pictures and the currency.

Vocabulary

1.1 Look at the picture. Study the currency units.

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1.2 Match the words and prices. Then listen and repeat.


1. fifty-one euros twenty-three
2. four dollars and seventy-eight cents
3. eleven pounds nineteen
4. forty-eight euros thirty-two
5. seventy p
6. twenty-five cents
7. sixty-two cents

1.3 Fill in the gaps. Then listen and check.


1. $65 – sixty-five dollars
2. €12.50 – twelve euros fifty
3. £3.45 – three pounds forty-five
4. 35p – thirty-five pence
5. €24.80 – twenty-four euros eighty
6. $72.56 – seventy-two dollars fifty-six
7. $0.99 – ninety-nine cents

2.1 Write the prices. Listen and repeat.


Pronunciation

1. £43 – fourty-three pounds
2. £16 – sixteen pounds
3. €48 – forty-eight euros
4. 67p – sixty-seven pence
5. $2.85 – two dollars eighty-five
6. €6.34 – six euros thirty four
7. £5.60 – five pounds sixty
8. $18.74 – eighteen dollars seventy-four

Pronunciation

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1.1 Listen and repeat the words. Pay attention to the sounds.

Pronunciation

[uə] cruel, tourist, euro, Europe
[s] piece, city, cent, pence
[k] card, coffee, count, concert

1.2 Put ‘S’ or ‘K’. Is it sound ‘in bold’ [s] or [k]? Then listen and repeat.


Pronunciation

1. city
2. country
3. juice
4. nice
5. pence
6. cent
7. ice
8. price
9. camera
10. cloud

Listening and Speaking

1.1 Read the menu: food, drinks and prices. Then listen and check.

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Menu

Fast Food Menu

Sandwich — $2.50
Drinks — $1.50
Hotdog — $2.50
Chicken nuggets — $3.00
Coffee — $1.50
Mexican tacos — $1.50
Burger — $2.50
Pizza — $3.50
French fries — $2.00
Donuts — $1.50


1.2 Practise with your teacher. Ask the prices. Then change the roles.

Example:
A: How much is hotdog?
B: It’s $2.50.


2.1 Here is the list of useful phrases. Listen and repeat.

Useful phrases

Can I have a cheese sandwich, please?
Anything else?
And a Coke/ juice, please.
Ice and lemon?
No, thanks.
How much is it?
Here you are.
Here’s your change.
I’m fine, too.
Wait for me.
Sure!
That’s a great idea!


Can I have a cheese sandwich, please?
Anything else?
And a Coke/ juice, please.
Ice and lemon?
No, thanks.
How much is it?
Here you are.
Here’s your change.
I’m fine, too.
Wait for me.
Sure!
That’s a great idea!

2.2 Listen to the dialogue between Jane and a barman. Fill in the gaps.

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B — a barman, J — Jane

B: Who’s next?
J: Can I have French fries, please?
B: Yes, of course. Anything else?
J: And a burger, please.
B: Anything to drink?
J: Yes, coffee and ice, please.
B: There you go.
J: Thanks. How much is it?
B: Six dollars.
J: Here you are.
B: Thank you. Here’s your change.



2.3 Listen to the dialogue one more time. Then role-play with your teacher.

B — a barman, J — Jane

B: Who’s next?
J: Can I have French fries, please?
B: Yes, of course. Anything else?
J: And a burger, please.
B: Anything to drink?
J: Yes, coffee and ice, please.
B: There you go.
J: Thanks. How much is it?
B: Six dollars.
J: Here you are.
B: Thank you. Here’s your change.


3.1 Complete the dialogue between Adam and a barman with the sentences from the list. Then listen.


B — a barman, A — Adam

B: Who’s next?
A: Hi! Chicken nuggets and pizza, please.
B: Anything else?
A: No, thanks.
B: Anything to drink?
A: Yes, a Coke.
B: There you go. That’s $6.
A: Here you are.
B: Thanks. Here’s your change.
A: Thank you.

Reading

1.1 James and Amanda decided to go to a bar. Read and listen to the conversation between them and a barman. What did they order?

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B — a barman, A — Amanda, J — James

B: Who’s next?
A: Hi! Can I have pizza and Coke please?
B: Yes, of course. Anything else?
A: Two donuts, please.
B: Okay! Wait a minute! And you?
J: Can I have French fries and a sandwich.
B: Anything to drink?
J: Yes, coffee, please.
B: There you go.
J: Thanks. How much is it?
B: Your orders are $14.
J: Here you are
B: Thank you. Here’s your change.
J: Thank you.
A: Bye.
B: Bye bye.


B — a barman, A — Amanda, J — James

B: Who’s next?
A: Hi! Can I have pizza and Coke please?
B: Yes, of course. Anything else?
A: Two donuts, please.
B: Okay! Wait a minute! And you?
J: Can I have French fries and a sandwich.
B: Anything to drink?
J: Yes, coffee, please.
B: There you go.
J: Thanks. How much is it?
B: Your orders are $14.
J: Here you are
B: Thank you. Here’s your change.
J: Thank you.
A: Bye.
B: Bye bye.


1.2 Mark the true sentences. If the sentence is false, tell why it is false.

Homework / Домашнее задание

1.1 Look at the pictures and write the correct definitions. / Посмотри на изображения и напиши правильные значения.


1.2 Match the words and prices. Then listen and check.


1.3 Listen and write down the prices.

1. Donuts – two dollars
2. Pizza – eight dollars and forty-two cents
3. Coffee – three dollars and fifty cents
4. French fries – four dollars and thirty four cents
5. Sandwich – five dollars and twenty six cents


1.4 Match the parts of one phrase.


1.5 Complete the dialogue between Amanda and a barman with the sentences from the list. Then listen and check.


B: Who’s next?
A: Hi! Chicken nuggets and pizza, please.
B: Anything else?
A: No, thanks.
B: Anything to drink?
A: Yes, a Coke.
B: There you go. That’s $6.
A: Here you are.
B: Thanks. Here’s your change.
A: Thank you.

1.6 Click on the icon below and learn new words with Quizlet app. / Кликни по иконке ниже и учи новые слова в мобильном приложении Quizlet.


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