Clothing and Accessories
Look at the picture.
Think about the topic.
What kind of clothing do you like to wear?
What do your friends and family members usually wear?
Do you wear different clothes on different occasions?
In this lesson you will learn and practice vocabulary and phrases related to clothing. .
Listen and Pronounce
Say the following words out loud as you look at the pictures. Your tutor will listen and help you with pronunciation.
Read the text aloud to your tutor. Your tutor will listen and provide you with feedback.
Talk to your tutor. Use some of the vocabulary you learned above.
What types of clothing do you wear in the winter? In the summer? (Use present tense).
How is your clothing different from traditional clothing in your home country?
Where do you usually shop for clothes? Why do you buy your clothes there?
How do you decide which items of clothing you will buy?
What types of clothes go well together? Which do not?
Describe how to take good care of your clothing.
Talk with your tutor about this topic.
Use the expressions and vocabulary you learned.
Use the related resources below to learn more.
For More Practice
Here are some phrases to use when talking about clothing:
1. Practice the questions and answers with your tutor or partner.
|What is your brother wearing?||He’s wearing light brown pants and an orange t-shirt.|
|What kind of shoes does he have (on)?||Sneakers, and he’s wearing white socks.|
|Is Susan wearing a dress?||No. She’s wearing a blue skirt and a yellow blouse.|
|Anything else?||Yes. She’s wearing boots and carrying a purse.|
2. Describe what your partner is wearing now.
Ask your partner to help you choose your clothing for a special event.
3. Pretend you are shopping for clothing.
Role play the situation with your partner (a store clerk).