Going Shopping in English -Conversation Lesson

Going Shopping – English Conversation Lesson

Good day! This time we are going to discuss lesson about the activities and conversation in English that are spoken during going on shopping. The “going shopping” lesson includes the practice of conversation and words or phrases used.

To start, here is an introduction lesson about “Going shopping”. I started reading the vocabulary words and have the students listen and speak. I hope this lesson will also help your kids who are just beginning to learn the English language for this was backed up with practice speaking activity.

What do we mean by Going Shopping in English?

Shopping is important to us because it allows us to escape whatever tension we are carrying, or it might simply be for pleasure that makes ourselves comfortable. It’s the most effective technique of prioritizing ourselves and the most effective technique of cheering ourselves up.

Here are the common words in conversation that are spoken during “Going Shopping”.

  • Altogether
  • Basket
  • Bean
  • Bottle
  • Bubble
  • Cashier
  • Cheese
  • Chips
  • Chop
  • Counter
  • Curry
  • Dairy
  • Expensive
  • Favorite
  • Fruit
  • Kind
  • Loaf
  • Meal
  • Merchant
  • Noodles
  • Park
  • Pour
  • Prepare
  • Restaurant
  • Share
  • Shop assistant
  • Shopping cart
  • Vegetables
  • Trolley

Here are some examples of what we can see when we go shopping:

Going Shopping in English
Going Shopping in English

Practice these Going Shopping conversation examples and complete them with your own ideas.

  • How much does it cost?
  • It costs______ baht.
  • Do you have any______?
  • Yes, there is / are some over there.
  • No, I don’t have any______.
  • How many pairs of shoes do you want?
  • Only one, please.
  • What is your shoe size?
  • 35 please.

Downloadable “Going Shopping” English Lesson Materials

Download here the PPT presentation of the Lesson: Match the Following Sentences in Column A with Column B. This will serve as your basis to teach your students. You may also have the word Document or copy of this lesson.

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