1) Answer the following questions:

When do you usually go shopping?

Where do you go shopping?

What have you bought today in the way of food?

What have you recently bought in the way of manufactured goods?

Are the shops crowded when you do your shopping?

What do you usually buy in the market?

Which is the biggest Department Store in Kyiv (in your hometown)?

What kind of clothes do you prefer: ready-made or made-to- order?

What time is your nearest shop opened (closed)?

What size do you take in clothes?

What size dress do you wear? What about your mother and father?

What size shoes do you wear?

What colour of hats do you prefer?

What colour of gloves would you like to buy to match your new handbag?

You are run out of vegetables. Where will you go?

You want to try a coat on. Where will you do it?

What things do you wear in summer and in winter?

What can you buy in the Central Department Store? Describe your visit there.

Who does the shopping for food in your house?

What items of food do you buy every day (week)?

Основний курс

Learn the following proverbs and give their Ukrainian equivalents:

A penny saved is a penny gained.

All that glitters is not gold.

Cut your coat according to your cloth.

Debt is the worst kind of poverty.

Good health is above wealth.

Much will have more.

Neat as a new pin.

Penny-wise and pound-foolish.

Speech is silver but silence is gold.

To be born with a silver spoon in one´s mouth.

To come off cheap.

To fit like a glove.

To roll in money.