Presentation on theme: "Shopping David Hocek. General knowledge Shopping is an activity that is important for our lives. Most people have to spend part of their day doing shopping."— Presentation transcript:
General knowledge Shopping is an activity that is important for our lives. Most people have to spend part of their day doing shopping for food or other essential items. We have many different types of shops. We can go to: A Mall A big department store A smaller local shops An outdoor market
A Mall The most favourite is a Mall. It has different sections where we can buy various goods – clothes for women, men and children, shoes, electronics, books, furniture, perfume, cosmetics and of course food. Families do a larger shopping once a week.
A Department store Very favourite are Department stores. We can buy everything from food: meat, cheese, eggs, milk, butter, bread, sugar, flour, tea, coffee, fruits, vegetables, something from chemist and sometimes clothes. Crowded Tactics (No watch, common goods to the line of sight.)
A smaller local shops Popular by old people on the vilages or places where arent supermarkets. They often have a friends there, know each other in that shop, discuss about daily problems. As you can see at the picture, owners of those shops often live above in same building. Its their life. Expensive General goods
An outdoor market An outdoor markets are strategically set into the places over lots of people usualy walk for example from their jobs. Its place of huge sortiment of goods: fruit, vegetable, also clothes, even some markets specially near sea (Portugal, Spain,…) have a fish sortiment. Crowded Chinese guys
Kinds of shops At a bakery - we can buy bread, rolls, cookies and cakes. At butchers - we can buy meat and sausages. At a clothing store - we can buy clothes for men, women, or children. At an electronics store - we can buy TV sets and other electrical appliances. At florists - we can buy flowers and plants. At a garden shop - we can buy grass seed, fertilizers, and garden supplies. At a greengrocer - we can buy vegetables and fruits. At a hardware store - we can buy tools, nails, and other building supplies. At a shoe store - we can buy shoes and shoe polish. At a sweets shop - we can buy cakes, candies, and ice cream. At a toy store - we can buy dolls, games, balls and other toys.