Presentation on theme: "A New Dress. Word bank 1. closet "Don't leave your coat on the chair. Put it in the closet." A closet is a small room where we keep clothes. 2. dear "Let's."— Presentation transcript:
A New Dress
Word bank 1. closet "Don't leave your coat on the chair. Put it in the closet." A closet is a small room where we keep clothes. 2. dear "Let's eat out tonight, dear." Sometimes we use words like dear and honey when talking to someone we love.
3. full (of) "The cabinet in the back of the classroom is full of books." Full (of) means having many. 4. in style "Long dresses are in style this year." Clothing that is popular now is in style.
PREVIEW QUESTIONS Discuss these questions before reading the dialog. 1. Do you like to shop for and buy new clothes? 2. How important is it to dress in style? Explain your answer.
Allison buys a new dress. Her husband, Adam, has to let her in when she gets home. She doesn't have her key. Adam: Who is it? Allison: It's me, dear. Adam: Don't you have your key? Allison: No, let me in! Adam: What did you get? What's in that box? Allison: A new dress. I hope you like it. Adam: But you have a closet full of dresses. Allison: I know, but I need a new one. Adam: Why? What's wrong with all your other dresses? Allison: They're not in style.
COMPREHENSION Answer these questions about the dialog. Use your own ideas to answer the question with an asterisk. 1. Why can't Allison get in? 2. Who lets her in? 3. What does she have in the box?
4. Is Adam happy about the new dress? 5. What does he say about Allison's closet? 6. What's the problem with her other dresses? *7. Why do the people who make dresses change styles so often?
SHARING INFORMATION Discuss these questions in pairs or small groups. 1. Does a person have to buy new clothes every year to stay in style? Explain your answer. 2. Do styles change more often for woman or for men? Why? 3. Do you keep clothes that you're not using now and will probably not use again? Explain your answer.
Complete the sentences with these words. dear let full wrong 1. _______ Bonnie look at the pictures. 2. I'll be there in a few minutes, _______. 3. What's _______ with the elevator? Why isn't it running? 4. The restaurant is ______. We'll have to wait for a table. SENTENCE COMPLETION
closets get one in style 5. Austin is going to _______ a new suit. 6. Are short skirts _______? 7. The bedroom has two _______. 8. Are you going to wear your blue jacket or your brown_______?
WORD ORDER 1. have/you/key/don't/your? ______________________________________ 2. closet/have/dresses/you/full of/a ______________________________________ 3. but/a/I/new/know/need/one/I ______________________________________ 4.dresses/wrong/all/with/other? ______________________________________ 5. not/style/they're/in ______________________________________