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2A © Educational Publishing House Ltd How much …? Unit 4 Shopping at the supermarket
2A Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd How much …? We use How much …? to ask about prices.
2A Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd It’s forty dollars. How much is a box of chocolates? Example 1 $40
2A Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd How much is a bottle of oil? $29 It’s twenty-nine dollars. Example 2
Children, now it’s your turn. 2A Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd
2A Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd It’s. is a bag of potato chips? $22 Question 1 How much twenty-two dollars
2A Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd It’s. Question 2 How much is a can of cola? eleven dollars $11 cola
2A Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd Question 3 How much is a carton of juice? It’s thirty dollars. $30
2A Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd How much is a packet of biscuits? It’s twenty-four dollars. $24 biscuits Question 4
The End © Educational Publishing House Ltd
-ing nouns Unit 1 New friends.
4A Would like Unit 4 At the food court © Educational Publishing House Ltd.
3A © Educational Publishing House Ltd How …? Unit 6 Lovely animals.
1B © Educational Publishing House Ltd Behind, In front of & Near Unit 4 A petting farm.
Lunch is nearly finished in the snack bar. What food and drink is left? Make sentences. There is some ice cream. There are some onions. There is a sandwich.
At the Supermarket Michael and Sue are buying food and drinks for their picnic at a supermarket. Help them put the things into the trolley. Listen and.
Do you like to go shopping Задание 1. Brainstorming Name foods that are sold in different kinds of shops.
Week 13 Present one slide at a time for up to 10 seconds, asking the learners to read out. When you get to the last word, start again but leave the word.
Containers made by Gönczi Zsófia. Are these words countable or uncountable? There is some…
P.4 English Quantity Prices A carton of apple juice.
Addressing the Communication Needs of Deaf children in the Mathematics classroom (CN1) Copyright 1998 T. Nunes.
Name __________________ ID ______ Today’s date _______________________ School ___________________________ Class ____________________________ Birthday.
Noun phrases Primary 4.
Shopping for Food EnglishP.4 Author List b Information Collecting b Content Writing b Graphic Designing b Presentation b Tina and Cynthia.
Do You Know What Goes Where?. an empty juice can? PAPERGLASS/CANS/TRASHORGANIC PLASTIC.
Project Cheboksary school №62 form 5a Demidova Nastya.
Primary Longman Express
3A © Educational Publishing House Ltd Where can we buy …? Unit 2 At the shopping mall.
Choose the correct option There is___ cheese. 1)Some 2) any There aren’t___ apples. 1)Some 2)any There is___ lemonade. 1)Some 2)any There is ___ bread.
Total Item Price: $ Dollars. Website: Price: $60.00.
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