Презентация на тему What do you like to wear?

Fashion What do you like to wear?I like wearing comfortable clothes. I like baggy trousers and Patterns checkedfloweryplainArgyle spottystripedpinstripedChevronMoroccan| Damask Shape baggyscruffyshorttightlongloose High-heeledLong sleevedShort sleevedmatching Texture creasedfurryshinysmooth Materials wool furleather fur Velvet fleece cotton nylon Adjectives You Should Know stylish / fashionable = wearing clothing that is popular nowKaren is so stylish! She must trendy = what everyone else is wearing right now; a new, popular styleThe internet makes iconic = famous, memorable, representing a certain time and place Anna Nicole Smith will be USEFUL EXPRESSIONS Do you have money to spend on clothes? If you not, you can still enjoy When you find a piece of clothing you like in a store, it’s a good When you have decided to buy something, take all your items to the cash desk retail therapy(noun) = this occurs when you go shopping and buy yourself things in order to shop till you drop(verb expression) = to spend so much time and so much to shop around(phrasal verb) = before buying an expensive item (like household appliances or a Miss HindEnjoy it!

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Слайд 1 Fashion

Fashion

Слайд 2 What do you like to wear?
I like wearing comfortable clothes. I like baggy

What do you like to wear?I like wearing comfortable clothes.
 I like baggy trousers and
trousers and loose tops. I like to look different from other people. It’s important to me to look fashionable.

Слайд 3 Patterns

Patterns

Слайд 4 checked
flowery
plain
Argyle

checkedfloweryplainArgyle

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spotty
striped
pinstriped
Chevron
Moroccan| Damask

spottystripedpinstripedChevronMoroccan| Damask

Слайд 6 Shape

Shape

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baggy
scruffy
short
tight
long
loose

baggyscruffyshorttightlongloose

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High-heeled
Long sleeved
Short sleeved
matching

High-heeledLong sleevedShort sleevedmatching

Слайд 9 Texture

Texture

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creased
furry
shiny
smooth

creasedfurryshinysmooth

Слайд 11 Materials

Materials

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fur
leather

furleather

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Velvet

Velvet

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fleece

fleece

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cotton

cotton

Слайд 19 Adjectives You Should Know

Adjectives You Should Know

Слайд 20 stylish / fashionable = wearing clothing that is popular now
Karen is so stylish!

stylish / fashionable
 = wearing clothing that is popular nowKaren is so stylish! She must
She must read all the fashion magazines to keep up with the latest trends.
  chic = the same as ‘fashionable’ or ‘stylish,’ but it sounds better because it’s a French word!
Have you seen Jenny’s chic new coat?
  latest = newest, most recent
Do you have the latest edition of Vogue yet?
  in = popular, fashionable; short for ‘in style’
Blue is the in colour right now.
Crocodile bags are very in this season.
  hot = wanted, everybody has to have it The new Prada boots are so hot all the stores are sold out and there is a waiting list for them!


Слайд 21 trendy = what everyone else is wearing right now; a new, popular style
The

trendy
 = what everyone else is wearing right now; a new, popular styleThe internet makes
internet makes it so easy to find trendy clothes! I really like to see what celebrities are wearing.
  must-have = something you absolutely must have!
The new Prada handbag is this season’s must-have accessory!
  essential = necessary, important, you must have it
Elle magazine has a great section on fall’s essential boots and bags.
  vintage = old, but high quality and valuable; the item of clothing may have been worn before by someone else.
Ellen was shopping at a thrift store last week and she found an amazing vintage Chanel jacket.



Слайд 22 iconic = famous, memorable, representing a certain time and place
Anna Nicole Smith

iconic
 = famous, memorable, representing a certain time and place Anna Nicole Smith will be
will be remembered for her iconic Guess ad campaign in the early 1990s.
  timeless = something that is still beautiful no matter how much time passes, no matter what the current trends or styles are
Grace Kelly wore a beautiful, timeless gown on her wedding day. On the other hand, Princess Diana’s wedding dress is NOT timeless. When you see a picture of the dress, you know right away she was married in the 1980s!
  classic = traditional, always fashionable/stylish, popular for a long time
Ralph Lauren has put his unique touch on the classic little black dress.
fave = informal, slang, short for ‘favourite’
Stella McCartney is my fave fashion designer.


Слайд 24 USEFUL EXPRESSIONS

USEFUL EXPRESSIONS

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Do you have money to spend on clothes? If you not, you

Do you have money to spend on clothes? If you not, you can still enjoy
can still enjoy window-shopping. It’s free! When you window-shop, you just look at all the things for sale in a store without intending to buy anything.
If you do have money to spend on clothes, do you prefer to wait for a sale or do you shop when you need something? If something is for sale, you can buy it for money. If something is on sale, the price has been reduced from the original price.


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When you find a piece of clothing you like in a store,

When you find a piece of clothing you like in a store, it’s a good
it’s a good idea to try it on first before you buy it. You want to make sure that it fits. If you want to try something on, find a sales associate and ask: Can I try this on? or May I try this on? The sales associate will show you to the change rooms (also called ‘fitting rooms’ or ‘changing rooms’). While you are trying the clothes on, the sales associate sometimes asks: Does it fit? Would you like to try it in another size?

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When you have decided to buy something, take all your items to

When you have decided to buy something, take all your items to the cash desk
the cash desk (or cashier) to pay for them. In Canada you have three options: you can pay by debit card (your bank card), use your credit card or pay cash. Most places accept a cheque, but almost nobody uses cheques to pay for things in a store anymore.
The cashier will put your new clothes in a paper or plastic bag, and then you get to take your new clothes home!


Слайд 28 retail therapy
(noun) = this occurs when you go shopping and buy yourself

retail therapy(noun) = this occurs when you go shopping and buy yourself things in order
things in order to make yourself feel better (when you are sad or unhappy)!
I’m really upset about breaking up with my boyfriend. I need some retail therapy!
 
a shopping spree
(noun) = you spend a lot of money and do a lot of shopping in a short amount of time.
She went on a shopping spree this afternoon! It looks like she bought everything in the store.


Слайд 29 to shop till you drop
(verb expression) = to spend so much time

to shop till you drop(verb expression) = to spend so much time and so much
and so much money shopping that you are physically and financially tired, you are ready to drop from exhaustion! You are so tired that you can’t shop anymore! A lot of stores are putting out their fall clothes now. Are you ready to shop till you drop?


Слайд 30 to shop around
(phrasal verb) = before buying an expensive item (like household

to shop around(phrasal verb) = before buying an expensive item (like household appliances or a
appliances or a car), you should compare the price and quality of the item in different stores.
We shopped around before buying the kitchen table, and we found that Sears had the best deal.
 
to shoplift
(verb) = to steal something from a store (to take something without paying for it).
My son was caught shoplifting. He stole a $100 jacket from The Gap.


Слайд 31 Miss Hind
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