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Today at the lesson Different kinds of shops.The interview “Shopping in Britain’’.Own dialogues about modern shopping centres.Adverbs hard/hardly, late/lately, high/highly etc.Discussing the topic “What money means for people”. Different kinds of shops Sweet shopClothes shopStationer’s Greengrocer’sButcher’sDairy shop Florist’sBaker’sGrocer’sFishmonger’sConfectioner’s “Shopping in Britain’’ a) What are the most famous shops in London?b) What does “to withdraw from the High Street’’ mean?c) What are the largest supermarkets in London?d) What other department stores exist in London and other parts of the country?e) Where do English people usually buy food nowadays?f) What has happened to C&A which used to be one of the main department stores in London?g) And what has happened to traditional English shops: baker’s, butcher’s, greengrocer’s…? Adverbs hard late high near most right wrong wide hardly lately highly nearly mostly rightly wrongly widely Choose the right word to complete the sentences. 1. Selfridges is (wide/widely) known in London.2. People can buy different clothes in this shop (most/mostly) clothes for women.3. Betty lives (near/nearly) the shopping centre.4. The job of a shop assistant is (high/highly) paid in this place.5. Have you been to “Tesco’’ (late/lately)?6. Unfortunately I’ve spent (near/nearly) all my pocket money.7. (Most/mostly) of my friends prefer choosing presents for their relatives in modern shopping centres.8. I (hard/hardly) know where to go to buy a new fancy dress for the party.