Shopping for new clothes and the latest fashions is often important to people because they want to look nice, and now, people can shop for clothes online from the comfort of their own homes. Dresses, shirts, coats, shoes. Buying almost anything is possible. Here are some verbs to get you started talking about clothing:
put on (a tie), take off (your sunglasses), get dressed, wear (a skirt), change into (a suit), button up (a shirt), kick off (your shoes), go formal/casual
- Isn't it time to get dressed and go to the party?
>>> Yeah. We can go as soon as I take off this tie and put on a more casual shirt.
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Now, talk to a partner about what you would wear in each of these situations and why:
Example: on a walk on a cold winter day
"I probably put on a warm sweater, coat, hat, and scarf to keep me warm because I don't want to freeze outside. I can always take them off if I warm up and don't need them."
- at a movie theater with friends from high school
- at a casual party with a woman (or man) on your first date
- hiking in the mountains for the entire day
- attending the funeral of a close relative
- visiting the home of one of your teachers
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