In this video Gemma goes to the shop. What's she going to buy? 

Do the preparation exercise first. Then watch the video and follow the instructions to practise your speaking.

Check your understanding 1

Exercise

Task 1

Check your understanding 2

Exercise

Task 2

Check your understanding 3

Exercise

Discussion

Language level

Beginner: A1

Comments

How much are these...Can I have these..

no, it's fine thanks
have you got cold ones ?
here you are.
how much is this magazine ?
can i have the magazine?

can i have......?

Got 100 percent on all tasks

have you got cold ones ? and There's 1,60 change .

Hi! Sorry, I'm noob. What is the difference between "that's" and "It's"? May I say "it's one ninety nine" instead "that's one ninety nine" and "Is it everything?" instead "Is that everything?"
And...What is the difference between "cold ones" and just "cold"?)))

Hi Olck,

In a context like this one, 'that' is often used to refer to an entire purchase (which can include more than one thing -- for example, here it's the magazine, water and sweets). If you are just referring to one thing, for example, the magazine, you could say 'it's 1.99' and it is grammatically correct, but saying 'that' is more common. 

Saying just 'Have you got cold?' is not correct in English -- you cannot use just any adjective as a noun. This is why we add the pronoun 'ones' after 'cold'. 

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Have you got cold ones

have you got cold ones ?

Is that every thing? mainly to know if he/she wants to continue shopping or not.
Here you are - to give to some one hand to hand

Pages