VOCABULARY FOR CLOTHES
VERBS for Clothes:
- to take a (small/medium/large) size
- to try on something in a shop
- to put on your clothes / to get dressed
- to take off your clothes / to get undressed
ADJECTIVES TO DESCRIBE CLOTHES
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DIALOGUE IN A SHOP
Customer: Good morning, I’m looking for a new dress.
Sales Assistant: What kind of style are you looking for? Do you want something casual or something smart?
Customer: Something smart, please. My friend is getting married.
Sales Assistant: I think this dress is perfect for you. What size do you take?
Customer: I take medium.
Sales Assistant: Here, you are. Why don’t you try it on and see if it fits?
Customer: Thank you.
Customer: It fits perfectly. I’ll take it!