Beginning English -
Lesson 10 - Shopping
This page: Demonstratives (this/that/these/those), How to ask about prices in English
Pages in this lesson: Vocabulary - Grammar - Listening - Dialogue - Reading - Pronunciation - Dictation - Game
Watch the "The English Minute" video below to learn how to use the words this, that, these, and those in English. The English Minute (www.theenglishminute.com) is website designed for mobile phones that has short English lessons with videos.
This, that, these, and those are words to indicate if something is close or far away.
Change the sentences to plural.
This is a pencil.
Change these sentences to singular.
Those are teachers.
When we describe the price of an object we generally use the verb to be.
|How much is the _____?||How much are the _____?|
|It's ____ dollars.||They're ____ dollars.|
Write the question and the answer like the example.
book 10 dollars (singular)
notebooks 2 dollars (plural)
1. TV 250 dollars
2. computer 900 dollars
3. shoes 25 dollars
4. hat 15 dollars
5. socks 4 dollars
6. table 55 dollars
7. chairs 50 dollars
8. stereo 500 dollars
Describe what is in the room where you are at this moment using this, that, these, and those.
example This is a computer. That is a printer. Those are papers. etc.
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