Everyday Expressions 1

Number 26 of 71 in B2 - UPPER-INTERMEDIATE

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Match the sentences below with these expressions:

  1. A day return please.
  2. I feel like a bite to eat.
  3. Any french dressing?
  4. Would you like to try it on?
  5. Is there a cashpoint ´round here?
  6. Leave a tip- They don´t charge service.
  7. That doesn´t suit / fit you.

You use the phrases 1-7 above when…
A. … you’re a bit hungry.
B. … you need to take some money from your bank account.
C. … you try some jeans on in front of your friend.
D. … you see something you like in a clothes shop.
E. … you want to buy a train ticket.
F. … you order a salad.
G. … you finish your meal at the restaurant.

 

WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ‘That doesn’t suit you.’ AND ‘That doesn’t fit you.’?
WHAT IS A ‘Day Return’ EXACTLY?
IN WHICH OF THESE SITUATIONS COULD YOU USE THE WORD ‘Peckish’?
 
Answers below!
 

 

 

Answers:

(1E / 2A / 3F / 4D / 5B / 6G / 7C)

 
That doesn’t suit you = It isn’t your style (No te queda bien)
That doesn’t fit you = It’s not your size (No es tu talla)

Peckish = When you start to feel hungry (2A)

 

 

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