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Shop Till You Drop Puzzle

Target audience: Teenagers, Adults

Level: Intermediate and above

Language Focus: Vocabulary, Reading

Practice Type: General Practice

Lesson Plan:

  1. Read the task of the puzzle
  2. Fill in the table
  3. Complete the answers
1. Read the task of the puzzle


Six friends went shopping last weekend.  Their names are Susan, Sam, Michael, Melissa, Alexandra, and Alan.  They each bought one item, including

  • jeans
  • shoes
  • a jacket
  • a video game
  • a toaster
  • an iPod

Read the clues below and try to decide which person bought each item.

CLUES

  • Neither Alexandra nor Alan bought anything to wear.
  • The person who bought the iPod does not have a name that starts with A.
  • Michael did not buy anything electronic.
  • Melissa did not buy a kitchen appliance.
  • The toaster was bought by someone whose name begins with A.
  • The person who bought a jacket has a name that starts with M.
  • Michael did not buy something to wear on his feet.
  • Sam did not buy a pair of jeans.
  • Susan did not buy an iPod.
  • The person who bought the shoes has a name that starts with S.
  • Melissa bought something to wear but not shoes or jeans.
  • Alexandra didn’t buy a toaster.
  • Susan did not buy jeans or a jacket.
  • The video game was not bought by a person whose name starts with M.
  • Alan did not buy the video game.


2. Fill in the table


Put  √ or X for each person depending on their purchase

Names
Jeans
Shoes
Jacket
Video game
Toaster
iPod
Alexandra
 
 
 
 
 
 
Alan
 
 
 
 
 
 
Melissa
 
 
 
 
 
 
Michael
 
 
 
 
 
 
Susan
 
 
 
 
 
 
Sam
 
 
 
 
 
 


3.Complete the answers


                NAME

PURCHASE














For more practise on Vocabulary for shopping go to

Vocabulary for Shopping

Resources: www.en.islcollective.com


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Alexandra-video game, Alan-toaster, Melissa-jacket, Michael-jeans, Susan-shoes, Sam-iPod
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