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Find out what Emma and other Londoners like to wear and learn some useful vocabulary to talk about clothes and fashion.

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Meet Londoners Stuart, Charlotte and Ed. We asked them to tell us about their clothes.

One of them said he (or she) is 'quite scruffy' - who do you think it is?

Listen out for the verbs our Londoners use. We'll take a closer look at them later.

Londoners talking about clothes

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Stuart

My name is Stuart. I am an accountant.

I'm wearing a dark blue suit with a white shirt and black shoes.

I normally wear a suit every day. At the weekends I wear different clothes. Normally shorts, t-shirt, hoodie.

Charlotte

Hi, my name's Charlotte. I work in branding.

Right now I'm wearing a grey jumper, some black jeans and some black trainers.

I am quite scruffy but normally I wear smarter clothes.

But at the weekend, I'm smart casual.

Ed

My name's Ed. I'm a graphic designer.

I'm wearing a red hoodie, some black jeans and some grey trainers.

For work, I wear casual clothes, occasionally smart clothes. It's alright if I wear scruffy clothes at work, as long as it's not every day.

Yeah - at weekends I wear jeans and a t-shirt as well.

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Answer the questions about Stuart, Charlotte and Ed.

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Who's scruffy - and who's smart?

Stuart, Charlotte and Ed talking about their clothes

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So Charlotte said she's 'quite scruffy' today. Well done if you got that right. How about you? What kind of clothes do you like to wear - smart, casual or smart casual? Maybe you like to dress scruffily 24/7...

Coming up next: it's time for 6 Minute Vocabulary. Finn and Alice talk about clothes and look at the difference between adjectives and adverbs.

Session Vocabulary

  • hoodie / hoody – casual clothing for the top part of your body, usually made of cotton, with a hood to cover your head

    jumper – warm clothing for the top part of your body, usually made of wool

    trainers – comfortable sports shoes

    smart casual – describes clothes that are a mix of smart and casual, for example, nice jeans and a shirt

    graphic designer – someone who designs pictures and text for things like websites, magazines and posters

    branding – giving a company a particular look, feel or design to help it sell its products or services