b) stables (n): where horses are kept
stalls (n): large tables with goods for sale
second-hand (adj): used
at bargain prices (phr): wry cheap
food courts (n): an area with lots of takeaway food outlets
barges (n): canal boats
follow (v): to go somewhere using sth. to direct you e.g. path, map
map (n): a printed drawing of an area
get lost (phr): lose your way
delicacy (n): special food that is rare or expensive
fried insects (n): ants, files. beetles, etc. cooked in hot oil
delicious (adj): very tasty
pineapple juice (n): a drink made from a large oval fruit
2 You can find bargain prices at Camden.
3 You must follow a map at the Chatuchak Market.
4 You can eat fried insects at the Chatuchak Market.
5 It’s easy to get lost at the Chatuchak Market.
6 You can visit a food stall at the Chatuchak Market and drink pineapple juice.
You must follow a map when you walk around because the market has got 15.000 stalls and it’s easy to get lost!
You can find everything here: clothes, books, antiques, jewellery, shoes, flowers, pottery, pets, and many other things.
3 You can eat fried insects there.
4 You must throw empty cans in the bins.
5 You can has-e lunch there.
В Peter wants to buy a drink / pineapple juice.
C George wants to buy jewellery / a ring.
D Alfred wants to buy a piece of pottery / a pot.
b) I want to visit the Chatuchak Weekend Market. I think it is very interesting. I can find everything there because it has got 15.000 stalls. I can taste the fried insects and shop for souvenirs for my friends.