We studied the following vocabulary in order to understand the video you can find here.
modern (adjective) [mɒd(ə)n] about the present or recent past.
modern history (recent history 1800s – present)
traditional (adjective) trəˈdɪʃ(ə)n(ə)l the way of behaving that has continued from a long time ago. for example It is a long tradition for Japanese people to take their shoes off at the entrances of homes and businesses.
silk (noun)sɪlk a type of cloth that is smooth and soft. It is often expensive.
million (number) mɪljən 1,000,000 or 10⁶
market (noun) mɑː·kɪt a place you go to buy or sell things
mall (noun)mɔːl UK English A sheltered walk or promenade
mall (noun) mɔl US English An undercover shopping area
UK English: shopping centre.
plant (noun) plɑːnt a living organism that gets food from the ground and water as well as energy from the sun. Typical stationary. Eg tree
tailor (noun) ˈteɪ·lər someone who makes or repairs clothes
material (noun) mətɪə·ri·əl the things something is made out of. It is also used to talk about cloth or fabric.
Can I buy 1 metre of material?
fabric (noun) fæb·rɪk cloth
yard (noun) jɑːd 0.933 metres
peek (verb) piːk to look at something for a short time in secret
show off (verbal phrase) ʃəʊ ɒf to parade something of yours in front of others to gain admiration.
We watched the video here.
And answered the questions in Stretch 2 page 12