Does it FIT/SUIT me?


You’re at Zara, Bershka or some other high street boutique trying on a new pair of jeans or blouse. There are usually 2 things you need to know before deciding whether to buy it or not.

First, of course, is the size. Too big, too small or just right? In other words, does it FIT you?

Next is whether it looks good on you, such as the colour and style (both important factors). What you want to know is whether the garment SUITS you.

I know, there is a third factor, which is the price. That’s something you must discuss with your credit card though!

Use the language

Here’s a fun activity. Take your partner out shopping and ask for his/her opinion on whether the clothes you are trying fit or suit you. Really, ask these questions in English. Remember folks, what you don’t use, you lose.

3 comments

  1. Sandra · · Reply

    Oh, thanks! =)

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  2. 🙂
    And then darling, this jeans it fit on my legs? I think it fit well on my buttocks.
    and / or…
    I liked this dress, it fit well me. Do you remember that yellow scarf that you think suits me? So, this dress suits him?

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    1. OK, you have understood the difference. Now don’t forget the ‘s’ for he/she/it in the present simple (it fits).

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