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Didactic unit

TOPIC: clothing

  1. clothes and climate
  2. clothes for special occasions
  3. clothes and traditions
  4. clothes and work
  5. clothes and sports
  6. clothes and shopping

LEVEL: intermediate

Social and Cultural Information:

Information about the role of clothing in Europe:

Types of clothing, sizes, colours, styles, fabrics and uses.

Description of traditional costumes e.g. Lederhosen and Dirndl or wooden clogs etc

Different types of fabrics\materials e.g. leather, synthetics, wool, cotton, silk, cashmere…

Objectives

General Objectives

bulletTo increase vocabulary related to clothing in different contexts
bulletTo practise different grammatical structures
bulletTo improve speaking skills
bulletTo enhance the awareness of intercultural similarities and differences
bulletTo raise interest in each others customs and traditions
bulletTo improve the reading skills

 

Specific objectives

 

bulletTo enable the students to name different types of clothing, shoes, accessories and fabrics
bulletTo be able to describe how to care for clothing: washing, dry-cleaning, repairing, ironing
bulletTo describe clothing of different professions and trades, clothing for special occasions, clothing for sports, traditional clothing, clothing for different climates
bulletTo be able to shop for clothing
bulletTo be able to write descriptions
bulletTo practise numbers and money

 

Didactic material

bulletPictures, postcards, playing cards
bulletMaps, flags, pins
bulletItems of clothing (different materials)
bulletGames
bulletVocabulary lists/cards
bulletInternet information
bulletMagazines, newspapers, books, …..
bulletGrammar rules sheets

 

Method:

bulletsee units below

Evaluation:

bulletcheck the students´ progress regularly
bulletcheck if the students are able to repeat information and to apply linguistic structures used during the lesson
bullettest the grammatical knowledge
bulletcontrol the involvement of each student (e.g. by doing exercises…)
bulletalso see further evaluation after each exercice

 

Further information:

Internet sites

Books about clothing, traditional styles, handicraft books,

Pictures and more : see

www.boco.de, www.aah.de, www.costumesworld.com,

www.hf-uniform.de, www.adjudant.com,

www.midalp.com, www.troupesdemarine.org,

www.infirmiers.com, www.surnois-schirme.de,

www.lamsa-arabia.com, www.my-qipao.com,

www.mysuitsshop.com, www.hintsandthings.co.uk,

www.cyrillus.fr, www.shopping.kelkoo.fr,

www.floradane1.free.fr, www.membres.lycos.fr,

www.trachtenonlineshop.de, www.ockotest.de,

www.archivist.f2s.com, www.wooland-junior.kent.sh.uk,

www.otto.de, www.neckermann.de,

www.quelle.de, www.bader.de, ………….

Expected results:

See "Objectives"

 

a.Climate and clothing

Exercises

Time

Preparation

Suggestions for student activities

Step 1: 10´

bulletWarm up: a map of Europe or of the world (see:"Clothes and traditions")
bulletVocabulary lists: one to speak/write about the weather, the other one to speak/write about the clothes in different climates
bulletShow on the map where you come from and describe the climate there.
bulletDo you wear mostly summer clothes or do you need winter clothes as well?
bulletWhat is "in" in your country ?
bulletWhat colours of clothes are related to the climate ?

Step 2 : 10´

bulletPictures of different clothes (suits, dresses, shirts, shoes, gloves, scarf, boots, T-shirts, bikini, fur coats, overcoats, raincoats,…)
bulletWhere in Europe do you wear these clothes ?
bulletAt what time of the year?
bulletAre there clothes that you never need in your country (e.g. a fur coat in Casablanca)

Step 3: 20´

 

 

bulletExplanation sheets with terms for speaking about the weather.
bulletDifferent weather maps from newspapers or internet for the students.

 

bulletIf necessary grammar rules (present, past, future)
bulletEach student gets a weather map of a European country
bulletHe/she should make a list of vocabulary used when speaking about the weather
bulletCompare the lists in small groups and complete them
bulletCompare all the lists with the teacher´s list.
bulletWhat is the weather like today? What do you usually wear in such weather?
bulletWhat was the weather like yesterday? What did you wear?
bulletWhat will the weather be like tomorrow? What will you wear?

Step 4: 10´

bulletSee Appendix 1
bulletGrammar: adjectives rules
bulletFill in the right words

Example for Step 3 (Appendix 1)

Material

Season

Find adjectives

Describe the weather

Wool

     

Silk

     

Cotton

     

Tweed

     

And so on …

Solution (e.g.)

Material

Season

Find adjectives

Describe the weather

Wool

Winter

Warm, natural

Cold, wet, frosty

Silk

Summer

Cool, elegant

Hot, humid, dry, warm

Cotton

All the year

Natural, adaptable

 

Tweed

Winter

Warm, waterproof,

See above

And so on …

 

Student´s evalutation

CONTENTS

+

+/-

-

To be able to make the relation between clothing and climate: where it is worn , when it is worn

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
     

To be able to describe what kind of clothes are worn in different parts of Europe

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
     

To be able to speak about the weather and climate of different European countries

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
     

To be able to speak about the present

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
     

To be able to speak about the past

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
     

To be able to speak about the future

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
     

To be able to use adjectives for description of weather and clothes

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pictures – examples

 

b. Clothes for special occasions

Time

Preparation

Suggestions for student activities

Warm up: 5

bulletTeacher introduces the topic          (e.g. What special occasions do you celebrate in your country?   If so, what do you wear? Do the clothes differ from everyday clothes?)

 

bulletA small ball
bulleta student speaks about a special occasion and the clothes of her/his country and throws the ball to another student
bulletthis one speaks about another occasion
bulletand so on

 

Step 1: 15´

bulletList of special occasions    (e.g. Weddings, parties, funerals, religious ceremonies, opera and theatre, school…)
 
bulletPictures
bulletPair work : each student comments on the picture that she/he has got and explains the differences and similarities in her/his country

Step 2: 15´

 

 

bulletPictures of school clothes
bulletComparing exercise: school clothes in the guest country and in the students´ own country

Examples of possible questions:

Exercises

1a. What do you wear to a birthday party?

1b. What do you wear to a birthday party during the day and in the evening?

2. Do you celebrate Christmas? If so, what do you wear?

3a. What do you wear to:

bulleta party
bulleta cocktail party
bulleta wedding
bulleta Christening
bulleta Communion
bulleta funeral
bulleta religious ceremony
bulletthe opera
bulletat school
bulletto go to church
bulletfor a family reunion
bullet

3b. Can you think of any other special occasions? What do you wear?

3c. On what special occasions do you wear a hat in your country?

Weddings

4a. Look at the photo of the wedding. Describe what the bride and groom are wearing.

4b. What do the bride and groom wear in your country?

4c. What do the others in the bridal party wear , e.g. the bridesmaids, the best man, the parents

of the bridal couple , and the guests? Describe these clothes.

4d. Ask if someone in your class has been to a wedding recently. What did they wear?

5a. What footwear do you wear on special occasions?

Funerals

6a. What do you wear to a funeral in your country?

6b. Do you wear black clothes to a funeral in your country?

6c. Do you have to wear special clothes i.e. black clothes for a certain length of time after a

funeral in your country?

Opera or theatre

7a What do you wear to the opera, theatre or a concert ?

7b.Ask your partner what he/she wears.

Religious Ceremonies

8a. Do you have special clothes for religious ceremonies? Describe what a man, women or

child would wear to church, or the mosque or the synagogue.

8b. Do you have to wear a hat or scarf or something else on your head?

National Costume

9a. Does your country have a national costume? Describe it.

9b. Does your country have regional costumes ? If so, can you describe one of them.

9c. When do you wear your national costume? Do you wear it to special events or in parades?

9d. Describe the colours in your national costume.

School Clothes

10a. Do you wear school uniforms in your country? If so can you describe them?

10b. What do the girls wear to school? What do the boys wear to school?

10c. What shoes do the children wear?

10d. What did you wear to school?

10e. Ask your partner what he/she wore to school

10f. Ask your teacher to describe what he/she wore to school.

 

Student´s evalutation

CONTENTS

+

+/-

-

To be able to give a list of special occasions and to describe them

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
     

To be able to speak about the different types of clothing which are worn for special occasions

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
     

To be able to speak about the differences and similarities about clothing for special occasions in different European countries

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
     

To be able to speak about the cultural impact of some special festivals (wedding, …)and the wearing of special clothes in the home society

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
     

To be able to compare the clothes for special occasions worn in the home country and in the guest country

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
     

To be able to describe uniforms and to give an personal opinion about their use

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
     

To be able to use adjectives and adverbs for the description of clothes for special occasions

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pictures – examples

 

c. Clothes and traditions

Time

Preparation

Suggestions for student activities

Warm up: 5´

bulletMap, flags, pins, pictures
bulletTeacher presents slide of a costume (e.g. from Munich beer festival), points at the respective region on the map and gives a short explanation about a specific piece of clothing (e.g. "This is a typical costume from ...; people wear it at ....; it is called a "Dirndl"")
bulleta student marks the respective region on the map with a pin/flag, independently or guided by the teacher, according to level of previous knowledge

Step 1: 8´

bulletMaps, pins, flags
bulletTeacher encourages students to present the items they brought to the class, assists if necessary
bulletevery student presents the items they brought to the class, according to the teacher’s example; the origin of each item is marked (by another student) on the map.

Step 2: 15´

 

 

bulletTeacher asks the students about their favourite items and encourages them to repeat the information
bulletevery student chooses her/his favourite item and repeats the respective information (using the specific terms, pointing at the map)

 

Intercultural tasks

 

Time

Preparation

Suggestions for student activities

Step 1: 25´

bullet3 kind of cards:
a) name of a costume item
b) the respective country
c) the respective occasion or time of the year
bulletPictures of the costume items
bulletTeacher explains: "Each of you will be given a card with either the name of a costume item, a country, or an occasion/time of the year.
Each of you has to find her/his two counterparts."
bulletGives an example: Dirndl - Oktoberfest (Beer festival) – Germany.
bulletOnce you have found your partners, pin the cards to the correct place on the map. Then one of your group presents the item.
bulletPins the pictures of items on the wall.
bulletEach student takes a card
bulletFree conversation and walking around, looking for counterparts.

 

 

 

 

bulletPinning the cards to the right place on map

 

bulletEach group presents its item: "This is a Sari (pointing to the picture), women in India and Bangladesh (pointing to the place on the map) wear it all year round"

 

Student´s evalutation

CONTENTS

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+/-

-

To be able to situate the countries belonging to the European Union

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
     

To be able to situate traditional costumes in Europe

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
     

To be able to make the relation between traditional clothing and country: where it is worn , when it is worn

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
     

To be able to explain at which occasions traditional clothing is worn in the home country

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
     

To be able to compare make the relation between traditional clothing and the events for wearing it in the home country and in the guest country

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
     

To be able to give information about traditions in the home country

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
     

To be able to speak about the time of the year when traditional costumes are being worn

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Annex A:

Pictures of typical clothing from different countries/regions

 

Facultative exercise:

1.) cards:

Costume item

Country(ies)

Occasion/Time of the year

Dirndl

Women in Alpine region (Germany, Austria, Northern Italy)

All year round, October Beer festival in Munich

Basque Beret

Women and Men in Basque region (Northern Spain)

All year round

Hiyab

Women in Pakistan, Northern African countries

All year round

Bolero

Men in Spain

Festive occasions (e.g. Easter, pilgrimage)

Sari

Women in India and Bangladesh

All year round

Kilt

Men in Scotland

Festive occasions

Poncho

Mostly men in Andean countries (e.g. Peru, Bolivia, Chile)

All year round

 

2.) Pictures:

 

               

        

 

d. Clothes and work

Work clothes, uniforms

 

Time

Preparation

Suggestions for student activities

Step 1: 1´- 5´

bulletPictures cards or sheets
bulletgive the name of each profession
bulletexplain where the person works and what the job consists of

Step 2 : 15´

bulletThe same cards or

sheets

bulletSheet with comparison rules
bulletlist the jobs taking into consideration the social position and the salary
bullet(e.g.: a policeman has got a
bulletbetter job than a mechanic,
bullethe earns more money but he
bullethasn´t got as much free time
bulletas a mechanic)
bulletIn which school does one learn these different jobs?

Step 3: 15´

bulletCards with job names
bulletor an alphabetical job list
bulletDescribe the clothes that people wear while doing their jobs
bulletWhat are they made of?
bulletWhy do they have to wear special work clothes?
bulletIn which other jobs do people usually wear special clothes?
bulletDo you have to wear any special clothes/uniform for your job?

Step 4: 15´

bulletNone – conversation part
bulletThink of a job (it should not be your real one)
bulletThe classmates are going to ask you questions to find out what your job is
bulletOnly "yes" and "no" answers are allowed
bulletWhen your job has been guessed, speak about it for a few minutes

(e.g.: Job: doctor.

I´m a doctor. I studied at the University of Amsterdam. I worked for a hospital but I didn´t really like it. I went to India for a health organisation where I worked very hard but I felt useful and it was important to me….)

Step 5: 5´

bulletNone – conversation part
bulletAsk your students to think about the following questions:
bulletWhy are work clothes useful?
bulletWhen are they absolutely essential?
bulletAre work clothes related to social position? (e.g. differences between a doctor and a petrol station attendant…)
bulletIn which way are work clothes helpful in foreign countries? (e.g. to identify a policeman, a nurse, …)
bulletTell your classmates if work clothes are the same in your country

 

Read the information and find out where the painter lives !

  1. The baker lives on the left side of a lady and he doesn´t like yellow.
  2. The lady who lives in Europe Street Nr. 1 hasn´t got fixed working hours but her neighbour works shifts.
  3. The captain wears a blue uniform and likes this colour very much.
  4. The person who wears a white dress at work, lives next to the man whose favourite colour is green and who wears a white shirt and trousers to work.
  5. The man who wears a red uniform, lives next to the person who works from 3 am till 12 am.
  6. The nurse doesn´t work full time and lives next to the baker.
  7. Yellow is the favourite colour of the person who wears an overall while working and who lives next to the fireman.
  8. The man whose favourite colour is red, doesn´t live next to the lady who prefers orange.
  9. The person who works part time lives on the left side of the man who likes the colour blue and who works full time.
  10. Where does the painter live?

 

EUROPE STREET

 

 

 

 

 

 

Europe Street 1

Europe Street 2

Europe Street 3

Europe Street 4

Europe Street 5

 

Mrs. Stravos

Mr. Vitalicus

Mr. Steinklein

Mrs. Leblanc

Mr. Gomez

JOB

 

 

 

 

 

Favourite colour

 

 

 

 

 

Working hours

 

 

 

 

 

Work clothes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EUROPE STREET (solution)

 

 

 

 

 

Europe Street 1

Europe Street 2

Europe Street 3

Europe Street 4

Europe Street 5

 

Mrs. Stravos

Mr. Vitalicus

Mr. Steinklein

Mrs. Leblanc

Mr. Gomez

JOB

Painter

fireman

baker

nurse

captain

Favourite colour

yellow

red

green

orange

blue

Working hours

no fixed working hours

shift work

3am-12am

part time

full time

Work clothes

overall

red uniform

white shirt and trousers

white dress

blue uniform

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Intercultural tasks

 

Time

Preparation

Suggestions for student activities

Step 1: 15´

bulletFind jobs that do not exist in your country
bullet(e.g.: In Germany there is no camel driver or cowboy,…)
bulletForeign students speak about jobs that exist in their country but not in the one they are living now
bulletIn small groups talk about the differences and similarities of some jobs in the own country and in the guest country (e.g. a butcher´s shop looks quite different in Paris and in Egypt )
bulletDo traditions influence the way of working ?
bulletDo traditions influence what one has to wear for doing certain jobs?
bulletAre work clothes different in the students´ country?
bulletAre there jobs that a woman would not do in the students´ country?

 

Student´s evalutation

CONTENTS

+

+/-

To be able to give the name of different professions and to describe them

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
   

To be able to describe clothes needed for certain jobs

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
   

To be able to explain why the wearing of work clothes can be very important

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
   

To be able to speak / write about the social impact of work clothes

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
   

To be able to compare work clothes in different European countries

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
   

To be able to compare professions/jobs and their place in social life in different European countries

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
   

To be able to give information about the course of education needed to access to different professions/jobs in Europe (schools, trainings,…)

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Picture gallery for : Work clothes  

 

e. Clothes and sports

Time

Preparation

Suggestions for student activities

Step 1: 1´- 5´

bulletWarm up activity – oral part
bulletStudents ask each other questions in small groups to find out what kind of sport they like doing:
bulletE.g. What is your favourite sport?
bulletWhat clothes do you wear to play this sport?
bulletI wear …… and …..to play………….
bulletAsk your partner what his/ her favourite sport is.
bulletAsk your partner what he/she wears to play this sport.
bulletAsk your partner what accessories he/she needs to play this sport.
bulletWhat is the most popular sport in your country?
bulletWhat do you wear to play it?
bulletAsk your teacher what his/her favourite sport is.
bullet…..

Step 2 : 15´

bulletCards with the name of different sport clothes or accessories

(see suggestions box

below)

bulletin small groups
bulleta student takes a card and describes the clothes or accessories giving information about
bulletwhat they are made of
bulletfor which sport they are used
bulletwhere to buy them
bulletif they are expensive or not
bulletif she/he likes/dislikes this sport
bulletif they play this sport

Step 3: 15´

bulletPictures of famous sportsmen /women

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

bulletAsk your partner questions to find out which picture he/she has chosen. Your partner may only answer with either "yes" or "no".
bulletAlternative game: Think of a

sportsman / woman that is not shown

in the pictures. Your partner should

guess what person you are thinking

of by asking you questions that may

only be answered by "yes" or "no".

bulletTell your partner about famous

sportsman / woman of your country

Step 4: 15 ´

bulletCopies of reports about recent sports events (from newspapers, internet etc .)
bulletCut the reports

in 5 or 6 paragraphs

and mix them

bulletPut the pieces of
bulletpaper in an envelope
bulletand distribute them to the students

try to put the different parts of the

report in the right order.

bulletPair work:
bulletThe students take the pieces of the report from the envelope and should

Step 5: 10 ´

bulletIntercultural activity
bulletAsk the students to speak about sports that are not known in your home country (e.g. camel races, corrida,…)

 

Student´s evalutation

CONTENTS

+

+/-

To be able to give the name of different sports and to speak/write about them

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
   

To be able to describe clothes and material needed for doing certain sports

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
   

To be able to explain the way of doing certain sports

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
   

To be able to describe specific sports of different European countries

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
   

To be able to give the names of sport accessories and to explain for which sport they are used

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
   

To be able to give the name of different colours, parts of clothing items, …

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
   

To be able to read articles/news related to sport and to speak about them

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pictures for Clothes and Sports

 

 

Some more questions :

3.a. What clothes would you wear for two of the following sports?

Tennis, swimming, football, table tennis, volley ball, cycling, roller -blading, ice-skating,

ice-hockey, hockey, running, jogging, mountain biking, golf, skiing, cross-country skiing,

snow-boarding, cricket, ballet, polo, horse-riding, surfboard-riding, hiking.

3b. Are there any sports for which you don’t need special clothes?

4. Packing your bag Game

4a. Each student suggests an item to pack for a sport holiday. Each student takes a turn and

repeats what the previous student has said and then adds his item to the list. Continue for

as long as possible or until the students can no longer remember the list of items.

4b. The first student can suggest what sort of holiday it will be i.e., a beach holiday, a skiing

holiday, a football camp etc.

4c. More advanced students can describe the articles by adding the colour and pattern, or use

other adjectives " I am going to the beach for a holiday and will pack my green striped

swimming costume, … my favourite straw hat,… my new yellow flippers, etc

 

 

f. Clothes and shopping  

 

Time

Preparation

Suggestions for student activities

bulletStep 1: 1´- 5´
bulletList of sizes in different countries (see below)
bulletPhrases to buy and to sell

 

bulletRole play: a student is a shop assistant, the other one is a customer.
bulletThe customer explains what he/she wants , the shop assistant replies and give some advise
bulletStep 2 : 10´
bulletClothing musical chairs
bulletplay music, students walk around until music stops, stand back to back with a partner and both must guess what the other is wearing i.e." You are wearing a red pair of trousers". Change partners.
bulletStep 3: 15´
bulletFashion Show
bulletBring funny clothes i.e. hats. One student is the commentator and the other the models. Comment on the clothing worn and paraded.
bulletStep 4: 15´
bulletMake collages either with real samples of cloth, or pictures cut from magazines, newspapers etc.
bulletUse as basis for discussion or games, i.e. guessing games, memory; describing size, colour, style, material, shapes, pattern
bulletStep 5: 10´
bulletPacking my bag
bulleteach student suggests an item to pack
bulletfor a holiday. Go around the class,
bulletand repeat what the others have said
bulletand add one item.
bulletStep 6: 10´
bulletCut out figures and clothing
bulletAdverbs: repeat the adverbs used for enumeration (First of all, then, ….)
bulletRules for the position of the adverb in a sentence
bulletdescribe getting dressed and undressed

 

Student´s evalutation

CONTENTS

+

+/-

To make the relation between the sizes and money in different European countries

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
   

To be able to go shopping to buy clothes

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
   

To be able to give the names of clothes and their quality

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
   

To be able to put adverbs in the right place in a sentence

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
   

To be able to describe sizes, colours, pattern,….

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
   

To be able to memorize names for clothing, prices, quantities

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
   

To be able to describe actions by getting dressed and undressed

bulletLexical
bulletPhonetic
bulletSyntax
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CLOTHING SIZES 

(MOST FREQUENTLY USED)

Not sure why you're a size 16 in England but a whopping size 44 in Europe? here's why...

LADIES’ CLOTHING

UK

10

12

14

16

18

20

22

 

USA

8

10

12

14

16

18

20

 

EUROPE

38

40

42

44

47

50

52

 

MENS’ SHIRT COLLARS

UK

14

14 ½

15

15 ½

16

16 ½

17

17 ½

USA

14

14 ½

15

15 ½

16

16 ½

17

17 ½

EUROPE

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

 

SHOE SIZES

UK

CONTINENTAL

Children 1

16/17

2

17/18

3

18/19

4

20

5

21/22

6

22/23

7

24

8

25/26

9

26/27

10

27/28

11

28/29

12

30

13

31/32

Adults 1

32/33

2

34

3

35

4

36/37

5

37/38

6

39

7

40

8

41/42

9

42/43

10

44

11

45

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