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What kinds of services, besides a hair cut, can you receive at a beauty salon and barber shop? How is a barber shop different from a beauty parlor or salon in your area?
“second-rate” = poor quality
“If you go to a second-rate hair salon, you might end up with a second-rate hair cut.”
“hit the roof” = become very angry
“Tim hit the roof when he realized the hair stylist dyed his hair red.”
A. Listen to the recording and answer the questions.
Do the vocabulary quizzes with the words from the conversation for more practice:
Do you get your hair done at a barber shop or beauty parlor? If not, do you do it yourself, or do you have someone cut your hair? Do you leave a tip for the hair stylist in your country? Are there specific rules on how you must have your hair cut in public schools or at a position in a company? Share your ideas with a partner.
Use the Internet to compare two or more hair salons in terms of price, service, and even the experience of those who work there. Which place would you recommend to a friend? Why?