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Describing people

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How to describe people; for elementary students (ESL)

How to describe people; for elementary students (ESL)

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    • The physical appearance:
      • a) Height and weight
      • b) Age
      • c) Color and shape of the eyes
      • d) Hair
      • e) Skin
      • f) General aspect
    • 2) The personality characteristics:
    • a) Character and Behavior
  • 3. a) Height and Build (Weight) SHORT MEDIUM HEIGHT TALL THIN PLUMP SLIM MEDIUM- BUILT
  • 4. OLD TEENAGER BABY MIDDLE- AGED CHILD
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    • d) Hair:
    BALD SHORT HAIR LONG HAIR SHOULDER LENGTH STRAIGHT HAIR WAVY HAIR CURLY HAIR SPIKY HAIRSTYLE
  • 6. REMEMBER! TO DESCRIBE SOMEONE’S HAIR YOU HAVE TO REFER THREE CHARACTERISTICS: a) Length (how long) b) Form ( wavy/straight/ etc ) c) Color FOR EXAMPLE: She has (got) short , straight and blond hair . RED HAIR BROWN HAIR BLOND /FAIR HAIR
  • 7. DARK -SKINNED BROWN-SKINNED (TANNED) PALE-SKINNED f) General Aspect HANDSOME GOOD- LOOKING BEAUTIFUL UGLY
  • 8. LAZY TALKATIVE absent-minded EASY GOING HAPPY SAD
  • 9. FUNNY BRAVE CHARMING BAD-TEMPERED CARELESS ANNOYING
  • 10. LET'S DESCRIBE PEOPLE
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  • 20. Can you describe them ?