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Speaking part 3 describing a photo vocabulary Speaking part 3 describing a photo vocabulary Presentation Transcript

  • 1 HAIR LENGHTS, SIZES AND COLOURS
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • CLOTHES
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6-7
  • ANSWERS
  • BUILDING/ BLOCK OF FLATS/SKYSCRAPER
  • DETACHED HOUSE
  • HIGHSCHOOL/ UNIVERSITY CLASSROOM
  • 4 BOWLS/DISHES WITH (DIFFERENT KINDS OF) FOOD
  • FAMILY
  • LAPTOP
  • BACK PACK
  • PARK
  • CITY MAP
  • IN THE BACKGROUND IN THE FOREGROUND
  • INDICATING POSITION IN A PHOTO ABOVE/UP/AT THE TOP BELOW/DOWN/AT THE BOTTOM ON THE BRIDGE UNDER THE BRIDGE
  • POSITION: SPACE REFERENCE12 In the background In the foreground ON THE LEFT/ TO THE LEFT OF ON THE RIGHT/ TO THE RIGHT OF IN THE MIDDLE ABOVE BELOW
  • BEDROOM
  • BEACH/ COASTAL VILLAGE
  • 11 CAMPSITE
  • TOWN/VILLAGE/LANDSCAPE/COUNTRY
  • SHOPPING CENTER/MALL
  • WINTER/WARM/SUMMER/ CLOTHES SMART /CASUAL CLOTHES COMFORTABLE, INDOOR, LIGHTWEIGHT /SPORT CLOTHES PATTERN / COLORFUL/ FASHIONABLE/
  • SHIRT TIE JACKET 8. SUIT
  • SWEATER/JUMPER/PULLOVER LONG-SLEEVED SHIRT
  • Polo neck
  • 11. dress
  • 12.Polo shirt
  • 19.coat 20.Rain coat
  • AGES
  • 1 HAIR LENGHTS, SIZES AND COLOURS CURLY, DARK HAIR Hair pinned/tied up with An elastic
  • 2 SHOULDER LENGHT, BROWN HAIR
  • 3 LONG, WAVY, DARK HAIR
  • 4 SHORT, STRAIGHT, RED HAIR
  • EXPRESSING FEELINGS HAPPY CONCENTRATED WORRIED/CONCERNED SERIOUS/ATTENTIVE SMILING LAUGHTING/HAPPY - SCARED, TERRIFIED, FRIGHTENED - SCREAMING, YELLING
  • EXPRESSING FEELINGS QUIET/AMUSED ANGRY/ARGUING CRYING SAD/ GLOOMY
  • THEY ARE IN THEIR (EARLY)THIRTIES HE’S IN HIS (LATE) FIFTIES HE’S IN HIS FORTIES THEY’RE IN THEIR TEENS/ THEY’RE TEENAGERS
  • POSITION: SPACE REFERENCE A B 12 In the background In the foreground ON THE LEFT/TO THE LEFT OF ON THE RIGHT/ TO THE RIGHT OF IN THE MIDDLE
  • POSITION: SPACE REFERENCE A B 12 In the background In the foreground ON THE LEFT/ TO THE LEFT OF ON THE RIGHT/ TO THE RIGHT OF IN THE MIDDLE
  • WHERE’S..? 1. THE PIJAMA 2. THE BALLPEN 3. SHIRT 4. THE WINDOW 5. THE BED 6. SHOE 7. GLASSES 8. SPORTSHOES 9. TROUSERS 10. BAG WHERE’S..? 1. UNDER THE BED 2. ON TOP OF THE TABLE 3. ON THE BEDSIDE TABLE 4. OVER THE BED 5. BESIDE THE NIGHT TABLE 6. BETWEEN THE BOOKS 7. IN THE DRAWER 8. HUNGING ON THE MIRROR 9. IN THE WARDROBE 10. NEXT TO THE SET OF DRAWERS PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE
  • HOW TO DESCRIBE A PHOTO
  • 4 STEPS YOU SHOULD FOLLOW: 1.WHO can you see in the picture? WHERE is/are the person/people? Describe briefly who you can see and where they are. 2. Describe who and what you can see more in detail. Choose the main aspects of the people or place you want to describe: clothes, age, objects, etc. YOU DON’T HAVE TO DESCRIBE TOO MUCH. 3. WHAT’s the person/peple doing? (Describe actions) 4. FINALLY, How do the people probably feel? Why? YOU CAN SPECULATE IN EVERY MOMENT DURING YOUR DESCRIPTION.
  • FOR SPECULATING USE: 1.MODALS: (I THINK) She MUST/COULD/ MAY/ MIGHT be….. 2. ADVERBS: Perhaps, probably, maybe, possibly 3. EXPRESSIONS: It SEEMS AS IF she/he is sad… SHE/HE SEEMS to be packing because SHE LOOKS AS IF she is going on a holiday…
  • SPEAKING, PART 3:DESCRIBING A PHOTO PRACTICE
  • PET SPEAKING PART 3 1. PEOPLE AND PLACE: who is and where is he? 2. PEOPLE: what does he look like?; what is he wearing?. Describe some aspects of the place. 3. ACTIONS: What is he doing? 4. FEELINGS: How could he feel? SPECULATING (Talking about impresssions and opinions) -look(s) -It Looks like -Looks as if -I think -maybe -(it) Might -Probably -perhaps  EXAMINER:  Now, I’d like both of you to talk on your own about something. I’m going to give each of you a photograph. Please, show it to candidate B, but I’d like you to talk about it.  Candidate B, you just listen. I’ll give you your photographs in a moment. . .  Thank you.  TIME: APROXIMATELY, 2 MINUTES, 50
  • PET SPEAKING PART 3 1. People and Place: who is there and where is she? 2. PEOPLE: what does she look like?; what is she wearing? 3. ACTIONS: What is the girl doing? 4. FEELINGS: How could she feel? SPECULATING (Talking about impresssions and opinions) -look(s) -It Looks like -Looks as if -I think -maybe -(it) Might -Probably -perhaps  EXAMINER:  Now, I’d like both of you to talk on your own about something. I’m going to give each of you a photograph. Please, show it to candidate B, but I’d like you to talk about it.  Candidate B, you just listen. I’ll give you your photographs in a moment. . .  Thank you.  TIME: APROXIMATELY, 2 MINUTES, 50
  • EXAMINER: Now, I’d like both of you to talk on your own about something. I’m going to give each of you a photograph. Please, show it to candidate B, but I’d like you to talk about it. Candidate B, you just listen. I’ll give you your photographs in a moment. TIME: APROXIMATELY, 2 MINUTES, 50. . Thank you. 1. People and Place: who are there and where are they? 2. PEOPLE: who do they look like?; what are they wearing? 3. ACTIONS: What are the people doing? 4. FEELINGS: How could the people feel? SPECULATING (Talking about impresssions and opinions) -look(s) -It Looks like -Looks as if -I think -maybe -(it) Might -Probably -perhaps