Vocabulary to describe body and face features

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Vocabulary to describe body and face features

  1. 1. VOCABULARY TO DESCRIBE BODY AND FACE FEATURES PARTS OF THE FACE Eyes Nose Ears Mouth Tongue Lips Tooth/teeth Cheeks Chin Double chin Eyelashes Eyelids Eyebrows Forehead Hair Adjectives to describe… Somebody’s eyes: (e.g. he has got slanting eyes) Slanting Round Almond Bulging Somebody’s face shape: (e.g. he has got a round face) Round Oval Long Heart-shaped Somebody’s lips: (e.g. he has got thick lips) Thick Full Thin Somebody’s nose: (he has got a hooked nose) Long Broad Hooked Snub Turned-up Somebody’s hair: Bald (e.g. He is bald) (e.g. he has got a bald spot) A bald spot Receding hair Receding hairlines (e.g. he has got short curly red hair) Short Medium-length Long Curly Wavy Straight Spiky White Grey Red Auburn Blond Fair Brown Black Dark Somebody’s hairstyle: (e.g. she has got/is wearing a pony tail) Pony tail Pig tails Fringe Bun Plaits (UK) /Braids(US) Side/ Centre parting Tied up hair
  2. 2. Others: (e.g. he has got a beard) Goatee Beard Moustache (UK) / Mustache (US) Sideboards (UK) / Sideburns (US) PARTS OF THE BODY Chest Stomach Waist Neck Back Bottom Breast Arm Shoulder Elbow Hand Finger Thumb Forearm Belly Wrist Nail Leg Knee Thigh Ankle Foot/feet Toe Calf/calves Shin Heel Adjectives to describe… Somebody’s physical constitution: (e.g. he is skinny) Skinny Thin Slim Fit Muscular Well built Medium built Overweight Plump Tubby

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