Who is it

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Who is it

  1. 1. WHO IS IT?<br />Johana Paola Muñoz C.<br />
  2. 2. expressions or questions that we use to describe people:<br />What does ( ... she) look like?<br />What color is ( ... her) hair?<br />What kind of hair style does ( ... he) have?<br />What color are (his) eyes?<br />How tall is (she)? <br />Does (... he) have any distinguishing  characteristics?    <br />Does (... the professor) wear glasses?  <br />What is (... she) wearing?    <br />
  3. 3. Some words to describe person’s personality.<br />shy <br />outgoing <br />demanding  <br />easy going: Relaxed and happy to accept without worrying or getting angry  <br />confident<br />insecure  <br />Pushy: Trying to get what you want, especially in a way that seems rude.   <br />laid back<br />domineering  <br />Meek: Quiet, gentle, and always ready to do what other people want without expressing your own opinion<br />
  4. 4. attentive  <br />Neglectful: Not giving enough care to sb/ sth<br />concerned<br />carefree<br />passionate  <br />indifferent <br />hot blooded: Having strong emotions and easily becoming very excited or angry <br />Lenient: Not as strict as expected when punishing sb or when making sure that rules are obeyed<br />tolerant<br />
  5. 5. Idioms relating descriptions of people<br />A badegg:To refer to someone as a bad egg means that they cannot be  trusted.<br />Cat's whiskers  This expression refers to someone who considers themselves  to be better than others in a particular area.<br />A class act  To say that someone, for example an athlete or an entertainer, is   a class act means that they are very good at what they do.<br />
  6. 6.  Dressed to kill   When someone, especially a woman, is dressed to kill, they are  wearing very fashionable or glamorous clothes intended to attract  attention<br />Dressed up to the nines   To describe someone as dressed up to the nines means   that they are wearing very smart or glamorous clothes.  <br /> Long in the tooth   A person who is long in the tooth is a bit too old to do something.<br /> Nice as pie  If a person is nice as pie, they are surprisingly very kind and friendly <br />
  7. 7. Face like thunder   If someone has a face like thunder, they look very angry.<br />Face only a mother could love   This is a humoristic way of saying that someone is ugly or  not attractive.<br /> Fixed in your ways   People who are fixed in their ways do not want to change their   normal way of doing things.<br />Full of hot air   A person who full of hot air is full of nonsense and talks a lot without saying anything worthwhile.<br />

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