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Describing a Photograph. Useful Language

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Useful language that you can use to describe a photo, ask about another student's photo, and find similarities and differences.

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Describing a Photograph. Useful Language

  1. 1. Describing a photographUseful Language for the Certificat Intermedi EOI
  2. 2. Questions you may ask about your partner’s pictureSo, what’s in your picture?Where do you think it was taken?When was it taken? [summer, winter, during the day, at night]Do they seem happy/sad/tired?What kind of house/shop/etc. is it?What does he/she look like?
  3. 3. My picture shows… It might have been takenThere is/ are… in summer, in theI can see… countryside of SpainIn the foreground / in the  I would say it was taken inbackground a cold day in winterOn the right / on the left It can ‘t/might/must beIn the top left corner of the the Mediterranean coast, aspicture… there are palm trees …The central focus of this  Maybe / Perhapspicture is…  It reminds me of myThe picture has two main schooldays when I wasparts twelve …  It seems that …  He seems to be happy /the woman’s husband/in a bad moment
  4. 4. Spotting similarities and differences Ah, then both pictures were taken in the countryside. So this is another similarity, both pictures were taken in thecountryside. So the people in your picture are young whereas in mine, theyare old.Ah, in my picture they are old, this is a difference. My picture was taken in the countryside too. This is a/anothersimilarity.The house in my picture isn’t too big either.

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