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Module 5 People. Aims: 1. to learn vocabulary used to describe people 2. to learn multi-part verbs with get, put and take. Key Words used to describe somebody’s appearance. Hair: bald = celav dark = taman fair = svetao plaits = pletenice red = crvena, ridja

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module 5 people

Module 5People

Aims: 1. to learn vocabulary used to describe people

2. to learn multi-part verbs with get, put and take

key words used to describe somebody s appearance
Key Words used to describe somebody’s appearance
  • Hair:

bald = celav

dark = taman

fair = svetao

plaits = pletenice

red = crvena, ridja

shoulder-length = do ramena

straight = prava

blond = plava

curly = kovrdzava

long = dugacka

wavy = talasasta

  • Age:

in his/her (early/mid/late) teens/twenties/thirties

early thirties = rane tridesete

mid-thirties = srednje tridesete

middle-aged = srednjih godina

  • Special features:

eyebrows = obrve

moustache = brkovi

ponytail = konjski rep

beard = brada

wrinkles = bore

  • General:

good-looking = zgodan

short = nizak

tall = visok

well-built = dobro gradjen

overweight = gojazan

slim = vitak

key words used to describe somebody s character use four adjectives to describe your best friend
Key Words used to describe somebody’s character – use four adjectives to describe your best friend
  • bad-tempered = zlovoljan, mrzovoljan
  • cheerful = veseo, razdragan
  • confident = samouveren
  • creative = kreativan
  • disorganised = neorganizovan
  • dynamic = dinamican
  • generous = velikodusan
  • hard-working = vredan
  • helpful = usluzan, voljan da pomogne, predusretljiv
  • honest = posten, iskren
  • insensitive = bezosecajan
  • materialistic = materijalistican
  • moody = cudljiv
  • outgoing = otvoren, druzeljubiv
  • patient = strpljiv
  • reliable = pouzdan
  • selfish = sebican
  • shy = stidljiv, povucen
  • sociable = druzeljubiv
  • stubborn = tvrdoglav
  • sympathetic = saosecajan
  • tolerant = tolerantan
multi part verbs p 62
Multi-part verbs p.62
  • get sb down = depress
  • give up = stop trying
  • get on with sth = do sth seriously
  • get on with sb = have a good relationship
  • get together = meet
  • take up = start doing (a hobby or a sport)
  • get at sb = criticise
  • put sb down = annoy, spustati nekoga
  • put up with = tolerate
slide5

This rainy weather is _________ me ______.

  • They __________ without fight. It was an easy victory.
  • Be quiet and _____________ your work.
  • I’m trying to __________a team _____for Saturday.
  • He’s always ____________ his son for no good reason.
  • He’s always __________his wife ______in public.
  • I don’t know how she __________ his loud music.
slide6

This rainy weather is getting me down.

  • They gave up without fight. It was an easy victory.
  • Be quiet and get on with your work.
  • I’m trying to get a team together for Saturday.
  • He’s always getting at his son for no good reason.
  • He’s always putting his wife down in public.
  • I don’t know how she puts up with his loud music.
vocabulary opposites p 67
Vocabulary: Opposites (p. 67)
  • Opposites are words which have opposite (suprotno) meaning. Sometimes, there is a new word

e.g. happy – sad

but sometimes we use prefixes to make opposites.

e.g. happy – unhappy

These prefixes are un-, in-, im-, dis…

opposites p 67 ex 7
Opposites – p. 67, ex. 7
  • disorganised
  • unreliable
  • unsociable
  • insensitive
  • intolerant
  • uninterested
  • unaware
  • unkind
  • unsympathetic
  • unhelpful
  • dissatisfied
opposites p 67 ex 8
Opposites p. 67, ex 8
  • bad-tampered ↔ good-humoured, easy-going
  • generous ↔ mean, stingy
  • hard-working ↔ lazy
  • nervous ↔ calm
  • shy ↔ outgoing, sociable, friendly
  • strong ↔ weak
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