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Adjectives for describing people and ORDER OF ADJECTIVES. ( hair / eyes ) … WHEN WE DESCRIBE SOMEONE:. Follow this order :. 1. HEIGHT (short / tall …) 2. BUILD ( overweight / fat / slim / thin …) 3. AGE ( young / middle-age / old …)

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    1. Adjectivesfordescribingpeopleand ORDER OF ADJECTIVES (hair / eyes) … WHEN WE DESCRIBE SOMEONE:

    2. Followthisorder: • 1. HEIGHT (short / tall …) • 2. BUILD (overweight / fat / slim / thin …) • 3. AGE (young / middle-age / old …) • 4. HAIR: lenght + style + colour(eg. short curlydark) • 5. FACE (round / oval / square …) • 6. COMPLEXION (suntunned / pale …) • 7. EYES: size + shape + colour(e.g.small round blue) • 8. EXTRA FEATURES (beard / tatoo/ moustache …) • 9. CLOTHES (casual / smart / neat …)

    3. 1. HEIGHT • tall(verytall/ quite tall / notverytall) • averageheight / mediumheight • short (very short / quite short / notvery short) • He isverytall. • He isquitetall. • He isnotverytall. / • He isshort.

    4. 2. BUILD • overweight / fat • wellbuilt • skinny / thin / slim / fit / muscular • Sheis (very / quite / notvery)… • - fat. • overweight. • Sheis(very/quite /notvery)… • skinny. • - thin. • slim. • fit. • muscular.

    5. Sheisthin. Sheisfit. Sheisslim. Sheisskinny. He ismuscular.

    6. 3. AGE • old • middle-aged • young He is … - a baby. - a child. - a teenager. • He is … • old. • about60yearsold. • He is… • a youngman / woman. • young. • anadult. • - middle-aged. • - about20yearsold.

    7. 4. HAIR: lenght + style + colour STYLE · Shehas … - curlyhair. - straighthair. - wavyhair. · He isbald. LENGTH Shehas … - longhair. - shorthair. - (mediumlenghthair). - (shoulder length hair). • COLOUR • Shehas… • black hair. • dark hair. • (light/dark) brown hair. • (light/dark) fair hair. • (blond/blonde) • red hair. • - gray hair. • - white hair. Examples: He has short straightdarkhair. She haslong curly fair hair.

    8. 5. FACE Examples: He has… - anoblongface. (alargada) - arectangleface. - aroundface. - asquareface. - aninvertedtriangleface. - aheartface. - adiamondface. - atriangleface. - anovalface. He has… freckles. wrinkles. pimples.

    9. 6. COMPLEXION He has… - blackskin. / darkskin. / He isAfrican-American. - fairskin / lightskin. - light-brownskin. / He isAsian. - suntanned / tannedskin. - paleskin.

    10. 7. EYES: SIZE + SHAPE + COLOUR • SHAPE • He has… • - roundeyes. • almond-shapeeyes. • COLOUR • He has… • (light / dark) • blackeyes. • - browneyes. • - blueeyes. • greeneyes. • SIZE • He has… • - big / largeeyes. • smalleyes. EXAMPLES: He has… - big round browneyes. - smallalmond-shapegreeneyes.

    11. 8. EXTRAFEATURES • He has … • - a beard. • - a goatee. • a moustache. • a tatoo. • He wears … • glasses.

    12. 9. Dress He iswearing… • - asmart(shirt) = aformal (shirt) = anexpensive (shirt). • - aneat (shirt) = aclean (shirt). • - anew (shirt) He iswearing… - acasual (shirt) = aninformal (shirt). - adirty (shirt) = anuntidy (shirt). - anold (shirt) = awornout(shirt).

    13. Nowit’syourturn!! Make a full description of theimagesthatyou’llseehere… Are youready??

    14. TheEnd