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describing people downloadable worksheets:
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B&W pictionary
Level: elementary
Age: 8-17
Downloads: 4448

Appearance Pictionary + Exercises (B/W and key included) fully editable
Pictionary with transcription. B/W version included. In the b/w version kids are supposed to colour some pictures (eyes, hair). There are five exercises to practice vocabulary 1. - fill in the table with the correct words, 2 - write the opposites, 3 - match synonyms, 4 - read and circle the correct word, 5 - write a short text about your and your ...
Level: elementary
Age: 7-17
Downloads: 3125

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Physical features
Level: elementary
Age: 8-11
Downloads: 2392

VISIT OUR ESL SITE: www.eslchallenge.net This is a pair work activity that can be used with the cards or without them. If you use the cards, one of the students will read each sentence at a time and the other student will try to guess the name of the character from the main card. A different possibility is to work without the cards and, in this...
Level: elementary
Age: 9-11
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3 exercises to practise describing people and the verb have got.
Level: elementary
Age: 7-12
Downloads: 2001

The 1st 45-minute-lesson (of 2) on the topic Describing People -- Reading Comprehension for Upper Elementary and Lower intermediate students
This is the first of 2 lessons on personal description (2 Pages + B&W Version ). Reading tasks: After speculating about the text they are going to read (images, key words, parts of the speech, ..., students scan the tex to find information to complete the table (Notice that the students will end up with a systematization of Physical features essen...
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-14
Downloads: 1975

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A colour version of the worksheet i created a couple of weels ago . I hope you like!!!!
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 1924

Level: elementary
Age: 9-11
Downloads: 1603



A.- Read the definitions and choose the right adjective.

  1. He wants to become the boss and have a lot of power and money
  2. Harry loves partying, meeting people and talking to them. He's so
  3. Sheila insisted on giving a party to celebrate Pete's birthday although all her friends said it was next month. She's as  as a mule.
  4. My new neighbour is really . He has lived next door for three months and he has't even introduced himself.
  5. What I like the best about my friend Jamie is how  he is. He never left me alone in my worst moments.
  6. You never know how Nadine will react. One moment she's so nice and the next she's the nastiest person in the world. She's really
  7. Be careful when you give Tess the bad news. You can hurt her easily because she's very
  8. Jeff would never be a good actor. He's so  he thinks everybody's looking at and judging him all the time.
  9. He won't tell a lie. He's absolutely
  10. He only sees his side of things. He's

B.- Which is the opposite of each adjective?                 

  1. generous              mean                   vain                                          
  2. loud                     talkative             quiet
  3. nice                     nasty                  carefree
  4. decisive               undecisive           indecisive
  5. reliable               irreliable            unreliable                            
  6. hard-working       low-working        lazy
  7. serious                funny                  shy
  8. predictable         unpredictable      impredictable
  9. optimistic           materialistic         pessimistic
  10. shy                     outgoing               selfish

C.- What kind of person would say ...?                            

  1. "I love you, honey!! I want everybody to know!"                                                    shy                     affectionate
  2. "Don't make me angry or I'll kick you"                                                                aggressive           tolerant
  3. "Everything is wrong in this school: the teachers, the students,... Everything!!"        nice                    critical
  4. "What shall I do? I can't really make a decision"                                                 indecisive            unpredictable
  5. "I can't think of anybody who's more beautiful than me"                                      self-conscious      vain
  6. "Great! Another party! Let's have fun and make new friends!"                               outgoing              moody
  7. "I'm going to spend the weekend lying on the beach. I have no worries"                  materialistic       carefree
  8. "More work? OK, I don't mind. I love working"                                                    ambitious            hard-working
  9. "Did you tell me? I can't remember. My memory is like a sieve"                             forgetful            truthful
  10. "I've got a lot of common sense"                                                                           sensitive             sensible 



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