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  Look at the pictures and write the right number.
 
 
dress      ear      nose      skirt      eyes      arm      hat      hair
socks     shoes     T-shirt     leg      mouth      trousers      jeans      shorts
 
                                  
 
  Read the text and fill in details for the boy and the girl.
 
 
Name:
Eyes:
Hair:
Mouth:
 
 
 
 
 
His name is Sam.
Her name is Ann.
His eyes are blue.
Her eyes are grey.
His hair is short and orange.
Her hair is long and brown.
His mouth is red.
Her mouth is orange.
 
Name:
Eyes:
Hair:
Mouth:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  Look at Sam and Ann and choose the right word.
    His/Her T-shirt is blue.
    His/Her shorts are brown.
    His/Her hat is brown.
    His/Her jeans are blue.
    His/Her shoes are brown.
    His/Her T-shirt is purple.
                                      
 
  Look at the pictures and choose the right answers.
            Sam               
 
 
   
     
                 Ann
 
    
       
This is his/her hat. This is his/her T-shirt.
These are his/her jeans. These are his/her shoes.
These are his/her socks. This is his/her dress.
This is his/her skirt. These are his/her trousers.

 

       


 

 

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