Who is who in the queue?
What are they wearing?
1 Read the sentences and put the missing letters.Some letters have been already given.
your n l t?’ ‘I’m Canadian.’
your n before you eat.
cold today – put on a s f and gloves, please.
felt really d r s when Sally told him she doesn’t like him anymore.
you m r or single?
is really i l g . He always does well in exams.
7 ‘My s u r
hurt.’ ‘Take your
shirt off and let me look at them.’
8 What’s your a r ? I want
to send you a postcard.
9 I sometimes go shopping for an e
d l woman who lives near us.
Jane’s 13th birthday today. She’s very excited about being a t g .
you married or s g ?
you change your s n e when you get married?
got a m s c but he hasn’t got a beard.
like old clothes. They’re more c f t .
is really h d m . All the girls like him.
16 Don’t eat with your m t
2 Read the sentences and write the missing words.
1 What’s your date of
2 Mandy’s got lovely, wavy .
3 Hurry up and dressed.
4 Can I on these trousers, please?
mum is slim and
your marital ?
21 or 22.
your shoes off before you come in.
9 Tom is short sighted and he wears .
at the cinema.
3 Match column A with column B to make sentences. Write the correct letter.
in a good a humour.
is really fond b me.
got a great sense of c mind.
not keen d tight.
me if you change your e mood.
trousers don’t suit f on dancing.
shoes don’t a on
mum’s really fond b an impression on my parents.
trousers are too c mood.
really made d fit.
in a bad e humour.
not keen f of ice cream.
has got a strange sense of g loose.
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