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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION

POSITIVE FORM (+)

NEGATIVE FORM (-)

INTERROGATIVE FORM (?)

I HAVE GOT

I HAVEN’T GOT

HAVE I GOT...?

YOU HAVE GOT

YOU HAVEN’T GOT

HAVE YOU GOT…?

HE/SHE/IT HAS GOT

HE/SHE/IT HASN’T GOT

HAS HE/SHE/IT GOT…?

WE HAVE GOT

WE HAVEN’T GOT

HAVE WE GOT…?

YOU HAVE GOT

YOU HAVEN’T GOT

HAVE YOU GOT…?

THEY HAVE GOT

THEY HAVEN’T GOT

HAVE THEY GOT…?

                                                               
 
                                           
 
                                            ORDER                                                                                     
 

When we use more than one adjective, we have to put them in the right order.

 
       
 
Example:
                              I have got long wavy fair hair.
 
1. Listen and choose the correct description.
 
1.                      
 
 
 
2.                              
 
 
 
 
 
3.                             
 
 
2. Order the sentences.
 
a) got/ short/ dark/ has/ hair. / Andrés Iniesta
 
b) Cristiano Ronaldo/ short/ has/ hair./ got / dark
 
c) She / long / fair / curly / has / hair. / got
 
d) got/ I / have / long / straight / hair.
 
e) They / got / haven't / hair. / dark / short
 
 
3. Let's find the ELEVEN words and write them.
 

  1. D.         11. S.

  2. S.

  3. F.
 
  4. L.
 
  5. T.
 
  6. W.
 
  7. S.
 
  8. B.
 
  9. S.
 
  10. C.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

       

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