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Physical description
B&W pictionary
Level: elementary
Age: 8-17
Downloads: 4463

 
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: 3138

 
Physical description
Physical features
Level: elementary
Age: 8-11
Downloads: 2395

 
WHO IS WHO? GAME (PART ONE)
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
Downloads: 2182

 
DESCRIBING PEOPLE (2)
3 exercises to practise describing people and the verb have got.
Level: elementary
Age: 7-12
Downloads: 2003

 
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: 1984

 
physical description
A colour version of the worksheet i created a couple of weels ago . I hope you like!!!!
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 1930

 
WHAT ARE THEY LIKE?
STUDENTS READ THE INFORMATION FROM THE TABLE AND WRITE SHORT TEXTS DESCRIBING PEOPLE.
Level: elementary
Age: 9-11
Downloads: 1605

 
 

 DESCRIBING THINGS 

 
I Part
Use IS,AM,ARE,HAS OR HAVE to complete the practice bellow.
 1)  The lady   really tall.                        
 
 2) I  a student in Montecito School.
 
 3) Randall  brown hair.
 
 4) She  blue eyes.
 
 5) Maria and Pablo  the same hair color.
 
 6) I  taller than Sofias brother.
 
 7)Pedro  a chubby guy.
 
 8) Grace  a thin person.
 
 9) Esteban and Paul  long hair.
 
10) Carmen  short and red hair.
 
 
II Part
Multiple Choice: Choose the correct answer
1) Stephen has  _____ eyes.   
Green
Blue                         
Brown
Black
 
 
2) Pancracio ____ a _____ person.
Are Red hair
Am Chubby
is Happy
 
 
 
3) Mario ___ a chef, he _____.
Are / is fat
is / is thin
Am  /  is tall
Is/ is fat 
 
 
4) The clown has _____ hair.
straight
red
curly
 
5) Rudolf has a lot of _____.
hot
Cold
warm
 
6) This couple ________.
 are/ married
is/ single
is/ married
 
7) Marco has his face realy _____.
 clean
ugly
dirty
 
8) The car is an ____ model.
old
new
poor
 
9) The weight is very _____.
light
heavy
hard
 
 
10) The diamond ____ the ______ rock.
is/ hardest
are/ softest
is/ hard
 
III PART
Selection: Choose the correct alternative according to the context.
1) If  somebody is small, it is not going to be
2) If somebody is ugly, it is not going to be
3) If somebody is blond, it is not going to be
4) If somebody is old, it is not going to be
5) If somebody has curly her, it is not going to has
6)If somebody is married, it is not going to be
7) If somebody is rich, it is not going to be
8) If something is heavy, it is not going to be
9) If something is new, it is not going to be
10) If something is full, it is not going to be
 
IV PART
Identification: Complete the blank space, according to the image.
1) Rafael is a  person.
 
2) Diego is very .
3) Oscar is a   person.
 
 
4) The window is .
 
5) Benilda is a very  woman.
 
 

 

       

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