a) What are they talking about?
b) How many brothers and sisters did Annie's grandmother have?
c) Which of them did she like most of all?
d) Which of her brothers and sisters looked older than their age?
e) What was her mother's name?
Listen to the conversation again and complete the chart below.
|Annie's grandmother (when a child)||pretty||fair|
|Alice||2 years older|
Make up a conversation with your group mate who wants to know about the members of your family and the family likeness.
Describe the people you see in the pictures below.
1. Read the following task and the answers that two students wrote. Which one is more interesting, Description A or Description B?
Write a description of your favourite relative.
... (Description A, Description B) ...
Describe your favourite film star. Explain why you admire him or her.
Write about a person whose appearance you like.
EXERCISES | VOCABULARY NOTES | VOCABULARY NOTES | VOCABULARY NOTES | EXERCISES | IV. Combine the adjectives in A with the nouns in B. Give as many combinations as it is possible. | Wanted dead or alive | EXERCISES | Part II | Listen to the descriptions and fill in the gaps in the passages below. |