1. A) Draw a family tree for yourself and using the topical vocabulary explain the relationship between your immediate ancestors and any interesting facts about them.
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squareadj if somebody's body or a part of their body is square, it looks broad and strong,

e.g. a square jaw / face

prominentadj something that is prominent is large and sticks out, e.g. a prominent feature / nose / chin; prominent cheekbones / teeth

cheekbonen [C usually pl] one of the two bones above your cheeks, just below your eyes,

e.g. She had high cheekbones and green eyes.

foreheadn [C] the part of your face above your eyes and below your hair, e.g. a man with

a high forehead

a snub noseis short and points slightly upwards, e.g.She had an interesting face with a snub nose and large appealing eyes. Syn. a turned-up nose (= an upturned nose)

full lipsare large and rounded in an attractive way, e.g. Her full red lips parted in a faint smile. Ant. thin lips

pursed lipsare brought together tightly into a small circle, especially to show disapproval or doubt; purse (up) your lips, E.g. She pursed her lips and shook her head. Her little mouth was pursed up tight.

vividadj very bright in colour, e.g. a vivid mouth

cleft chin n [C]a cleft chin has an area on it that goes slightly inwards

double chinn [C] a fold of loose skin between the face and neck that looks like a second chin

pointedadj having a sharp end, e.g. a pointed nose / chin / beard

a jutting chinis further forward than normal; Ant. a receding chin

receding chinn [C] a chin that slopes backwards

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