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  1. Physical Appearance What does she / he look like?
  2. Beautiful or not? Age? teenager adult thirties Build? tall slim fat Hair? short long blond
  3. What?s different?
  4. Madonna – "describe the " " " " " " " " " differences
  5. Who is this?
  6. Who is this? Describe the differences.
  7. Listen and choose: Book page 19 exercise 5 1. What does Lucy look like? 2. Who is Tom? 3. Who is Brian?
  8. Listen and choose: Book page 19 exercise 5 1. What does Lucy look like? A 2. Who is Tom? B 3. Who is Brian? A
  9. What does he look like? What is he wearing?
  10. What does he look like? He is handsome. What is he wearing?
  11. What does he look like? He is handsome. What is he wearing? He?s wearing a black suit and a white shirt. He?s got glasses.
  12. What do you usually like wearing? Answer in your note book.
  13. Look at a photo and ?nd out who is who? Book page 18 – exercise 2 1 2 3 4 5 6
  14. Look at a photo and ?nd out who is who? Book page 18 – exercise 2 1 Sue – kind and outgoing 2 3 4 5 6
  15. Look at a photo and ?nd out who is who? Book page 18 – exercise 2 1 Sue – kind and outgoing 2 Steve - OK 3 4 5 6
  16. Look at a photo and ?nd out who is who? Book page 18 – exercise 2 1 Sue – kind and outgoing 2 Steve - OK 3 Lyn - funny 4 5 6
  17. Look at a photo and ?nd out who is who? Book page 18 – exercise 2 1 Sue – kind and outgoing 2 Steve - OK 3 Lyn - funny 4 Bill - funny 5 6
  18. Look at a photo and ?nd out who is who? Book page 18 – exercise 2 1 Sue – kind and outgoing 2 Steve - OK 3 Lyn - funny 4 Bill - funny 5 Emily - sel?sh 6
  19. Look at a photo and ?nd out who is who? Book page 18 – exercise 2 1 Sue – kind and outgoing 2 Steve - OK 3 Lyn - funny 4 Bill - funny 5 Emily - sel?sh 6 Bob - hardworking
  20. Look at a photo and ?nd out who is who? Book page 18 – exercise 2 1 Sue – kind and outgoing 2 Steve - OK 3 Lyn - funny 4 Bill - funny 5 Emily - sel?sh 6 Bob - hardworking Circle the “odd one out”. Book page 18 – exercise 3
  21. What about character?
  22. What about character? sensitive
  23. What about character? sensitive sel?sh shy
  24. Match the de?nitions to the adjectives: Write the answers in your note-book. 1. show understanding of sensitive people’s problems trustworthy 2. helpful towards others, caring insecure 3. able to think of new things sel?sh 4. care only about yourself dishonest 5. tell lies kind 6. enjoy working friendly 7. not have enough imaginative confidence in yourself wise 8. enjoy being with others hardworking 9. able to make sensible decisions 10. responsible, can be trusted
  25. Match the de?nitions to the adjectives: Write the answers in your note-book. 1. show understanding of 1 sensitive people’s problems trustworthy 2. helpful towards others, caring insecure 3. able to think of new things sel?sh 4. care only about yourself dishonest 5. tell lies kind 6. enjoy working friendly 7. not have enough imaginative confidence in yourself wise 8. enjoy being with others hardworking 9. able to make sensible decisions 10. responsible, can be trusted
  26. Match the de?nitions to the adjectives: Write the answers in your note-book. 1. show understanding of 1 sensitive people’s problems 10 trustworthy 2. helpful towards others, caring insecure 3. able to think of new things sel?sh 4. care only about yourself dishonest 5. tell lies kind 6. enjoy working friendly 7. not have enough imaginative confidence in yourself wise 8. enjoy being with others hardworking 9. able to make sensible decisions 10. responsible, can be trusted
  27. Match the de?nitions to the adjectives: Write the answers in your note-book. 1. show understanding of 1 sensitive people’s problems 10 trustworthy 2. helpful towards others, caring 7 insecure 3. able to think of new things sel?sh 4. care only about yourself dishonest 5. tell lies kind 6. enjoy working friendly 7. not have enough imaginative confidence in yourself wise 8. enjoy being with others hardworking 9. able to make sensible decisions 10. responsible, can be trusted
  28. Match the de?nitions to the adjectives: Write the answers in your note-book. 1. show understanding of 1 sensitive people’s problems 10 trustworthy 2. helpful towards others, caring 7 insecure 3. able to think of new things 4 sel?sh 4. care only about yourself dishonest 5. tell lies kind 6. enjoy working friendly 7. not have enough imaginative confidence in yourself wise 8. enjoy being with others hardworking 9. able to make sensible decisions 10. responsible, can be trusted
  29. Match the de?nitions to the adjectives: Write the answers in your note-book. 1. show understanding of 1 sensitive people’s problems 10 trustworthy 2. helpful towards others, caring 7 insecure 3. able to think of new things 4 sel?sh 4. care only about yourself 5 dishonest 5. tell lies kind 6. enjoy working friendly 7. not have enough imaginative confidence in yourself wise 8. enjoy being with others hardworking 9. able to make sensible decisions 10. responsible, can be trusted
  30. Match the de?nitions to the adjectives: Write the answers in your note-book. 1. show understanding of 1 sensitive people’s problems 10 trustworthy 2. helpful towards others, caring 7 insecure 3. able to think of new things 4 sel?sh 4. care only about yourself 5 dishonest 5. tell lies 2 kind 6. enjoy working friendly 7. not have enough imaginative confidence in yourself wise 8. enjoy being with others hardworking 9. able to make sensible decisions 10. responsible, can be trusted
  31. Match the de?nitions to the adjectives: Write the answers in your note-book. 1. show understanding of 1 sensitive people’s problems 10 trustworthy 2. helpful towards others, caring 7 insecure 3. able to think of new things 4 sel?sh 4. care only about yourself 5 dishonest 5. tell lies 2 kind 6. enjoy working 8 friendly 7. not have enough imaginative confidence in yourself wise 8. enjoy being with others hardworking 9. able to make sensible decisions 10. responsible, can be trusted
  32. Match the de?nitions to the adjectives: Write the answers in your note-book. 1. show understanding of 1 sensitive people’s problems 10 trustworthy 2. helpful towards others, caring 7 insecure 3. able to think of new things 4 sel?sh 4. care only about yourself 5 dishonest 5. tell lies 2 kind 6. enjoy working 8 friendly 7. not have enough 3 imaginative confidence in yourself wise 8. enjoy being with others hardworking 9. able to make sensible decisions 10. responsible, can be trusted
  33. Match the de?nitions to the adjectives: Write the answers in your note-book. 1. show understanding of 1 sensitive people’s problems 10 trustworthy 2. helpful towards others, caring 7 insecure 3. able to think of new things 4 sel?sh 4. care only about yourself 5 dishonest 5. tell lies 2 kind 6. enjoy working 8 friendly 7. not have enough 3 imaginative confidence in yourself 9 wise 8. enjoy being with others hardworking 9. able to make sensible decisions 10. responsible, can be trusted
  34. Match the de?nitions to the adjectives: Write the answers in your note-book. 1. show understanding of 1 sensitive people’s problems 10 trustworthy 2. helpful towards others, caring 7 insecure 3. able to think of new things 4 sel?sh 4. care only about yourself 5 dishonest 5. tell lies 2 kind 6. enjoy working 8 friendly 7. not have enough 3 imaginative confidence in yourself 9 wise 8. enjoy being with others 6 hardworking 9. able to make sensible decisions 10. responsible, can be trusted
  35. What are the opposites? Write the answers in your note-book. sensitive 1. self confident trustworthy 2. foolish insecure 3. unfriendly sel?sh 4. untrustworthy dishonest 5. lazy kind 6. generous friendly 7. honest imaginative 8. insensitive wise 9. nasty hardworking 10. unimatinative
  36. What are the opposites? Write the answers in your note-book. 8 sensitive 1. self confident trustworthy 2. foolish insecure 3. unfriendly sel?sh 4. untrustworthy dishonest 5. lazy kind 6. generous friendly 7. honest imaginative 8. insensitive wise 9. nasty hardworking 10. unimatinative
  37. What are the opposites? Write the answers in your note-book. 8 sensitive 1. self confident 4 trustworthy 2. foolish insecure 3. unfriendly sel?sh 4. untrustworthy dishonest 5. lazy kind 6. generous friendly 7. honest imaginative 8. insensitive wise 9. nasty hardworking 10. unimatinative
  38. What are the opposites? Write the answers in your note-book. 8 sensitive 1. self confident 4 trustworthy 2. foolish 1 insecure 3. unfriendly sel?sh 4. untrustworthy dishonest 5. lazy kind 6. generous friendly 7. honest imaginative 8. insensitive wise 9. nasty hardworking 10. unimatinative
  39. What are the opposites? Write the answers in your note-book. 8 sensitive 1. self confident 4 trustworthy 2. foolish 1 insecure 3. unfriendly 6 sel?sh 4. untrustworthy dishonest 5. lazy kind 6. generous friendly 7. honest imaginative 8. insensitive wise 9. nasty hardworking 10. unimatinative
  40. What are the opposites? Write the answers in your note-book. 8 sensitive 1. self confident 4 trustworthy 2. foolish 1 insecure 3. unfriendly 6 sel?sh 4. untrustworthy 7 dishonest 5. lazy kind 6. generous friendly 7. honest imaginative 8. insensitive wise 9. nasty hardworking 10. unimatinative
  41. What are the opposites? Write the answers in your note-book. 8 sensitive 1. self confident 4 trustworthy 2. foolish 1 insecure 3. unfriendly 6 sel?sh 4. untrustworthy 7 dishonest 5. lazy 9 kind 6. generous friendly 7. honest imaginative 8. insensitive wise 9. nasty hardworking 10. unimatinative
  42. What are the opposites? Write the answers in your note-book. 8 sensitive 1. self confident 4 trustworthy 2. foolish 1 insecure 3. unfriendly 6 sel?sh 4. untrustworthy 7 dishonest 5. lazy 9 kind 6. generous 3 friendly 7. honest imaginative 8. insensitive wise 9. nasty hardworking 10. unimatinative
  43. What are the opposites? Write the answers in your note-book. 8 sensitive 1. self confident 4 trustworthy 2. foolish 1 insecure 3. unfriendly 6 sel?sh 4. untrustworthy 7 dishonest 5. lazy 9 kind 6. generous 3 friendly 7. honest 10 imaginative 8. insensitive wise 9. nasty hardworking 10. unimatinative
  44. What are the opposites? Write the answers in your note-book. 8 sensitive 1. self confident 4 trustworthy 2. foolish 1 insecure 3. unfriendly 6 sel?sh 4. untrustworthy 7 dishonest 5. lazy 9 kind 6. generous 3 friendly 7. honest 10 imaginative 8. insensitive 2 wise 9. nasty hardworking 10. unimatinative
  45. What are the opposites? Write the answers in your note-book. 8 sensitive 1. self confident 4 trustworthy 2. foolish 1 insecure 3. unfriendly 6 sel?sh 4. untrustworthy 7 dishonest 5. lazy 9 kind 6. generous 3 friendly 7. honest 10 imaginative 8. insensitive 2 wise 9. nasty 5 hardworking 10. unimatinative
  46. The same – BUT different
  47. The same – BUT different GAME: " guess the information " " " " " before reading the text.
  48. The same – BUT different JENNIFER and LISA Twin sisters GAME: " guess the information " " " " " before reading the text.
  49. The same – BUT different 1. What kind of relationship have Jennifer and Lisa got? 2. Why does Jennifer tell Martha her secrets? 3. Has Jennifer got a good relationship with Kate? 4. Who is fed up with their teacher? Why? 5. Is Lisa friends with Kate?
  50. Read the text — page 16 1. What kind of relationship have Jennifer and Lisa got? 2. Why does Jennifer tell Martha her secrets? 3. Has Jennifer got a good relationship with Kate? 4. Who is fed up with their teacher? Why? 5. Is Lisa friends with Kate?
  51. Read the text — page 16 1. What kind of relationship have They have got a good relationship. Jennifer and Lisa got? 2. Why does Jennifer tell Martha her secrets? 3. Has Jennifer got a good relationship with Kate? 4. Who is fed up with their teacher? Why? 5. Is Lisa friends with Kate?
  52. Read the text — page 16 1. What kind of relationship have They have got a good relationship. Jennifer and Lisa got? 2. Why does Jennifer tell Martha Because she thinks she is trustworthy. her secrets? 3. Has Jennifer got a good relationship with Kate? 4. Who is fed up with their teacher? Why? 5. Is Lisa friends with Kate?
  53. Read the text — page 16 1. What kind of relationship have They have got a good relationship. Jennifer and Lisa got? 2. Why does Jennifer tell Martha Because she thinks she is trustworthy. her secrets? 3. Has Jennifer got a good No, she hasn?t. relationship with Kate? 4. Who is fed up with their teacher? Why? 5. Is Lisa friends with Kate?
  54. Read the text — page 16 1. What kind of relationship have They have got a good relationship. Jennifer and Lisa got? 2. Why does Jennifer tell Martha Because she thinks she is trustworthy. her secrets? 3. Has Jennifer got a good No, she hasn?t. relationship with Kate? Jennifer because 4. Who is fed up with their she never lets her teacher? Why? do what she wants. 5. Is Lisa friends with Kate?
  55. Read the text — page 16 1. What kind of relationship have They have got a good relationship. Jennifer and Lisa got? 2. Why does Jennifer tell Martha Because she thinks she is trustworthy. her secrets? 3. Has Jennifer got a good No, she hasn?t. relationship with Kate? Jennifer because 4. Who is fed up with their she never lets her teacher? Why? do what she wants. 5. Is Lisa friends with Kate? Yes, they are best friends.
  56. The same – BUT different Exercises book — page 17 Exercise 4 and 5 4. Match the words 1. adult - d. 18 - 64 2. teenager - a. 13 - 19 3. child - b. 0- 12 4. senior - c. 65 or more
  57. Match the de?nitions to the adjectives: book — page 17, exercise 5 1. show understanding of sensitive people’s problems trustworthy 2. helpful towards others, caring insecure 3. able to think of new things sel?sh 4. care only about yourself dishonest 5. tell lies kind 6. enjoy working friendly 7. not have enough imaginative confidence in yourself wise 8. enjoy being with others hardworking 9. able to make sensible decisions 10. responsible, can be trusted
  58. Match the de?nitions to the adjectives: book — page 17, exercise 5 1. show understanding of 1 sensitive people’s problems trustworthy 2. helpful towards others, caring insecure 3. able to think of new things sel?sh 4. care only about yourself dishonest 5. tell lies kind 6. enjoy working friendly 7. not have enough imaginative confidence in yourself wise 8. enjoy being with others hardworking 9. able to make sensible decisions 10. responsible, can be trusted
  59. Match the de?nitions to the adjectives: book — page 17, exercise 5 1. show understanding of 1 sensitive people’s problems 10 trustworthy 2. helpful towards others, caring insecure 3. able to think of new things sel?sh 4. care only about yourself dishonest 5. tell lies kind 6. enjoy working friendly 7. not have enough imaginative confidence in yourself wise 8. enjoy being with others hardworking 9. able to make sensible decisions 10. responsible, can be trusted
  60. Match the de?nitions to the adjectives: book — page 17, exercise 5 1. show understanding of 1 sensitive people’s problems 10 trustworthy 2. helpful towards others, caring 7 insecure 3. able to think of new things sel?sh 4. care only about yourself dishonest 5. tell lies kind 6. enjoy working friendly 7. not have enough imaginative confidence in yourself wise 8. enjoy being with others hardworking 9. able to make sensible decisions 10. responsible, can be trusted
  61. Match the de?nitions to the adjectives: book — page 17, exercise 5 1. show understanding of 1 sensitive people’s problems 10 trustworthy 2. helpful towards others, caring 7 insecure 3. able to think of new things 4 sel?sh 4. care only about yourself dishonest 5. tell lies kind 6. enjoy working friendly 7. not have enough imaginative confidence in yourself wise 8. enjoy being with others hardworking 9. able to make sensible decisions 10. responsible, can be trusted
  62. Match the de?nitions to the adjectives: book — page 17, exercise 5 1. show understanding of 1 sensitive people’s problems 10 trustworthy 2. helpful towards others, caring 7 insecure 3. able to think of new things 4 sel?sh 4. care only about yourself 5 dishonest 5. tell lies kind 6. enjoy working friendly 7. not have enough imaginative confidence in yourself wise 8. enjoy being with others hardworking 9. able to make sensible decisions 10. responsible, can be trusted
  63. Match the de?nitions to the adjectives: book — page 17, exercise 5 1. show understanding of 1 sensitive people’s problems 10 trustworthy 2. helpful towards others, caring 7 insecure 3. able to think of new things 4 sel?sh 4. care only about yourself 5 dishonest 5. tell lies 2 kind 6. enjoy working friendly 7. not have enough imaginative confidence in yourself wise 8. enjoy being with others hardworking 9. able to make sensible decisions 10. responsible, can be trusted
  64. Match the de?nitions to the adjectives: book — page 17, exercise 5 1. show understanding of 1 sensitive people’s problems 10 trustworthy 2. helpful towards others, caring 7 insecure 3. able to think of new things 4 sel?sh 4. care only about yourself 5 dishonest 5. tell lies 2 kind 6. enjoy working 8 friendly 7. not have enough imaginative confidence in yourself wise 8. enjoy being with others hardworking 9. able to make sensible decisions 10. responsible, can be trusted
  65. Match the de?nitions to the adjectives: book — page 17, exercise 5 1. show understanding of 1 sensitive people’s problems 10 trustworthy 2. helpful towards others, caring 7 insecure 3. able to think of new things 4 sel?sh 4. care only about yourself 5 dishonest 5. tell lies 2 kind 6. enjoy working 8 friendly 7. not have enough 3 imaginative confidence in yourself wise 8. enjoy being with others hardworking 9. able to make sensible decisions 10. responsible, can be trusted
  66. Match the de?nitions to the adjectives: book — page 17, exercise 5 1. show understanding of 1 sensitive people’s problems 10 trustworthy 2. helpful towards others, caring 7 insecure 3. able to think of new things 4 sel?sh 4. care only about yourself 5 dishonest 5. tell lies 2 kind 6. enjoy working 8 friendly 7. not have enough 3 imaginative confidence in yourself 9 wise 8. enjoy being with others hardworking 9. able to make sensible decisions 10. responsible, can be trusted
  67. Match the de?nitions to the adjectives: book — page 17, exercise 5 1. show understanding of 1 sensitive people’s problems 10 trustworthy 2. helpful towards others, caring 7 insecure 3. able to think of new things 4 sel?sh 4. care only about yourself 5 dishonest 5. tell lies 2 kind 6. enjoy working 8 friendly 7. not have enough 3 imaginative confidence in yourself 9 wise 8. enjoy being with others 6 hardworking 9. able to make sensible decisions 10. responsible, can be trusted
  68. You Are Always There After page 115 – page SS1

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