1. Match the parts of the face to the correct number: cheek, parting, fringe, forehead, eyebrow, nose, ear, moustache, eyelash, chin, neck, beard, throat, jaw, mouth, lip, hairdo.
2. Read the three texts and study the pictures below. Say what picture belongs to each text.
a) b) c)
d)He saw a tall, beautiful woman dressed with careful and expensive informality in a white lace blouse with a silk ribbon round the throut and fawn trousers… It was a distinguished face with deep-set, widely-spaced eyes beneath straight brows, a well-shaped , rather secretive mouth and strong, greying hair swept upwards and curled into a chignon.
e)She wore a pale blue cashmere sweater and a grey flannel skirt, schoolgirl’s clothes, which made her seem younger than her age. She was about twenty-five. Her face was framed by thick hair, in a colour midway between blonde and brown , and held back by a grey velvet band. The skin was fine and she had large, rather beautiful dark blue eyes, with long colourless lashes.
f)Temple was a small stocky man in his early fifties. His jaw line had long ago disappeared into one of his chins. His pepper and salt hair was cut short with high temple, he was almost bald.He had a dark bushy drooping moustache that grew well over his top lip. His nose was small, almost snub, and hia eyes were pale.
3. Complete the diagram with words from the text. CLOTHES: Articles and Materials
Personal AppearanceBUILD sweater cashmere
fine GENERAL APPEARANCE short
5. Add the following words to the diagram: wavy, pretty, ponytail, pale, overweight, straight, plain, plait, wrinkles, beautiful, curly, skinny, balding, shoulder-length, well-built, ugly, sun-tanned, spots, freckles, broad-shouldered, bun.
6.Choose two or three of the words from Ex.5 to fit in each sentence.
a) His hair is…
b) She doesn’t like her skin because she’s got …
c) She’s on special diet because she is…
d) Unlike his brother, who is rather thin, he’s tall and…
e) The best models always seem to be …
f) His mother is a … woman.
g) Her … face is always kind.
Determiners – a, an, the, my, your, several, etc.
Qualities – lovely, boring, stimulating, etc.
Size – tiny, small, huge, etc.
Shape – round, square, rectangular, etc.
Age – old, new, ancient, etc.
Color – red, blue, green, etc.
Origin – British, American, Mexican, etc.
Material – gold, copper, silk, etc.
EYES: quality + size + shape + colour = kind big oval blue eyes
Clothes: quality + size + shape + colour + material = a smart small green velvet jacket
Hair: quality + length + texture + style + colour=fine shoulder-length thick wavy brown hair
Put the words in the correct order:
She wore a velvet/red/tight-fitted dress.
He’s got brown/deep-set/large eyes.
The girl had auburn/wavy/long hair.
I’m looking for a cotton/white/large sweater.
The boy had dark/long hair.
The cat’s eyes were green/angree/oval.
She came in the room in lacquered/white/with high heels boots.
The interesting/blue/ rectangular/small car is parked in my space.
I bought a silk/beautiful/red/ long/ Italian tie.
My father lives in a lovely/brick/ gigantic/ancient house.
I have an tin/annoying/small,American/circular alarm clock that wakes me up.
Let’s order a huge/delicious/rectangular/pepperoni pizza.
We all love our smart/petite/British teacher.
They all received several /ancient/gold/dazzlin/ small coins.
She owns a stunning/ large/brown/old dog named Boris.
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