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DESCRIBING PEOPLE AND THINGS

DESCRIBING PEOPLE AND THINGS

DESCRIBING PEOPLE

DESCRIBING PEOPLE

DESCRIBING PEOPLE (APPEARANCE)

DESCRIBING PEOPLE (APPEARANCE)

Hair *Type - Straight hair - Wavy hair

Hair *Type - Straight hair - Wavy hair

Hair - Curly hair *Haircut - A crew-cut

Hair - Curly hair *Haircut - A crew-cut

Hair *Quantity - Bald head -Receding hair

Hair *Quantity - Bald head -Receding hair

Hair * Color Auburn Red Hair color Black Ginger Grey Dark White Blonde Fair

Hair * Color Auburn Red Hair color Black Ginger Grey Dark White Blonde Fair

Face - Thin -Round

Face - Thin -Round

Face -Chubby -With beard and moustache

Face -Chubby -With beard and moustache

Skin and Complexion - Dark -Fair

Skin and Complexion - Dark -Fair

Skin and Complexion - With freckles - With wrinkles

Skin and Complexion - With freckles - With wrinkles

Height and Build - Plump (positive) or stout. - Slim (positive)

Height and Build - Plump (positive) or stout. - Slim (positive)

Height and Build - Obese, fat (negative) overweight (neutral) -Stocky

Height and Build - Obese, fat (negative) overweight (neutral) -Stocky

Height and Build -Muscular (well-built) - Anorexic

Height and Build -Muscular (well-built) - Anorexic

General Appearance Intellectual Ability Smart Intelligent Stupid clever Brilliant -Smart=intelligent=clever=brilliant # stupid

General Appearance Intellectual Ability Smart Intelligent Stupid clever Brilliant -Smart=intelligent=clever=brilliant # stupid

General Appearance Elegant (women) The way people dress Scruffy Well-dressed Untidy-looking -Elegant=well-dressed#scruffy=untidy-looking.

General Appearance Elegant (women) The way people dress Scruffy Well-dressed Untidy-looking -Elegant=well-dressed#scruffy=untidy-looking.

General Appearance Beautiful (women) The way people look Handsome (men) Good-looking Unattractive Attractive -good-looking=attractive=beautiful

General Appearance Beautiful (women) The way people look Handsome (men) Good-looking Unattractive Attractive -good-looking=attractive=beautiful =handsome#unattractive

More Adjective suffixes -ish *Tallish She is tallish. * Brownish He has brownish hair

More Adjective suffixes -ish *Tallish She is tallish. * Brownish He has brownish hair * Thirtyish He must be thirtyish.

ASSIGNMENT • DESCRIBE A PERSON IN GENERAL APPEARANCE • (e. g. YOUR BOSS, FAMOUS

ASSIGNMENT • DESCRIBE A PERSON IN GENERAL APPEARANCE • (e. g. YOUR BOSS, FAMOUS PEOPLE, etc) • My Boss is a man. He is a smart person. He is also well dressed and handsome. • DESCRIBE AN OCCUPATION • (e. g. Secretary, cashier, etc) • For example : A Secretary • A secretary is a person with a good looking appearance. She is making administrative work and scheduling the activities of her boss. • Other examples: • a marketing staff/ manager, a production manager, a financial staff/ manager, accountant, HR (Human Resources) Manager (Business Managementt student) • A journalist, a presenter (communication student)

References • Understanding and Using English Grammar, by. Betty S. Azar • Business English

References • Understanding and Using English Grammar, by. Betty S. Azar • Business English • WWW. fac. ksu. edu. sa/sites/. . . /Describing_People_0. ppt. T has been downloaded in November 2014

DESCRIBING THINGS

DESCRIBING THINGS

Describing shapes (descriptive classifiers) (2 h)DCL: claw “sphere” (2 h)DCL: B S “cone” (2

Describing shapes (descriptive classifiers) (2 h)DCL: claw “sphere” (2 h)DCL: B S “cone” (2 h)DCL: curved-L “disk” DCL: C “cylinder” (2 h)DCL: B “cube”

Describing Sizes • very small, thin, narrow, etc. • average or medium size •

Describing Sizes • very small, thin, narrow, etc. • average or medium size • very large, wide, tall, etc.

Describing patterns on objects and surfaces: DCL “object” [(wh)DCL “object”/DCL “pattern or design” •

Describing patterns on objects and surfaces: DCL “object” [(wh)DCL “object”/DCL “pattern or design” • A dunce cap with polka dots • DCL: B – S “cap with polka dots • Dinner plate with one line around it • DCL: curved-L “plate with one line around it • A speckled bird egg • EGG, DCL “speckled egg”

Describing Textures: DCL “object” DCL “texture” Puff cheeks • Rock wall, iguana • DCL

Describing Textures: DCL “object” DCL “texture” Puff cheeks • Rock wall, iguana • DCL “bumpy” th • Banged up pots and • DCL “dented” pans • Wood floor warped from dampness th • DCL “warped” oo • DCL “very smooth”, “shiny” • Lacquered jewelry box, crystal ball

Describe texture DCL “object” DCL “texture” Tight lips • DCL “very solid” • Steel

Describe texture DCL “object” DCL “texture” Tight lips • DCL “very solid” • Steel ball, weights Puff cheeks • DCL “soft” • Pillows, clouds oo • DCL “fuzzy” • Rabbit’s ear, peach

Symmetrical Shapes • Use both hands at the same time

Symmetrical Shapes • Use both hands at the same time

Asymmetrical Shapes • Use non-dominate hand to draw a shape or as starting point

Asymmetrical Shapes • Use non-dominate hand to draw a shape or as starting point • Use dominate hand to finish the shape

Review (do you remember any of these? ) • WOOD • CLAY • FABRIC

Review (do you remember any of these? ) • WOOD • CLAY • FABRIC • PLASTIC • METAL • CERAMIC • PAPER • GLASS • RUBBER • BLUE • GREEN • RED • BLACK • PURPLE • BROWN • YELLOW

Instrument Classifiers • Use weak hand to hold a reference point as you show

Instrument Classifiers • Use weak hand to hold a reference point as you show to use the lids, pumps, and handles • Open a jar of pickles • Pump soap out • Pull drawer open

Practice • Describe a product (based on your major, e. g. PC, phone, dairy

Practice • Describe a product (based on your major, e. g. PC, phone, dairy product etc) • For Example: A liquid soap (M. BIS student) • A liquid soap usually packed in a plastic bottle. It is a liquid thing with specific fragrance and colour. Its function is cleaning the body. If you want to use this product, open the lids for the first time, pour into your hand, spread to all of your body. After that, you wash your body with water.

 • KOM/ TEL STUDENT • A Phone/ Mobile Phone: • A phone is

• KOM/ TEL STUDENT • A Phone/ Mobile Phone: • A phone is a solid thing. It is a small size. . . It is used for telling information etc. . • TIK STUDENT: • A Personal Computer/ PC • A PC consist of CPU

TEL KOM • Microphone, tv, newspaper, magazine, radio, digital camera • A phone is.

TEL KOM • Microphone, tv, newspaper, magazine, radio, digital camera • A phone is. . . how to use

References • Understanding and Using English Grammar, by. Betty S. Azar • Business English

References • Understanding and Using English Grammar, by. Betty S. Azar • Business English • PPT www. gcisd-k 12. org/. . . /filedownload. ashx ASL II unit 16 has been downloaded in November 2014