We often talk about what people look like, what they are wearing, or what they are like.
In English, there are many ways to describe people. Here are some examples.
What does he look like?
He's got big blue eyes.
What is she like?
She is happy and cute.
Let's play the game! Can you find my friend?
My friend is wearing a blue scarf, blue gloves and a white-green cap.
I'm Snow Pig.
I'm wearing a blue scarf, blue gloves and a white-pink cap.
I'm wearing a blue scarf, blue gloves and a white-blue cap.
I'm wearing a blue scarf, blue gloves and a white-green cap.
I'm wearing a blue scarf, yellow gloves and a white-yellow cap.
To describe a person, we often use adjectives. When we use more than one adjective, we have to put them in the right order.
Here are some examples.
I have got big ears.
I have got big blue eyes.
I'm wearing a big, gold crown.
I'm wearing a big, cone-shaped, purple hat.
Look at the pictures below and try to describe our friends.
For example, Bobo has long ears. He is wearing blue jeans.
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