2- Look at the accessories.
What clothes and accessories do you wear at work/school?What clothes and accessories do you wear at the weekend?
example I wear ....
Look at Helen’s picture and choose the correct option to complete each sentence below.
1 Helen’s wearing a blue / white blouse.
2 Helen’s got black / blonde hair.
3 Helen’s wearing a black / grey jacket.
4 Helen’s carrying a bag / an umbrella.
5 Helen’s medium-height / tall.
C. Do you think John and Helen are good friends?
1. We can describe someone with be
and have got
.be + adjective
slim.have got + noun
* I’ve got
= I have got
** He’s got
= He has gotQuestions
What do you look like?
What does he / she look like?
2. We can say what is true about someone now with the present continuous
.be + -ing form of the verb + noun
a suit and a white blouse.
on the platform.
he / she wearing
he / she doing
?Tip : Have got and have both mean the same.
I have got brown eyes.
I have brown eyes.
Have got is more common in spoken British English.
Work with a partner. Look at each other for 30 seconds, then sit back-to-back.
Make a note of what your partner looks like, and what they are wearing.Stay back-to-back and describe your partner.
Listen to what your partner says. Correct your partner if they are wrong.example
A : You've got long , black hair.
B : No, I've got long, brown hair