Appearances Vocabulary Physical appearance HAIR fair short straight HEAD/FACE _ LIPS thin full row long, wavy ear ch eek mouth neck tongue dark curly eye nose mustache teeth beard chin
Appearances WEIGHT. thin HEIGHT _ short slim of medium height chubby tall well-built
Appearances Grammar Have AFFIRMATIVE a) Read the table. l/You/We/They have blue eyes. He/She/lt has blue eyes. QUESTIONS Do l/you/we/they have long hair? Does he/she/it have long hair? NEGATIVE l/You/We/They don't have green eyes. He/She/lt doesn't have green eyes. SHORT ANSWERS Yes, l/you/we/they do. No, l/you/we/they don't. Yes, he/she/it does. No, he/she/it doesn't. We use have/has to express possession. I have blue eyes. My friend has long hair.
EL USO DE LOS VERBOS AUXILIARES DO- DOES DO HE SHE DOES you WE THEY Los auxiliares "Do" "DOES" se utilizan cuando creas una una oraci6n en negativo o en pregunta.
Appearances -1 2 b) Look at the pictures and complete the 1 2 3 4 5 6 sentences with: have don't have Betty doesn't have blue eyes. has She Sam doesn't have ) t has dark hair. He Lyn and Betty don't have ) curly hair. has straight hair. Betty Mark doesn't have) dark hair. Mark and Sam don't have ) short hair. fair hair.
c) Fill in: do Appearances does Does Betty have long, straight hair? 1 Yes, she does. 2 3 4 5 6 DO Does Does Does Do Sam and Mark have beards? Mark have long hair? Sam have wavy hair? Sam have a mustache? Lyn and Sam have full lips?