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VOCABULARI Take after curly straight Identical twins Thin thinner heavy tall small Blond hair Dark hair Old person Young pearson Who does she look like? She takes after my dad bald alike wavy goatee sideburns feature skinny freckles appearance Over there beard wire on teeth wire cornrows corn rows Shaved head fingernails Pierce ears ponytail spyked braces braids Kind of weird instead striped skirt row back I’d like to meet her friendly backpack

UNIT 11 Parecerte a alguien de tu família Rizado, ensortijado liso gemelos Delgado Más delgada grueso alto Bajo Cabello rubio Cabello oscuro Persona mayor Persona joven A quien se parece ella? Se parece a mi papa calvo igual ondulado Barba de chivo patillas característica Flaco-a pecas apariencia Por ahí barba Aparato en los dientes alambre Trenzas cosidas africanas maiz hileras Afeitado de cabeza Uñas de las manos Perforadas las orejas Cola de caballo Cabello peinado en punta Tirantes (brackets on teeth) trenzas Tipo extraño En lugar de A rayas falda Fila, hilera Espalda, atras Me gustaria conocerla amigable mochila


Trouser pant Of medium height wadrobe Courdory pants Rubber soles Lace shoes The hair hangs twist Twisted pieces Grow chin cheeks loose trousers legs outside baggy Don’t look now They hurt my feet Foot/feet Diving wasch Platform shoes sweatband shoulders pad Shoulder pads bling perm almost able otherwise I may not do anything. I kind of need a break still Get in shape Work out trends hairstyles Dyed hair Afro hair highlights French braid Mullet hair Bleach your hair

pantalon De mediana estatura vestuario Pantalones de pana Suelas de goma Zapatos de cordon cuelga torsión enroscadas crecer barbilla mejillas Sueltos, flojos pantalones piernas A los lados holados No mires ahora Dañaron mis pies Pie/pies Reloj resistente al agua Zapatos con plataforma Cinta alrededor de la cabeza para recoger sudor hombros almohadilla hombreras Muchos anillos y brazaletes y cosas que llevaban los cantantes negros permanente casi De otro modo, por el contrario.. Puede que no haga nada. Yo necesito un descanso. todavia Ponerse en forma Hacer gimnasia tendencias Pelo teñido Peinado afro mechas Trenza francesa que sale de la parte alta de la cabeza Peinado corto por la parte de arriba y largo en la espalda Blanquear el pelo


nearly stylish The 90’s (de naintis) The 20th century come back again and again begin Early (In the early’50s... into Spiky hair Soap opera Big hair full Long curly hair became fake real in out acessories Dress pants briefcases casual Pale green bright blue colorful Fashionable fasnebol fashions To get teenagers I can’t stand pink hair GRAMMAR Describing people: have got Do they look alike = Do They look the same? No they look totally dyferent You can ask “what color..” to ask about the color of someone’s hair or eyes. You can use the verb have to talk about someone’s hair or eyes You can use the verb have got to describe someone’s hair or eyes. She has got= she’s got Have got=have I’ve got= I have got

casi Elegante estiloso con clase Los años 90 El siglo 20 Volver una y otra vez empezar Los primeros, al principio, los tempranos A comienzo de los 50... En (cambio), impacto contra algo, entrar Pelo en punta telenovela Cabello rizado, largo y espeso. Lleno, completo, natural Pelo llargo y rizado Regresó, volvió imitación autentico De moda No se lleva, anticuado accesorios Pantalones de vestir Portafolio, maletin informal Verde pálido Azul brillante colorido De moda modas Para obtener adolescentes No puedo soportar el pelo rosa Son iguales? No, son totalmente diferentes What color is celia’s hair? It’s blond. What color is celia’s eyes? They’re brown Does she have curly hair? No, she has straight hair Does she have brown eyes? No, she has blue eyes. Does she have curly hair? No, she’s got straight hair Who’s got curly hair? I do. I’ve got curly hair.


You’ve got = you have got We’ve got = we have got They’ve got= They have got She’s got= She has got He’s got= he has got It’s got= he has got Who’s got= Who has got IN CONVERSATION: Don’t confuse these question: What’s she like? What does she look like?

PHRASES WITH VERB+-ING AND PREPOSITIONS You can use phrases with verb+-ing: • to describe people • to describe what the person is doing or wearing • in questions You can use phrases with prepositions to describe people You can use with to describe what someone looks like • She’s the women with the long hair You can use with or in to describe what someone is wearing • She is the women with the black pants • She is the women in the black pants You can use by or next to to describe where someone is • She’s the woman by the table • She’s the woman next to the window You can use phrases with prepositions in questions • Who’s the guy in the blue shirt? You can use the pronoun one instead woman or man • Which one is your roommate? She’s the one standyng by the table. REMEMBER What’s his/her name? What do you call them/it? What do you call that/those? STRATEGY PLUS You can use you mean to suggest a word if someone is trying to remember it: • He wears those baggy pants. What do you call them? You mean the cargo pants You can ask Do you mean...? to check what

Qué tipo de persona es ella? Es elegante, es agradable...( She’s nice, she’s smart..) Que aspecto tiene? Puedes describirla? ( can you describe her? She’s tall and thin)


someone is talking about: • He had a little beard. What do you call that? Do you mean a goetee Ordinal nimbers: First 20th= vigésimo Second 30th Third 20th century = siglo XX Fourth Fifth Sixth Seventh Eighth Nineth Tenth Eleventh Twelveth 1950s the nineteen fifty’s Ten, twenty, thirty, forty, fifty, sixty, seventy. Eighty, ninety, hundred. one hundred and one, one hundred and two two hundred thousand, thousand one two thousand Nineteen-hundred and thirteen (1913) Nineteen-hundred and forty( 1940) A million

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