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Appearances-What do you know about appearances?

Play this jeopardy game for a full review of all of the vocabulary you have learned! (Make sure number of teams is 1 and click START, then click on a number under any column) Say the answer out loud, then click correct response, then continue.

Watch this youtube video (4:49) about describing your appearance.

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Appearance-What kind of hairstyle do you prefer?

The “appearance” series would be beneficial for those taking the any of the Cambridge exams. You have to talk about pictures during the exam. The information given here will help you when you don’t know how to describe the rest of the picture.

I recommend reading the vocabulary sheet below and then doing the exercises in the following order. I recommend this order based on my years as not only a teacher but also a student of Spanish. First, you read the list with the vocabulary. Then doing flashcards helps solidify the word in your mind. Doing the word search helps because you are still getting used to the word. In this way, you are just identifying it. The word search requires that you think about the clue then spell the word that you have now seen 3 times previously. When possible, I will also direct you to a podcast and and article to read to further cement the word in your mind. At the end of the series, you will play a game of jeopardy or other game to review what you have learned to, once again, solidify the words you have learned.

Topic- Physical appearance #1 with vocabulary- hairstyles page only

Click here for flashcards (and more games!)

Click here for a word search (the password for the answer key is answerkey)

Click here for a crossword puzzle (the password for the answer key is answerkey)

 

 

 

 

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Appearances: Do you know how to talk about weight and build?

The “appearance” series would be beneficial for those taking the FIRST exam. You have to talk about pictures during the exam. The information given here will help you when you don’t know how to describe the rest of the picture.

I recommend reading the vocabulary sheet below and then doing the exercises in the following order. I recommend this order based on my years as not only a teacher but also a student of Spanish. First, you read the list with the vocabulary. Then doing flashcards helps solidify the word in your mind. Doing the word search helps because you are still getting used to the word. In this way, you are just identifying it. The word search requires that you think about the clue then spell the word that you have now seen 3 times previously. When possible, I will also direct you to a podcast and and article to read to further cement the word in your mind. At the end of the series, you will play a game of jeopardy or other game to review what you have learned to, once again, solidify the words you have learned.

Topic- Physical appearance #1 with vocabulary- weight and build

Click here for a wordsearch (the password for the answer key is answerkey)

Click here for flashcards (and more games!)

Click here for a crossword puzzle. (the password for the answer key is answerkey)

Check out this podcast that discusses some vocabulary here as well as some extras!

Welcome to your physical appearance word scramble

1) ceiaatmed
2) mils
3) bleefe
4) wigethevor
5) umcsluar

 


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Appearance-Do you know how to talk about hair and height?

The “appearance” series would be beneficial for those taking the FIRST exam. You have to talk about pictures during the exam. The information given here will help you when you don’t know how to describe the rest of the picture.

I recommend reading the vocabulary sheet below and then doing the exercises in the following order. I recommend this order based on my years as not only a teacher but also a student of Spanish. First, you read the list with the vocabulary. Then doing flashcards helps solidify the word in your mind. Doing the word search helps because you are still getting used to the word. In this way, you are just identifying it. The word search requires that you think about the clue then spell the word that you have now seen 3 times previously. When possible, I will also direct you to a podcast and and article to read to further cement the word in your mind. At the end of the series, you will play a game of jeopardy or other game to review what you have learned to, once again, solidify the words you have learned.

Topic- Physical appearance #1 with vocabulary hair, height, descriptions

Click here for flashcards (and more games!)

Click here for a wordsearch (the key word for the answer key is: answerkey)

Click here for a crossword puzzle (the key word for the answer key is: answerkey)

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Describing pictures (great for exam preparation!)

woman reading book outside

describing pictures 1

What is the woman doing?
What season does it appear to be?
She is laying ________
She is laying ___________
She is a ___________
What is she wearing around her neck?

 

 

 

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Appearance-What do you know about skin?

The “appearance” series would be beneficial for those taking the FIRST exam. You have to talk about pictures during the exam. The information given here will help you when you don’t know how to describe the rest of the picture.

I recommend reading the vocabulary sheet below and then doing the exercises in the following order. I recommend this order based on my years as not only a teacher but also a student of Spanish. First, you read the list with the vocabulary. Then doing flashcards helps solidify the word in your mind. Doing the word search helps because you are still getting used to the word. In this way, you are just identifying it. The word search requires that you think about the clue then spell the word that you have now seen 3 times previously. When possible, I will also direct you to a podcast and and article to read to further cement the word in your mind. At the end of the series, you will play a game of jeopardy or other game to review what you have learned to, once again, solidify the words you have learned.

Topic- Physical appearance #1 with vocabulary – skin

Click here for flashcards (and more games!)

Click here for a wordsearch (the password for the answer key is answerkey)

Click here for a crossword (the password for the answer key is answerkey)

Read this advertisement to see some of the words in context.

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New song Sunday! Katy Perry “Roar”-lyrics and a couple of expressions.

Katy Perry Roar Lyrics (First part of the song)

I used to bite my tongue and hold my

 
Scared to rock the boat and make a 

 
So I sat quietly, politely

 
I guess that I  I had a choice

 
I let you push me past the  point

 
I stood for, so I fell for everything

 
You held me , but I got up (hey!)

 
Already brushing off the  

 
You hear my , you hear that sound

 
Like , gonna shake your ground

 
You held me down, but I got  

 
Get ready 'cause I've had  

 
I see it all, I see it  

 
I got the eye of the tiger, a  

 
through the fire

 
'Cause I am the , and you're gonna hear me roar

 
Louder, louder than a  

 
Now I'm  like a butterfly
like a bee, I earned my stripes
I went from zero, to my own 

[chorus]

Katy Perry Roar-expressions etc.

What does 'I used to bite my tongue..." mean?
What does 'scared to rock the boat' mean?

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When do you use the verb take?

In this post, I will focus just on the verb take. (This is a continuation of make and do-if you want to review make and do go here)

  • take action
  • take advantage of (somebody)
  • take a bath/show
  • take a taxi
  • take notes
  • take someone’s place
  • take someone’s temperature
  • take a photo
  • take a bite
  • take a bus/plane/train
  • take a nap
  • take a look
  • take an opportunity
  • take turns
  • take your time
  • take a risk
  • take an exam
  • take a class
  • take a chance
  • take care (of)
  • take a break
  • take advice
  • take part in something

Ready to take a quiz?

Welcome to your make do take #1

______ notes
_______ a threat
_______ someone's temperature
_______ research
____ business (with)
____ homework/housework
____ a photo
________ a phone call
_______ the bed
_________ someone's place
______ a mistake
____ good/harm

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