Straight hair, curly hair, fair hair, dark hair, a ponytail, a beard,
a moustache, glasses. Pop star, farmer, dancer, baker, clown, and teacher.
Skirt, trousers, shoes, socks, T-shirt, hat, jacket, dress and shirt,
Big, long, new, teacher, sorry, short, eyes, August, music, friend, skateboard, swim. Colours.
Ow!, school play, costume(s), straw hat, boy, girl, food, fantastic, friend, Halloween, party, witch, choose, cut, draw, star scar, skip, very far, Good luck!, lots of, people, play the game.
He has got (a beard)?, Yes, he has. No, He hasn’t.
He’s/She’s got (straight hair)?, He/She hasn’t got (glasses).
Review of previous units
I’ve got (a black hat), It’s a (red skirt), How old is he/she?
What’s his /her name?, I’m (Matt) (blue) eyes, I’ve got (a beard).
Tom’s/She’s wearing (a T-shirt).
Who’s got (a pony tail)?, What colour’s (the skirt)?, What’s this?
Where are the clothes?, What’s in the box, Who’s this?, Where are they?
I can’t see (Matt), He’s wearing (his costume), I’m not (Matt).
What are you doing?, Who is (Mr Brown)?, Can you see (Matt)?
What’s his/her favourite colour?, Point to…, Is that correct?
What number’s (Ben), Hats off to (the baker), everybody who works,
It’s a (boy), Can you see me?, I love (the carnival), We are wearing (costumes), He can (skip), He can’t (swim) very far.
Tanto el vocabulario como las estructuras activas son las que usa el alumnado en la comunicación, el pasivo es lo que el discente entiende pero todavía no usa.
Practise English with games