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sexta-feira, 16 de fevereiro de 2018

Listening comprehension - describing people

1
 Repeat

A: Have you seen the new girl in school?

B: No, I haven't.

A: She's really pretty.

B: Describe her to me.

A: She's not too tall.

B: Well, how tall is she?

A: She's about five feet even.

B: What does she look like, though?

A: She has pretty light brown eyes.

B: I may know which girl you're talking about.

A: So you have seen her around?

B: Yes, I have.


2
 Repeat

A: There's a new girl in school, have you seen her yet?

B: I haven't seen her yet.

A: I think that she is very pretty.

B: Tell me how she looks.

A: She's kind of short.

B: What height is she?

A: She's probably about five feet.

B: That's nice, but tell me what she looks like.

A: The first thing I noticed was her beautiful brown eyes.

B: I think I might've bumped into her before.

A: Are you telling me that you've seen her before?

B: I believe so.


3
 Repeat

A: Have you met the new girl?

B: No. Have you?

A: She's one of the prettiest girls at the school.

B: What does she look like?

A: Well, she's quite short.

B: How tall would you say that she is?

A: I would say she's only five feet.

B: What about her facial features?

A: She has light brown eyes, absolutely beautiful.

B: I think I know who you're talking about.

A: Have you seen her?

B: I think that I have.