21st June 2020
Don’t judge a book by its cover
A chance to review recent adjectives, and to practise constructing longer, more detailed sentences. There are some repeated words and phrases along with some new ones.
Look at my friends – tell me what you think about them ?
What kind of people are they ? What jobs do they have ? Why do you think so ?
kind / sweet / generous / nice / reliable / hard-working / friendly / dependable / life and soul (of the party) / compassionate / a good sport / trustworthy / honest / solid as a rock
arrogant / unkind / nasty / mean (1 nasty, 2 not generous) / unfriendly / unreliable / aloof / pompous / bossy ( tell people what to do) / awkward / /difficult / hard to please / thick as a brick (very stupid) / obsequious / lazy /a screw loose (little crazy)
shy / ambitious / willful / unadventurous / spontaneous / emotional / talkative / exuberant / passionate / firm but fair (expression) / confident /
white collar: doctor, accountant, teacher, lawyer, professional / office worker
blue collar: chef, factory worker, mechanic, shop workers, fix machines etc
arts: artist, actor/tress, painter, musicians, DJs, poets, writers
Occupations: Which types of work are these ?
estate agent / consultant / plumber /PR (Public Relations) / HR / volunteer / unemployed / therapist / bouncer / shoe-shine boy / market trader / dog-walker
stockbroker / interior decorator / gambler / self-employed psychic / barista / road sweeper / security guard / pollster / politician / postal delivery worker