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  • My name is Alicia and today we're going to talk about how to describe people.

  • This is a great lesson for beginners and, of course, for review.

  • Thio, I'm going to talk about some patterns.

  • You can use basic patterns for describing appearance number one.

  • Then I'm going to talk about patterns to use for personality expressions.

  • And finally, I'm going to do some grammar review.

  • So how to use relative clauses to give some more details about people?

  • This is really, really useful when you want to specify someone.

  • So, for example, if there's someone across the room that you're trying to point out to someone you can use this grammar want to do that?

  • So today I'm going to fill up the board with lots of example sentences.

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  • I'm going to start today's lesson today.

  • I'm going to start by talking about appearance related expressions.

  • So I'm going to cover some very, very basic phrases that I'm going to cover some basic phrases you can use to express people's appearance.

  • That means the way a person looks.

  • I'm going to talk about the patterns we used to talk about, like hair or eye color on to talk about the adjectives we use relating to the body.

  • So let's begin.

  • And of course, throughout this please feel free to send your own example sentences in the church.

  • That would be great to include some of your examples on the board as well.

  • So let's get started first appearance, appearance related expressions.

  • So I'm going to focus on using, have and has and is and are so we're going to make some very basic sentences to talk about people's appearance first.

  • If our subject is I, you, we or they we'll use this pattern to make it negative.

  • Well, youse don't This is the reduced form of Do not, and then we'll use have plus a noun phrase.

  • So for me, for an example of this, I would say I am the subject.

  • I have brown hair.

  • So a very simple expression to describe my appearance here is my subject.

  • I have.

  • So this is a positive sentence, and my noun phrase here is brown hair.

  • I have brown hair to make it negative.

  • I could say something like, I don't have blond hair.

  • So this is how we make a this basic appearance related statement with a noun phrase, So no adjectives used here.

  • If, however your subject is he or she you probably won't use it to describe a person.

  • If you want to describe an animal, maybe you could use it.

  • But for talking about people we'll use he or she.

  • And in this sentence, if you want to make it negative, we need to use doesn't, Doesn't he?

  • Or she doesn't plus have plus known phrase.

  • So in this case, for example, Uh, let's see.

  • I could say control desk today.

  • He doesn't have to make a negative.

  • He doesn't have black hair.

  • Okay, He doesn't have black.

  • So again, we're using a known phrase.

  • I've made this negative with doesn't doesn't if, however so I've made this into a negative form have made this negative pattern here.

  • If, however, your sentence is positive, please remember that instead of have we need to use has so for a positive sentence.

  • Meaning no.

  • Doesn't we need to use?

  • Has he has from here or she has blonde hair.

  • So some examples are in here.

  • Ah, why not?

  • Hairs?

  • Why not hairs when we're talking someone as that question a pasta Cume asked that question in the YouTube shot.

  • We use a hair, hair No s to talk about all of this on our head.

  • Well, we use a hair alone to refer to all of this.

  • We use hairs when we see a few pieces somewhere like, Oh, there are some hairs on the floor over there.

  • Where did those come from?

  • When you're talking about all the hair on your head?

  • We use hair, not hairs.

  • Okay.

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  • Examples from one of our members probably know.

  • Hello.

  • She doesn't have brown hair.

  • Very nice example.

  • Sentence.

  • Some of you are saying things not related to appearance.

  • Good.

  • So she doesn't have money is correct.

  • Please.

  • Remember, today we're focusing on appearance.

  • So how does a person look?

  • That's what we want to practice today.

  • So send your example.

  • Sentences in Ah Hyeon Union says she has an oval face.

  • Yeah.

  • Good.

  • So you can talk about face shaped face shape with this ode Oval face.

  • Or, like a square face good or around face.

  • Good.

  • Andrew says hey doesn't have red eyes, but he has blue eyes.

  • Okay, Good.

  • Uh, Dennis says he doesn't have He doesn't have long years.

  • Make sure when you use a negative, he doesn't have he doesn't have.

  • So when you make a negative sentence, the verb following does not change When you make a positive sentence.

  • Has needs to change.

  • Okay, Good, good, good, good.

  • She has blue eyes as Silva Alexandria on Facebook.

  • Great, Great.

  • Antonio says she has a mean look.

  • Oh, interesting.

  • Okay, very nice.

  • Kyra says she has brown skin.

  • Very nice.

  • Okay, greats, great examples, everyone.

  • So we can talk about eye color at skin color, hair color and so on with a very simple sentence.

  • And this is actually Excuse me?

  • This is actually how native speakers do it.

  • It does not need to be complicated.

  • So let's go to the second part here.

  • The second part is using this pattern using is and our plus an adjective.

  • So remember, an adjective is a word that we use to describe Announce.

  • We use it to give more information about it now so we can use three different patterns when we want to talk about ourselves.

  • Use this pattern.

  • I am not plus adjective.

  • So for example, I am not tall.

  • I am not tell If I write it down here, you can't see you.

  • So for example, I am not tall.

  • So notice in this sentence.

  • My adjective here is tall.

  • When you choose an adjective, make sure it's an appearance related adjective.

  • So don't choose something that's related to like their work.

  • Necessarily make sure it's something that expresses their appearance, something that expresses their appears.

  • So I am not tall is a good one.

  • That's true, actually off course to make this sentence positive.

  • Simply remove not, I am told I am told.

  • And to make this even more natural reduce I am to I'm I'm I'm not tall or I'm done.

  • And so So this is the pattern we used.

  • When you're talking about yourself, This is an I subject.

  • However.

  • Excuse me, if your subject is you, we or they.

  • So you want to talk about your friend or you want to talk about your group Or if you want to talk about a group of people outside you follow this pattern.

  • You are to make it negative.

  • Not and an adjective again.

  • I haven't seen any examples there yet, so I'll make my own sentence.

  • So, for example Mmm.

  • I want to talk about my friend.

  • I might say, uh, you, our short huh?

  • You are short.

  • So if I want to express something like that and a positive sentence, I would use you and I are So our is used for these three subjects.

  • We are short.

  • Maybe you and your friend are short together.

  • You want to express that, or they are short as well, too.

  • Some good examples.

  • Air coming in.

  • I am short.

  • Okay.

  • Someone says I'm not sexy, okay?

  • I am not fat.

  • Okay.

  • Uh, I am not tall.

  • Very nice ones.

  • Okay.

  • Uh, do you need hot tea?

  • Yes, I've been drinking lots of hot team, but this is a little out of it.

  • You are slim.

  • Another good one.

  • Slim slim.

  • Very nice examples.

  • Finally, then Elia says, I'm not short.

  • I'm vertically challenged excellently.

  • Um, let's go to the last pattern for this one.

  • He or she If he or she is your subject, you want to talk about ah, friend or a family member?

  • You could say he or she and hear the verb is is he is or she is adjective.

  • He is tall.

  • She is pretty.

  • He is handsome.

  • And so, uh, to make it negative.

  • Use not.

  • So he is not handsome or she's not pretty and so on.

  • My friend is not tall.

  • All great example Hamza on YouTube.

  • So in this I've used I You see the he she You can also express a person in this position and use this pattern.

  • So my friend is not tall or my mother is short and so on to use a person the name of a person use this final pattern here.

  • Great.

  • She is pretty perfect.

  • Perfect.

  • Nice one.

  • She is beautiful.

  • Good, good, good, good, Excellent.

  • Ah, she is a nervous.

  • So nervous is maybe about a condition we'll talk about in this part for this pattern.

  • I wanted to focus on practicing appearance related vocabulary words.

  • It looks great.

  • Just looks great.

  • Thanks very much for your examples, everybody OK, we'll take one short break and then we'll go to part two for today's lesson.

  • Part two will focus on these personality and condition expressions which uses this pattern, actually, So I think we'll go to the camera.

  • Cool.

  • Let me find the one I wanted to show you for today, which was about your family.

  • There it is.

  • Good.

  • So I thought this would be a perfect pdf to show you again today.

  • This is the family and relatives.

  • PdF.

  • It does include family vocabulary, some very common family vocabulary so we can use this actually, in part, to my question for you.

  • In Part two is about describing someone in your life.

  • On the back are some expressions to use for the first time you meet someone as well, so I thought this would be a nice one to review also this holiday Thanksgiving.

  • So this is one A PdF I thought would be good to review for today's practice and to practice today's grammar point as well.

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  • Let's go to Part two for today's lesson.

  • If you are just joining today's topic is how to describe people.

  • How to describe people with relative clause is a little bit, so the last point is going to be about relative clauses.

  • Okay, let's get to Part two, though.

  • So impart Thio.

  • I want to talk about personalities and conditions, so when I say personality and condition, I mean the adjectives you choose.

  • So in part one, we practiced adjectives about appearance.