Speaking about physical appearance in English - Spoken English Lesson
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In this English you will learn how to talk about physical appearances of people in English. English language has a variety of words to describe a person's physical appearance. The words are quite specific depending on the physical characteristic you are describing. In this lesson, let's learn how to describe a person's appearance :
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Height - Short / Average / Tall
Example - Mike is a very tall guy.
Build / Weight - Skinny / Slim / Slender / Chubby / Plump / Obese / Stout
Example - Donna is quite slim.
Complexion - Wheatish (Brown) / Tanned / Dark-skinned / White
Hair Length - Bald / Short / Shoulder length / Long
Hair Style - Straight / Wavy / Curly
Hair Color - Blonde / Redhead / Grey / Brunette
Eyes - The color of the Eyes ( Blue,Green,Brown,Grey) Big and small , Squint (Eyes are not aligned)
Facial Features - Beard / Mustache / Pimples / Dimples / Mole
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