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Appearance 2

Do you know what a 'toddler' is? Do these exercises and learn this and other words to talk about people's appearance.


Nivel de idioma

Intermediate: B1


He has moustache and he has cruly hair

One of the football player from Celtic Club who is retired now was famous due to his dreadlock hair style. At the beginning stage of his career, he had beard and then later on in his mid 40's he kept goatee. However, he never have moustache before. He has a beautiful wife with long curly hair. Surprisingly, her daughter had straight hair when she was a child and then later on her hair turned curly when she reach the age of adolescent.

If I want to describe Donald Trump face, first and foremost I should say that he has a funny face with no beard or moustache neither goatee .He tries to hide his bald head with his thinning hair covering his head form one side to opposite side. However he could be unlucky in the windy days when his bald would be apparent even with a slight wind.

I have a toddler of 19 months; she is so cute and adorable. She has short curly hair like her father. I used to have dreadlocks, but I cut them and now I have bald.

I think i have beautiful face with moustache, no beard with curly hair maybe some body does not like this but it is suitable for me

I used to have long hair and I tried to change with dreadlocks. It was a dream
and finally, I changed to bald.

I have got a curly hair black . I like having a short hair but I know it's not easy to have it( them or it for the hair ? I don'y know exactly) for the personne who has a hair like mine. I have to take care about my hair, because I have sometime the dry hair .
when I come out the shower I brush my hair because I don't like my curly hair . I prefer having a straight hair . but I know it's not good for the hair to have brushing after the shower .

Hello French Spring

'hair' can be a count noun ('There's a hair in my soup!'), but it's usually an uncount noun ('I've got curly black hair').

When 'hair' is an uncount noun, the correct pronoun is 'it': 'I like having short hair but it's not easy to have it' or 'She loves her hair, it's short and curly'.

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I have a toddler. He is learning to walk. He is so cute. I do play with him daily. he is innocent and attractive. Every one will fall in love with him at first sight. He has black short hair.

He waits for me till I reach home from workplace. I miss him a lot while I'm out of the home. I buy some chocolates for him while going to home. I feed him the chocolates. He takes some of the biscuit pieces and feed me. what an adorable kid he is :) :)

Please correct, if wrote wrong sentences. Thank you.

Hello Timothy

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