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Session 2

In this session we continue looking at the word like. And to help you when giving descriptions, we do some vocabulary work. Time to learn some adjectives!

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Do you like cats?

Now let's meet those cat lovers! They describe why they love their pets so much. Which words do they use? Later in the session, we'll do some work on the words that they say to help you use like for descriptions.

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The thing I love about cats is that they're very independent but very loving. You can play with them… they're comforting… they're furry…

When he's out I get lonely, when he's in, fine, I'm alright…

You can see how lovely it is to have him near me and be able to stroke him.

To do

Cats are…? Which words did the cat owners use to describe their pets?

Describing cats

8 Questions

You heard people describing their cats. Do you remember what they said? Move the words into the correct boxes.

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Describing cats

8 Questions

You heard people describing their cats. Do you remember what they said? Move the words into the correct boxes.

Congratulations you completed the Quiz
Excellent! Great job! Bad luck! You scored:
x / y

Well done if you got those right!

Next

But what do those adjectives mean? Learn the meanings of these and other adjectives which are useful for describing cats (and people!) in the next activity.

Session Grammar

  • Like (as verb)

    We use like as a verb in this way: subject + like + object

    Like (as preposition)

    We use like as a preposition in this set phrase:

    what + to be + noun/noun phrase + like?

Session Vocabulary