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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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Using adjectives

The cat lovers we just watched used some useful adjectives to describe their pets.

But do you know what they mean? In the next activity, try to match the words with their meanings. And just to make it more difficult, there are a few extra adjectives in there too!

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To do

In the next activity, try to match the words with their meanings. And just to make it more difficult, there are a few extra adjectives in there too!

 

Cat words

8 Questions

Can you work out what these words mean?

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Cat words

8 Questions

Can you work out what these words mean?

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Excellent! Great job! Bad luck! You scored:
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Well done. Of course, many of these adjectives can describe people as well.

For example, you might say someone is selfish, unfriendly and aloof. Or friendly, loving and cuddly.

But we wouldn't recommend calling someone furry! 

To do

What are you like?

Choose five adjectives. Use them to write a description of yourself and share it with your friends. Do they agree with you?

Next

And now for more on like and how you use it to ask for descriptions and preferences, listen to 6 Minute Grammar.

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?