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M ODULE 5 P EOPLE Aims: 1. to learn vocabulary used to describe people 2. to learn multi-part verbs with get, put and take
K EY W ORDS USED TO DESCRIBE SOMEBODY ’ S APPEARANCE Hair: bald = celav dark = taman fair = svetao plaits = pletenice red = crvena, ridja shoulder-length = do ramena straight = prava blond = plava curly = kovrdzava long = dugacka wavy = talasasta Age: in his/her (early/mid/late) teens/twenties/thirties early thirties = rane tridesete mid-thirties = srednje tridesete middle-aged = srednjih godina Special features: eyebrows = obrve moustache = brkovi ponytail = konjski rep beard = brada wrinkles = bore General: good-looking = zgodan short = nizak tall = visok well-built = dobro gradjen overweight = gojazan slim = vitak
K EY W ORDS USED TO DESCRIBE SOMEBODY ’ S CHARACTER – USE FOUR ADJECTIVES TO DESCRIBE YOUR BEST FRIEND bad-tempered = zlovoljan, mrzovoljan cheerful = veseo, razdragan confident = samouveren creative = kreativan disorganised = neorganizovan dynamic = dinamican generous = velikodusan hard-working = vredan helpful = usluzan, voljan da pomogne, predusretljiv honest = posten, iskren insensitive = bezosecajan materialistic = materijalistican moody = cudljiv outgoing = otvoren, druzeljubiv patient = strpljiv reliable = pouzdan selfish = sebican shy = stidljiv, povucen sociable = druzeljubiv stubborn = tvrdoglav sympathetic = saosecajan tolerant = tolerantan
M ULTI - PART VERBS P.62 get sb down = depress give up = stop trying get on with sth = do sth seriously get on with sb = have a good relationship get together = meet take up = start doing (a hobby or a sport) get at sb = criticise put sb down = annoy, spustati nekoga put up with = tolerate
This rainy weather is _________ me ______. They __________ without fight. It was an easy victory. Be quiet and _____________ your work. I’m trying to __________a team _____for Saturday. He’s always ____________ his son for no good reason. He’s always __________his wife ______in public. I don’t know how she __________ his loud music.
This rainy weather is getting me down. They gave up without fight. It was an easy victory. Be quiet and get on with your work. I’m trying to get a team together for Saturday. He’s always getting at his son for no good reason. He’s always putting his wife down in public. I don’t know how she puts up with his loud music.
V OCABULARY : O PPOSITES ( P. 67) Opposites are words which have opposite (suprotno) meaning. Sometimes, there is a new word e.g. happy – sad but sometimes we use prefixes to make opposites. e.g. happy – unhappy These prefixes are un-, in-, im-, dis…
O PPOSITES – P. 67, EX. 7 disorganised unreliable unsociable insensitive intolerant uninterested unaware unkind unsympathetic unhelpful dissatisfied
O PPOSITES P. 67, EX 8 bad-tampered ↔ good-humoured, easy-going generous ↔ mean, stingy hard-working ↔ lazy nervous ↔ calm shy ↔ outgoing, sociable, friendly strong ↔ weak