Focus Level 3 Workbook Unit 1

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1.1 Vocabulary Appearance • Personality

SHOW WHAT YOU KNOW 1 Match the words in the box with the photos. There are two extra words.

blouse boots

hoodie jacket shirt shoes skirt suit trousers

coat

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2 Write the opposites. The first letter of each word is given. 0 tall s hort 1 caring s __ __ __ __ __ __ 2 hard-working l __ __ __ 3 outgoing s __ __ 4 arrogant m __ __ __ __ __ 5 cheerful m __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ 6 crazy s __ __ __ __ __ __ __ 7 curly s __ __ __ __ __ __ __ 8 blond d __ __ __ 9 long s __ __ __ __ coat WORD STORE 1A Clothes and accessories 3 Read the definitions and write the words for accessories. 0 A piece of jewellery which you wear on your finger. ring 1 These come in pairs like gloves and keep your hands warm. 2 A formal piece of clothing which is worn on a shirt and under a jacket. 3 These protect your eyes from the sun. 4 A casual/sports top which is made of very warm material. 5 A single, loose, flexible piece of jewellery which women wear around their wrists. 6 This is made of wool and just like a cap keeps your head warm. 7 Large rings which are not flexible and which women wear around their wrists. 8 You wear this around your neck to keep out the cold.

4 Read the report and choose the correct options.

Fashion in focus

Red Carpet Report

This week’s Red Carpet Report comes from London, where the Prince and Princess attended the premiere of the new James Bond lm on Saturday. The royal couple looked extremely smart in their 1 formal / casual clothes. Prince Nicholas wore a black 2 suit / eece with 3 mittens / a waistcoat under the jacket and a dark purple 4 bangle / tie around his neck. Princess Abigail wore a gorgeous blue silk 5 designer dress / woollen hat from her favourite Paris boutique and a diamond 6 ring / bracelet

around her left wrist. She arrived at Leicester Square wearing a lovely old pair of 7 vintage sunglasses / thick tights which protected her eyes from the hundreds of ashing

paparazzi cameras.

REMEMBER BETTER To help you learn words for clothes and accessories, make a list of some of the things that you own. Include some details about colours, materials, etc. Check any new words you need in a dictionary. Which of the items in Exercises 1, 3 and 4 do you own? Make a list, then add extra details. Look at the example below for help. I own a thick, grey winter coat, a pair of black leather boots, two silver rings …

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