Describing People – English Vocabulary For Describing People

Describing People – English Vocabulary For Describing People


Welcome to twominenglish.com. Teaching you English through two-minute lessons. In this extra learning lesson, we will learn in detail about
the words and phrases you use while describing people. When you are describing people, you should describe how they look, color of their eyes,
how tall or short they are or what kind of clothes they are wearing. Yes, if you have to identify a person, you need to describe his/her
physical features, but a person is more than how he/she looks. You must also learn to describe this person’s behavior, preferences, clothing, etc. At the very basic level you can describe how a person
looks by using adjectives that describe the body type. For example: He is tall, he is thin, she is short, he is
fat, she is obese, she is slim, he is of average build. These are some basic attributes for body types. Do remember that some words are not considered polite, especially if
you are describing what some may consider negative characteristics. For example, instead of saying ‘she is fat,’
you can say ‘she’s a little overweight’. You could also say ‘he’s on the heavy side’. Try to avoid discussing the weight of people before them
because many people are conscious about their weight. Apart from body type, the second most important thing that people describe is
the face. You can describe the various features of the face like. He has long ears. She has small eyes and big eyebrows. Her
nose is very long. She has full lips and crooked teeth. He has blue eyes. Frankly describing the face is not easy and there
are a number of things you can say about the face. Let’s start from the forehead. A forehead is
often described as broad, narrow or prominent. The eyebrows can be bushy or sparse. Sometimes they are also
described as full, as in she has full eyebrows. The eyes are a very important part of the face. You can describe the
eye color, like she has blue eyes or he has brown eyes. The shape of the eyes is also important. For example, he has large
eyes, her eyes are small. She has doe-like eyes with full eyelashes. The common words used to describe the nose are: narrow,
wide, long, short, snub, big, small, upturned and hooked. The ears are usually described as small or big. The lips can be full or narrow and the
mouth can be big, small, or wide. Wow! Describing people is really hard work, but if you know all
these words you can describe them to a fair degree. That’s right! Don’t forget to view our original lesson and to practice with it.

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