Parts of the Face

Essential Vocabulary for the Face

Some of the very first essential vocabulary words that we learn are those for our face and body! And while you may already know many general terms for parts of the body, there always seems to be certain parts of the face that people forget how to say. In today’s blog post you will learn not only the essential words for general parts of the face but some spcefic vocab as well to immediately boost your English level.

Body and Face Vocabulary Explanation:
Let’s dive deeper into specific words we use to describe parts of the face.

Description: The strands that grow on your head. Perhaps you are blonde, brunette, or a red-head.

Description: The upper part of your body that contains your brain.

Description: The organs you use for seeing. Maybe you have bad vision and have to wear glasses to see well.

Description: Hard structures in your mouth used for biting and chewing. Maybe when you were younger your teeth were crooked and you needed braces!

Description: The front part of your head; the round area right above your eyebrows.

Description: The part of your face used for breathing and smelling. The sense assosciated with the nose is scent!. You smell with your nose.

Description: The soft, round parts on each side of your face below your eyes.
Example: When she’s happy, her cheeks turn rosy.

Description: The little indents that some people have in their cheeks when they smile.

Description: the angular part of the bottom of your face right below your moth. If you have a defined jaw you can say you have a sharp jawline.

Now you know not only a good group of vocab words for describing the face but some descriptive words that frequently accompany certain body parts!

Test out your knowledge with the exam below!:

Parts of the Face

Try to fill in the blanks of the following sentences with the correct facial part!

A2 Clothing Vocabulary

Talking Clothes: A Beginner’s Guide to Fashion Words

Today, we’re going to learn some cool words to talk about clothes. Imagine going to a store and wanting to say how much you like a shirt or a pair of shoes. This blog will help you do just that! Let’s start!

Think about your clothes. What do you call the thing you wear on your feet? What about the cozy thing you put on when it’s cold? In this blog, we’ll learn simple words like “shoes” and “sweater” to help you talk about your clothes with your friends. By the end, you’ll be a fashion talk champion!

Look at the following definitions of clothing words and think about when you might use them in your life.

Definition: A warm, knitted shirt with long sleeves.
Example: In winter, I wear a cozy sweater to stay warm.

Definition: Everyday pants made of strong fabric.
Example: I like to wear jeans when I go out with friends.
Tip: When you see the word “pair” in a sentence, it often means your talking about jeans or sneakers!

Definition: A beautiful one-piece clothes for girls usually used for formal occastions or to go dancing in.
Example: She wore a pretty red dress to the party.

Definition: Fun and ,most importantly, comfortable shoes for walking or running.
Example: I wear sneakers when I play sports at the park.
Tip: Sneakers are comfortable shoes for activities. Look for words like “walk” or “run” in the sentence.

Definition: Formal and stylish clothes for special occasions. A tuxedo will normally be paired with a bowtie or a tie.
Example: He looked handsome in a black tuxedo at the wedding.
Tip: Tuxedos are fancy clothes for important events like weddings or parties.

Definition: A light and comfortable type of shirt typically made of cotton.
Example: In summer, I like wearing a colorful T-shirt.
Tip: T-shirts are great for warm weather. Look for short sleeves and light fabric.

Definition: A tube shaped piece of fabric you wear around your waist.
Example: I just bought a cute skirt to go out to the club in!

Definition: A head covering!
Example: I wear a hat when it’s sunny to protect my head.

Fill in the blanks with the correct clothing articles in the following sentences!

Clothing Vocabulary

Fill in the blanks with the right words: sweater, jeans, dress, sneakers, tuxedo, T-shirt, Skirt, Hat

Don’t Have To HW Vocab Quiz

Welcome to the “Lesson Vocabulary Challenge”! In this quiz, you’ll have the opportunity to put your newly acquired lesson vocabulary to the test through a series of engaging fill-in-the-blank exercises. Our goal is to create a dynamic and interactive learning experience where you not only recall the words you’ve learned but also apply them effectively in context.This quiz is your chance to check your understanding of some important words we’ve been studying. Let’s make sure we’re all on the same page with their meanings:

Rude: When someone is not polite or doesn’t show good manners, they can be called rude. It’s important to be kind and considerate to avoid being rude.

Polite: On the flip side, being polite means you’re showing good manners and being respectful towards others. It’s a way to be nice and make interactions pleasant.

Respectful: Being respectful means you treat others with consideration and courtesy. It’s about valuing people’s feelings and rights.

Patient: When you’re patient, you can wait calmly and don’t get frustrated easily. It’s a helpful quality in various situations.

To Chew: To chew means to use your teeth to break down food into smaller pieces before swallowing it. It’s a crucial part of the eating process.

To Interrupt: If you interrupt someone, you cut them off while they’re speaking. It’s generally considered impolite and can be seen as not respecting the other person’s turn to talk.

To Post: To post something can mean sharing information or content on the internet, such as on social media or a blog. It’s a way to communicate with a wide audience.

To Gossip: Gossiping is talking about other people, especially their personal lives or private matters, often without their knowledge. It’s usually not a polite thing to do.

To Get On: To get on with someone means to have a good relationship and interact well with them. It’s about having a friendly connection.

To Push: To push means to apply force to move something away from you or make it go in a certain direction. It’s a common action in everyday life.

Throughout this quiz, you will encounter sentences with missing words. At the end of the quiz you can be certain that you will have learned the meanings of the words thoroughly and will have no trouble distinguishing them!

Don't Have To Vocab Quiz

Answer the following multiple choice answer problems:

Fantastic job! You’ve completed the “Lesson Vocabulary Challenge” with flying colors. Your ability to choose the right words to fill in the blanks shows that you have a strong grasp of the vocabulary we’ve covered. Congratulations on your achievement!

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