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Daily English 169 - Describing People’s Looks

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Dialogue/Story

Gilles: Hey, what are you looking at?

Nora: Oh, these? They’re pictures from my trip back home last month.

Gilles: Let’s have a look. So, who’s this?

Nora: That’s my sister and that’s my cousin Keira.

Gilles: Your sister looks nothing like you. You’re fair and she has dark hair and dark eyes. Now, you look much more like your cousin.

Nora: Yeah, that’s true. Keira and I both have heart-shaped faces, thin lips, fat cheeks, and bushy eyebrows. Gorgeous!

Gilles: You don’t give yourself enough credit. Why do you think every one of your guy friends is interested in you? Hey, who’s the little girl?

Nora: Oh, that’s my cousin Adriano’s daughter. She’s seven. She’s very pretty as you can see and has the most beautiful wavy hair. That’s her baby brother who was just born in April.

Gilles: Oh, man, he’s so cute. That pudgy face, curly hair, and big eyes! He’s adorable.

Nora: Yeah, I think he looks just like me.

Gilles: Hmmm…I think I’d better stop complimenting you. It’s going straight to your head.

Category: About You|Relationships + Family


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