Here are the answers from last week’s post. How did you do?
You can use our free e-book, 100 Words for Visitors to the U.S., to fill in the blanks in these sentences.
7. _____________, could I ask you a question?
8. It was great to see you. ________________________ to your mom.
9. “I think I met you at last week’s meeting.”
10. Let’s eat! ____________________!
Here are a few descriptive words commonly used for different parts of the face and their meanings. I hope you find them helpful!
Long -- The face is narrow and long
Broad -- The face is wide
Round -- The face looks like a circle
Wide-set -- The eyes are far apart
Close-set -- The eyes are close together
Deep-set -- The eyes sit far back in the head
Bug-eyed -- The eyes stick out
Upturned -- The corners of the mouth go up
Downturned -- The corners of the mouth go down
Full -- The lips are plump
Thin -- The lips are skinny
Cherub -- Round, full cheeks
Dimpled -- A cheek that has an indent when you smile
Square -- Flat and strong
Rounded -- Round and soft
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