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English powerpoint: Role plays for Order of Adjectives Sentence Formation Role plays for Order of Adjectives Sentence Formation

Role Play 1.You are the announcer at a fashion show. Use adjectives to describe the clothing. 2.You are witness to a crime. You need to describe the criminal to the detective using descriptive adjectives. 3.You have lost your dog. You need to describe how your pet looks to the dog catcher, so they can look for him.4 4. You are writing a job description. Use adjectives (resourceful, helpful, pleasant, cooperative, independent, etc.) 5. Your cousin is coming for a visit. Describe him to your Mother , who is going to pick him up at the airport. There is a companion powerpoint on Order of Ajectives, which I will upload separately (due to file size constraints).

 Level:intermediate
 Age: 10-17
 Format: PowerPoint
 Downloads:14
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