Let’s begin by looking at the cat-related vocabulary I mentioned in the podcast. Have a look at the words below. If you don’t understand one of the words, click on it and the link will take you to a picture or video.
paw / claw / whiskers / tail / fur /meowing
If you look at the photo above, you can see that Tikka has medium-length fur, green eyes and white whiskers.
In the podcast I used a number of adjectives to describe Tikka’s character. Here they are with definitions.
Friendly / Sociable = happy to talk and interact with people
Curious = enjoys learning and knowing new things
Chatty / Talkative = enjoys talking
Noisy = someone who makes a lot of noise
In today’s blog, I have provided an activity which you can do to practice personality adjectives.
First, think of your favourite animal. Then, choose three personality adjectives to describe that animal.
For example, my favourite animal is aturtle. I think a turtle is curious, friendlyand easy-going
Second, think of your next favourite animal. Then, choose three different personality adjectives to describe that animal.
For example, my second favourite animal is a squirrel.I think a squirrel isenergetic, brave and chatty.
Finally, think of your third favourite animal. Then, choose three new personality adjectives to describe that animal.
For example, my third favourite animal is an otter. I think an otter is hard-working, confident and calm.
Now that you have written your three animals and chosen three personality adjectives, it’s time to find out what this means.
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The first animal is what you think you are like. For example, I think I am curious, friendly and easy-going.
The second animal is what your friends think you are like. For example, my friends think I am energetic, brave and chatty.
The third animal is what you are reallylike. For example, I am hard-working, confident and calm.
That bring us to the end of this week’s blog.
I hope you found it fun and useful.
See you next time,