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Beginning English - Lesson 3 - People
This page: Listen to and read a dialogue in which a man describes his brother and a woman describes her sister.
Pages in this lesson: Vocabulary - Grammar - Listening - Dialogue - Reading - Pronunciation - Dictation - Game


"Brothers and Sisters"


Read the dialogue below.

Listen to the dialogue


A - My brother and I are totally different.

B -  Really?  How are you different?

A - My brother is tall, and I am short.  He has blonde hair, and I have black hair.  Our personalities are different too.  He is funny, and I am serious.

B - Wow!  That is different!  My sister and I are different too.

A - How?

B - My sister is an aerobics teacher.  She is thin and strong, and I am weak and a little overweight.  Also, her hair is curly, and my hair is straight.  My sister and I are different, but we're good friends.


Write the words in order to form sentences.  

1. sister is My aerobics teacher an .

2. hair curly Her is .

3. are  How different you ?

4. is and I He funny, am serious .

5. sister different I are My too and  .  


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Beginning English - Lesson 3 - People
Vocabulary - Grammar - Listening - Dialogue - Reading - Pronunciation - Dictation - Game



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