Getting dressed – Man – English Picture Dictionary for Everyday Activities.
Tom puts on some underwear, a T-shirt, some socks, some pants, and a shirt.
Putting on a Pair of Pants
Tom steps into his pants then he pulls them up.
He fastens the waistband and zips up the fly.
He slips a belt through the belt loops and buckles it.
Putting on a Shirt
Tom slips an arm into each sleeve.
He buttons the shirt and the cuffs.
He straightens his collar.
He tucks his shirt into his pants.
For Special Attention
– Usually a pair of something means 2. “A pair of cats” means ” 2 cats”
But Some items of clothing are called a pair even though they seem like 1 thing: ” a pair of pants”
A? Some? A pair of?
some pants/a pair of pants , some socks/ a pair of socks
some shorts/ a pair of shorts, some underwear/ some underpants/ a pair of underpants.
a T-shirt/ some shoes, a pair of shoes
a jacket, some pajamas/ a pair of pajamas
a shirt, some glasses/ a pair of glasses
You snap things together.
You zip something up.
You button something.
You lace something up and then you tie the laces.
You clasp things together / You fasten something.
You buckle something.
Making coffee, making tea – English Picture Dictionary for Everyday Activities
Making Coffee (with an electric coffee maker)
Pam scoops some ground coffee into the filter.
Then she pours some water into the coffee maker>
She turns the coffee maker on by pressing the switch.
The water heats up and drips through the ground coffee and into the coffeepot.
Dan boils water in a teakettle.
He pours the hot water into a teapot and adds some tea leaves.
As the tea leaves soak in the water the water becomes tea.
Dan strains the tea.