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Getting dressed – Man – English Picture Dictionary for Everyday Activities.

Getting dressed - Man - English Picture Dictionary for Everyday Activities.

Tom puts on some underwear, a T-shirt, some socks, some pants, and a shirt.

Getting dressed - Man - English Picture Dictionary for Everyday Activities.

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.

Getting dressed - Man - English Picture Dictionary for Everyday Activities.

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?

Getting dressed - Man - English Picture Dictionary for Everyday Activities.

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

Getting dressed - Man - English Picture Dictionary for Everyday Activities.

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.

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