Getting dressed – Women

Home » Getting dressed – Women

Getting dressed – Women – English Picture Dictionary for Everyday Activities

Getting dressed - Women - English Picture Dictionary for Everyday Activities

Pam puts on some panties, a bra, a dress OR a blouse/ a shirt and a askirt or some pants,  and some socks or some nylons (stockings), some pantyhose.

 

Dressing for Hot Weather.

Getting dressed - Women - English Picture Dictionary for Everyday Activities

If it’s hot, Pam wears light clothes a short – sleeved cotton shirt and a pair of cotton shorts. She goes barefoot indoors and wears sandals outdoors.
Dressing this way keeps her cool.

 

Dressing for Cold Weater

Getting dressed - Women - English Picture Dictionary for Everyday Activities

 

If it’s cold, Pam wears heavy clothes: a long sleeved shirt, a wool swaeatr, long pants, and thick wool socks.
Before going outdoors, she puts on a heavy coat and some gloves or mittens.
She wraps a scart around ther neck and puts on a hat and some boots.
Dressing this way keeps her warm.

Getting dressed - Women - English Picture Dictionary for Everyday Activities

After you put on your clother, you wear them: tie, jacket, shirt, panta, dresss shoes,  cap, T-shirt, shirt, sweatshirt, jeans, shorts, running shoes, sandals
These people are wearing suits. These people are wearing casual clothes.

For special attention

– Someone who goes barefood walks around with no shoes or socks on his/her feet. His/Her feet are bare.
– If something keeps her cool, it helps her stay cool.
– Some ways to talk about the weather:
+ Use it+BE+ an adjective: It’s hot outside.
+ Use it + BE + the-ing form of a weather verb: It’s raining/ It’s snowing.

Facebook Comments