Intermediate Italian: describing people
Intermediate Italian: describing people

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Listening to descriptions

In this activity you will listen to two people describing someone else.

Attività 7

Listen and select the correct answer.

Ascoltate e selezionate la risposta corretta.

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How does Marina describe Paolo, her father?

a. 

He is lively, happy and has fair hair.


b. 

He is tall and has fair hair.


c. 

He is tall, lively, cheerful and has fair hair.


d. 

He is tall, cheerful and has fair hair.


The correct answer is c.

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How does Renata describe Simone?

a. 

He is tall, thin and sporty.


b. 

He is thin, lively and sporty.


c. 

He is tall, lively and sporty.


The correct answer is c.

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