Makeup Vocabulary for ESL and EFL learners /

Vocabulary – Makeup

Here you can find vocabulary related to makeup with exercises and a KEY at the end of this mini e-book. This is great for your EFL/ESL students who need to master this type of vocabulary – those working in cosmetic or fashion industry for example. This FREE makeup vocabulary pdf is great also for teachers engaged in teaching their EFL/ESL and other students. A iist of words included in this mini e-book  : bronzer, liquid powder, lip gloss, lipstick, mascara, eye-shadow, highlighter, lip liner /lip pencil, toner, crayon, eye pencil / eyeliner

Makeup – Exercises:

 Match the sentences in column A with their definitions in column B:


  1. bronzer
  2. liquid powder
  3. lip gloss
  4. lipstick
  5. mascara
  6. eye-shadow
  7. highlighter
  8. lip liner / lip pencil
  9. toner
  10. crayon
  11. eye pencil / eyeliner




  1. a cream or powder that you put on your face and body to make your skin look brown from being in the sun
  2. a type of make-up that is put on the lips to make them look shiny
  3. a substance that you put on your face after you have cleaned it to make the skin feel firm
  4. a colored substance, usually contained in a pencil, that is put in a line just above or below the eyes in order to make them look more attractive
  5. is intended to fill uneven areas on the outer edges of the lips after applying lipstick, therefore giving a smooth shape
  6. a cosmetic cream or powder applied to the face to highlight the cheekbones, eyes, etc
  7. a colored cream or powder that is put around the eyes to make them look larger or more attractive
  8. a substance similar to eyeliner but thicker and more oily
  9. a colored substance that women put on their lips to make them more attractive
  10. a soft, dry substance that is spread over the skin of the face, in order to stop the skin from looking shiny and it is in a liquid form
  11. a thick dark liquid make-up that is used to make eyelashes dark and make them appear thicker and longer

There is also one very amusing video you can watch on YouTube. Look at the way this teacher explains makeup vocabulary:

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Weather Conditions – Flash Cards /

Why should you use these weather conditions flash cards in your classes?

These weather conditions flash cars are suitable for introducing your students with the new vocabulary. They are a great helper for your dynamic classroom.

These flash cards are free for use in classrooms. You can get them from teacherspayteachers website but you first need to make an account there. You can read more here about making an account on

There are 10 flash cards in the set and you’ll need 5 pages for printing.

flash cards
weather flash cards
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FLASHCARDS – Wild Animals /

Flashcards with Wild Animals for classroom use

There are 20 flashcards with wild animals – alligator, lion, squirrel, gorilla, panda, fox, leopard, deer, bear, elephant,wolf, rhino, hippo, giraffe, kangaroo, cougar,zebra, cobra, scorpion, owl.

Wild Animals Flashcards

are a great addition to your classroom activities. They can be used for teaching children or in ESL / EFL classrooms. Visual learners can benefit from such materials as they can remember more words with visual aids like these  flashcards.

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Describing People – Behavior /

Description Adjectives

Adjectives to describe people behavior















Examples of adjectives used to describe people in sentences:

  • What it really means to have supportive partner?
  • Irrational buyers are impulsive at making their decisions.
  • Some people have more analytical approach to learning.
  • My mum is hard-working. She never complains about her situation.
  • Susan is a cheerful girl with a kind word about her friends.
  • He’s kind but a bit nerdy.
  • Am I selfish if I keep all the present for myself?
  • I admire my mother because she is such an energetic person. She never complains about anything.
  • My husband is always a bit grumpy after he wakes up early in the mornings.
  • Susan is a fussy eater.
  • Some people are immature even when they grow up.
  • My wife is very bad-tempered. She never alows me to say and do what I want as she immediately yells at me when something is not how she expected.
  • I am very sociable and I can’t imagine my day without my friends.
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LIE AND LAY – differences in meaning with a FREE pdf download –


  1. lie – leɪ (v.) – to say or write something that is not true in order to deceive someone
  2. lie – (v.) – to be on a horizontal position.
  3. lay – (v.) put down – to put something in especially a flat or horizontal position, usually carefully or for a particular purpose.



  1. 1. He laid the tray down on the table.
  2. He lies awake at night, worrying.
  3. The river lies 30 km to the south.
  4. Peter lied that he had a car accident yesterday.

*Can and Could 

*Modal Verbs

* Phrases with BREAK

*Subject and Object questions

*Subject and Object Personal Pronouns

*Question Words

*Future Continuous / Future Perfect

*Am / Is / Are



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