Describe This Picture

A little summer homework for you. Answer the following questions IN COMPLETE SENTENCES in the Comments Section:

1. Who do you see in  the picture?

2. Where are they?

3. What are they doing?

4. How do you think they feel?

5. What other things do you see in the picture?

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11 thoughts on “Describe This Picture

  1. Wendy Chen says:

    1. I see three men in the picture.
    2. They are on the boat.
    3. They are pulling a rope.
    4. I think they feel nervous.
    5. I see the ocean and tools on the boat. There are two men wearing glasses, and different watches. One man is wearing a black sweater, another one is wearing a white sweater. The third one is wearing a blue jacket. They are wearing jeans.

    • US Adult Literacy says:

      Very good! Except we’d probably just say that “They are on a boat.” We use “a” because it’s the first time we’re talking about it. If we continue describing the boat, then we’d use “the.”

  2. couchpotato says:

    Who do you see in the picture?
    I see three men in the picture.

    Where are they?
    They’re in the boat.

    What are they doing?
    They’re taking the boat.

    How do you think they feel?
    They’re feel worry and nervous.

    What other things do you see in the picture?
    Maybe the hurricane is coming ,they’re must quickly go back the shoreside.

  3. US Adult Literacy says:

    Good job, couch potato. Once again, the first time we mention the boat, we’d use “a” instead of “the.” We’d also say “worried” instead of “worry” because “worried” is an adjective – it describes how the men feel – while “worry” is a verb.

  4. wong says:

    I see three men,two of them looks like brothers.
    They’re standing on the boat.
    I think two of them pulling some materials to fix the boat.
    It’ a windy day.The white jacket man’s hair is blowing up.
    All of them are anxiety.
    They trying to fix the boat before the hurricane coming.

    .

    • US Adult Literacy says:

      Good! But remember, we say “a boat” the first time we mention the boat. And don’t forget your present continuous tense (which is am/is/are + verb-ing. F) – so it should be “They are trying to fix” rather than “They trying to fix.”

  5. Xiaoli peng says:

    1:Who do you see in the picture?
    I see a boat and three middle-aged man in the picture。

    2:Where are they?
    They’r on the boat in the ocen.
    3. What are they doing?
    They are looking at the front,I think they’r close to the ship dock.
    4. How do you think they feel?
    They feel tired.
    5. What other things do you see in the picture?
    I see a men wears a black sweater ,he has guns in the pockets.

    • US Adult Literacy says:

      Nice job, Xiao Li! Just a few mistakes. First of all, “man” is singular and “men” is plural! Second, be careful about your spelling (“They’re” and “ocean”). Third, remember when we’re talking about what clothes people have on right now, we usually use present cotninuous tense, so it should be “a man is wearing a black sweater.”

  6. Julia Song says:

    Julia Song says:

    1. I see three man in the picture.

    2. They are on the boat in the ocean.

    3. They are seeing the something being careful.

    4. I thing they are very serious and nervous.

    5. The first man on the right , he has beard. He is pulling the rope.

    The middle man is looking something. The man on the left, he ties

    the rope to the boat.

    • US Adult Literacy says:

      Good work, Julia! Like I told Xia Li above, remember that “man” is singular and “men” is plural.” And we say “looking at something” rather than “looking something.”

  7. Mei yee wong says:

    1. I see three mans on the
    2.They are on the boat.
    3.2 of the men pulling the ropes and the other man is looking at them
    4. I think they feel down.
    5. I see 2 man wearing glasses and watches and they all wearing jeans.

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