Clothes

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27 colourful pictures of clothing vocabulary with sets in American English and British English.

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Stop bringing your wardrobe to class to teach your students clothing vocabulary! Just print these colourful cards instead.

The pictures are nice and bold– good for practising colour vocabulary as well as learning the names of clothes. The majority of items in this set are singular nouns. Plural forms include: pajamas, shoes, boots, socks, and gloves.

There are nine regional vocabulary differences in this set.

American English / British English

  • pajamas / pyjamas
  • pants / trousers
  • rubber boots / wellies
  • winter hat / bobble hat
  • sweater / jumper
  • t-shirt / T-shirt
  • turtleneck / polo neck
  • undershirt / vest
  • vest / gilet

 

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Words in Clothes Set

  1. belt
  2. blouse
  3. boots
  4. coat
  5. dress
  6. dress shirt
  7. gloves
  8. hat
  9. jacket
  10. jeans
  11. necktie
  12. pajamas
  13. pants
  14. polo shirt
  15. rubber boots
  16. scarf
  17. shirt
  18. shoes
  19. skirt
  20. snow hat
  21. socks
  22. sweater
  23. swimsuit
  24. t-shirt
  25. turtleneck
  26. undershirt
  27. vest

5 comments for Clothes

  1. Larissa Heta

    Thank you so much for your great flashcards and the time you put in to them 🙂

  2. Karen

    You’re welcome!

  3. agnes tonido nogueira

    Thank you so much you guys it helps me a lot especially for me just started teaching
    thank you so much and more power

    • Karen

      Best of luck to you 🙂

  4. Judy

    Thank you for these flashcards. I can use them with ESL and Spanish students.

  5. Karen

    Great!! 🙂

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