This senses vocabulary lesson will help you use the words colour, taste, sight, sound, touch, smell, flavour, texture, aroma and perfume, correctly.
(a) colour noun red, blue, green, etc
- The colour green makes you think of spring.
(–) taste uncountable noun the flavour of something
- The wine tastes of apples.
(a) sight noun something that someone can see
- The mountains were a beautiful sight to see.
(a) sound noun something that someone can hear
- The sound of dogs barking at 3 a.m. woke him up.
touch verb to put your hand on someone or something
- He touched her skin – it felt like ice-cold water.
(a) smell noun something that you feel using your nose
- The smell of coffee filled the room.
(a) flavour noun how food or drink tastes
- We sell 21 different flavours of ice-cream.
(a) texture noun how something feels when you touch it
- Her hair had the texture of silk.
(an) aroma noun a strong, nice smell
- My new shampoo has a wonderful aroma.
(–) perfume uncountable noun a nice smell
- The perfume from the roses made her feel romantic.
Now watch the video lesson and then do the senses vocabulary exercise