6 de mayo de 2018

Vocabulary: Personality Adjectives

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In this unit we're learning about the key vocabulary related to Adjectives to describe personality.

Word cloud of personality adjectives for the B1 exam


This is the B1 list of the vocabulary we're learning about with the definitions:



Word

DEFINITION
bossy
liking to give orders to other people, often in an annoying way
brave
ready to do things that are dangerous or difficult without showing fear
clever
able to learn, understand or do sth quickly and easily; intelligent
cowardly
a person who has no courage and is afraid in dangerous or unpleasant situations
cruel
causing physical or mental pain or suffering to sb / sth
funny
that makes you smile or laugh
generous
happy to give more money, help, etc. than is usual or expected
gentle
kind and calm; touching or treating people or things in a careful way so that they are not hurt
hard-working
working with effort and energy
intelligent
having or showing the ability to understand, learn and think; clever
jealous
feeling upset or angry because you think that sb you like or love is showing interest in sb else
keen
very interested in sth; wanting to do sth
kind
a group whose members all have the same qualities
lazy
not wanting to work
lucky
having good luck
patient
able to stay calm and not get angry, especially when there is a difficulty or you have to wait a long time
pleasant
nice, enjoyable or friendly
polite
having good manners and showing respect for others
positive
thinking or talking mainly about the good things in a situation; feeling confident and sure that sth good will happen
punctual
doing sth or happening at the right time; not late
realistic
sensible and understanding what it is possible to achieve in a particular situation
reliable
that you can trust
rude
not polite
selfish
thinking only about your own needs or wishes and not about other people’s
serious
not joking; thinking deeply
smart
clever; intelligent
sociable
enjoying being with other people; friendly
stupid
not intelligent or sensible


Here you have some games related to this topic so you can practice spelling, the vocabulary and writing:

In MatchIt Definitions, you match words from their spelling and vocabulary word lists with definitions.

WhichWord? Sentences makes you recognize sentences for each spelling and vocabulary word.

In Word Unscramble, you click and drag letters to rearrange them and correctly spell words from your spelling or vocabulary lists.

Word Search allows you to search for and highlight spelling or vocabulary words within a grid of letters based on the provided clues.

I hope you find these useful!
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