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11. how one’s attitude is around other people

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  • humble ≠ arrogant

humble /’hʌmbl/: showing you do not think that you are as important as other people

arrogant /’ærəg(ə)nt/: behaving in a proud, unpleasant way, showing little thought for other people

  • modest ≠ vain

modest /’mɒdɪst/: not talking much about your own abilities or possessions

vain /veɪn/: too proud of your own appearance, abilities or achievements

  • submissive ≠ bossy

submissive /səb’mɪsɪv/: too willing to accept somebody else’s authority and willing to obey them without questioning anything they want you to do

bossy/’bɒsɪ/: always telling people what to do

12. How relaxed some

one is

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  • chilled ≠ tense

chilled /tʃɪld/: relaxed

tense/tens/: nervous or worried, and unable to relax

  • laid-back ≠ uptight

laid-back: calm and relaxed; seeming not to worry about anything

uptight: anxious and/or angry about something

  • optimistic ≠ pessimistic

optimistic /ɒptɪ’mɪstɪk/: expecting good things to happen or something to successful

pessimistic/,pesɪ’mɪstɪk/: expecting bad things to happen or something not to be successful

13. How attractive someone is

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  • charismatic ≠ boring

charismatic /kærɪz’mætɪk/: a charismatic person attracts, influences, and inspires people by their personal qualities.

boring: someone or something boring is so dull and uninteresting that they make people tired and impatient.

  • gorgeous, glamorous ≠ repulsive

gorgeous /’gɔːdʒəs/: very beautiful or pleasant; sexually attractive.

glamorous /’glæmərəs/: someone or something glamorous is attractive, exciting, or interesting than ordinary people or things.

repulsive /rɪ’pʌlsɪv/: something or someone repulsive are horrible and disgusting and you want to avoid them.

  • enchanting ≠ irritating

enchanting /ɪn’tʃɑːntɪŋ/: attractive or charming.

irritating /’ɪrɪteɪtɪŋ/:making you feel annoyed or angry.

Practice:

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