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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #103366: Using the prefix Self
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    Using the prefix Self


    self-confidence: the belief that one has the ability to do things well

    self-esteem: the attitude of acceptance and approval of oneself

    self-image: the opinion one has about one's own abilities, appearance, and character

    self-pity: feeling sorry for oneself

    self-centered: interested only in oneself

    self-confident: sure of oneself; not shy or nervous

    self-conscious: worried about what one looks like or what other people think of one's appearance

    self-critical: tending to find fault with oneself

     

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    1. The media can be damaging to a young person's .

    2. If girls had more , they would not want to look like fashion models.

    3. Before the age of ten, most girls are .

    4. After the age of ten, a lot of teenage girls suffer from .

    5. Parents can build their children's by praising their accomplishments.

    6. It's easy to indulge in when you are faced with problems.

    7. Children are naturally , but they usually learn to be more interested in others as they grow up.

    8. Mark's improved after he started his new job.

    9. Everyone at the meeting was dressed casually, so I felt in my suit.

    10. Paul is too . He always focuses on his mistakes rather than his accomplishments.









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