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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #92727: Adjectives and description
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    Adjectives and description



    Describing someone





    selfish
    helpful
    messy
    polite


    kind
    rude
    hard-working
    lazy


    shy
    talkative

    Selfish
    Helpful
    Messy
    Polite
    Shy
    Kind
    Rude
    Hard-working
    Lazy
    Talkative

    Exercise : Find the right adjective.






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    1. Someone who always says 'Good morning, goodbye, have a nice day' is very .

    2. Karine is : she loves helping elderly people.

    3. John has to tidy his room : he's very .

    4. Brian always uses swear words : he's .

    5. John is very : he comforts his friends when they're sad.

    6. Lili works very diligently all the time : she's very .

    7. In contrast, Mike, her brother, is very, very .

    8. Marc has a lot to say; he's .

    9. Pierre never shares his sweets: he's very .

    10. John doesn't dare to say anything in public : he's very .









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