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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #96825: Adjectives
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    very clever and funny person


    someone who wants more money, things or power than they need


    inclined to avoid effort, not willing to work


    a person that inflicts pain to people or animals without pity


    unhappy, ill-tempered or gloomy


    a person unwilling to spend or give a lot of money, not generous


    not able to be trusted or depended on


    people who do not show their feelings, silent or reticent


    a generous person that gives in large quantities


    a revengeful and cruel person


    used about people who do not usually talk much, restrained in a speech, manner...


    a tactful person that is careful not to say a secret


    friendly, sociable, festive and making you feel welcome


    being very thin in a way that is not attractive


    people who are kind, not antagonistic or hostile, they often make you feel comfortable


    someone who works hard and is constant in effort to accomplish something

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    1. He has always been very , kind and helpful to me. I like him very much.

    2. Don't be so . You really needn't so much money.

    3. Judy never does any housework. She only lies in bed all day. I've never seen such a girl.

    4. Ted was very when he was at school. He studied hard and never forgot to do his homework.

    5. I like his sense of humour. I consider him a very clever and young man.

    6. You are too . You should eat more.

    7. I am sure this girl will never tell you anything about it. She is too .

    8. Don't be friends with Daniel. He's a person and he likes to inflict pain for the pleasure it brings him.

    9. July seemed very over her parents' divorce.

    10. Eric never shares his feelings with anybody. He has always been shy and .

    11. A man gave all he possessed to the poor.

    12. If you hurt him, he'll take revenge on you. He never forgives and never forgets. He is such a person.

    13. My grandfather Wilhelm was a very man. He didn't like to say much. He preferred to listen.

    14. Don't ask Joan! She's so and can't be trusted to do it.

    15. Gordon, in opposition to his gloomy brother, is a boy with charm and a great sense of humour. He enjoys dancing.

    16. She is rather a girl. She doesn't like to spend money and shares her items with others.

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