Today’s Class with Fabiola is for a begginer level. Learn about pronouns and the verb “to be” with Fabiola, one of our ABA Teachers.
Watch the lesson with Fabiola and then learn some new vocabulary. The vocabulary we will look at today is related to adjectives we describe people.
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Annoying – to feel slightly angry.
Bad-tempered – easily annoyed or angered.
Boring – dull and uninteresting : causing boredom.
Brave – feeling or showing no fear : not afraid.
Carefree – having no worries or problems : free from care.
Careless – not using care : not careful.
Charming – very pleasing or appealing.
Conventional – used and accepted by most people : usual or traditional.
Cowardly – afraid in a way that makes you unable to do what is right or expected : lacking courage.
Cruel – used to describe people who hurt others and do not feel sorry about it.
Friendly – acting like a friend : kind and helpful.
Generous – freely giving or sharing money and other valuable things.
Honest – good and truthful : not lying, stealing, or cheating.
Kind – having or showing a gentle nature and a desire to help others : wanting and liking to do good things and to bring happiness to others.
Lazy – not liking to work hard or to be active.
Loyal – having or showing complete and constant support for someone or something.
Modest – not very large in size or amount.
Naive – having or showing a lack of experience or knowledge : innocent or simple.
Polite – having or showing good manners or respect for other people.
Selfish – having or showing concern only for yourself and not for the needs or feelings of other people.
Sensible – having or showing good sense or judgment.
Sensitive – easily upset by the things that people think or say about you.
Shy – feeling nervous and uncomfortable about meeting and talking to people.
Strict – used to describe a command, rule, etc., that must be obeyed.
Stubborn – refusing to change your ideas or to stop doing something.
Sympathetic – feeling or showing concern about someone who is in a bad situation : having or showing feelings of sympathy.
Weird – unusual or strange.
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