Personality and character

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Personality and character:

By Isabel Janeth Del R. López M. Personality and character

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Adjectives for personality aggressive ambitious bossy supportive independant cheap confident gentle fair impulsive emotional mean sensitive truthful proud

Adjective for describing Personality:

Adjective for describing Personality sociable, extrovert Careless , negligent Tolerant, relaxed Dependable, loyal Reasonable, just Unkind, cruel Straight, honest Outgoing Laid-back Easygoing Reliable Fair Mean Truthful introvert strict rigid undependable prejudiced Compassionate dishonest Synonyms Antonym

Adjective prefixes:

Adjective prefixes Form The prefixes dis - , im - , in- , and un- can be added to adjectives to give them the opposite meaning. - He’s un friendly. (=not friendly) - She’s dis honest. (= not honest)

Common prefixes with opposite meanings are: :

Common prefixes with opposite meanings are: patient ( im ) considerate (in) friendly (un-) honest ( dis -) moral (a-) aerobic ( an ) ( doesn’t need oxigen ) logical ( il -) social (anti-) rational (ir-)

Adjective prefixes:

Adjective prefixes Other common prefixes with opposite meanings include: a/an - a moral anti- anti social il- il logical ir- ir rational

Lesson C : “He´s always working” (ONLINE) :

Lesson C : “He´s always working” (ONLINE) “Conversation strategy”. Use of “At least”

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Describing individual habits Be + ALWAYS + VERB+ing ( continuous form ) We’re always reading magazines in this house. = We do this a lot . We never stop. When I was at school , I was always eating gum . = I did this all the time. Annoying actions Positive actions

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At least My friend is always late, but at least she apologizes. a positive idea in a bad situation There were at least fifty people there. = minimum of or not less than ( with numbers and amounts ) That’s what we all used to do, or at least, most of us. correct or qualify information

TO REMEMBER:

TO REMEMBER Adjectives describe nouns (names) She’s a patient teacher. He seems good . They are impatient . Adverbs describe verbs (actions) She waited patiently . He sings well . They shouted impatiently .

What do you know about these people?:

What do you know about these people? Alicia Keys Alex Rodriguez Lucy Liu Matt Damon Read and circle the most interesting facts (in the book)

Most people don’t know that I…:

Most people don’t know that I… … studied industrial engineering in UL. What is something most people don’t know about you?

What facts do you think is the most interesting about…:

What facts do you think is the most interesting about… Your father Your mother Your sister Your grandfather

Who’s good at writing?:

Who’s good at writing? Who’s good at swimming? Who didn’t graduated from college? Who’s extremely athletic? Who studied art in China? Who loves to shop for clothes? Who graduated high school at age 16? Who’s very humble?

WRITING Perhaps too laid back? :

WRITING Perhaps too laid back? I’m an/a incredibly/extremely/ totally laid back person, and I’m really disorganized too. I… At least I always apolize …   / leɪdbæk / relaxed; easygoing.  I’m a laid back person, I’m a bit proud of that fact, but I’m finding more and more that it gets in the way because I have little-to-no experience in standing up for myself.  On the contrary, my sister is supportive of my family and friends. She is completely honest as well. You can always trust in her because she is always do ing the things well .

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What can you say about him? …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….…

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HOMEWORK Do not forget to do the homework related to unit 1. Study this topic. Some questions will come in the different evaluations. 28/09/2014 Lic. Isabel Janeth Del R. López M.

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