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Школа 11 класс Английский язык Module_4_11 Personality adjectives

Школа 11 класс Английский язык Module_4_11 Personality adjectives


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Personality adjectives

Task 1. Translate the personality adjectives or write out the definitions from the dictionary.


Task 2. Make up your own sentences with these adjectives.

Personality adjectives
adventurous, ambitious, careful, cheerful, communicative, competitive, considerate, co-operative, creative, decisive, easy-going, hard-working, helpful, imaginative, independent, inventive, kind, liberal, likeable, logical, natural, outgoing, polite, practical, realistic, reasonable, relaxed, reliable, sensible, sensitive, sociable, sympathetic, tolerant,

Ambitious, boring, careless, childish, cold, excitable, impatient, individualistic, insensitive, intolerant, moody, nasty, reckless, selfish, suspicious, unreliable, vain

Chatty, conservative, conventional, emotional, idealistic, proud, reserved, romantic, serious, sentimental, shy


Task 3. Describe two of your friends (or relatives) using personality adjectives and the structures below (50 words each):


He can be a bit ….

He tends to be very …

He’s not very …

He always seems to be very … and …

I think deep down he’s quite …

He’s rather …


Task 4. Choose three different people who know you. Write what they might say about you. (50 words)


This person thinks that I’m nice and kind. She also probably thinks …

Task 5. Complete the description with the words in the box.

cheerful, hard-working, outgoing, reckless, reliable, sensible, sociable, sympathetic

Robert is a (1)... boy, always with a smile on his face. He's a good listener, too, and is always (2)... if you have a problem or if something goes wrong. And if you ask for help, he's very (3)... - he won't let you down. At school he's very (4)... and gets good marks. He's a very (5)... person and would never do anything (6)... . Robert is a popular student with lots of friends; he's very (7)... and (8)... .

Task 6. Wordbuilding

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Task 7. Complete the sentences with an adjective or noun. The first letter is given.

  1. One minute he's cheerful, the next he's miserable. He's a very moody person.

  2. They are h... the economy will recover.

  3. Choosing a new car is a difficult d... to make.

  4. He couldn't see the i... of what I said.

  5. Her a... is to travel round the world.

  6. She listened to my problem with great s... .

  7. There's nothing to do. I think I'll die of b... !

  8. Don't do anything silly - use your common s... .

Task 8. Are the underlined words nouns, adjectives, verbs or adverbs?

  1. I could feel the sun on my face and I could touch the leaves of the plants. ( )

  2. She picked me up and held me close. ( )

  3. In my quiet, dark world I didn't feel sorry for doing it. ( )

  4. We walked down to the well. ( )

  5. That living word awakened my soul, gave it light. ( )

  6. Turn round and face the wall. ( )

  7. The train leaves at 8 o'clock. ( )

  8. The hotel is very close. ( )

  9. He's afraid of the dark. ( )

  10. She plays chess well. ( )

  11. Your bag is very light. ( )

Task 9. Make adjectives from the group of words (a-k)


A mood, stuff, happiness, cloud

B hope, care, help

C practice, nature, logic

D ideal, real, individual

E decision, create, imagination

F importance, tolerate, difference

G mystery, ambition, danger

H romance, sympathy, science

I like, rely, sense

J interest, tire, bore

K self, child

Task 10. Make adverbs from the adjectives in A, B and C.



Task 11. Read the text and translate the underlined words.


Extract from The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank


My dearest Kitty,

The weather’s been wonderful since yesterday, and I’ve perked up quite a bit. My writing, the best thing I have, is coming along well. I go to the attic almost every morning to get the stale air out of my lungs. This morning when I went there, Peter was busy cleaning up. He finished quickly and came over to where I was sitting on my favourite spot on the floor. The two of us looked out at the blue sky, the bare chestnut tree glistening with dew, the seagulls and other birds glinting with silver as they swooped through the air and we were so moved and entranced that we couldn’t speak. He stood with his head against a thick beam, while I sat. We breathed in the air, looked outside and both felt that the spell shouldn’t be broken with words. We remained like this for a long while, and by the time he had to go to the loft to chop wood, I knew he was a good, decent boy. He climbed the ladder to the loft, and I followed; during the fifteen minutes he was chopping wood, we didn’t say a word either. I watched him from where I was standing, and could see he was obviously doing his best to chop the right way and show off his strength. But I also looked out of the open window, letting my eyes roam over a large part of Amsterdam, over the rooftops and on to the horizon, a strip of blue so pale it was almost invisible.
“As long as this exists,” I thought, “this sunshine and this
cloudless sky, and as long as I can enjoy it, how can I be sad?”

Unless you write yourself, you can’t know how wonderful it is; I always used to bemoan the fact that I couldn’t draw, but now I’m overjoyed that at least I can write. And if I don’t have the talent to write books or newspaper articles, I can always write for myself. But I want to achieve more than that. I can’t imagine having to live like Mother, Mrs Van Daan and all the women who go about their work and are then forgotten. I need to have something besides a husband and children to devote myself to! I don’t want to have lived in vain like most people. I want to be useful or bring enjoyment to all people, even those I’ve never met. I want to go on living even after my death! And that’s why I’m so grateful to God for having given me this gift, which I can use to develop myself and to express all that’s inside me!

Task 12. Answer the questions about the text:

  1. What time of the year do you think it is? Why?

  2. Who do you think Peter is? How do you think the diary writer feels about him?

  3. How old do you think the writer is? Give your reasons.

  4. What do think is unusual about the writer’s situation?

Task 13. Choose a memory from your life. Write notes about these things (150 words):

Your age, place and time, who you were with, what happened, how you felt, what happened in the end.