Level 1

Unit 1


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friendly
pleasant and helpful towards other people
generous
ready to give or share things with other people
adventurous
willing to take risks or to try out new methods, ideas, or experiences
ambitious
Having or showing a strong desire and determination to succeed
assertive
Having or showing a confident and forceful personality
bossy
someone who keeps telling other people what to do, in a way that annoys them
cautious
very careful; never taking chances
creative
producing or using original and unusual ideas
energetic
someone who has a lot of energy and is very active
likeable
pleasant, friendly, and easy to like
moody
likely to become unhappy or angry for no particular reason
hardworking
tending to work with energy and commitment; diligent
organised
a person who arranges and plans activities carefully and effectively
quiet
a person who does not like talking or who does not usually talk much
reliable
someone who you can trust to behave well, work hard, or do what you expect them to do
reasonable
sensible
self-confident
trusting in one’s abilities and qualities
serious
concerned with important matters rather than trivialities
sensitive
receiving impressions readily; easily affected or influenced; easily hurt or offended
sociable
someone who is friendly and enjoys being with other people
talkative
liking to talk a lot
thoughtful
a person who remembers what other people need or want, and is kind and helpful
easy-going
carefree, relaxed, peaceful.
open-minded
willing to consider new ideas
even-tempered
not easily annoyed or made angry
determined
having a strong desire to do sth, so that nothing will stop you
warm-hearted
sympathetic, friendly and kind
level-headed
Calm and sensible
redefine
give a new or different definition to something
misunderstand
to not understand someone or something correctly
overrated
Have a higher opinion of (someone or something) than is deserved
misuse
treat badly or unfairly; use wrongly
ex-tycoon
sb who used to be very successful and powerful in business and have a lot of money
bicycle
a vehicle with two wheels that you ride by pushing pedals with your feet
antisocial
Not sociable or wanting the company of others
monorail
a railway system in which trains travel on a single metal track
outperform
to do or perform better than (someone or something)
semicircle
half of a circle
discomfort
a feeling of slight pain
overconfident
Excessively confident
ex-boss
former boss
bilingual
speaking two languages very well
rewrite
write again
dislike
to not like someone or something
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