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Understand character adjectives Understand idioms Practise using idioms Practise Present Simple, Continuous, Perfect, Perfect Continuous, Past Simple, Past Continuous, Future Simple, be going to.
Shy – застенчивый easy-going – добродушный bossy – властный Patient – терпеливый Sociable – общительный stubborn – упрямый Selfish - самолюбивый Optimistic – оптимистичный
Read the descriptions and fill in the correct character adjectives Use: shy, easy-going, bossy, patient, sociable, stubborn, selfish, optimistic, caring. 1. Claire is always calm in difficult situations. She is… . 2. Sue always wants to do her own way. She is… . 3. Bob rarely gets upset and he likes meeting people. He… and… . 4. Tony doesn’t care about other people’s feelings. He is… . 5. Bill doesn’t feel comfortable with people. He is… . 6. Helen always looks on the bright side of life. She is… . 7. Fred always understands how others feel, always stays calm and doesn’t get annoyed with people easily. He worries a lot about what others think of him. He is… and… 8. John is so … . He likes telling people what to do.
Patient Stubborn Sociable, easy-going Selfish Shy Optimistic Caring Bossy
Idioms To speak one’s mind - выражать свое мнение To hold one’s tongue-замолчать, прекратить разговор
To drive someone crazy-сводить с ума, злить To break the ice-нарушить молчание, разрядить обстановку
To be a pain in the neck-быть назойливым To get on someone’s nerves-доводить, действовать на нервы
1. I don’t trust her. She can’t….. her… 2. My brother is a real… in the… . He is always causing so much trouble. 3. Please turn this loud music down .It’s….me… . 4. My friend is so bossy. She really …on my… . 5. I’m shy and I find it difficult to…the… . 6. Kim is optimistic and easy-going. She is never afraid to…her … . Use the idioms to complete the sentences. keep tongue pain in the neck driving crazy gets on my nerves break the ice speak …mind
Grammar quiz 1. I have been studying (study) English for five years. 2. George was cooking (cook) a meal when the telephone rang. 3. I’m really tired. I think I will have (have) early night. 4. This flower smells (smell) well 5. Pam is always coming (always/come) late! 6. Tie your showlaces. You are going to trip (trip) over them. 7. Oh no! I have lost (loose) my keys again. 8. Tom walks (walk) his dog every day after school. 9. We are thinking (think) of buying a new car. 10. The concert starts (start) at 9 p.m.