brave – someone who isn‘t afraid of danger.
Example sentences:Mario is a coastguard. He is very brave. His job is to rescue people.
chatty – someone who talks a lot.
Example sentences:Maria is a very chatty person. She is always on the phone to friends.
clever – good at learning things.
Example sentences:Gerard is very clever. He always gets top marks in class.
cowardly – (mildly negative) someone who is afraid of things. (often described as “a bit of a coward”)
Example sentences:Sylvia is a bit of a coward. She really hates going to the dentist!
easy-going – someone who is easy to get along with.
Example sentences:My husband is very easy-going.
friendly – someone who is nice to other people.
Example sentences:The people in my office are really friendly! I love working there!
funny – used to describe someone who is amusing.
Example sentences:Salem is really funny! He’s always entertaining us with jokes and stories.
generous – someone who shares their time or things with others.
Example sentences:My parents are very generous. They bought me a car for my birthday!
grumpy – bad-tempered.
Example sentences:My boss is really grumpy. He isn‘t an easy person to get along with.
hard-working – someone who works very hard.
Example sentences:My brother is very hard-working. He hardly ever takes a day off.
honest – someone who is truthful and who doesn’t cheat or steal.
Example sentences:Amina is a very honest. She always tells the truth.
kind – someone who behaves in a caring way towards other people.
Example sentences:Most of the people I‘ve met here have been kind.
lazy – an inactive person who avoids work.
Example sentences:Pete is very lazy. He rarely gets out of bed before mid-afternoon.
loud – someone who talks really loudly.
Example sentences： Rosita is really loud! When she talks， she drowns everybody else out.
lucky – someone who often has good fortune.
Example sentences:My brother is very lucky. He’s always winning prizes in competitions.
mean – 1) Someone who is a nasty person. 2) Someone who doesn‘t like spending money.
Example sentences:Phillip is very mean. He never pays for his share of things.
moody – adjective used to describe someone who behaves differently every time you meet them.
Example sentences:Nina is very moody. Yesterday she said hello; today she just ignored me.
nasty – a mean， unpleasant person. (the opposite of nice)
Example sentences:I don’t really know any nasty people. Most people I know are very nice.
neat – a person who is very tidy.
Example sentences:My flatmate Jorge is very neat and well organised. His room is always tidy.
nervous – someone who is easily startled by things.
Example sentences:Anna is a very nervous person. She gets scared easily.
nice – someone who is friendly and kind. (the opposite of nasty)
Example sentences:My best friend Lin is a really nice person. She is always there for me.
polite – someone who has good manners.
Example sentences:Abdullah is a very polite boy. He always says please and thank you.
popular – somebody who is liked by many people.
Example sentences:My cousin Ali is very popular. He has a lot of friends.
quiet – used to describe someone who doesn‘t talk very much.
Example sentences:Helen is a quiet person. She isn’t very talkative.
rude – bad mannered， impolite.
Example sentences:James is a very rude person. He always pushes in front of people in queues.
selfish – used to describe someone who only thinks about themselves.
Example sentences:Jeremy is very selfish. He never helps out with the housework.
serious – someone who is always very sensible (the opposite of silly)。
Example sentences:Eric is very serious person. He never joins in when we play silly games.
shy – quiet and a little bit nervous around other people.
Example sentences:Claire is very shy. She doesn‘t speak much in class.
silly – someone who is a bit foolish， or who doesn’t behave in a serious way.
Example sentences:Gina is a bit silly. She messes about in class when she should be working.
smart – 1) someone who takes a lot of care over their appearance 2) someone who
is very clever
Example sentences： (1)Anna is very smart. She is always neatly dressed.
stupid – (very negative and very impolite – sometimes used as an insult) someone who is not clever.Be careful when using this word! Using neutral adjectives to describe people is much safer.
tidy – someone who is very neat and well organized.
Example sentences:My sister is a very tidy person. I‘m the opposite; I’m really untidy!
unlucky – someone who often suffers from bad fortune.
Example sentences:Sabrina is very unlucky. Things always seem to go wrong for her.
untidy – someone who is very messy.
Example sentences:I‘m a very messy person. I always forget to put things away!
vain – (negative) someone who is a bit too fond of their looks.
Example sentences:Paulina is really vain. She spends far too much time looking in the mirror!
wise – someone with a lot of common sense and knowledge.
Example sentences:My grandfather was a very wise man. He taught me many things.
最后的5、6道以听力材料为基础，要求考生回答相关问题。首先，考生掌控时间能力的强弱对这个部分成绩的高低有着直接影响。在内容上一般是学校推出的某个政策(9/15是对student health center的改进，而9/23是对学校食堂的改进，所以从内容上来说都是贴近校园的，从阅读的结构上来说，上面所说的政策一定是分为2部分(9/15是学校附近的大医院，且突出其2方面，距离和医疗质量，而9/23也是2方面，一个是引进一个新的食堂，第二个是增加服务的内容food serivce，在听力中一定是结合上述2点对其展开驳论，所以听力中有用的信息点只有2个部分，那么在自己叙述的时候只要对这2个驳论进行复述就可以了。