English words for DESCRIBING PEOPLE
Learning words for describing people in English is very important if you want to speak English fluently.
How often do you have a conversation with friends and you want to describe someone you know or have just met?
It is also important to have an extensive vocabulary in English and this video and others will help you do just that.
Some of the words featured in this lesson are:
Courageous – He is the most courageous person I have ever met.
Down-to-earth – Sally is one of my most down-to-earth friends.
Knowledgable – Peter is very knowledgable for such a young age.
Narrow-minded – I can’t stand narrow-minded people. They drive me nuts.
Outgoing – She used to be shy but now she’s really outgoing.
Gullible – You are too gullible to be working here.
Persuasive – Joan must be quite persuasive to convince you to come to the party.
Please watch the video to see how we use these words and more in context.
After watching the lesson, try to use the words as often as you can with your friends or teacher.
This will help you retain the words and give you more confidence when you speak English.
The words will also be useful if you need to practice you writing in English too.
Describing people like your friends and family is also a good way to make sure the learn the words properly.
You could also describe yourself. What kind of person are you?
Are you narrow-minded? Would you say you are outgoing? Do you have a courageous streak?
I am sure you will find words in this lesson for describing people like you.
This lesson for B2 and C1 level learners of English.
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