C1 · C2 · People, relationships & family · Vocabulary

30 Personality adjectives for C2

Ok, it’s fine if you want to say that your best friend is a good guy, a nice guy, a great guy or even a cool guy, but where’s the vocabulary that you should be using for this level? Here’s a vocabulary activity with 30 different adjectives for you to grab and make part of your linguistic repertoire when speaking about people (actually some of them are even quite funny) 🙂

Created by blogdeserena

C1-C2 Adjectives for personality

Here you have a vocabulary quiz related to adjectives for personality.

 

 

Quiz by Serena

Having very strict and moral attitudes.

Not easily upset about things. 

Extremely stupid and badly educated. 

Bad-tempered and not speaking.

Never giving up or getting tired of doing something.

Cheerful and full of energy.

Full of hopes and dreams in an unrealistic way. 

Showing you do not care or are anxious about what you are doing.

Thinking and behaving in the same way as the majority of people.

Very easily shocked by things related to sex.

A person who is weak and easily frightened.

Morally bad.

Not willing to accept defeat, even in a difficult situation.

Nervous and insecure about your appearance or what people think of you. 

Bad-tempered and often annoyed.

Behaving in an unkind way in order to hurt somebody.

Not worried about other people's feelings or suffering.

Tending to argue and be in a bad mood, even aggressively. 

Being ashamed about something you have done.

Having a weak caracter. Not behaving in a responsable way.

Not showing emotion or reaction towards things that happen. 

Refusing to obey someone in authority.

Having the ability to see or understand things quickly, especially those that are not obvious.

Unwilling to change your opinión about something or somebody in a way that is annoying.

Showing that you think you are more than other people, especially by using complex language structures and formal vocabulary. 

Too interested in unpleasant things, especially related to death and disaster.

.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.