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Face2Face - Pre-intermediate - Unit 6 - 6C

Here you will find the vocabulary from Unit 6 - 6C in the Face2Face Pre-Intermediate coursebook, such as "inconsiderate", "organised", "attractive", etc.

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Face2Face - Pre-intermediate
patient

able to remain calm, especially in challenging or difficult situations, without becoming annoyed or anxious

[Adjective]
considerate

thoughtful of others and their feelings

[Adjective]
honest

telling the truth and having no intention of cheating or stealing

[Adjective]
reliable

able to be trusted to perform consistently well and meet expectations

[Adjective]
employed

having a job or being currently working for someone or a company

[Adjective]
mature

full-grown and physically developed

[Adjective]
helpful

offering assistance or support, making tasks easier or problems more manageable for others

[Adjective]
selfish

always putting one's interests first and not caring about the needs or rights of others

[Adjective]
impatient

unable to wait calmly for something or someone, often feeling irritated or frustrated

[Adjective]
inconsiderate

(of a person) lacking or having no respect or regard for others' feelings or rights

[Adjective]
dishonest

not truthful or trustworthy, often engaging in immoral behavior

[Adjective]
unreliable

liable to be erroneous or misleading

[Adjective]
unemployed

currently jobless and is often actively seeking work

[Adjective]
immature

not fully developed mentally or emotionally, often resulting in behaviors or reactions that are childish

[Adjective]
unhelpful

not providing any assistance or useful help in making a situation better or easier

[Adjective]
unselfish

showing concern for the needs and happiness of others over one's own interests or benefits

[Adjective]
happy

emotionally feeling good

[Adjective]
intelligent

good at learning things, understanding ideas, and thinking clearly

[Adjective]
polite

showing good manners and respectful behavior towards others

[Adjective]
ambitious

trying or wishing to gain great success, power, or wealth

[Adjective]
friendly

kind and nice toward other people

[Adjective]
possible

able to exist, happen, or be done

[Adjective]
attractive

having features or characteristics that are pleasing

[Adjective]
correct

accurate and in accordance with reality or truth

[Adjective]
sure

feeling confident about something being correct or true

[Adjective]
healthy

not having physical or mental problems

[Adjective]
unhappy

experiencing a lack of joy or positive emotions

[Adjective]
unintelligent

lacking the ability to understand, reason, or make good decisions

[Adjective]
impolite

having bad manners or behavior

[Adjective]
unambitious

not having a strong desire or motivation to succeed

[Adjective]
unfriendly

not kind or nice toward other people

[Adjective]
impossible

not able to occur, exist, or be done

[Adjective]
unattractive

not pleasing to the eye

[Adjective]
incorrect

having mistakes or inaccuracies

[Adjective]
unsure

having doubts about or or no confidence in someone or something

[Adjective]
unhealthy

not having a good physical or mental condition

[Adjective]
organized

(of a person) managing one's life, work, and activities in an efficient way

[Adjective]
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