This course introduces personalities, behaviors, and personal qualities when describing people. You'll analyze clips, listen to audio recordings, post in the student forum, and fill out worksheets.
What You'll Learn
- How to talk about people's behavior using adverbs
- How to describe people's personality using adverbs before adjectives
- How to describe habits using always + a continuous verb
- How to use adverbs like extremely to make adjectives and adverbs stronger
- How to add prefixes to adjectives to make opposites
- How to use at least to point out the positive side of a situation
WORDS TO LISTEN FOR
In your notebook, draw two columns. Label one, Personality. Label the other Habits.
Think about your best friend. What's he or she like? Write down one thing under Personality. Examples: smart, funny, kind.
Now tell me about one of your best friend's favorite free-time activities. Write it under the Habit's column. Examples: play soccer, cook, listen to music.