Adjectives to describe personality Revision:
Present Perfect - end up (Phrasal Verb) - no matterVocabulary bad-tempered
- gets angry easily bossy
- likes to order people around chatty
- (informal) talkative (to) end up
- (phrasal verb) eventually, i.e.
- He worked so hard he got stressed out and ended up in hospital.
- We had dinner, went to a movie, then had a walk and ended up at Sue's house for coffee.
- I reget this, and is often a way of apologising, i.e.
- I'm afraid I can't come to your party, we're going on holiday that day.
- I'm sorry, I'm afraid you didn't get the job. We're looking for someone who can start immediately.
- (slang) to a great extent; very, i.e.
- She's mega-rich.
- I was mega-tired after my shift in the restaurant.
- (slang) to give someone a mouthful, to criticise them in a bold and forceful
- The manager was so rude to me so I gave her a mouthful.
- (Idiom) despite; irrespective of. Often followed by a relative pronoun, what,
where, how why
, (also if
) etc. i.e.
- No matter if its raining this afternoon, we're still going to go for a walk.
- No matter what he says to me, I'm not going to get angry.
- No matter how tired I am after work, I am going to play tennis.
- No matter where your house is, we'll find it and get to your party.
- No matter why he wants the money, don't lend it to him: he'll never pay you back.
- someone who is being offensive and unpleasant over-bearing
- a person who is arrogant and bossy witty
- using words in a way that is clever and funny snob
- someone who considers themselves socially superior; often because they are rich or
were born in a certain family sociable
- very friendly