The morning after Sam's party.
words describing good and bad behaviour Revision:
incredibly + adjective - calm down Vocabulary argumentative
- describes a person who strongly disagrees and argues easily calm down
- telling someone to be relaxed; calm, i.e.
- Yes, I know we've missed the flight and will be late for the meeting but
calm down, don't get so upset, it won't help.
- having the power to delight or attract others, i.e.
- He was charming and very kind.
- The house was charming, with a beautiful garden.
- thinking of others, i.e.
- He's a very considerate person, always ready to help others.
- exaggerated behaviour designed to attract attention, i.e. She got up and danced on the table. She's such an show-off. immigration
- people coming to a new country to live permanently outrageous
- unconventional possibly offfensive behaviour, likely to
shock or upset people, i.e.
- On the plane he got drunk and threw bread rolls at people. It was outrageous behaviour.
- expressing opinions directly, frankly, i.e.She can be very outspoken, sometimes it upsets people.(to) piss someone off
- (slang and posssibly offensive) to annoy someone
(to) over-do something
- He always borrows money from people in our family then never pays them back, it's beginning to really piss me off.
- to do something to excess (too much), i.e.Whenever he *takes up something new he over-does it. He joined a gym, worked
out for three hours every day, and now he's ill with exhaustion.
* (to) take up
- (Phrasal Verb) to start a new hobby or activity in your life(a) prat
- (slang and potentially offensive) a silly or stupid person