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If you have to describe someone’s clothes:

  • Clothes: suit, sweatshirt, dress, sweater, trousers, jeans, tie, shirt, T-shirt, jumper, coat, scarf, jacket belt, hair band, blazer, cufflinks
  • Footwear: sandals, slippers (casual shoes), trainers (sport shoes), boots, shoes, open toed-shoes, high heeled shoes
  • Jewellery: earrings, necklace, bracelet, ring, cufflinks
  • Headgear: hood, helmet, cap, hat
  • Materials: woolen, leather, cotton, silk, polyester
  • Appearance: casual, smart, stylish, serious, successful, shy, rich, posh, student, rebel, creative, model, natural, vain (creído), eccentric, cheeky (atrevida), informal, outrageous (extravagante)
  • Others: stripped, plain, colouring
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Grammar: Future

I’ve a little troubles with the diferent kinds of futures, so I leave a little resume about it.

1. PRESENT SIMPLE

We use the present simple for scheduled events with a future meanings.

  • for timetables (planes, buses, ets. leaving and arriving): My train leaves Madrid on Monday at 11.30.
  • for programmes (when a conerence, a course, a footbal match, a film, etc): The new film starts at 22.
  • for people if their plans are fixed by a timetable.

2. PRESENT CONTINUOS

We use the pesent continuous.

  • for plans which have already arranged.

3. WILL-FUTURE

+ will + verb

– will not + verb –> won’t+verb

? will… + verb?

In formal English, shall is occasionally used with I/we instead of will.

We use will:

  • for decisions made at the moment of speaking.
  • for anything which is uncertain, especially with proably, maybe, I think, I expect and I hope.
  • for situation that we predict will happen but which are not definitely decided or arranged.
  • for something in the future which doesn’t depend on a decision by the speaker,

4. FUTURE CONTINUOUS

  • We use the future continuous for an event which is going on at a particular time or over a period of time in the future.

Grammar: Used to, get used to, be used to, be getting used to

I used to work at weekends: Yo solía trabajar los fines de semana, pero ahora ya no.

I‘m used to work at weekends: Suelo trabajar los fines de semana (AHORA trabajo los fines de semana)

I get used to awake early: Estoy acostumbrada a levantarme temprano

I’m getting used to awake early: Me estoy acostumbrando a levantarme temprano (aun no estoy acostumbrada)

Get used to y be get used to se puede conjugar en cualquier tiempo (past, past perfecte, future…)

Lista de adjetivos en inglés

Recently, I’ve did an intensive English course, I’m wishing to get the FC. Indeed, I’ve to work hard.

I leave a list of adjectives.

  1. Light: ligero
  2. aware: consciente, darse cuenta
  3. charitable: comprensivo, benévolo, caritativo, generoso
  4. shy: tímido, vergonzoso, no seguro
  5. anxious: ansioso
  6. stubborn: tozudo
  7. self-confidence: seguro de sí mismo
  8. assertive: asertivo
  9. well-balanced: equilibrado
  10. arrogant: arrogante
  11. insecure: inseguro
  12. talkative: hablador
  13. reliable: confiable
  14. cheerful: feliz, alegre
  15. sincere: sincero
  16. imaginative: imaginativo
  17. honest: honesto
  18. helpful: útil, servicial, provechoso
  19. stress: estresado, tenso
  20. rash: temerario, impulsivo
  21. animalistic: brutal, bestial, comportamiento animal
  22. bareful: prohibitivo
  23. dowdy: desaliñado, sin estilo
  24. causic: sarcástico
  25. feckless: incapaz, inútil
  26. acidic: ácido, agrio
  27. ambiguous: ambiguo
  28. barbarous: extraordinario
  29. brainless: descelebrado
  30. outrangeous: extravagante, estrafalario/ (precio) abusivo, excesivo/indignante/(persona) muy divertida
  31. calculating: calculador
  32. disastrous: desastroso
  33. dinamic: dinamico
  34. earsplitting: ensordecedor
  35. enhanced: mejorado, realzado
  36. erratic: (resultado) erratico, inconsistente/ (persona) unreliable
  37. fanatical: fanatica
  38. fabulous: increile, fabuloso
  39. hypnotic: hipnótica
  40. hysterical: histérico/a
  41. idiotic: idiota
  42. infamous: infame (famoso por cosas negativas)
  43. notorious: famoso (normalmente no por cosas positivas)
  44. invincible: invencible (difícil de derribar)
  45. Jazzy: llamativo
  46. juvenile: llamativo
  47. sour: amargo, agrio
  48. vague: ambiguo
  49. groovy: de moda
  50. biased: parcial, prejuciado
  51. glancing: de refilón, de paso, oblicuo

I hope that will be useful! Sorry for my bad English, I’m practising for improving it.

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He hecho una lista con adjetivos de diferentes tipos, la mayoría se refieren a la personalidad, más que a objetos o cosas.

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