Indispensable

Do you know the English adjective “indispensable“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning?

Gary: We need to cut the number of workers in the office. Who shall we fire?

Susan: I’ll think about it. But we can’t fire Cassie. She is indispensable.

Does it mean:

a) hard-working

b) essential

c) annoying

d) amusing

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Answer: b) essential

Considerate

Do you know the English adjective “considerate”? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning?

Eva: Olivia is such a considerate person.

Dave: I agree. She came to see me every day when I was in hospital.

Does it mean:

a) puzzling

b) kind

c) annoying

c) sad

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Answer: b) kind

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Fabulous

Do you know the English adjective “fabulous”? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning?

Nadim: I love your dress! You look fabulous!

Melissa: Thanks! I bought it last week.

Does it mean:

a) rich

b) wonderful

c) old

d) young

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Answer: b) wonderful

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Puzzling

Do you know the English adjective “puzzling”? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning?

Alan: This map is terrible. I can’t even find our location!

Lisa: Yes, it is puzzling, isn’t it?

Does it mean:

a) hard

b) accurate

c) easy

d) confusing

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Answer: d) confusing

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Bright

Do you know the English adjective “bright”? It has a few meanings. Can you guess the meaning below?

Rob: I heard Jake’s children did well on their exams.

Karen: Yes, they did. They are very bright.

Does it mean:

a) clever

b) shy

c) hilarious

d) funny

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Answer: a) clever

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Elated

Do you know the English adjective “elated”? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning?

Lilian: Is your son pleased about getting in to university?

Andrea: Oh, he’s elated. He tells everyone that he meets.

Does it mean:

a) confused

b) doubtful

c) nervous

d) happy

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Answer: d) happy

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Witty

Do you know the English adjective “witty”? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning?

Roger: What is the new guy at work like?

Steve: Very witty. He’s always telling jokes.

Does it mean:

a) funny

b) annoying

c) irritating

d) strange

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Answer: a) funny

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Glum

Do you know the English adjective “glum”? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning?

Sarah: What’s wrong? You are looking glum today.

Andre: My dog is sick.

Does it mean:

a) angry

b) sad

c) frustrated

d) irritated

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Answer: b) sad

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