Bustling

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

Erika: Do many tourists visit your hometown during summer?

Nelly: They visit all year round. It is a bustling little town.

Does it mean:

a) quiet

b) full of cars

c) small

d) crowded and busy

The answer is below!↓

colorful cliffside village

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Answer: d) crowded and busy

Perplexed

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

Terry: You look perplexed. What’s wrong?

Graham: It’s this math problem. I just can’t work it out.

Does it mean:

a) upset and angry

b) sad

c) confused

d) annoyed

The answer is below!↓

person holding a chalk in front of the chalk board

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Answer: c) confused

Exquisite

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

Joyce: Have you been to the jewellery exhibition at the museum yet?

Nina: Yes, I have. I enjoyed it. Some of the items are really exquisite.

Does it mean:

a) ugly

b) expensive

c) shiny

d) very beautiful

The answer is below! ↓

black and white close up jewellery jewelry

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Answer: d) very beautiful