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  • 1. Workbook Activity: Students often find themselves at a loss of words when they need to introduce themselves to the interviewer. Trainers often get the query around the vocabulary enhancement. However the more important thing to remember here is, that more than the knowledge of the word it is the usage that creates the impact. The following activity is designed to bridge the gap between knowledge and usage. Listed below you would find words that describe the characteristic traits of personality. Refer to the dictionary for the meanings of these words. For further clarification, if required, consult the trainer. Once clear with the meaning, try and associate these words with your own personality. Try and use as many words as possible. While describing your characteristic traits by the help of these words, cite an example to further clarify the meaning. For example: “I believe I am suitable for this job because I am prudent”. Meaning of the word: Wise/Far-sighted. Clarification: “ My profile included interaction with the customers, during my last industrial training. So I took an innovative approach and decided along with the other executives to wear a smiley batch. This didn’t only make the office environment pleasant for the customers, but also made it less stressful for the employees. “ It is encouraged that students use as many words as possible. They could choose to use the same list of words to describe their family members, friends, relatives, movies, role models, favorite companies, places, et al. Descriptive Adjectives List List of Descriptive Adjectives Describing Appearance List of Descriptive Adjectives Describing Personality List of Descriptive Adjectives Describing Feelings Adorable Aggressive Afraid Attractive Ambitious Angry Alluring Amused Anxious Beautiful Brave Bad Bewildered Bright Bored Confident Cruel Calm Cheerful Combative Confused Cultured Co-operative Comfortable Clumsy Cowardly Creepy Drab Dangerous Depressed Dull Diligent Disturbed Dynamic Determined Dominating
  • 2. Disillusioned Disagreeable Deceitful Elegant Evil Envious Fair Frank Faithful Filthy Fearless Fine Gentle Generous Good Glamorous Gifted Grieving Handsome Helpful Horrible Homely Harmonious Happy Hurt Hesitant Hungry Ill-mannered Instinctive Ill Jolly Jealous Jovial Kind-hearted Knowledgeable Kind Lovely Loner Lively Magnificent Mysterious Mature Nervous Naughty Nice Pleasant Pleasing Proud Perfect Placid Peaceful Plucky Punctual Protective Smiling Successful Sorrowful Splendid Sedate Silly Self-assured Sincere Sombre Snobbish Selfish Sore Thoughtful Talented Tired Tense Thrifty Troubled Timid Truculent Testy Upset Unbiased Unwell Vivacious Voracious Vengeful Wonderful Witty Wicked Worried Wise Weary Wild Warm Wrong Zaftig Zany Zestful eg- What an adorable baby! eg- He was a brave knight. eg- She was in a jovial mood. Following is a list of descriptive adjectives that describe shape, sound, size, time and quantity. List of Descriptive Adjectives Describing Shape List of Descriptive Adjectives Describing Size List of Descriptive Adjectives Describing Time List of Descriptive Adjectives Describing Quantity Broad Big Ancient Abundant Crooked Colossal Annual Bountiful Circular Great Brief Cumbersome Distorted Gigantic Early Empty Flat Huge Fast Extra Hollow Large Late Few
  • 3. Narrow Miniature Modern Heavy Round Mammoth Old Myriad Square Petite Rapid Many Skinny Tall Swift Multiple Steep Thin Slow Numerous Wide Tiny Young Substantial eg- A skinny boy eg- A miniature train eg- An ancient manuscript eg- Myriad stars The following descriptive adjectives list qualify nouns related to sound, taste, touch and color. List of Descriptive Adjectives Describing Sound List of Descriptive Adjectives Describing Taste List of Descriptive Adjectives Describing Touch List of Descriptive Adjectives Describing Color Blaring Bitter Hard Azure Cooing Delicious Loose Aqua Deafening Fresh Rough Blue Loud Hot Smooth Black Melancholic Icy Slippery Crimson Noisy Juicy Sticky Cyan Soft Spicy Sharp Gold Shrill Sweet Scattered Green Squeaking Sour Soft Magenta Silent Salty Tender Orange Thundering Tasty Uneven Pink Whispering Tasteless Wet Turquoise eg- Blaring loudspeaker eg- Delicious pastry eg- Rough surface eg- Green diamond