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not interesting or exciting
describes someone who is kind and gives emotional support to others
happy and positive
certain about your ability to do things well
good, stylish, or fashionable
usually relaxed and calm, not worried or upset
known and recognized by many people
behaving in a pleasant, kind way towards someone
making you smile or laugh
showing intelligence, or able to learn and understand things easily
A popular belief, opinion, etc. is one that many people have.
A serious person does not laugh often.
doing a lot of things, or moving around a lot
showing no fear of dangerous or difficult situations
pleasant and attractive
producing or using original and unusual ideas
If someone or something is dangerous, they could harm you.
very relaxed and not seeming worried about anything, or causing people to feel this way
special and interesting because of not being the same as others
feeling enthusiastic and happy about your life and your future
frightened or worried
to respect or approve of someone or something
before now, or before a particular time in the past
to add attractive things to an object or place, often for a special day or period
a very short time ago
to make arrangements for something to happen
up until now
someone who does something brave or good, which people respect or admire them for
round of applause
when people clap
someone who is extremely intelligent or extremely good at doing something
do a degree
to study for a qualification at a university
do an interview
to ask or answer questions at a meeting for a newspaper article, television show, etc
make a cake
to make a sweet food by cooking a mixture of butter, eggs, sugar and flour
to begin to know and like someone
miss the bus
to arrive too late to get on a bus
miss your family
to feel sad because you are not with your parents, brother, sister, etc.
a piece of writing, especially one which has short lines and uses words that sound similar
sign a contract
to write your name on a legal agreement to show that you will do something
sign an autograph
If a famous person signs an autograph, they write their name for you.
win a competition
to be the best in an organized event in which people try to win a prize by being the best, fastest, etc.
win a prize
to get something because you have succeeded in a competition or game
write a novel
to produce the words for a printed story
write a song
to produce the words for a short piece of music