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Today, I am featuring Part 1 of a vocabulary list on personality words.
Before you study them, make sure you understand the difference between several expressions with the word: like.
What does he like? = What kind of thing does he like? This depends on the context of the conversation. If you are talking about television, it means what program does he/she like? It your are talking about food, it refers to the type of food the person likes. If you are talking about sports, it refers to the kind of sport the person likes.
What does she like to do? = activity
What are this person's interests? Does he/she like or enjoy sports, reading books, going for walks, cooking? How does she enjoy spending her spare time?
What does he/she look like? = physical appearance
Is the person, short, tall, slender, chubby? Does he/she have blond, black, brown hair etc?
What IS he/she like? = character or personality
When we ask what a person IS like, we want to know if the person is thoughtful, dependable, outgoing, reserved, friendly, or sociable?
These words and examples that show a person has this personality trait will let us know if we will enjoy spending time with this person or not.
For the complete set of activities, go to Quizlet: Personality Vocabulary