Match the following adjectives with their opposites.
Complete the sentences with one of the adjectives below.
a. Sammy always thinks that everything will go wrong with him, he is very… .
b. Betty finds it hard to make friends because she is… .
c. … people feel good about themselves & aren’t afraid to speak to others.
d. Tim felt very … when he saw his girlfriend speaking to another boy.
e. I was … when I told a joke in front of the whole class & nobody laughed.
f. A person who changes quickly from being happy to being unhappy for no reason is… .
g. People who live in small communities can be a bit… & afraid to accept new ideas.
h. If you don’t stop being … you won’t get your ice-cream!
i. He is rather … & never stops telling you how wonderful he is.
j. I wish you were not so … . Why can’t you pay for the coffee for once?
k. Going out in the rain without a jacket was a … thing to do.
l. They are very … . They let us stay in their house & then lent us a car.
m. Why be so… ? Everybody feels proud of you.
n. If you are … you don’t show that you are afraid of some danger.
o. You have little experience; you believe all people are kind & honest when they aren’t.
p. Your actions are often influenced by others.
q. Jack was born with a silver spoon in his mouth.
(easily led, boastful, jealous, hospitable, stingy, confident, shy, courageous, modest, embarrassed, narrow-minded, pessimistic, naive, naughty, stupid, moody, happy)