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Adjectives

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  • Don't be so ______(drama) about everything. Things are never as bad as they first seem.
    dramatic
  • You'd be more _______(belief) if you told fewer lies.
    believable
  • Remember the time you were ______-confident (= too) and took a big fall?
    over
  • It's (pretty / absolutely) hard being you sometimes.
    It's pretty hard being you sometimes.
  • (Put the adjectives in the correct place) Don't get if you don't always hear people say things about you. (upset, positive)
    Don't get upset if you don't always hear people say positive things about you.
  • I know you are (a bit / not much) worried about your future, but you don't need to be.
    I know you are a bit worried about your future, but you don't need to be.
  • It's a (well-knowing / well-known) fact that you are far too (easy-going / easy-gone).
    It's a well-known fact that you are far too easy-going.
  • (Put the adjectives in the correct place) You shouldn't feel if you do thigs for yourself sometimes. (selfish)
    You shouldn't feel selfish if you do thigs for yourself sometimes.
  • Pay attention to me, I'm a (50-year-old / 50-years-old) version of you.
    Pay attention to me, I'm a 50-year-old version of you.
  • Sometimes your behavior can be (very / completely) awful.
    Sometimes your behavior can be completely awful.
  • Try not to get so stressed (up / out) when things don't go according to plan.
    Try not to get so stressed out when things don't go according to plan.
  • (Put the adjective in the correct place) Worry less about your appearance and you'll have a live. (great, personal)
    Worry less about your personal appearance and you'll have a great live.
  • Stay ______(cheer) - you've got a lot to be happy about.
    cheerful
  • (Put the adjectives in the correct place) Don't always be rational - it's to listen to your voice. (inner, important)
    Don't always be rational - it's important to listen to your inner voice.
  • You've been ___honest (= the opposite of) in the past, but it's never too late to change.
    dis