Natuur- en scheikunde
› 14 + 15
Helaas is de overhoormodule niet beschikbaar. Wel kun je deze lijst overhoren via WRTS. Klik op 'Overhoren'
, deel unit 14-15
14 + 15
Jaar 4 (vwo)
Link voor email / website
Link naar overhoring, zonder bewerk/reactiemogelijkheid (ELO)
Open met deze code de oefening in miniTeach
Spontaneous = acting in an open and natural way, without worrying about what you say or do Happy-go-lucky = not caring or worrying about the future Down-to-earth = sensible and realistic in things you say or think Chatterbox = a person who talks a lot Passionate = very enthusiastic or interested in something Give something a go = be prepared to try something. Syn. Have a go, give something a try Within reason = according to what is practical, possible, or sensible Be drawn to something/somebody = be attracted to something/somebody Considerate = always thinking about other people’s wishes and feeling. Syn. thoughtful. Opp. Inconsiderate Affection = the feeling of liking or caring about something/somebody Integrity = the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles Pretentious = trying to appear important, intelligent, etc. to impress others Attribute = a quality or feature of somebody/something What do you make of somebody/something? = What’s your impression of somebody/something Character = an interesting or unusual person can be called a character Quick-witted = able to think quickly Shrewd = good at judging people and situations. Syn. astute Ruthless = determined to get what you want and not caring about others Take to somebody/something = start liking somebody/something Come across (as) = make a particular impression Pushy = trying hard to get what you want, especially in a rude manner Conceited = thinking you are very important, clever, etc. Strike somebody (as something) = give somebody a particular impression Conscientious = taking care to do things carefully and correctly Trustworthy = able to be relied on as good, honest, etc. Charisma = a quality that makes other people like you and be attracted to you Assertive = behaving confidently so that people take notice of what you say Get up somebody’s nose = annoy somebody very much On the surface = when not looked at or thought about carefully Aloof = not friendly towards others. Syn. distant Diffident = not confident; not wanting to talk about yourself. Syn. shy Don’t judge a book by its cover = don’t form an opinion of somebody/something by their appearance only Trait = a feature of somebody’s character Misleading = giving the wrong idea or impression. Syn. deceptive. Mislead somebody. Syn. Deceive somebody Virtue = a good or desirable quality Vice. Virtuous = a bad quality Cunning = able to do things by being clever, but not always honest. Syn. crafty Impulsive = doing things quickly, without thinking about the results. Syn. impetuous, rash Naïve = lacking experience of life, and trusting others too easily Be cruel to be kind = make somebody suffer because it will be good for them later Unit 15: Ecstatic = very happy. Syns. Euphoric, elated, over the moon Jubilant = feeling extremely happy because of a success In tears = crying Close to tears = nearly crying Devastated = very upset. Syn. heartbroken Lose your temper, hit the roof = become very angry. Syn. go mad Gutted = very disappointed Hysterical = being in a state of extreme distress or excitement and crying, laughing, or shouting, etc. Stunned = shocked and surprised. Syn. gobsmacked Appalled = shocked because something is very unpleasant. Syn. horrified Bottle something up = stop yourself showing negative emotions or feelings, especially over a long time Wear your heart = make your feelings obvious to others Disclose something (to somebody) = give somebody information about something, especially something that has been secret. Syn. reveal something Vulnerable = weak and easily hurt, physically or emotionally Uneasy = slightly nervous, embarrassed, or worried. Syn. uncomfortable Pour something out = express all your feeling, often because you are unhappy Innermost thoughts = the thoughts which are most personal and private Instinct = a way of behaving that results from responses you were born with rather than responses you learned Guarded = careful not to give too much information. Syn. cautious Give something away = tell people secret information Suppress your feelings = stop yourself from having or expressing feelings Pent-up (of emotions, energy, etc.) = held back: not shown or expressed
op 18-02-2016 - 331x bekeken.
Nog niet genoeg stemmen voor waardering: geef je mening!
Er zijn nog geen reacties.
Maak gratis account aan
Toon volledig menu
Door deze site te gebruiken, ga je akkoord met het gebruik van cookies voor analytische doeleinden, gepersonaliseerde inhoud en advertenties.
Overhoor en verbeter je talenkennis op woordjesleren.nl. De grootste verzameling van Franse, Engelse, Duitse en anderstalige oefeningen. Naast talen zijn ook andere vakken beschikbaar, zoals biologie, geschiedenis en aardrijkskunde!