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A.   Read the clues carefully and solve the crossword puzzle.
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1. Behaving in a happy, friendly way.
2. Not caring or worrying about the possible bad or dangerous results of your actions.
3. Unwilling to talk about your abilities or achievements.
4. Determined to be successful, rich, famous etc.
5. Continuing to support someone or be their friend, even in a difficult situation.
1. Willing to give money, help, kindness, etc., especially more than is usual or expected.
2. Thinking about the needs and feelings of other people.
3. Able to wait for a long time or deal with a difficult situation without becoming angry or upset.
4. Behaving in an angry or rude way, as if you want to fight or attack someone.
5. Thinking you are better or more important then other people.
B.   Now use the same personality adjectives to complete the following sentences.
1. I'm sure you'll get a reply soon. Just try to be !
2. She is trying to be  despite her problems.
3. When I disagreed with him, he became  and started shouting.
4. He is very  about his role in the success of the film.
5. My aunt always gives me expensive presents. She's so .
6. He is extremely . He wants to become prime minister one day.
7. He was so  he thought he could not possibly lose.
8. It was very  of you to offer to drive us to the airport.
9. He is such a  driver that he has had two accidents over the past month.
10. While he was ill, his  servant stayed at his bedside day and night.
C.   Write the corresponding noun next to each adjective.
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