Reply Tue 31 May, 2016 06:58 pm
In English there are positive, negative and neutral(both positive and negative) adjectives describing personality traits. My question is that are "serious, silly, talkative,nervous" considered as neutral adjectives? Of course, I know words are used subjectively and it depends on the context or the tone of voice but I'm not sure about these adjectives. To my understanding "silly and nervous" are definitely negative but I've got no idea about "serious". I need the correct answer as the day after tomorrow I have to talk about this topic. Would you please explain it by example. Thank you in advance.
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Reply Tue 31 May, 2016 07:03 pm
There is nothing wrong with any of these traits, only if they get exaggerated.
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