AEE 377: Six Ways to Describe Someone’s Integrity in English

English vocabulary honest or dishonest

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Do you want to know how to describe someone who is honest or dishonest using more specific English vocabulary words?

By going deeper with your vocabulary words you can connect more with people and create a better description of someone.

A few weeks ago we talked about how to use specific vocabulary words to describe someone who is mean in English.

Today you’ll learn some new English vocabulary terms to describe integrity and personality.

If you are taking the IELTS exam then using specific vocabulary words on your IELTS Speaking test or your IELTS Writing test will boost your score so this episode is for you!

 

How to describe someone who is dishonest:

  • Manipulative: Someone who understands the human mind and tries to control your mind to control what you do in order to serve or help that person in some way.
  • Sneaky: More often used to describe someone who is young and who takes little, dishonest actions.
  • Deceptive: Someone who hides things, who leads someone in the wrong direction.

 

How to describe someone who is honest:

  • Trustworthy: Someone who can be trusted with a secret or who is reliable.
  • Dependable: Someone who will always show up when they are expected to show up, someone who can be expected to deliver what they promise on time.
  • Loyal: Someone who will be true in a relationship, who will not cheat. We can also use this term to refer to a dog who has been well trained.

 

Practice these adjectives!

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