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tradušao da palavra SHY please #1 (permalink) Thu Oct 29, 2009 19:56 pm   tradušao da palavra SHY please
 

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ESL/EFL Test #147 "Using Adjectives (6)", question 7

She is not outgoing and sociable at first. She is ..........

(a) shy
(b) friendly
(c) extroverted
(d) departing

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #147 "Using Adjectives (6)", answer 7

She is not outgoing and sociable at first. She is shy.

Correct answer: (a) shy

Your answer was: incorrect
She is not outgoing and sociable at first. She is departing.
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tradušao da palavra SHY please #2 (permalink) Thu Oct 29, 2009 20:55 pm   tradušao da palavra SHY please
 

Shy: to be timid; not outgoing and not comfortable in many social situations.
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She is departed #3 (permalink) Thu Dec 24, 2009 3:07 am   She is departed
 

Could we say "She is not outgoing and sociable at first. She is departed"?

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She is departed #4 (permalink) Thu Dec 24, 2009 6:27 am   She is departed
 

Good morning Watie. No, not really. You could say that " she appears to be a little introverted", but shy alone is sufficient to explain the way she is.

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