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Let’s Learn English! How to Describe People in English Part 1



In this English lesson I will help you learn over 30 ways to describe people in English. You will learn to describe someone who thinks they are the most important person in the world, as well as how to describe someone who likes to be alone.

You will learn many new English words during this lesson, and I’ll make sure to pronounce each word clearly so that you can hear how they should sound.

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