There are so many positive qualities that we can name in our native language, but it’s not easy in English. Today, we’ll show you some.
Let’s begin with adjectives that are usually used for things.
“Compelling” means very interesting.
Example: There are compelling reasons why we need an experienced manager.
“Rigorous” means very strict and detailed.
Example: We perform rigorous testing after every step in the manufacturing process.
“Marvelous” means extremely amazing, extraordinary.
Example: The business plan is marvellous. We can fail if we do it right. Things
Let’s see some adjectives that are usually used for people.
“Generous” describes people who give more than what is needed or expected.
Example: You are so generous with your compliments. I don’t know what to say.
“Energetic” is used to describe people who are full of energy.
Example: I am most energetic in the morning.
“Easygoing” is used for people who are calm and relaxed.
Example: He’s a nice and easygoing person. You’ll like to have him in your team.
Here in Worddio, we like data. We analyzed large databases and compiled a list of the most common words related to positive qualities in people or things. For each, you will have a description and an example of how to use it in a sentence.
You might want to check this post where we give you words for negative qualities.
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