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I'm posting you the sentence again. I added a few other sentences. Thank you.

1)My child is outgoing, generous and likes teasing his classmates (I need an adjective: playful, annoying?). However, he is also stubborn, naughty and moody. Further, he gets sulky when I scold him (tell him off).
2)My wife is caring, thoughtful and sensible. She never loses her temper or gets angry. She is a careerist. On the other hand, I’m very temperamental and touchy.
3) She isn't at all shy. Can you say: "She isn't shy at all".
She is a but/quite/rather/very/really shy.
4)What does this sentence mean: "When's your friend in his/her element?
(Real question).
5) Who is your boyfriend? The one with (or in?) the red jacket?

  • English -

    1) reprimand = scold

    3) yes
    But not "but" = bit?

    4) To be entirely at ease with your surroundings and the people in your company. One would be comfortable.

    5) with a jacket = could be carrying it but in a jacket = must be wearing it.


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