I left out the following adjectives.
Can you please check them, too?

1) I've got a long face, heavy (thick?), curved eyebrows, oval eyes, a small nose and a round mouth. I've got short, dark, wavy hair.
According to the Face Reading Guide I'm (should be?) clever, friendly and sensitive. However, I'm also a bit nosy and shy.
2) An introvert person is someone who doesn't like meeting people.
3) Antonyms
polite/rude, impolite
determined/undetermined OR indecisive

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  1. 1) also "bushy"

    2) introverted person (adjectival form rather than noun)

    good on the vocab!


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