4 Phrases to Describe Personality – Learn How to Speak American English Fluently like a Native

Do you describe yourself as “nice” or “kind?”

Those words are good, but there are more common words and phrases native speakers use to describe a person’s character in English.

It’s important to be able to describe yourself or others. We need to describe ourselves for job interviews, when we meet new friends, when we date, or when we reflect on our own personalities.

We can say:

  • He’s a cool person
  • He’s down-to-earth
  • He’s laid-back
  • He’s easy-going
  • He’s type-A

These descriptors are all generally positive.

Copy_of_GNEAudio_Ebook

Cool, down-to-earth, laid-back and easy-going all mean someone who is calm and relaxed.

Type-A means someone who is very organized, ambitious, likes to plan and doesn’t enjoy “going with the flow” as much as others.

In the video, we practice pronunciation and how to use these phrases.

Watch the English tip video here:

 

 

Join the Complete Go Natural English Course by Email Invitation Only
Enter your name and email to get information about Fluent Communication (including how to join), a complete online English course that will help you reach fluency fast