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Which Adjective Describes Your Personality Best?

Jaké přídavné jméno vás nejlépe vystihuje?
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calm
klidná (adj)
calm
klidná a uvolněná
calm and relaxed
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boring
nudná (adj)
boring
nudná hodina
boring class
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anxious
znepokojený (adj)
anxious
Výsledky zkoušek vyjdou zítra a já jsem tím kvůli tomu opravdu znepokojený.
The exam results are coming out tomorrow, and I'm really anxious about it.
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humorous
vtipné (adj)
humorous
Poslouchají vtipný příběh.
They are listening to a humorous story.
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energetic
energický (adj)
energetic
energická řečnice
energetic speaker
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polite
zdvořilý (adj)
polite
zdvořilý soused
polite neighbor
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active
aktivní (adj)
active
aktivní dítě
active child
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honest
čestný (adj)
honest
diligent
pilný (adj)
diligent
strong
silný (adj)
strong
silný tajfun
strong typhoon
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introverted
introvertní (adj)
introverted
extroverted
extrovertní (adj)
extroverted
smart
chytrý (adj) masc
masc
smart
kind
laskavá (adj)
kind
stupid
hloupý (adj)
stupid
brave
statečný (adj)
brave
funny
vtipný (adj)
funny
Muži se smějí něčemu vtipnému.
The men are laughing at something funny.
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serious
vážná (adj)
serious
vážná osoba
serious person
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cool
zajímavý (adj)
cool
zajímavý styl
cool style
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shy
stydlivá (adj)
shy
stydlivé dítě
shy child
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patient
trpělivý (adj) masc
masc
patient
quiet
tichý (adj)
quiet
naughty
nezbedný (adj) masc
masc
naughty
silly
hloupý (adj) masc
masc
silly
intelligent
inteligentní (adj)
intelligent
ambitious
ctižádostivý (adj)
ambitious
friendly
přátelský (adj) masc
masc
friendly
enthusiastic
nadšený (adj) masc
masc
enthusiastic
nice
pěkný (adj)
nice
selfish
sobecký (adj)
selfish
lazy
líný (adj) masc
masc
lazy
generous
štědrý (adj) masc
masc
generous
sympathetic
soucitný (adj) masc
masc
sympathetic
thoughtful
přemýšlivý (adj) masc
masc
thoughtful
charismatic
charismatický
charismatic
reliable
spolehlivý (adj)
reliable
creative
tvůrčí (adj)
creative
aggressive
útočný (adj)
aggressive
artistic
umělecký (adj)
artistic
bad-tempered
popudlivý (adj)
bad-tempered
careful
opatrný (adj)
careful
easygoing
pohodový (adj)
easygoing
emotional
citový (adj)
emotional
hard-working
těžce pracující
hard-working
indecisive
nerozhodný (adj)
indecisive
moody
náladový (adj)
moody
naive
naivní (adj)
naive
Romantic
Romantický (adj)
Romantic
social
sociální (adj)
social
understanding
chápavý (adj)
understanding
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CzechClass101.comVerified
Friday at 4:27 pm
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Petr
Monday at 4:25 am
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For Christy: Yes, all adjectives use jsem in Czech, because there is only one verb to be (být). It doesnt matter if the adjective is about permanemt quality or not permanent. I guess you ask about this base on Spanish (estar x ser).

czechclass101.comVerified
Friday at 6:05 am
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Hi Rachel,


Thank you for your input here.

As for the adjectives, their last letters in a sentence are

decided by gender. In case of feminine, the adjective will end with, -á


Štědrá

Upřímná


In case of masculine gender, the adjective will end with,

- ý


Upřímný

Štědrý


In case of neutral gender, the adjective will end with, - é


Upřímné

Štědré


Therefore, your sentence about yourself is:

Jsem upřímná a štědrá.


You do not change the form into "štědrého" because it would be the same as saying in English: I'm "generously" and genuine.


You only want to say: I'm generous (štědrá) and genuine (upřímná) .


I hope this explains to you the difference. Best wishes with your learning and do not hesitate to ask more should you need to.

Sincerely Hanka


Team CzechClass101.com

Rachel
Thursday at 5:54 am
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Jsem štědrého a upřímný.

Not sure if I was supposed to change the ending for štědrý to štědrého?

czechclass.101.com
Wednesday at 12:15 pm
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Hi Christy,


thank you for your question. Yes, you got it right!

Jsem, or já jsem is used for any of the above adjectives. The only difference in the ending of the adjectives would be in the male or female speech.

That means, if you say ''jsem nadšený" (I'm chaffed/ happy) this is male speech. The adjective will change to "jsem nadšená" for a female (,-á at the end). The same pattern applies to the rest of the adjectives.


Hope this explanation helped.

Sincerely

Hanka


team CzechClass101.com

Christy
Tuesday at 1:28 am
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Is the "I am" verb the same for permanent and temporary qualities? For instance, if I say "I am tired" and "I am kind," is it "jsem" for both? I don't know if anyone will answer this but I also don't know how else to ask, hahah.