Is it correct to put either the word " sensitive " or " careful " under this definition:
" someone who cares about others' feelings "
If yes, which is more suitable?
can you please put down your name-signature if you're an English native speaker?
Tank you very much for all.
'Careful' does not mean this. 'Sensitive' is better.
Originally Posted by Al-Ameera
Be careful of listing adjectives (careful, sensitive) as 'definitions' of a noun or pronoun ('someone') - or vice versa, eg:
'Happy' adj. The opposite of 'sad'. Correct.
'Happy' adj. A person who is not sad. Wrong!
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