USE WORD FORMATION FOR KIND. It can be a noun, an adjective or an adverb.
My best friend is very 1)KIND . She always speaks very 2)KIND to people and I have never seen her be 3)KIND to anybody. Yes, I think her 4)KIND is her most outstanding feature although she has many others.
Have you seen a ‘The computer says no' sketch featuring Carol Beer? She is so 1) HELP to people. She never behaves 2) HELP and she is even quite rude. I'm glad that in my country the hospital staff are much more 3) HELP !
USE WORD FORMATION FOR RELY. It can be a noun, an adjective, a verb or an adverb.
I’m lucky. I have quite a few 1) RELY friends. I know I can 2) RELY on them when I need some advice, but it wouldn't be fair if I didn't show them the say degree of 3) RELY when it's the other way round.
A- I need to buy a new car. The one I've got now is so 1) RELY it always breaks down and I never know if I can 2) RELY on it.
B- Why don't you ask John? He's 3) RELY informed on cars and he'll tell you about the best options you have available at the moment.
USE WORD FORMATION FOR SENSITIVE. It can be a noun, an adjective, a verb or an adverb.
A - Jane's so 1) SENSITIVE that she always gets upset when she sees something violent or sad on the news. She's also good at speaking to people because she can listen 2) SENSITIVE to their problems and give them good advise.
B- I know. Nothing to do with her brother Mick. He doesn't care about anything or anyone. He's the most 3) SENSITIVE person I know. He need a 4) SENSITIVE programme to open up his mind to other people's problems!
USE WORD FORMATION FOR JEALOUSY. It can be a noun, an adjective or an adverb.
Children often feel 1) JEALOUS when a new baby arrives. Specialists believe that when parents see their first child behaving 2) JEALOUS towards the newborn baby, they shouldn't tell them off, but rather treat 3) JEALOUS as something natural and to be understanding with the other child.