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Vocabulary – Chinese Zodiac
POR RRHH Digital, 00:04 - 30 de Mayo del 2014

The Chinese zodiac is a scheme and systematic plan of future action that relates each year to an animal and its reputed attributes according to a 12-year cycle, and it remains popular in several East Asian countries including China, Vietnam, Korea and Japan.

Here below you can see some examples of descriptions that fit the above animals profiles.

Can you guess which one

  1. They are funny, lively and hard-working, but they can also be a bit suspicious, self-important and full of self-praise.
  2. Honorable, brave and well-to-do, they tend to attach easily to people and put others first, but they can be inward-looking and a bit obstinate.
  3. A bit innocent and easily taken in, the like the fine things in life and pay attention to detail. Vey genuine, they enjoy being among people and will always stand by their friends.
  4. They are amusing, eager people who are good at thinking things up, but they can be unreliable and may not always tell the truth.
  5. They are kind and gentle people, easy to love, but not always easily pleased. They sometimes lack confidence, often have an underdeveloped sense of responsibility and cannot always look on the bright side.


  1. The Rooster
  2. The Dog
  3. The Pig
  4. The Monkey
  5. The Goat


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