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Hi, Can I use beautiful, pretty and good-looking to describe women and girls? What is the defferent in usage and meaning between them? Thank you very much. In fact, it's so generic you can use it for men and boys as well. For every 50 pretty women, there is only one beautiful one.
It's all in the eye of the beholder. Check out our list of pronunciation videos. CJ has given you a good answer and by him pointing out that good-looking can be used for males, he was pointing out that pretty and beautiful would never be used for men or boys. I didn't want you to miss this point! Hi Thank you all for your answers very much.
Is 'pretty' more beautiful than 'good-looking'? Hi, Could anyone please help me with this question? Does 'a pretty gril' look more beautiful than 'a good-looking girl'?
We supply a list of EFL job vacancies. Anonymous Does 'a pretty girl ' look more beautiful than 'a good-looking girl'? I would say "No". Anonymous Hi, Could anyone please help me with this question? Thank you CJ and CSnyder for your reply.
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For millennia, philosophers and poets have marvelled at the mysterious power attractive people wield over us. Only in the s, though, did psychological research reveal the sad truth: Study after study has since shown we assume them to be smarter, kinder, more generous and more trustworthy than their less comely counterparts—even when we have nothing more to go on than pictures of their faces.
It applies whether the target of our gaze is a potential mate or a prospective head of government. To evolutionary biologists, these snap judgments make sense. Attractive people, they reason, are the big winners of natural selection. They enjoy better success finding mates. They have more children, they get better jobs and they make more money than plain-looking folk. Their pleasing appearance is thought to signify good physical and mental health, so experts believe our desire to be close to them, or have them lead us, may be rooted in our primal instinct to preserve the species.
Is such faith justified? Are the piercing eyes and glossy mane of, say, Justin Trudeau any more indicative of virtue than the shiny forehead and middle-age drift of NDP Leader Tom Mulcair? Are attractive people more honest in business and more loyal in marriage than plain people? On these questions, researchers are just starting to deliver answers.
And the early returns are disconcerting. An ongoing series of Japanese studies has concluded that attractive young males are relatively disinclined to co-operate with others or to share money, and while good-looking females come off better, Israeli psychologists have found they tend to be more socially conformist and self-promoting than observers presume them to be. New Canadian research, meanwhile, is diving deep into how beauty influences politics, finding that good-looking politicians of both sexes enjoy a distinct advantage when wooing uninformed voters—a result they fear unscrupulous campaign operatives will use in the future, favouring attractive candidates over good ones, or limiting the amount of useful information available to voters.
Not all of this comes as a shock. Surely, good-looking men have more opportunity to cheat. You might wonder how something as subjective as physical appearance can lend itself to scientific inquiry. Beauty, after all, lies in the eye of the beholder—or so Plato taught us. But even he must have noticed that the beholders have remarkably similar tastes: This makes it surprisingly easy to design experiments on physical attractiveness.
Most begin with a panel of randomly selected judges, who rate the attractiveness of the subjects, or photos of them. Researchers then categorize the subjects based on their relative attractiveness, and use those sets to perform experiments. They might compare how they act in games of trust. Or they might observe how others judge attractive, versus unattractive, people.
Technology plays a bigger and bigger role. A few years ago, neuroscientists at Duke University wired 22 college-aged women to MRI brain scanners, showing each photos of male faces of varying attractiveness, followed by written blurbs about the moral behaviour of the men they had just viewed. In doing so, they may have pinpointed the physical source of the beautiful-is-good stereotype. In the Duke experiments, it surged with neural activity, not only when the women viewed the faces of attractive men, but also when they viewed the positive statements.
To the researchers, this suggested overlap in what are supposed to be two distinct functions—judging attractiveness and assessing moral goodness. So, essentially, we appear to be confused, possibly to our own detriment. If our responses to dishy humans occur in some instantaneous jumble of subconscious neural activity, how are we to protect ourselves from the handsome devils and femmes fatales of this world?
These are not rational processes. Among heterosexual college-aged men who were in permanent relationships, the good-looking ones averaged 2. No such link between appearance and infidelity surfaced among attractive females.
Men don't really care if your eyes are brown, black or green. But they fall for eyes that reflect a beautiful soul. While a lovely face and great body are perks, a woman who has a mind of her own and a sparkling personality has an attractiveness that stands the test of time.
Men can crawl on their knees to find a kind woman. Who doesn't love kindness, by the way? They go weak in front of women who are strong. Who can stand up for themselves and others for their rights. They like women who are pure, clear and honest. Having said all of the above, I would also like to add that there are all kinds of men and women out there.
Some may value the soul over the body while others may be more superficial. Your man seems to be the kind who knows what he wants and who accepts you for who you are as a person. Let your inner radiance reach his mind and soul and then let it reflect in his eyes.
You will find all your answers in his gaze. Decide to work things out so that you two embark on a beautiful journey full of love, kindness, peace and happiness.
A version of this post first appeared on Womanatics. Newsletters may offer personalized content or advertisements. Dave and Les Jacobs via Getty Images. Caucasian couple admiring scenic view of ocean from wooden deck. Recently I got a message on Quora where a woman asked me this -- As soon as I read this message, I thought to myself, "I have felt this way too!
Most of us do it. I am not good looking enough. I am not educated enough. I am not talented enough. I am not sexy enough. I am not -- fill in the blank -- enough.
I have done it too. I remember how I questioned myself repeatedly when I got engaged to my now husband.
“When you’re a model, or just extremely good-looking, people are constantly telling you that you’re beautiful, but those people usually want something from you,” she told me. Nov 28, · It shows that 'beautiful man' has always been rare, 'handsome woman' does seem to have become less frequent over time, and that 'beautiful woman' and 'handsome man' have always been more frequently used than 'handsome woman' and 'beautiful man' (with the usual caveats about the quality of Google data). Jul 13, · Edit Article How to Look Handsome (Boys) Three Parts: Exhibiting Attitude and Personality Developing Fashion and Style Grooming Community Q&A There is more to looking handsome than just having good looks and a dashing smile that 78%().