What is the difference among saying:
1. I am an easy person;
2. I am an easy person to deal with;
Tic Tac! Can we get into troubles when we use one of these sentences?
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I wanted to add some spice to NotAClue's comment, but since she has withdrawn it, there is nothing better for me to do but to zip up!
Found it! That was the second version, I guess. Actually I wanted to add something but then... well, dunno ... I lost motivation. So, fire away, Rys! ;-)
I think none of these sentences will get you into trouble... ;) BUT if a native says that a person is easy, he/she may think that is someone people can easily take advantage of... Some people can't say NO, or are a bit naive... BTW If someone calls you an 'easy girl', or says that 'you are easy', this has a whole different meaning! So if you wanna express that you are a relaxed / laid-back person I would go with Miya's first suggestion. 'I'm an easy-going person' or your second example.
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Ohhhh... I'm sooo sorry, Rys... Damn, I'm not an easy person. :P
LOL, NotAClue, don't worry, be happy and don'cha become an easy person... even a rose has lots of thorns....;-)
Miss you rys!
So do I...
The other ways to say this
1. I am an easygoing person
2. I am easy to get along with