an easy disposition

Discussion in 'English Only' started by clevanna, May 21, 2014.

  1. clevanna New Member

    Dear all,

    I would like to ask you in which form it's appropriate to use "an easy disposition".

    What I want to say is that a dog is an easygoing one. How should it be said having used the phrase "an easy disposition"?

    Is it correct to say "He has an easy disposition"?

    Thank you in advance,

    All the Best,

  2. Greyfriar

    Greyfriar Senior Member

    It is very unusual to speak of a dog in such terms. We usually say, 'he has a gentle nature'.
  3. clevanna New Member

    Thank you!
  4. Myridon

    Myridon Senior Member

    English - US
    "Easy" and "easygoing" do not mean the same thing. "He is easygoing." "He has an easygoing disposition."

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