Describe someone who is talkative
You should say:
Who this person is
How you know this person
What this person likes to talk about
How you feel about this person
I know many people who are very talkative but here I am going to talk about my cousin Rubina, who is the most talkative person known to me.
Rubina is my paternal uncle’s daughter and lives next door. She is fifteen and is studying in 10th class. Tall , beautiful , She has dimples on both cheeks when she smiles. She is such a chatterbox that when she is around, you don’t need any TV or radio for entertainment.
She is fond of watching movies and then she tells me the story in so much detail that I feel I have actually seen the movie. She has a great sense of humour and can lighten up any tense situation.
She is very good at studies and wants to become a lawyer. Sometimes her talkative nature has put her in a lot of trouble. Many times her teachers have punished her in class for talking a lot. I remember once she was made to stand out in the sun for one hour in the scorching heat of the sun. She was on the verge of fainting but even that could not quieten her.
She can go on and on and sometimes I wonder from where she gets all the energy to speak so much. She is loved by all in our family and even in the neighbourhood. I believe she will be a very good lawyer because she has good communication skills. I love this cute chatterbox and when she is quiet, I feel something is wrong and I don’t like it.
Chatty – Chatterbox: These expressions are derived from the verb to chat, which means to converse. If someone is very chatty it means they enjoy having conversations a lot and they tend todrag on (unnecessarily extend) the conversation. To be a chatterbox means you are a person who talks a lot and never shuts up.
Taxi drivers are generally very chatty people.
The receptionist is a bit of a chatterbox, she’s always on the phone talking.
Loud Mouth/ Big Mouth: This expression has a negative connotation. A loud mouth or a big mouth is someone who says the wrong thing at the wrong time. I would call someone either of these expressions if they were to spread rumors or tell other people’s secrets to everyone.
Be careful what you say to Bob, he’s a bit of a loud mouth.
Hey big mouth, why did you tell him about the party? It was supposed to be a surprise.
Windbag: A windbag is used to describe someone who talks a lot (usually about themselves) but what they are saying isn’t interesting or relevant to the person listening. Unless used jokingly, this expression could be seen as offensive as it suggests the person is nothing but a bag of wind.
My science teacher is such a windbag, she spends the whole class talking about subjects that aren’t even relevant to the course.
Blabbermouth: Similar to loud mouth, a blabber mouth can be used express that the person says the wrong things at the wrong time. The verb to blabber is another way to say that the person speaks too much and generally about irrelevant or uninteresting things.
He is such a blabbermouth, he told the boss that I was leaving before I had even made up my mind.
Yapper: A person who yaps and yaps and yaps all day. Yap is a verb used to say that the person talks a lot and typically at a very fast pace. Your yapper can also be another way to say your mouth. Alternatives to yapper can be pie hole, trap.
Susan in such a yapper, I asked how she was and it took her 10 minutes to explain.
That guy never shuts his yapper/pie hole/trap.
Gossip: To gossip is to talk about other people’s private affairs and their personal life behind their back. Gossiping is usually how rumors get
started and in most cases the information that gets passed on has been exaggerated or is a straight up lie
She loves to gossip about all of her friends when they are not around
Talk someone’s ear off: This commonly used idiom is a fun and joking way to say that someone talks way too much and what they talk about is generally dull and boring. The expressions suggests that the person talks so much that your ear gets tired and falls from your head, bored to death!
I wouldn’t bring up the topic of politics with that guy, he’ll talk your ear off.
Ramble: When somebody talks about one subject then changes to another subject without any real purpose, you can say they are rambling. People often have a tendency to ramble when they are feeling nervous, or when they don’t really know what they are talking about.
My boss tends to ramble when he doesn’t know what to say or feels uncomfortable.
To Have the Gift of the Gab: If a person is very articulate and can easily convince others with their points of view you can say that person has the gift of the gab. Gab is an informal way to say mouth.
These people are generally very convincing and often use their “gift” to trick and manipulate others.
Be careful of that salesman, he has the gift of the gab and he’ll convince you to buy the most expensive car in the lot.