ADJECTIVES

ADJECTIVES TEST 1

READ AND CHOOSE CORRECT  ADJECTIVE.     1. If  I am not right I ‘m …………………….   a. wrong      b. certain    c. correct    d. un-right     2. If you are not taller you are …………….   a. the short       b.  shorter      c. shortest     […]

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ADJECTIVES

Most Common Adjectives Adjectives are used to describe the degree of modification. The adjectives are positive (positive), comparative (comparative), and superlative (superlative). That boy is strong. (positive)That boy is stronger. (comparative)He is the strongest boy in his class. (superlative) A handful of adjectives have irregular forms of positive, comparative, and superlative usage. Irregular usage forms

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EVERYDAY ADJECTIVES

Everyday English – Commonly Used Adjectives Common adjectives we frequently use in everyday English: 1. When you feel upset and sad due to a difficult situation, you feel depressed. 2. Expecting good things to happen to be successful. 3. The opposite of optimistic is pessimistic. 4. When you don’t know what’s going on and happening,

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ADJECTIVES 2

Most Commonly Used Adjectives in English 1. Using Adjectives to Describe Nouns or People’s States We use adjectives to describe the state of nouns or individuals. My English is very good. I am afraid of dogs. I didn’t look well yesterday. 2. Forming Adjectives with -ing and -ed Suffixes: break=breaking (broken) I like swimming on

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