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Learn Extreme Adjectives

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Machu Picchu: ancient and fascinating

To help you build your vocabulary, let's take a look at some more extreme adjectives. These adjectives have strong meanings, so instead of saying very clean we can say spotless. As spotless means very clean we do not need to use very before spotless. Instead, you can use extremely or absolutely. For more examples on extreme adjectives, follow the link at below the table.

Adjective Extreme Adjective
clean spotless
expensive exorbitant
funny hilarious
good fantastic
interesting fascinating
old ancient
pretty gorgeous
surprising astounding
ugly hideous
   

Link: What are extreme adjectives?

  • I can not afford to eat at that restaurant; the prices are ___.





  • I don't like her new haircut; it looks ___





  • He always keeps his car ___.





  • I couln't stop laughing; his story was ___.





  • I was ___ to hear that I won the competition.









Comments

exterme adjective

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Thanks so much for this wonderful lesson Party

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Ummm Fantastic

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Extreme Adjectives

Your Lesson on Extreme Adjectives is

Really FANTASTIC

Vasavinarayana

I doubt about the last

I doubt about the last clause " I was astounded to hear..." Is "astounded" an Adjective here ? I think it is a Participle (Passive voice). Am I right?

absolutely fantastic =)

absolutely fantastic =)

extreme adjectives

I am really delighted to see another set of
extreme adjectives.You can see my earlier request
for the same in the list of comments.I didn't expect
that i get the response so soon.Thanks

Are they used...

I've never met these adjectives before. Are they used in common English or is it a language for young men??? Worried

hilarious not gorgeous

A lot words they have the same meaning.

Thank's for the lesson.

Greetings Confused