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G.23 - Adjectives

Adjectives List: I to P

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Here is part two of our A-Z of adjectives. How many of these adjectives do you recognise? Try to fit the adjectives into the sentences below. Can you make your own sentences with the adjectives provided? Good luck!
Lesson by Caroline

Adjectives List: A to H

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Over the past few weeks we have been posting exercises to help you improve your vocabulary and learn new verbs. Now it’s time to focus on the adjectives! Here are 8 new describing words, from A-H. Try to match the adjective to the sentence. Good luck!

What's the difference between Let and Make?

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Let: The word "let" means the same as "allow" or "give permission." e.g. "My mother won't let me get my ears pierced until I'm 15."

Make: The word "make" means the same as “"force" or "cause to happen / cause to feel something." e.g. "My boss made me stay late every day this week!"

Opposite Adjectives

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A really great way to learn new vocabulary is to learn words in pairs, like opposites.

For example if you learn ‘happy’ you pair it with ‘sad’.

Each sentence below has an adjective missing, the opposite to the one in brackets. Can you complete the sentences correctly? Good luck!

Adjectives & Modifying Adverbs

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Can you match the adjectives to their opposites?:

Personality Adjectives

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Someone who...

Elementary Level: Opposite Adjectives

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A really great way to learn new vocabulary is to learn words in pairs, like opposites.

For example if you learn 'happy' you pair it with 'sad'.

Each sentence below has an adjective missing, the opposite to the one in brackets.

Can you complete the sentences correctly? Good luck!

Word Order - Adjectives

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Do you know where to put the adjective in a sentence? Follow these simple rules to help you remember:

1. The adjective comes before the noun.
"I live in a small house."
"I have a blue umbrella."

2. The adjective comes after the verb 'to be'.
"I am very tired. "
"Careful, the food is hot!"

Adjectives - Elementary Level

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An adjective is a describing word.

It tells you more about a noun. An adjective usually appears before the noun it describes.

For example: an old dog, a tall basketball player.

Sometimes, though, the adjective appears after the noun, later in the sentence.

Fill in the blanks with correct 8 adjectives below.

Adjectives Describing Animals

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How would you describe this baby meerkat?

I would describe it as fluffy, cute and playful!

This lesson focuses on adjectives to describe animals.

Some of the adjectives describe their appearance and some describe their personality.

All you need to do is choose which adjective you think best describes the animal in the sentence.

Use google to find pictures of the animals to help you with this lesson!

Lesson by Caroline Devane