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Test your Adjective knowledge.

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Take a look at the ten sentences below. Which adjective fits best for each sentence? Use this link to the Cambridge Online dictionary for any words that you don't know. It's a good habit to look up new words in a dictionary, especially an English-English one. 


Link: Personality Adjectives

  • I didn't get much sleep last night so I'm feeling ___ today.

  • My parents give me lots of rules that I must follow. They are very ___ with me.

  • He became the manager after just 18 months of starting at the company. It was a ___ rise to the top.

  • The wind was not very strong; it was a ___ day.

  • He has a great desire to be the best. We all think he is ___.

  • She doesn't like to share with others. She only seems to think about herself. She's too ___.

  • Cold? Yes, it is a little ___ today, isn't it?

  • My ex-boyfriend was ___; he hated spending money. I don't like tight-fisted people.

  • The comedian had a very fast and intelligent sense of humour. I'd love to be that ___.

  • It wasn't good and it wasn't bad. It was somewhere in-between. ___, I'd say.