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Adjectives…

When using adjectives, it’s usually followed by a noun…

 

Examples
It’s been a long day
My father has brown hair
My beautiful dress is ruined
I enjoy hot weather
Red roses are my favourite
She hates Indian food

 

Verbs such as be/am/ is/ was etc. can also be followed by nouns…

 

Examples
She is a nice girl
We have to be quiet in the library
I am cold
Laura was very good at bowling
You have to be quick at running

 

Adjectives can also be used to describe what other feeling/ doing/ looking etc. We use the pronouns:

 

  • I

  • She

  • He

  • They

  • We

  • Us

 

Examples
I feel happy
She sounds excited
He feels cold
We sound amazing

 

 

Adjectives… Exercises


Write out 10 of your own adjectives that you have learnt.

 

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Using 6 of the adjectives you chose from above, create your own sentences. Challenge yourself by adding extra information and opinions in the sentences to make them more detailed.

 

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