LEVEL: Intermediate

TYPE OF ENGLISH: General English


Extreme adjectives


In this lesson filler, students learn how to be more descriptive using extreme adjectives, e.g. brilliant, terrible, dreadful, exhausted, huge, tiny, filthy, starving, etc. The worksheet includes gap-fill and speaking exercises to get the students practising the adjectives.




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Extreme adjectives

Type: English vocabulary

Level: Intermediate

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