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English exercises  > adjectives

 


 
Possessive adjectives
Fill in: my / your / his / her / our / your / their

Level: elementary
Age: 10-100
Author:English Grammar

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-ed / -ing adjectives
MULTIPLE CHOICE EXERCISE.THERE IS A PRINTABLE VERSION TO TAKE INTO THE CLASSROOM IF YOU PREFER. THANKS FOR VIEWING AND DOWNLOADING!

Level: intermediate
Age: 14-100
Author:silvia hoyo

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Adjective Order
In English, the adjective is used before the noun and, if we use more than one, the adjectives must follow the correct order. This OE was made especially for students who, in their native languages, use the adjective after the noun and donīt have to worry about following a specific order. Thank you Lili and Nicole!

Level: intermediate
Age: 8-14
Author:Anna Pessoa

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Adjectives
Ss identify adjectives . Orit ;-)

Level: elementary
Age: 8-100
Author:Orit

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Tall&Short 3 exercises
Tall or Short? 3 exercises for kindergarten children.

Level: elementary
Age: 3-5
Author:Jelena

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English is Confusing (Adjectives ending in -ed or -ing)
Grammar: adjectives ending in -ED vs -ING. This online exercise consists of a reading text explaining the grammar point in a humourous way (including 10 cloze questions) and 15 practice sentences.

Level: intermediate
Age: 10-100
Author: Philip Roeland

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Adjectives -ed -ing
two exercises on adjectives ending in -ed or -ing

Level: intermediate
Age: 10-100
Author:annapf

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Describing people
This is a listening exercising revising adjectives used for describing people.

Level: elementary
Age: 14-100
Author:Grazie

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Degrees of Adjectives
Degrees of Adjectives- These exercises can help you study and learn the comparative and the superlative of the adjectives.

Level: intermediate
Age: 10-100
Author:Cristina Teixeira

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Song: Hot and Cold
A nice song to practice the use of adjectives. First students have to listen and watch the video, then they have to write the misssing words and finally thay have to find the opposite adjectives in the wordsearch. Itīs a funny video, hope you like it as I do!! by PACCHY

Level: elementary
Age: 10-100
Author: Maria Patricia Amaya

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