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Adjective Order
Show a clear explanation of how to put adjectives in the right order with practice exercises.
Level: elementary
Age: 6-17
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ORDER OF ADJECTIVE ( multiple choice with keys )
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Level: elementary
Age: 10-17
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Adjectives for advanced students
Hello: I´m dealing with a group of high/intermediate level students and since I had any worksheet about the topic here it goes, I hope It´ll be useful. Be happy.
Level: advanced
Age: 14-17
Downloads: 430

Placement/Diagnostic Test
This is a 92 question (multiple choice)diagnostic test I put together to help me identify the areas my students need to work on. It includes: tenses (simple present, simple past, will future, present and past progressives, present perfect, pronouns, thi/that, much/more, time, forming questions, subject verb greement, some prepositions, to/too/two, ...
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-17
Downloads: 325

Adjective Order Trick to be remembered and applied. Exercises included.
Level: elementary
Age: 7-17
Downloads: 320


Adjective Order
by Anna Pessoa

Level: intermediate
Age: 8-14

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 don´t have to worry about following a specific order. Thank you Lili and Nicole!


      Order of ADJECTIVES

Basic types of adjectives and the correct order for using them.









What do you think about something? How big or small is it? How old or young someone or something is? What is the shape? What colour is it? Where is it from? What is it made of? What is it used for?

pretty, ugly, silly, smart, easy, fun...  

small, tiny, large, enormous, big... old, young, adolescent, new, ancient... square, triangular, irregular, flat, round... red, blue, magenta, pinkish... British, Chinese, French, Brazilian, western, lunar... silver, gold, copper, wood, plastic, cotton... racing (car), football (field)
frying (pan)
1. Put the adjectives in order.

A  car.

A teacher.

A  clock.

An  chair.

A  dress

Italian / sports / fantastic

French / nice / old

 alarm / red / small

old / rocking / wooden

cotton / pretty / yellow

An  bowl.

A  jacket.

A  boat.


A  chair.

African / interesting / old

black / leather / smart

red / sailing / beautiful

Chilean / delicious / green

plastic / red / strange

2. Choose the correct option.

                                                                                                                                                                                 by Anna Pessôa



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