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      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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