9th August 2021
Adjective Game 1
Let’s start with ‘A’, the first letter. Who knows these adjectives ?
Am__________ (This word means very good, wonderful)
What other adjectives can you think of beginning with ‘a’ ?
Be___________ // (This word means very pretty)
What other adjectives can you think of beginning with ‘b’ ?
Cu__ // Dan______ // ele_____ // fan_______ (very good) // gr_______
// he________ // int_________ // Ja____ (from an Asian country) // ki___ //
la__ // me____ (not clean. Also the name of a talented footballer) //
ner___ // outg______ (opposite of shy) // pop_____ // qui__ // ru__
// sel____ // tal________ // unu_____ // valu____ (costs a lot of money)
// wea______ (if you can buy the Mona Lisa, you must be extremely wea_____) // Xenop_______ (do not like people from other countries) // ye__ – _____ (lasts for 12 months) // Zamb___ (person from Zambia)
Suitable answers: amazing / beautiful / cute / dangerous / electric / fantastic / greedy, great, Greek / healthy / intelligent / Japanese / kind / lazy / messy / nervous / outgoing /popular / quick / rude / selfish / talkative / unusual / valuable / wealthy / xenophobic / year-long / Zambian
Adjective Game 2
Sentence building using adjectives is very easy. Even using basic adjectives can improve your English. Colours, sizes and where someone is from are all easy adjectives. Look at this example:
The flag is very large and is white with a red circle in the middle. The flag is Japanese.
Look at these flags. Choose one and describe it to the class. Points for the students who guess which flag. Extra points if they know the country.
Adjective Game 3
Describe these people: