15th October 2021
To promote the natural use of adjectives in order for students to speak in longer, more detailed sentences.
To increase vocabulary by introducing new words and replacing basic adjectives with synonyms.
Increase general knowledge.
Inspire students to aim higher, to produce more elaborate answers without prompting.
So, let’s have some games.
First, a warm up. Describe these pictures in one or two sentences. I want three adjectives for each photo.
EXAMPLE: The man is drinking coffee and he is friendly and happy. His mustache is unusual.
NOW … YOUR TURN
What’s the story ?
Write a short story about the two photos
Our valuable and useful collection of adjectives
amazing, angry, Asian / beautiful, big, bored, boring /clean, clever, cute / dangerous, disappointed /easy, electric, English, exciting / fantastic, fast, fat, funny / greedy, great, Greek / happy, hard-working, healthy, high, huge / important, intelligent / Japanese / kind / lazy / messy / nervous / old, outgoing / polite, popular / quick / rude, Russian / sad, selfish, shy, sleepy, small / talkative, tiny, tired / ugly, unusual / valuable / wealthy / xenophobic / year-long, young / Zambian
Bye Bye from the beautiful young Asian lady
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