14th October 2022
The last two lessons focused on adjectives and their opposites, including:
big~ small // high ~ low // sharp ~ blunt //
easy ~ difficult // rough ~ smooth //
quiet ~ noisy // fat ~ thin // safe ~ scary
Complete the sentences with the correct adjective.
I can’t cut my hair, my scissors are __________
My puppy is so _______ however, my hedgehog is very _____________ .
The maths test was so _______ however the science test was so ________________ .
Be careful, Ms Thuy ! The man is very ______ .
Laurel and Hardy are so funny. One is very _____ however, one is very ______ .
Yoyoko is only _________________ however she is very ______________ !
Harold is climbing very _____
Oh, no ! Crocodiles have very ______ teeth.
Now … your turn
Get out your list of adjectives. Write THREE sentences with new adjectives.
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