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How to Learn Adjectives? Grammar Review
Learning adjectives is not that difficult. Just ask yourself why we use adjectives in the first place. What are adjectives? Adjectives are describing words. We use adjectives to describe “Nouns, Pronouns and Feelings”. Sounds simple, right? Not exactly. Study the examples below to better understand simple ways to use Adjectives. Practice speaking English with Adjectives.
Are you happy? Yes, I am or No, I am not!
Is he cold? Yes, he is or No he is not!
Is she excited? Yes, she is or No, she is not!
Is it warm outside? Yes, it is or No, it is not!
Was that book interesting? Yes, it was or No, it was not!
Was that an interesting book? Yes, it was or No, it was not!
How tall is she? She is between 5‘6 or 5‘8!
Isn’t it a nice day? Yes, it is or No, it is not!
Aren’t I a happy person? Yes, you are or No you are not!
Aren’t you interested in sports? Yes, I am or No, I am not!
Aren’t we happy people? Yes, we are or No, we are not!
Isn’t she an interesting person? Yes, she is or No, she is not!
Isn’t he an intelligent person? Yes, he is or No, he is not!
Remember that adjectives ending in “ing” are used to describe things (Nouns/Pronouns) and situations. Adjectives ending in “ed” are used to describe feelings.