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Great Directors use Adjectives and Verbs

I was asked today what the difference in skill or techniques were between a good director and a great one. There is a lot of commonality in how both directors get started in filmmaking, but once they’ve gained experience the great director works specifically on developing his adjectives and verbs. 429 more words

Filmmaking

-ed or -ing adjectives

Exercise 1:

Choose the right option for each of the sentences below.

a) I saw a really ______________________ documentary about Mammals last night.

b) My friends planned a secret birthday party for me and I was utterly ______________________. 129 more words

English

Are you bored or just boring?

Introduction: 

This is a board game activity to practise -ed and –ing adjectives. Students think of activities they like and dislike and play a board game with their classmates. 338 more words

Speaking

goodest and baddest grammar

Most English have adjectives have comparative (-er or more/less) and superlative (-est or most/least) forms. The three major irregular adjectives are… 334 more words

Slang: Dumb

Dumb /dʌm/

As an adjective, it means stupid or unintelligent, but as slang, it functions as an adverb, meaning very.

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