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Pronouns

Pronouns are words that take the place of a noun. They’re what make it possible for us to avoid repeating the same word numerous times in a sentence or paragraph. 1,077 more words

Writing

Denominations of Surprise

Startled – shocked, dismayed

Confused – disillusioned, perplexed

Amazed – astonished, (in) awe

Excited – eager, energetic

Author

Denominations of Happiness

Optimistic – inspired, open

Intimate – playful, sensitive

Peaceful – hopeful, loving

Powerful – provocative, courageous

Joyful – liberated, ecstatic

Interested – amused, inquisitive

Proud – … 13 more words

Author

Denominations of Sadness

Guilty – remorseful, ashamed

Abandoned – ignored, victimised

Despair – powerless, vulnerable

Depressed – inferior, empty

Lonely – abandoned, isolated

Bored – apathetic, indifferent 6 more words

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THIS IS A POEM USING ONLY ADJECTIVES 2.23.17

It’s worth trying. Adjectives only, fuck it. It actually tells a story. 

2.23.17

fiendish

gold

diffused

drifty

outer

false

close

loud

beautiful

shallow

shameful

inner… 45 more words

Comparative Forms of Adjectives

In French, the comparative form of adjectives requires plus/moins before the regular form.

  • Cette rue est plus longue que l’autre.
  • This road is longer than the other.
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French

ISH

A problem arose during a classroom activity when a student wanted to describe the shape of a carpet. Since I don’t have a picture of the carpet she was talking about, I’m using the photo above of a lovely piece of glass as it has a similar shape. 170 more words

Grammar