French can't be difficult
“They don’t have the ‘-ing’ word, do they?” The comment was made to me by a bowls opponent during a match in Worcester – it was a friendly, so the chat was quite relaxed. 1,295 more words
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We sometimes use more than one adjective before the noun:
• I like big black dogs.
• She was wearing a beautiful long red dress. 169 more words
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Used before the name of a city in regards to the larger metropolitan area e.g. Greater Los Angeles.
Incredible! Great! Fantastic! Spectacular! Amazing! Grueling! Abrasive! Controlling!
There is no end to adjectives in the English language. Basically, an adjective is a word, or phrase, that names an attribute to modify or describe a noun. 137 more words
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1) Warm-up questions
How often do you listen to the radio?
How often do you watch TV?
Which are your favourite TV channels/ radio stations? 363 more words
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Two words as a noun and as an adjective. Exceptions: proper nouns that spell the phrase as one word.
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