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Ecstatic(Adjective)

1. Feeling extremely happy and excited:

Examples:

An ecstatic welcome from the thousands who lined the streets.

Collocations:

2. Ecstatic review/praise/applause a review (=an opinion about a film, play etc that appears in a newspaper or magazine), praise etc. 20 more words

Adjectives

Hulking (Adjective)

Very big and often awkward:

Example:

Two hulking figures guarded the entrance of the club.

Adjectives

Forming Comparative Adjectives 


Forming Comparative Adjectives
To make a one-syllable adjective comparative, all you need to do is add
-er to the end of it. So short becomes… 125 more words

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Adjectives: Comparative and Superlative Degree

COMPARATIVE ADJECTIVES

Comparative adjectives are used to compare differences between the two objects they modify (larger, smaller, faster, higher). They are used in sentences where two nouns are compared, in this pattern: 598 more words

English

Hungry or very, very hungry?

My menu for today was – 2 croissants (chocolate-filled!) for breakfast, a banana for lunch and another banana during the afternoon break. If I was preparing my body for the summer season, trying to lose excess weight to look good as I parade along the sandy shoreline in swimming shorts, then that would have been enough for the day. 129 more words

Vocabulary

Declutter your text: use modifiers in moderation

Modifiers are adjectives, adverbs or phrases whose only purpose is to modify a noun or verb. They are to language what accessories are to clothing. Used unwisely, they can ruin the whole thing. 621 more words

Writing

Drive Slow?

This sign drives me crazy.

As soon as I see DRIVE SLOW, I wonder do they want me to drive slowly?  Or does the condo complex want me to drive like a moron? 236 more words