English for Migrants

Tuesday, 13 May, 2014


Adjectives are the biggest group of words in the English language. They are powerful describing words that enable you to make your speaking and writing more interesting and colourful. But what do they look like? You can know them by their endings and their position in a sentence. You can also use many adjectives in a sentence but they have to be in the right order. Which of these two sentences is the right one? - "She is a Chinese, young, tall, beautiful girl" or "She is a beautiful, tall, young Chinese girl�. This lesson gives you all the answers about adjectives to help you become an effective communicator. First b'cast: 29.06.14

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