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ADJECTIVES VOCABULARY AND TWO ACTIVITIES www.maestralidia.com
Now it’s your turn! Activity 2 READ THE OPTIONS, CHOOSE THE RIGHT ONE AND CLICK TO CHECK
big small ugly Small
big young ugly Young
big happy ugly Happy
young small ugly Ugly
big ugly beautiful Beautiful
big old ugly Old
Activity 3 Read, complete the sentence and click to check
COMPARATİVES AND SUPERLATİVES.
Old X Young.
Write a sentence for each picture. Check your answer on the next slide. Example: It’s big. It’s small.
SHE’S / HE’S / THEY’RE FAT/THIN
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‘M NOT ISN’T AREN´T Choose the right form. VERB TO BE - NEGATIVE Play
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Sight Word Vocabulary.
In my E.L.I. classroom at U.F. My friends and I. Study English Grammar. And practice our language skills. After class. My friends and I. Like to go to.
What a happy family! Who is she? She is my mother. What color are the pants? The pants are white. What’s your mother? My mother is a teacher. What does.
Describing people, places, and things
Young. Old Quiet Loud Ugly Beautiful Tall Short.
Grammar Notes LEVEL 100.
5A V. 5B. Test Match Opposites ugly Downstairs Big backward young light Slow Expensive forward beautiful Negative Go Upstairs Fast strong Sad Cheap.
AM IS ARE Choose the right form. VERB TO BE Play
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