• This page offers tutorials and exercises about adjectives and adverbs.Topics also include the uses of "so" and "neither", "no" and "not", and "good" and "well".

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    Updated date: Thu, 05/22/2014 - 02:31
  • A fantastic site teaching you all about adjectives and how to use them. What are adjectives? Each different type of adjective is explained and lots of examples are given. There is a small quiz at the end of each section, as well as 2 general quizzes at the end to test your understanding of all the different types of adjectives.

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    Updated date: Wed, 11/19/2014 - 02:19
  • A very good lesson using a song about adjectives as a memorable tool to help students learn and understand adjectives. The video is very clear highlight adjectives, nouns and how to use them to various describe things.

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    Updated date: Mon, 08/25/2014 - 02:05
  • Learn about nouns and adjectives in this fun game. Challenge yourself to put the crates into the correct rooms of the haunted house!

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    Updated date: Tue, 12/03/2013 - 20:56
  • This page offers an introduction to adjectives and how to use them. Take the quiz at the end to test your new knowledge!

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    Updated date: Tue, 12/03/2013 - 21:08
  • This page explains the different types of adjectives and their correct order in sentences. Test yourself with the exercises!

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    Updated date: Tue, 12/03/2013 - 21:42
  • Do you have a pet? Learn to compare different types of pets in English using adjectives that describe personality. In this lesson you will see two friends talking about what type of pet they could get. You will learn several adjectives to describe personality and how to make comparisons using "as" to describe equality and "more than" to describe inequality.

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    Updated date: Fri, 05/30/2014 - 17:26
  • Learn to use comparative and superlative adjectives with these interactive oral exercises. Test yourself with the printable and on-line exercises!

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    Updated date: Tue, 06/17/2014 - 14:25
  • This page will explain the rules for forming regular comparatives and superlatives. Follow along with the examples to practice!

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    Updated date: Tue, 06/17/2014 - 14:30
  • This game gets you to identify different types of words. Click on the balloon that best describes the underlined word. Is it an adjective, an article, or another type of speech?

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    Updated date: Mon, 11/24/2014 - 04:16
  • Use this game to help you recognize adjectives. Click on the spider labelled with an adjective to feed it a fly. There are verbs, and nouns as well as adjectives so read each word carefully! For every correct answer you will get a new set of words.

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    Updated date: Thu, 11/13/2014 - 01:22
  • Learn how to construct superlatives in English like "the biggest" or "the best". In this beginner English lesson you will watch two friends talking about where to go on a beach vacation. They describe which types of beaches they like best. You will learn the English grammar to make superlatives using the "-est" ending on short adjectives and "the most" for longer adjectives.

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    Updated date: Thu, 11/24/2011 - 09:15
  • Learn how to correctly use ‘much’, ‘many’ and ‘a lot of’ in English. These are called quantifiers, and in this lesson, you’ll learn how to use them and avoid common grammatical errors. Before watching this lesson, you should know about countable and uncountable nouns.

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    Updated date: Mon, 02/13/2012 - 07:46
  • This simple grammar video lesson explains how to use "free" as a suffix. After this video you'll be able to use this casual term in your English conversations!

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    Updated date: Mon, 02/13/2012 - 14:07
  • Learn all about adjectives to describe people, items (like houses and animals) and entertainment (like films) with the factsheets and then complete the worksheets for extra practice. There's a challenging matching game for practice, too! When you've finished, take the self-test and check your answers to see how much you learned about adjectives.

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    Updated date: Tue, 09/17/2013 - 14:24
  • Includes links to special topics about adjectives and adverbs, especially of comparison and frequency. Try the link to practice exercises!

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    Updated date: Sat, 11/30/2013 - 19:15
  • This video lesson explains the difference between adverbs and adjectives. You'll learn tips to remember which to use in different situations.

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    Updated date: Sat, 11/30/2013 - 19:33
  • This video lesson covers the use of superlative adjectives. After you've watched the lesson you can take the quiz below to see what you've learned!

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    Updated date: Tue, 12/03/2013 - 21:47
  • This page offers an explanation of adjectives and tips on how to use the different types. There's a short self-test, too!

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    Updated date: Thu, 12/05/2013 - 20:42
  • This video lesson explains some rules for using comparative adjectives. Take the quiz at the end to test your knowledge!

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    Updated date: Thu, 12/05/2013 - 20:45
  • Listen and learn about comparative adjectives in this video lesson. Take note of the adjectives you hear in this presentation comparing the cities of Sydney and Valencia.

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    Updated date: Wed, 06/18/2014 - 11:24
  • Look at the examples of comparative and superlative adjectives and take the review test to see if you have understood.

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    Updated date: Wed, 06/18/2014 - 11:45
  • This video focuses on the irregular comparative and superlative forms of "good", "bad", and "many". Watch the video to learn more!

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    Updated date: Tue, 06/17/2014 - 14:40
  • This page briefly explains how to use adjectives, especially concerning sentence order. See examples and then play the games to learn even more.

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    Updated date: Mon, 02/13/2012 - 07:25
  • Learn the difference between adverbs and adjectives and when to use them. Do the exercises for extra practice!

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    Updated date: Sat, 11/30/2013 - 19:38
  • Comprehensive source for practicing adjectives, including order, comparisons, participle adjectives and more. Includes quizzes and detailed explanations.

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    Updated date: Thu, 11/24/2011 - 09:19
  • This is a very good, short video explaining the difference between present participle adjectives and past participle adjectives, followed by an opportunity for students to practice the target grammar.

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    Updated date: Tue, 08/26/2014 - 07:56
  • Talks about adjectives and words that go with them.
    You are suggested to visit http://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/en/word-street/notting-hill-scene-1 first to understand more on the context.

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    Updated date: Fri, 11/25/2011 - 15:09
  • Learn to describe the weather in English using comparatives. In this English lesson you will see two friends comparing the weather in Shanghai to the weather in Los Angeles. You will learn how to construct simple comparative sentences in English using the "-er" ending for adjectives.

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    Updated date: Tue, 06/17/2014 - 14:35
  • Learn the rules to form Comparative and Superlative adjectives of all types of adjectives: one-syllable adjectives (by adding –er for the comparative form and –est for the superlative); two-syllable adjectives (form the comparative with more and the superlative with most); adjectives with three or more syllables (form the comparative with more and the superlative with most), and irregular adjectives.

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    Updated date: Wed, 06/18/2014 - 11:55
  • Comparative is the name for the grammar used when comparing two things. The two basic ways to compare are using as .. as or than. Look at the examples of comparatives, superlatives and the different forms for one, two, three-syllable and irregular adjectives. There is a quiz to test your knowledge at the end.

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    Updated date: Wed, 06/18/2014 - 12:03
  • Did you eat all of the cake? Did you eat every cookie? These questions are similar, but use different words. The teacher on the video explains when to use "all" and when to use "every." Leave questions or comments for the teacher or other students to chat about this topic.

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    Updated date: Thu, 11/24/2011 - 07:43
  • Talks about the words 'so' and 'such', '-ing' and '-ed' adjectives and 'me too' and 'me neither'.
    You are suggested to visit http://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/en/word-street/notting-hill-scene-2 to understand more on the context.

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    Updated date: Thu, 11/24/2011 - 09:18
  • You may have heard of articles (a/an/the), but do you know they are in the large family of determiners and quantifiers, including demonstratives, possessives and interrogatives? Learn how to use these words with specific, general, singular and plural nouns. After you have read the explanations, try the game to learn even more!

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    Updated date: Mon, 02/13/2012 - 07:29
  • Sophie talks about the best place she has ever visited. Listen how she describes all of her fabulous vacations then put the same words she uses into the text. This lesson is about using words to describe people, places and things.

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    Updated date: Mon, 06/09/2014 - 14:15
  • Watch this video grammar lesson to learn about the casual usage of double comparative adjectives like "better and better" or "more and more." Learn to use these phrases to speak like a native!

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    Updated date: Wed, 06/18/2014 - 11:31
  • This video talks about Double comparatives (as in "The more, the merrier.") Using comparative forms to express cause and effect.

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    Updated date: Wed, 06/18/2014 - 11:34
  • Learn how to describe yourself and your best professional qualities in a job interview. In this advanced English lesson you will watch a man interviewing for an accounting job. He uses several compound adjectives to describe his skills and personality. You will learn how to form compound adjectives by combining two nouns, adjectives or adverbs.

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    Updated date: Wed, 09/07/2011 - 08:52
  • Learn how to combine adjectives with prepositions to talk about your fears. In this advanced English lesson you will see two people talking about making presentations at work. One person enjoys public speaking but the other is afraid of being in front of so many people.

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    Updated date: Tue, 11/22/2011 - 11:00
  • Learn how to talk about dating and romance in English by using "so" and "such" combined with adjectives. In this advanced English lesson you will see two girlfriends discussing their love lives. One woman is having a hard time finding a boyfriend and the other gives her some advice. You will learn some common expressions for talking about dating.

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    Updated date: Sat, 11/26/2011 - 08:26
  • Learn how to describe the latest high-tech gadgets in English. In this advanced English lesson you will see people talking about mobile phones, PDAs and computers using compound adjectives. You will learn several of the most common compound adjectives for describing technology and how to form your own compounds.

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    Updated date: Sat, 11/26/2011 - 08:35
  • Watch this basic video as the teacher goes through a number of sentences and explains what and where the participle is. Try and work out which word is the particle, and which is the participle phrase before she shows you the answer. Good for a review of your understanding on participle phrases.

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    Updated date: Tue, 08/26/2014 - 07:27
  • This page offers complete and detailed information and examples about using adjectives, from basic definition, comparatives to adjectives order. It is a very good material for serious students.

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    Updated date: Sat, 11/26/2011 - 08:26
  • This multi-level game helps you to understand different types words: nouns, verbs or adjectives. Choose your level and find 5 words to launch your rocket. For each planet, you have one type of word. Drag the words you think are right to the word box and watch the rocket blast off.

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    Updated date: Thu, 11/13/2014 - 01:35

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