Dec 13, 2016

UNIT 98 • Adjectives: word order (a nice new house), Adjectives after verbs (You look tired)

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, 43 answers
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  • Put the adjectives in brackets in the correct position.

    • a beautiful table (wooden / round)


      • an unusual ring (gold)


        • a new pullover (nice)


          • a new pullover (green)


            • an old house (beautiful)


              • black gloves (leather)


                • an American film (old)


                  • a long face (thin)


                    • big clouds (black)


                      • a sunny day (lovely)


                        • a wide avenue (long)


                          • a metal box (black / small)


                            • a big cat (fat / black)


                              • a little village (old / lovely)


                                • long hair (black / beautiful)


                                  • an old painting (interesting / French)


                                    • an enormous umbrella (red / yellow)

                                    • Write the following in another way using ‘the first …’, ‘the next …’, ‘the last …’.
                                      • the first day and the second day of the course

                                        • next week and the week after

                                          • yesterday and the day before yesterday

                                            • the first week and the second week of September

                                              • tomorrow and a few days after that

                                                • questions 1, 2 and 3 of the examination

                                                  • next year and the year after

                                                    • the last day of our holiday and the two days before that

                                                    • Complete each sentence with a verb (in the correct form) and an adjective from the boxes.

                                                      verb:       feel       ○      smell       ○      look       ○      seem       ○      smell       ○      sound       ○      taste
                                                      adjective:       awful       ○      fine       ○      nice       ○      interesting       ○      upset       ○      wet
                                                      • Ann this morning. Do you know what was wrong?
                                                        I can’t eat this. I’ve just tried it and it
                                                        I wasn’t very well yesterday but I today.
                                                        What beautiful flowers! They too.
                                                        You Have you been out in the rain?
                                                        Jim was telling me about his new job. It Much better than his old job.

                                                      • Choose the correct word.
                                                        • This tea tastes a bit  . . . 
                                                          strange
                                                          .
                                                          • strange
                                                          • strangely

                                                        • I always feel  . . . 
                                                          happy
                                                          when the sun is shining.
                                                          • happy
                                                          • happily

                                                        • The children were playing  . . . 
                                                          happily
                                                          in the garden.
                                                          • happy
                                                          • happily

                                                        • The man became  . . . 
                                                          violent
                                                          when the manager of the restaurant asked him to leave.
                                                          • violent
                                                          • violently

                                                        • You look  . . . 
                                                          terrible
                                                          . Are you all right?
                                                          • terrible
                                                          • terribly

                                                        • There’s no point in doing a job if you don t do it  . . . 
                                                          properly
                                                          .
                                                          • proper
                                                          • properly

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