dilluns, 29 de setembre de 2014
The adjectives give us much information about people and things. They are used to describe things, people, situations and actions.
They never change form: we do not add -s to form the plural.
They come before a noun.
They can be put after these verbs: to be, to look, to feel, to taste, to smell.
What does it/she/he look like?
This question is used to describe people and objects' physical appearance.
What is he/she like?
We are focusing now in describing personality.
Here you have many exercises to use adjectives when describing people and objects:
physical appearance opposite adjectives
adjectives for describing personality: opposite adjectives and more
Use this web site to select adjectives to describe a friend's appearance.