65438 adjectives 2

31026 possessive adjectives 2 with key

31026 possessive adjectives 2 with key
... and I) 21 ) his rubber (student) 22 ) your present (you) 23 ) his scissors (Danny) 24 ) his scooter (boy) 25 ) my tree (I) 26 ) his eye (Paul) 27 ) my felt-tip pen (I) 28 ) your alarm clock (you) 29 ) her/his ... hand (I) 12) your money (you) 13) her mobile phone (she) 14) their fish (men) 15) her teddy (girl) 16) our children (we) 17) his balloon (David) 18) our water (we) 19) your bag (you) 20 ) your ... KEY 1) their summer vacation (students) 2) his taxi (Mr Smith) 3) my umbrella (I) 4) their television (parents) 5) her...
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AV 9 TCHON HKII PERIOD 2 REVIEW ON ADJECTIVES AND ADVERBS

AV 9  TCHON HKII PERIOD 2 REVIEW ON  ADJECTIVES AND ADVERBS
... phone book Is there one near here? 10 Listen! Can you hear those people next door? They (shout) at each other again II/ Choose the correct one I always feel ………………………… before examinations ... because it was raining ………………………… ( heavy / heavily) My sister plays the piano ……………………………… ( good/ well) III Complete the sentences, using adjectives or adverbs: He runs _ (fast) He answered ... He behaved towards his children ( strict) IV- Choose the best answer: 1.What should you to (keep - protect - prevent - reduce) the environment? 2. (Forest - Forestry - Deforestation - Forests)...
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FOCUS ON - participle adjectives formed from phrasal verbs, 2

FOCUS ON - participle adjectives formed from phrasal verbs, 2
... section number given after each one ask for, 29 butt in,14 fill out, 14 have on, 25 make out, 29 open up, 26 carry out, 28 head into, 17 stand up, 28 drop in, 29 hurry up, 25 trade in, 24 drop ... cut down, 23 drop in, 29 get away, 23 get back at, 17 luck out, 29 make out, 29 come apart, 29 flip out, 29 get off, 18 make up, 23 crack down, 23 go about, 17 look out, 29 run across, 29 I'm thinking ... these participle adjectives from previous sections To check their meanings, review the section number given after each one beefed up, 28 broken off, 27 lit up, 13 made out, 29 shut off, 26 torn...
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ADJECTIVES USED IN COMPARISONS: PART 2

ADJECTIVES USED IN COMPARISONS: PART 2
... were becoming increasingly large The weather grew increasingly bad The compilation of accurate statistics is becoming increasingly necessary Methods of diagnosis are becoming increasingly accurate ... I became increasingly impatient I became more and more impatient The rain became increasingly heavy The crowd grew increasingly enthusiastic We became increasingly uneasy Manufacturing companies ... project became increasingly important Standards are becoming increasingly high 10 They became increasingly optimistic Answers Rewrite each of the following sentences as comparisons, using the form...
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Lexical Categories verbs nouns and adjectives phần 2 docx

Lexical Categories verbs nouns and adjectives phần 2 docx
... contrast, nouns and adjectives need help from 1.4 Goals, methods, and outline of the current work 21 a functional category Pred in order to this This is the indirect cause of predicative nouns and adjectives ... projections (section 2. 7) It also accounts for the fact that certain verbs behave like unaccusative predicates, in contrast to corresponding adjectives and nouns, which 23 24 Verbs as licensers ... claims that this property subdivides the lexical categories too Those lexical categories that take a specifier are verbs; those that not are nouns and adjectives The way a verb comes to have a...
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adjectives group 2 adverb noun and verb forms

adjectives group 2 adverb noun and verb forms
... English Banana.com Test Your Grammar Skills Adjectives (Group 2) Adverb, Noun and Verb Forms Answers: Adjective: calm good ugly small sweet dirty stupid uncommon ... imperfect poor smooth overweight normal lenient unsure unsurprising short unusual narrow foolish old Adverb Form: calmly well none none sweetly dirtily stupidly uncommonly incompletely safely late none ... shorten none to narrow none none For more fun tests, quizzes and games log onto www.englishbanana.com now! This worksheet can be photocopied and used without charge ...
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adjectives group 2 adverb noun and verb forms tough version

adjectives group 2 adverb noun and verb forms tough version
... English Banana.com Test Your Grammar Skills Adjectives (Group 2) Adverb, Noun and Verb Forms (Tough Version) Answers: Adjective: calm good ugly small sweet dirty stupid ... imperfect poor smooth overweight normal lenient unsure unsurprising short unusual narrow foolish old Adverb Form: calmly well none none sweetly dirtily stupidly uncommonly incompletely safely late none ... shorten none to narrow none none For more fun tests, quizzes and games log onto www.englishbanana.com now! This worksheet can be photocopied and used without charge ...
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adjectives group 2 comparative and superlative forms

adjectives group 2 comparative and superlative forms
... English Banana.com Test Your Grammar Skills Adjectives (Group 2) Comparative and Superlative Forms Answers: Adjective: calm good ugly small sweet dirty stupid uncommon ... narrowest most foolish oldest For more fun tests, quizzes and games log onto www.englishbanana.com now! This worksheet can be photocopied and used without charge ... normal more lenient more unsure more unsurprising shorter more unusual narrower more foolish older Superlative Form: calmest best ugliest smallest sweetest dirtiest stupidest most uncommon most incomplete...
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adjectives group 2 comparative and superlative forms tough version

adjectives group 2 comparative and superlative forms tough version
... English Banana.com Test Your Grammar Skills Adjectives (Group 2) Comparative and Superlative Forms (Tough Version) Answers: Adjective: calm good ugly small sweet dirty stupid ... narrowest most foolish oldest For more fun tests, quizzes and games log onto www.englishbanana.com now! This worksheet can be photocopied and used without charge ... normal more lenient more unsure more unsurprising shorter more unusual narrower more foolish older Superlative Form: calmest best ugliest smallest sweetest dirtiest stupidest most uncommon most incomplete...
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80 opposite adjectives complete the table tough version group 2

80 opposite adjectives complete the table tough version group 2
... Your Grammar Skills 80 Opposite Adjectives Complete the Table (Tough Version Group 2) Answers: Adjectives (Group 1): angry bad beautiful big bitter clean clever common complete dangerous early ... strange strict sure surprising tall usual wide wise young Opposite Adjectives (Group 2) : calm good ugly small sweet dirty stupid uncommon incomplete safe late difficult terrible boring obscure slow...
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