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Sometimes normal adjectives aren’t strong enough to express what we want to say.
But that’s OK. In English, there are lots of strong adjectives.
We call these strong adjectives “extreme adjectives.”
Extreme adjectives are really useful when you want to say that something is very, very, very good.
Or when someone is very, very, very angry.
Here are nine little comics to help you remember some of the most common extreme adjectives.
Extreme Adjectives for “Ugly”
Here are some strong adjectives for “ugly”:
Extreme Adjectives for “Interesting”
Here are some strong adjectives for “interesting”:
Extreme Adjectives for “Angry”
Here are some strong adjectives for “angry”:
Extreme Adjectives for “Cold”
“Cold” has just got one (commonly used) extreme adjective. It should have more, right? But it doesn’t! Here it is:
Extreme Adjectives for “Hot”
Here are some strong adjectives for “hot”:
Extreme Adjectives for “Scary”
Here are some strong adjectives for “scary”:
Extreme Adjectives for “Funny”
Here are some strong adjectives for “funny”:
Extreme Adjectives for “Bad”
Here are some strong adjectives for “bad”:
Extreme Adjectives for “Good”
There are lots of strong adjectives for “good”:
- marvelous (also spelled “marvellous”)
Yes! You made it to the end!
So there were quite a lot of extreme adjectives there.
But now what?
The trick is to try and use them. So let’s do that!
Can you answer these questions:
- What’s the most hideous part of your town? Why is it so ugly?
- Do you know any hilarious jokes?
Tell me in the comments!
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