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.
dilluns, 8 de setembre de 2014
ENGLISH AND VALENCIAN LANGUAGES FOR PQPI. 2014-2015.
WELCOME TO THIS COURSE.
KEEP LEARNING AND KEEP IMPROVING!
Let's revise the English alphabet.
Listen to this song and try to learn it so that you can remember very well the letters of the English alphabet.