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ESL Lesson Handouts - Good-Very-good-Amazing


Some adjectives in English can show different grades, degrees, or levels of that quality. Emphatic, extreme or non-gradable adjectives are words that mean ‘very/extremely + adjective.’ For example, ‘freezing’ means ‘extremely cold.’ Students learn new emphatic or extreme adjectives to grow their vocabulary. Students can practice using these adjectives to be more expressive in English.

Emphatic, extreme, or non-gradable adjectives introduced in this Handout
amazing, terrible, filthy, enormous, exhausted, hilarious, ancient, freezing.

Level Elementary: A2
1 student pageTeaching notes
Teaching time 30 mins
Language functions Describing people, places, or things
Language forms Adjectives
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