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Vocabulary Builder - Adjective - Part 3

Vocabulary Builder - Adjective - Part 3

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Vocabulary Builder - Adjectives 3

Hello! In this lesson, we will learn more of the most common adjectives in English. Remember that adjectives are words which modify nouns or pronouns. Adjectives give us more information about a noun or a pronoun. We have already encountered adjectives in previous lessons, so let us now add many adjectives to your English vocabulary.


As you learn English, you will discover that there is often more than one word with the same meaning. This is especially true with adjectives. For example, the sentences “He is mad.” and “He is angry.” mean the exact same thing because the adjectives “mad” and “angry” mean the exact same thing. Words with the same meaning are called synonyms and are very common in English. The choice of which synonym to use is a matter of personal preference.


Listen carefully to the pronunciation of each word and watch the shape of my mouth as I speak. Then, say each word while watching your own mouth on the webcam. If you do not have your webcam connected, simply practice repeating the words.













Splendid! In this lesson we learned a lot more common adjectives. You may revisit this lesson at any time if you need to remind yourself of any of this material.