What are Extreme Adjectives? – Free English Grammar Lesson Link to quiz : http://www.learnex.in/what-are-extreme-adjectives/ Adjectives are words that describe the qualities of something. Some adjectives in English are gradable - that means you can have different degrees or levels of that quality. For example, the weather can be a little cold, rather cold, very cold, or extremely cold. Extreme adjectives or non-gradable adjectives are words that mean “extremely + adjective” – for example, “freezing” means “extremely cold.” The weather can’t be “a little bit freezing” or “very freezing” – because the word “freezing” itself automatically means “extremely cold.” Regular & Extreme Adjectives List Regular Adjective Extreme Adjective angry furious bad awful, terrible, horrible big huge, gigantic, giant clean spotless cold freezing crowded packed dirty filthy funny hilarious good wonderful, fantastic, excellent hot boiling hungry starving interesting fascinating old ancient pretty gorgeous scary terrifying small tiny surprising astounding tired exhausted ugly hideous Special Rules for Extreme Adjectives 1) No comparatives/superlatives. With regular adjectives, we can use comparatives and superlatives to compare two or more things: My house is big. My neighbor’s house is bigger than mine. (comparative) My parents’ house is the biggest house on the street. (superlative) With extreme adjectives, we don’t use comparatives and superlatives: My parents’ house is enormous. My parents’ house is more enormous / the most enormous. 2) Use different adverbs with extreme adjectives. With regular adjectives, we can use these adverbs: a little, a bit, slightly, fairly, rather very, extremely, immensely, intensely, hugely Examples: I’m rather hungry. / I’m very hungry. This room is a bit dirty. / This room is extremely dirty. We’re a little tired. / We’re immensely tired. With extreme adjectives, we CANNOT use these adverbs: I’m rather starving. / I’m extremely starving. However, there are other adverbs we can use to give additional emphasis to the extreme adjective: absolutely completely utterly Examples: I’m absolutely furious. We’re completely exhausted. The movie was utterly terrifying. The words pretty and really can be used with both regular and extreme adjectives: This room is pretty dirty. (regular) This room is pretty filthy. (extreme) The party is really crowded. (regular) The party is really packed. (extreme) Absolute Adjectives Another type of extreme adjective is called an “absolute” adjective. These are words that are either “yes or no.” For example, dead – you can’t be “a little bit dead” or “very dead” – either YES, you are dead, or NO, you’re not dead.
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What does “pretty good” really mean? Is pretty, the adverb, the same as very? Get your free worksheet for this lesson on awesome adverbs and adjectives: http://bit.ly/Awesome_Adjectives Actually, pretty good is similar to okay or so-so. It makes the adjective weaker, just like the adverbs quite, rather and fairly. It’s more informal and that’s why you hear it a lot. If you say a movie is pretty good, I’m not going to rush out and watch it. In fact, I’ll probably skip it all together. To make an adjective stronger you can use very, really, so and even the adverb super, which is super informal. Just make sure you’re not using very with a strong, ungradable adjective like starving, gorgeous, amazing or awful. We don’t use VERY with these adjectives because they have the meaning of very + adjective. What does gorgeous mean? It means very pretty. How about awful? It means very bad. Starving is very hungry, and amazing means very good. Watch the full lesson to see some more adverbs we can use to make adjectives weaker and stronger and also to see some awesome, ungradable adjectives you can use to avoid overusing the word VERY. Super cool. Subscribe for more lessons and free worksheets like this one: http://bit.ly/Awesome_Adjectives Nessa
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Improve your English speaking skills by imitating a native English speaker! Study with mmmEnglish online courses: https://www.mmmenglish.com/imitation-2/ Do you want to upgrade your English and take your conversation skills to the next level? In this lesson, we'll go over 'adjective intensifiers' and I'll show you how to use them to dramatically improve your written and spoken English skills! This is one of my top English tips to sound more impressive in English! #mmmEnglish #AdvancedEnglish #EnglishTips #BetterEnglish #EnglishTeacher #YouTubeTeacher Read the full transcript of this lesson on my blog here: https://www.mmmenglish.com/2018/09/20/upgrade-your-english-conversation-adjective-intensifiers/ English Language Tools I recommend! ⭐️Improve your English pronunciation and expression by imitating a native English speaker: https://www.mmmenglish.com/imitation ⭐️Try Grammarly Grammar Checker - it's FREE! https://www.grammarly.com/mmmenglish ⭐️English Listening practice - Try Audible for FREE! http://www.audibletrial.com/mmmEnglish Find mmmEnglish here: mmmEnglish Website: http://bit.ly/mmmEnglish On Facebook: http://bit.ly/mmmEnglishFB On Instagram: http://bit.ly/mmmEnglishInsta Ladies Facebook Group http://bit.ly/LadiesLoveEnglish TweetMe on Twitter: http://bit.ly/TweetMmmEnglish Subscribe on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrRi... TRANSLATE THIS VIDEO! Do your friends a favour and help to translate this lesson into your native language! Contribute subtitles translations here: http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?ref=share&v=6dESpbbUAHA Your name will be featured underneath the video 😝
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Did you know that William Shakespeare added more than 2000 words to the English language? That's right! In this lesson, we'll look at 10 adjectives that were invented by Shakespeare. You'll learn the meaning of each of the words and how to pronounce them correctly. Often, Shakespeare invented these words by turning nouns into adjectives. Many of the words may have been used in English already, but Shakespeare was the first to put them down, and that's how they grew to become parts of the language that are still with us today. Native English speakers use this vocabulary in everyday speech and in writing. This lesson has excellent advanced vocabulary that you'll learn easily because you'll get the definitions and examples, and I'll tell you the most common contexts you'll hear these words in. To continue learning with Shakespeare, sign up for a free trial with Audible at http://www.engvid.com/out/audiblealex and you'll be able to download a FREE audiobook of one of Shakespeare's plays. Take the quiz on this lesson here: http://www.engvid.com/english-vocabulary-10-adjectives-invented-by-shakespeare/ TRANSCRIPT Shake, shake, shake. Shake, shake, shake. William Shakespeare. William Shakespeare. Ow! Hey, everyone. I'm Alex. Thanks for clicking, and welcome to this lesson on learning English with William Shakespeare. Today, we are going to look at some vocabulary, specifically, some adjectives that are credited to William Shakespeare. Now, if you've been living under a rock, maybe you don't know that William Shakespeare is one of the most famous English playwrights and writers in general. He has almost 2,000 words that are credited to him. This doesn't mean the words didn't exist before him, but it is definitely the first time that people saw them in print. So, today, we are going to look at 10 adjectives. Now, what was cool about William Shakespeare is that he would take verbs, he would take nouns, and he would just mash them together. And if a word, you know, didn't exist that he needed that he really felt would make the scene that was necessary for the dialogue, he created it. So, what we're going to do is look at some of those words now. Let me put my book down, and we can begin. Okay, number one: "lackluster". So, this will also be a pronunciation lesson for you guys. Repeat after me: "lackluster". Okay. "Lackluster" means something is without vitality, without brilliance, or without spirit or life. So, a movie can be lackluster, a performance in a movie can be lackluster, or on stage. An experience can be lackluster, or a presentation can be lackluster. Many other things can be lackluster, but these are some common examples. And again, the examples I will give you today will be the most common ones that are associated with these adjectives. So, you can say: -"How was the movie?" -"Mm, it was lackluster." Okay? It didn't have enough light or life to it. "How was the performance?" if you go to see a stage play, a Cirque du Soleil. Cirque du Soleil is never lackluster, but imagine, you know, maybe the performers on that day, they were all sick, and there were lots of accidents. That might be entertaining, but anyway, you can say: "It was lackluster." There wasn't enough vitality, enough spirit, enough life in it. Next: "cold-blooded", so you see the word "cold", you see the word "blood", Shakespeare took the word "blood" and added "ed" to it, and basically turned a noun, "blood", into an adjective. "Cold-blooded". "Cold-blooded" means without emotion. So, a killer, a criminal, a murderer, or a villain. A villain is the opposite of a hero. Now, you might think: "When am I ever going to use this word?" Well, this word is very common in crime dramas, like CSI or like Law & Order, or in movies where there are killers and murderers. A very happy topic. It's why I'm wearing all black today. So, next, we have "worthless". "Worthless" means without value; zero, nada, zilch. Okay? If something is worthless, it has no value. An object can be worthless. An effort to do something can be worthless. An idea, you might say, is worthless. It can't be used. It has no use. So, for example, I have a rock, and this rock has no value. And we say the rock is worthless. Or if you're in a fight and in the fight you have a feather... Does...? You know, does a feather have any use in a fight? Say: "No, this is worthless. I can't use this to fight", unless it's a very sharp feather, maybe. Next: "tranquil". Now, "tranquil" means-breathe-peaceful, calm, serene. Okay? So, a place, usually, we say is tranquil. An experience or a feeling that you have can be tranquil as well. So, if I go to, you know, a place to meditate on top of a mountain and I am at peace with everything, the mood is tranquil. Okay? This is also where we get tranquilizer darts-right?-that make someone just fall down, and be calm, and fall asleep. So, that's "tranquil".
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Hello my students! SUBSCRIBE ↗️ Turn on Notifications 🛎↗️ so that oh never miss a lesson! Feel free to SHARE with your friends. Today we are going to focus on descriptive Adjectives. What is an Adjective? Adjective: a word or phrase naming an attribute, added to or grammatically related to a noun to modify or describe it. For example: The red car. In this sentence, the word "red" is describing the noun (car). This makes "red" an Adjective. Most of the words that you are going to learn today are related to food. Feel free to pause whenever a new word appears on the white board. You can also watch the video several times. Comment a sentence using at least one of the words in that are in this video. (The following definitions are from the Google dictionary) Definitions: Succulent: ˈsəkyələnt/ adjective (of food) tender, juicy, and tasty. synonyms: juicy, moist, luscious, ripe, soft, tender; In a sentence: The restaurant offers a succulent lamb. Delectable dəˈlektəb(ə)l/ adjective adjective: delectable (of food or drink) delicious. In a sentence: "delectable handmade chocolates" Savory ˈsāv(ə)rē/ adjective adjective: savoury; adjective: savory 1. (of food) belonging to the category that is salty or spicy rather than sweet. synonyms: salty, spicy, piquant, tangy In a sentence:"sweet or savory dishes" Mouthwatering: mouth·wa·ter·ing ˈmouTHˌwôdəriNG/ adjective adjective: mouth-watering; adjective: mouthwatering smelling, looking, or sounding delicious. In a sentence: "a small but mouthwatering collection of recipes" Toothsome: ˈto͞oTHsəm/ adjective adjective: toothsome (of food) temptingly tasty. "a toothsome morsel" synonyms: tasty, delicious, luscious, mouthwatering, delectable, succulent; More tempting, appetizing, inviting; (informal) scrumptious, yummy, nummy, finger-licking, melt-in-your-mouth, lip-smacking In a sentence: "a toothsome lemon tart" informal (of a person) good-looking; attractive. It is also very important that you use these words throughout your day!
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Idioms to describe people and their personality type - English Grammar lesson Blog : http://www.learnex.in/spoken-english-lesson-idioms-to-describe-people In today’s Spoken English lesson we are learning idioms that can be used to describe people. When you think of your folks, friends and colleagues, you come across individuals with different personality traits or character. These characters are very different from each other and is the unique differentiating factor through which we are identified. Website : http://www.letstalkpodcast.com Facebook Fan Page : http://www.facebook.com/letstalkpodcast My challenge for you today is to watch the complete English lesson and choose one of the idioms for yourself and leave me in the comments the idiom that best describes you. I’m really excited to read the idiom you choose for yourself DAREDEVIL A daredevil is a person who takes unnecessary risks and does extremely dangerous activities just to seek attention. Example : John’s daredevil stunts with the skate board are sure to end in a disaster someday. CRYBABY This idiom is specifically used for adults who always complain for very little things in life. Their complaints are for no reasons and they sometimes even cry about it. Example : When Michelle’s brother complained about the train being late, she told him not to be a crybaby. CHEAPSTAKE People who probably have a lot of money but are very careful while spending their money or they don’t spent it freely can be called as cheapstake. You could also call such a person ‘Stingy’. In other words they avoid spending money to an extreme degree. Example : William is such a cheapstake, he always buys clothes at a sale and sees how he could further discount them. BARREL OF LAUGH You could call someone a barrel of laugh, who is very funny and makes you laugh all the time with their funny jokes for every situation. Over years the meaning of this idiom has changed and could be also used for people who have an annoying sense of humor. Example – This replica of the board game on mobile is a barrel of laughs. ODDBALL When you cannot predict what some people might just do or say, you could call them as an ‘Oddball’ Example : My manager always has some oddball ideas at the meeting. TROUBLEMAKER People who create problems or difficulties for others on purpose or intentionally are called troublemakers. Example : Smith has the reputation of being a troublemaker at the high school, he is the most disliked student by teachers. OLD AS THE HILLS Something that is exceedingly old could be referred as ‘Old as the hills’ . It means it has existed for a very long time. Example : Difficult relationship between couples are nothing new; the problems are as old as the hills. NUTTY AS A FRUIT CAKE This idiom is used as an adjective phrase to describe someone who is way too crazy. Example : Don't pay any attention to Mary’s tricks; she's nutty as a fruitcake.
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How to describe APPEARANCE in Russian - Advanced Adjective Vocabulary Lesson It will be a long lesson about appearance and I will tell you how to describe the way that someone looks in Russian. You will learn vocabulary related to height, build, skin, hair, face, eye colour. I’ll talk about my experience and knowledge as a native speaker in using these words. FIND ME ON: Twitter | https://twitter.com/daria_mikhay THANKS FOR WATCHING! :) LIKE & SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE VIDEOS!
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This series introduces you to the grammar of words and parts of words. In this fifth lesson, you will learn about adjectives and stative verbs. Visit the website to learn more: http://www.nativlang.com/linguistics/grammar-morphology-lessons.php Check out the associated book, Native Grammar, to learn even more & test your skills: http://www.lulu.com/content/paperback-book/native-grammar-how-languages-work/7060028 Music by the video's author.
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http://www.engvid.com/ Do you know what a 'compound adjective' is? In today's lesson, I will teach you some very common compound adjectives to describe people. Native speakers use these expressions a lot in everyday conversation. Knowing these compound adjectives will help you understand spoken English, and will help you to speak English more fluently. Make sure you understood the lesson by taking the quiz. Good luck! http://www.engvid.com/english-vocabulary-compound-adjectives/ TRANSCRIPT Hi, there. My name is Emma, and in today's video, I am going to teach you some new words. These words are all compound adjectives. So what is a compound adjective? Well, a compound adjective is when you have two different words together with a hyphen. English is full of compound adjectives. I'm going to teach you maybe eight compound adjectives that all have to do with people's personalities. So if you're describing a friend, a roommate, your family, these are the types of words you can use. So let's get started The first word I want to teach you is "open-minded", okay? "Open-minded". Students have a lot of trouble with the pronunciation of this word. Many students say, "I have" or "I am open-mind"; "I am open-mind." No. You need "open-minded", -ED. Students always forget the "-ED" at the end. So be aware. Be careful. What does it mean to be "open-minded"? If you are open-minded, it means you like to try new things. When something happens, when you have an opportunity to try something new, you will do it. You're a "yes person". If somebody says, "Do you want to eat a spider?" Well, this might be extreme. But in some cultures, they eat spiders. They might ask you, "Do you want to eat a spider?" If you're open-minded, you'll say, "Sure. Yeah. Let's try it." You know, that's a little extreme. There are other cases of being open-minded. Here's another example. "I try to eat the local food because I'm open-minded." Okay? So you like to try new things. You are open-minded. Maybe you have never been outside of your country. If you go to a new country, maybe you'll notice there are differences in the culture. If these differences aren't upsetting to you, if you're willing to meet new people, try new things, learn new ways of living, you are "open-minded". The opposite of "open-minded" -- just like you open a door -- "closed", "closed-minded". So be careful with the pronunciation of this. "Closed-minded." So it's not close-ed-minded". "Closed-minded." If you are "closed-minded", you don't like to try new things. Trying new things is very uncomfortable for you. So for example -- or thinking in new ways. You don't want to change the way you live. You don't want to think in new ways. You're very traditional, and you don't like change. You are "closed-minded". "My mother won't try anything new. She is closed-minded." Okay? So if somebody doesn't want to change, is very uncomfortable with other cultures, other ideas, they are "closed-minded". Another "minded" compound adjective, "absent-minded". "Absent" -- you might have heard this word before. If you are not in class, you are "absent"; the teacher will mark you absent. Okay? So when you're absent, you're not there. "Absent-minded" is when your brain is not there. What does this mean? Well, it means you are thinking about something different, so you don't see what's happening. Here's an example to help you understand. I have a friend. My friend, her name is Lara. She is very absent-minded. She's always thinking about boys. Always thinking about her boyfriend, boy troubles. So because of that, sometimes, she forgets to do her homework. She's too busy thinking about one thing. She doesn't realize what's happening around her. She is "absent-minded". So, "Lara is absent-minded. She forgot to do her homework." So you're not thinking about something. You're absent-minded. Your mind is elsewhere. Another expression, very common expression, "laid-back". "Laid-back." What does it mean to be "laid-back"? Well, this is a very positive expression. It's a good expression. And it means you're a very relaxed person; you don't get angry; you don't get annoyed; you're very calm, relaxed, you go with the flow. You're a very happy, laid-back person. For example, I told you my friend Lara, she's very absent-minded. She's always forgetting to do her homework because she thinks too much about boys. Well, her teacher is a very laid-back teacher. When she doesn't do her homework, her teacher does not get angry. He does not yell at her and say, "Lara, why didn't you do your homework?" No. He's laid-back. He says, "Oh, it's okay. That's fine. It's okay that you didn't do your homework." He doesn't the get angry. He is laid-back. So let's look at some more compound adjectives.
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Visit Lingoda: https://goo.gl/UXKFsP 15% Voucher Code: VOUCHER2Y Join me in this lesson for a review of English adjectives and adverbs. We will be looking at exceptions and common mistakes and finish with a quiz to test your understanding. Join my complete self-study programme to reach all your English language goals: https://www.anglo-link.com Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/anglolink Facebook: http://facebook.com/AngloLink Twitter: http://twitter.com/AngloLink Enjoy!
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Both adjectives and adverbs can take on comparative and superlative forms. Have trouble telling them apart? Comparative adjectives compare two nouns, while comparative adverbs compare actions. Superlatives tell you which is the most extreme - a superlative adjective describes the most extreme noun, while the superlative adverb is for extreme actions. Before watching this video, you might want to watch our videos on adjectives: http://bit.ly/1SUnH9G and adverbs: http://bit.ly/1LrHY4W You have great ideas. But no one will know about them if you can't communicate effectively! Our series of Basic English Grammar Rules will help you brush up your language skills. People will pay attention to you ideas - not your grammar mistakes. Feel more confident about the SAT and the ACT. Great for homeschooling, English as a Second Language (ESL) and studying for the TOEFL, too! Click to watch more grammar lessons: http://bit.ly/1LnJ1CN Don't forget to Subscribe so you'll hear about our newest videos! http://bit.ly/1ixuu9W ///////////////////////// We Recommend: Strunk and White (short and a classic) http://amzn.to/2nR1UqC Eats, Shoots & Leaves (funny! On punctuation) http://amzn.to/2ni5Myf Word Power Made Easy (vocab building) http://amzn.to/2ohddVP ///////////////////////// To support more videos from Socratica, visit Socratica Patreon https://www.patreon.com/socratica http://bit.ly/29gJAyg Socratica Paypal https://www.paypal.me/socratica We also accept Bitcoin! :) Our address is: 1EttYyGwJmpy9bLY2UcmEqMJuBfaZ1HdG9 ///////////////////////// Grammar Girl: Liliana de Castro Directed by Michael Harrison Written and Produced by Kimberly Hatch Harrison
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In this lesson you're going to improve your English vocabulary with 37 words to describe a person's appearance. Lesson text: http://www.espressoenglish.net/37-english-words-for-describing-a-persons-appearance
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Silly Sentence is a fun game to help students learn about adjectives, nouns, verbs and adverbs. Children play in a group and write on a piece of paper either an adjective, noun, verb or adverb without knowing what the previous student has written. Once they have all finished they read the sentence out aloud with interesting results.
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Click LIKE if you enjoyed (it helps) and click SUBSCRIBE to be notified of all the videos I make. Thank you! Your support means so much to me! 🙃👌 20 DIFFICULT English Words to improve your English Vocabulary quickly and easily. BUILD A POWERFUL ENGLISH VOCABULARY by learning words with meanings, example sentences, funny pictures videos, and subtitles. Vocabulary list with timestamps listed below: 1. Belie 0:00 2. Adulation: 0:44 3. Dichotomy: 1:29 4. Seraphic: 2:16 5. Feckless: 2:53 6. Respite: 3:41 7. Albeit: 4:20 8. Beguile: 4:54 9. Circumvent: 5:33 10. Jejune: 6:17 11. Idyllic: 7:04 12. Voracious: 7:44 13. Sedulous: 8:21 14. Titular: 9:10 15. Obsequious: 10:01 16. Partisan: 10:36 17. Status Quo: 11:19 18. Unctuous: 12:05 19. Attrition: 12:47 20. Encomium: 13:37 This interactive vocabulary building video will expose you to advanced English words you may not hear or read very often. Learn vocabulary FAST with audio, as our spoken English videos with subtitles are great listening practice for every language level. Understand English vocabulary words in context, study WITHOUT the need of dictionaries and flashcards, and DON'T FORGET the meanings of challenging words with our spoken English learning videos. Words featured in this video are found on the SAT, GRE Test, and GMAT. Great if you are a beginner, an intermediate English level speaker, or an advanced English speaker. We pull words, definitions and sentence examples off of our words list on https://wordsinasentence.com Our free English video lessons teach the most difficult words students practice in elementary school, middle school, high school, and college. Our free educational videos are the best for kids of all ages and great to watch in the classroom. Our online learning system on YouTube makes our content easily accessible for kids, adults, students, and teachers alike. No need to download an app on your iPhone! Our videos are the BEST way to memorize English vocabulary words at home and school. Our tutorials will ultimately help you improve your speaking, reading, writing, communication and listening skills, along with mastering English conversation. Practice speaking fluent English and learn words that make you sound smart by subscribing TODAY. FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER + VISIT OUR VOCABULARY RESOURCE LEARNING WEBSITES (Bookmark 'em!) 👇 ► http://VocabularyVideos.com - a memorable name that'll redirect you to our word of the day vocabulary videos. ► https://WordsinaSentence.com - our sentence dictionary Website, where we define words with sentences ► https://Twitter.com/vocabularyhelp - Twitter account for my vocabularic tweets
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NOTE: I missed the "Incredible" count! New Total: 129 Adjectives for the 2018 Keynote. As requested, I made a video comparing the recent September 2018 Apple keynote to the 2010 keynote. Using only adjectives. It seemed like there were a lot of buzzwords being thrown around, and I wanted to do an in-depth comparison between past adjective use and current. Don't get me wrong, I'm a huge Apple fan, and I can't wait ti upgrade, I'm just making a funny observation. I chose the most frequently used words from both Steve Job’s keynote and Tim Cook’s. I left out the iPhone Xr because the 2010 keynote did not feature an additional iPhone and thus would skew the stats. I compared the iPhone 4’s keynote to the Xs’s because it seemed the most fair being the 4 was a successor phone. I didn’t want to compare a refresh launch to a brand new product launch. For the 2010 keynote, I complied clips starting from 29:30-1:37:40 so 68ish minutes. For the 2018 keynote, I Only took clips from 37:00 - 1:26:26 so 49ish minutes. The 2010 Keynote would have the higher probability of containing adjectives, not the 2018 keynote. The iPhone Xs and Xs Max were not demonstrated as much as the iPhone 4 was. 2010 Keynote demonstrated the new iPhone’s features, 2018 keynote talked the phone up. There are some words that I left out of the comparison because they were difficult to label as unnecessary adjectives (great, cool, nice, etc.) I highly recommend watching these keynotes beside each other. They contain vastly different presentation styles. 2010 iPhone 4 keynote: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AmXc1Mjr5J4 2018 iPhone Xs Keynote: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wFTmQ27S7OQ Follow me on instagram and Reddit: @jamesmatchubrown u/leapfork
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Adjectives can bring the dullest of sentences to life. Here's an alphabet of awesome adjectives for you to consider using in the future. This video was made for anyone studying English who wants to increase their vocabulary with a few awesome adjectives - there's a whole alphabet here! Music by Bensound,com
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In this video you will learn words you can use instead of "very" and "really". Saying the same word is boring and predictable, that's why native English speakers use a wide variety of words to express themselves. Try to replace the words "really" and "very" with more beautiful and interesting adjectives. When you are tempted to say "that joke was very funny" - try to say "that joke was hilarious". Using these adjectives more in your writing & speaking will improve your score on exams such as IELTS and TOEFL as well as impress your examiner. Implementing these adjectives into your speaking will make you sound smarter and your listeners will respect you more. Don't be boring with your English vocabulary!😉 🔴 SUBSCRIBE to English with Peter: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClgAJHTnmvOTmwyTamSeRpw?sub_confirmation=1 ➡️ How many archaic buildings are there in your city? ➡️ What do you think about this video? ⏭️ What video should I make next? 🤔 English with Peter on Social Media: https://www.instagram.com/english.with.peter/ Email: [email protected] How to Read to Improve Your English Fast: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lg7pkp58MrQ&t=2s Use These 2 Words Instead of ALMOST! English with Peter: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2cropAZ2MY 5 idioms you should know: Advanced English: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qu_rAOZSdlk
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From our Make A Scene crew in Saint John, New Brunswick. Game: Adjectives, where an improvised scene is modified by an offstage voice suggesting an adjective (happy, sad, slow, fast, scary, cutsie, etc.) and the actors take it to the extreme. The scene is an interview between Oprah (Christian) and Dr. Phil (Marc).
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