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Adjectives describe qualities of people or things. With them we can better express feelings, values, or judgments, so that the reader/listener gets a fuller picture. Read through Ricardo, Hape, and Tiziana’s testimonials, and click adjectives that describe or compare qualities of people and things.

Babel Language Camp - Testimonials 

The language camp was much nicer than traditional holidays. It was awesome. I made the best friends, and I miss everyone so much. The teachers were as motivating and supportive as I could've asked for. The classes were a lot of fun. I learned a lot. I loved the activities in the afternoon.

Our teacher Julie was wonderful. She was the friendliest and the most caring person in the camp. The atmosphere in class was much more relaxed than at school back home. The residence was great, the bed was much bigger than mine at home, but it wasn't as comfortable.

I enjoyed the trips around the countryside. The guides were very good and talkative. They told us so many interesting things about the culture and the history of the country. The best and also the funniest part of my stay was the circus workshop.

Now, imagine your stay at a language camp and use at least five of the adjectives in the previous exercise in your own sentences. Write them in your notebook and compare them with your partner.

Comparison of adjectives
Adjectives have three degrees of comparison, and you already know that long and short adjectives form comparative and superlative degrees differently. But some comparatives and superlatives have changes in spelling or are completely irregular.

1. Click the adjective that has a change in the spelling.

nicer, more motivating, cleverest
2. Click the adjective that has comparison either with –er/-est or with more/most.

cleverest, best, bigger
3. Click the adjective that is irregular.

most caring, best, awesome

Word game. Catch an adjective and put it in the right place in the grid.