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    Strong adjectives

    Strong or extreme adjectives are adjectives which are used instead of using very + a normal adjective.

    Strong adjectives are more expressive than normal adjectives and are used with adverbs like really or absolutely.

    You can use really and very with normal adjectives.

    Look at these two sentences:

    I thought the film was really/very good (good is a normal adjective)

    I thought the film was really/absolutely fantastic (fantastic is a strong adjective)

    Use strong adjectives to complete the gaps in the exercise below.


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    1. Your sister is very beautiful. Your sister is absolutely .

    2. We didn't have an umbrella so we got very wet when it started to rain hard. We got absolutely .

    3. I think Johnny Depp's latest film is very good. It's absolutely .

    4. I think Ricky Gervais is very funny. He's absolutely .

    5. Her husband is very ugly. He's absolutely .

    6. Put your socks in the washing machine! They're very dirty. They're absolutely .

    7. I'm really afraid of spiders. In fact, I'm absolutely of them.

    8. It was very cold last January. It was absolutely .

    9. His apartment is very small. It's absolutely .

    10. I'm going straight to bed because I'm really tired. I'm absolutely .

    11. The food at that restaurant is really bad. It's absolutely .

    12. He caught a really big fish last Sunday. It was absolutely .

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