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Lesson 13, grammar Lesson 13, homework: Insert the following adjectives: expensive, important, interesting, incredible, dear, amusing, adorable, next, last, lovely, nice, well-known, noble, obvious. I want to buy this painting; it is so ______! But I can’t afford it. It is too ___. What a ______ boy! His answer is _______, and his reaction is _______….
A qualitative adjective is used to describe the features or qualities of a noun (a person, place, thing, idea and so forth). They are “gradable,” with superlative, comparative and positive forms. They are generally found before the word they modify but can be seen throughout the sentence. “The big bowl is full of appetizing raspberries.”…