The Adjective Page – Focus on Adjectives 2 – The Receptionist

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A Past Participle Can Act Like An Adjective

I was followed
I was stopped
I was arrested – the arrested man
I was interrogated
I was imprisoned – the imprisoned man

Which one did you hear?

Making an Appointment

I am free.
I am not busy

A Toilet, a Public Telephone or an Airline Seat

It is free
It is unoccupied

The Statement of an Awakened Soul

I am free
I am liberated

Which one was it?

Accommodation

a week’s free accommodation
a night’s free accommodation

Do you have a place to stay?

The Quality of the Experience

a good time
a lovely time
an awful time
a terrible time

Adjectives place an experience on a scale. They tell us about the quality of it:

terrible
bad
not bad
okay
good
very good
wonderful

Wonderful.
Superb.
Excellent.

Which one did you hear?

That is correct.
That is right.

a wonderful time
an awful time
a terrible time
an interesting time
an exciting time
a good time

Great to meet you
Wonderful to meet you
Nice to meet you

a good time
a smashing time
a nice time

Wonderful.
Splendid
Marvelous
Super
Smashing
Delightful

That is right.
That is spot-on
That is correct

Possessive Pronouns as Adjectives

A Possessive pronoun is a type of adjective

Here is your key.
Here is his key.
Here is her key.
Here is my key.
Here are their keys.
Here is their key.
Here are my keys?

Can you sort the keys out?

my luggage.
her luggage
his luggage
their luggage
our luggage
your luggage

Can you sort out the luggage?

And have a wonderful time
And have good time
And have a pleasant time

Lovely to meet you
Nice to meet you

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Which adjective did you hear?

Link to more Adjective Activities
The Adjective Page

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  1. Samuel Shangka Go'ar says:

    I am impressed learning English this way. straight to the point and easy to understand
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