• English grammar
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  • Adjectives of quality in English

    Quality adjectives definition

    Quality adjectives are used to provide supplementary information about a noun or a subject. They are placed right before the noun they are helping to describe with the exception when the verb 'to be' is used. They can be positive and negative ones. 

    As they qualify a noun the list of adjectives in this category is very extensive, thus we will present you only the most commonly used ones. 

    Quality adjectives examples

    • My new equipment is amazing! 
    • Did your old game break?
    • Your game is fun.
    • This book is boring.

    Adjective "Like"

    We use "like" with adjectives to describe an appearance. When used in that way in a sentence it means similar, relatedalike, resembling. The correct structure would be verbs + "like" + noun/pronoun

    Example

    • She looks like her mother very much. 
    • Do I look like I need help?

    Quality adjectives list of categories

    Adjectives for shape

    Flat Oval
    Square Curved
    Round Cylindrical
    Sharp Distorted
    Wide Hollow
    Pointy Straight
    Solid Symmetrical

    Adjectives for taste

    Fresh Yummy
    Spicy Sour
    Bitter Bland
    Salty Fruity
    Minty Sweet
    Soft/Hard Delicious
    Disgusting Dry
    Savoury Crunchy 

    Adjectives for nationality

    Bulgarian Swedish
    English Belgian
    American Australian
    Indian Japanese

    Adjectives for appearance

    Short Tall
    Young Old
    Low High
    Small Large
    Blond Brunette
    Beautiful Ugly

    Adjectives for describing personality

    Courageous Affectionate
    Friendly Polite
    Nice Lazy
    Adventurous     Sensitive
    Ambitious Arrogant
    Creative Charismatic
    Compassionate Mean
    Modest Vain
    Practical Mysterious 
    Energetic Generous
    Optimistic Pessimistic
    Passionate Loyal

    Adjectives for feelings

    Happy Sad
    Excited Angry
    Joyful Nervous
    Content Thirsty
    Calm Depressed
    Wonderful Confused
    Ecstatic Dizzy
    Fulfilled Mad
    Inspired Sleepy
    Proud Unhappy

    Adjectives of condition

    Dry Wet
    Clean Dirty
    Alive Dead
    Good/Great Bad
    Healthy Unhealthy
    Hot Cold
    Quiet Loud

    Extreme adjectives

    Tiny Gigantic
    Freezing Boiling
    Spotless Filthy
    Gorgeous Hideous
    Packed Starving
    Wonderful Awful

     

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