Category Archives: Unit 3

Personality Traits

Ever been asked to describe yourself in one word? There’s a famous collection of children’s books by Adam Hargreaves based on characters with a very strong personality; have a look at these characters to revise adjective traits: Mr Men, for … Continue reading

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Birth Order

Did you ever wonder why you’re so different from your siblings? You have the same genetics, the same environment, and the same family, so what is it that makes you so different from them? Truth is there are a lot of … Continue reading

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Adjective word order

Normally you find  one or two adjectives maximum in front of a noun in English. However, occasionally there are times when you need to be very specific and you want to describe things in detail and need to use more … Continue reading

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Describing people

When it comes to describing people  you have an exhaustingly  wide variety of adjectives to choose from. It is a good idea to avoid the most common ones: nice, good, bad, easy etc and use instead more sophisticated ones as personalities are … Continue reading

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