Our Intermediate English class is beginning to work on writing essays commenting on literature. As we began teaching about imagery, however, it was clear that a sizable number of them really don’t have an understanding of adjectives.
So, I’ve developed this list of good online resources where students can practice what we’re learning in the classroom about adjectives. They’re simple — no discussion of adverbs, nothing about adjective order, etc. These sites are useful in helping English Language Learners just gain a basic sense of what an adjective is and how it’s used.
Here are my choices for The Best Sites For Gaining A Basic Understanding Of Adjectives (not listed in any order):
Describing People is a simple exercise to help English Language Learners learn about adjectives.
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