There are a couple of exercises on the order of adjectives here: http://www.usingenglish.com/quizzes/index.php
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Does somebody know where I can get some exercises on the formation and/or order of adjectives on the web. I'd like to exercise myself constructing the sentences in English and then translating them into French.
Thank you for you help.
Thank you TDOL for the tip!Hela
The order of adjectives is a grammatical topic of the recommended FCE preparation syllabus; therefore most coursebooks contain a chapter devoted to it, not only with some good exercises, but also with a generous amount of explanation.
I'm not sure whether you can get hold of some FCE coursebooks; if so, please check 'First Certificate Gold' or 'Think First Certificate'.
Re: order of adjectives on the webOriginally Posted by hela
Go to your search engine and do a search under Royal Order of Adjectives. There's a great page at webster commnet.
Thanks Casiopea, I'll do that right now!
By the way, what's the meaning of "Casiopea"?
You're welcome.Originally Posted by hela
The name Casiopea is taken from a constellation, but the name of the constellation is spelled differently.
Thank you for the information Casiopea.
See you soon,