ordering and formation of adjectives

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hela

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Hi everyone,

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.
Hela
 

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Thank you TDOL for the tip!Hela
 

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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'.

Good luck!

Tee Kay
 

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hela said:
Hi everyone,

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.
Hela
Re: order of adjectives on the web

Go to your search engine and do a search under Royal Order of Adjectives. There's a great page at webster commnet.
 

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Thanks Casiopea, I'll do that right now!

By the way, what's the meaning of "Casiopea"?

Bye,
Hela
 

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hela said:
Thanks Casiopea, I'll do that right now!

By the way, what's the meaning of "Casiopea"?

Bye,
Hela
You're welcome.

The name Casiopea is taken from a constellation, but the name of the constellation is spelled differently.
 

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Thank you for the information Casiopea.

See you soon,
Hela
 
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