Simple Adjective Questions

Level: Beginner

Topic: General

Grammar Topic: Adjectives and Adverbs

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Basic Adjectives Discussion Questions

Choose any of the questions below and ask your partner.

What things are important to you?

What orange things do you have? 

What purple things do you like?

Do you like red cars? Why/ why not?

Do you have a big family?

Which famous actresses are beautiful? Why do you think that?

Which buildings are ugly?

What parts of English are difficult?

What computer programs are easy?

What housework is difficult?

What things in your house and parts of your house are dirty now?

What ages are old? What ages are young?

How many centimetres is very tall?

How much money is rich?

Which famous people are good people? Which are bad? Why do you think that?

Which foods are good for your health? Which foods are bad?

Do you often get angry?

What temperature is really cold?

Are you cold now? Are you hot? Why/ why not?

Do you like hot weather?

Are you happy? Why/ why not?

Are you often hungry?

What times are you usually hungry?

Are you tired? Why/ why not?

When are you usually really tired?

Do you go to bed before you are really tired? Why/ why not?

Is anything in your bag expensive?

Is this English course expensive?

Do you go out with wet hair? Why/ why not?

What kind of hair do you like for men? What kind of hair do you like for women?

How many kilograms is fat? How many kilograms is thin?

Do you have anything big in your house? What is it?

Turn over the worksheet and ask your partner questions using the adjectives there. They can  
be questions that you remember from the last activity, or your own questions.

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2011

angry
bad
beautiful
big
clean
cold
difficult
dirty
dry
easy
fat
good
happy
hot
hungry
important
little
long
old
red/ yellow/ green/ blue/ purple/ brown/ black/ white/ orange
rich
short
tall
thin
tired
ugly
wet
young

Which adjectives above are opposites?

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2011