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All Adjectives (+ derivations) - Exercises
Click on Exercises to practise and review the vocabulary in gap-fill sentences in context / Click on the word to see a dictionary definition

Group One - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
abrupt awful clever common exotic extraordinary proper regular smooth solid stiff tight utter weak

Group Two - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
absurd chief decent exact partial private robust several superb steep terrible thorough usual vicious

Group Three - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
actual bare crazy damp fantastic fierce huge rough serious supreme strange typical urgent verbal

Group Four - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
authentic eligible extreme fancy fragile narrow opposite remote severe spectacular superficial thick vague wise

Group Five - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
amateur blank delicate flexible harsh loose incredible permanent rash sensible straight superior swift vocal

Group Six - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
brisk deliberate efficient empty fabulous foul horrible independent local pale recent sensitive slight smart tough

Group Seven - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
ancient blurry cozy electric firm flat limp main plain ridiculous sharp strict tidy tremendous vital

Group Eight - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
artificial awkward broad entire familiar fortunate legitimate ordinary rigorous scarce senior steady terrific vivid vulnerable

Group Nine - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
apparent brilliant crisp false frequent gradual immediate magnificent pure rare simple standard tiny vast weird

Group Ten - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
antique bright compact fake formal giant loud modern neat perfect sincere substantial toxic unanimous wide

Group Eleven - Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5
ample average bizarre blunt essential former moderate necessary particular prompt rapid single subtle ugly whole