Young learners need to be able to describe things and say how they are feeling. Our Adjectives lesson has now been completely redone to include grammar notes and colorful exercises that make it easier for students to learn and use adjectives in English! (more…)
How are you feeling today? Are you happy, sad, angry, or sleepy? Talking about emotions is a great way to review adjectives with your young learners. Turning feelings into a photography project really engages your students! (more…)
English language learners study the Be verb early on, and they learn about adjectives soon afterward—adjectives usually appear in simple sentences with the Be verb (e.g., I am happy and That is a big house). This week’s featured lesson was on Adjectives that describe feelings, so I thought a blog post on the grammatical structure of adjectives would be useful for your students!
What do our students need to know about adjectives? First of all, we should explain that adjectives are used to describe nouns. Adjectives can describe the shape, color, age, details, etc. of a noun, and they can describe the emotions associated with a person or thing.
There are two things to “master” about adjectives: the sentence patterns and the suffixes. Once your students learn both, they’ll have adjectives in the bag! (more…)
How are your students feeling today? The useful “Be verb + Adjective” structure is something students usually learn early on that allows them to express feelings. Our Adjectives lesson in the Basic Grammar Structures section of the Grammar School gives students plenty of practice with this structure! (more…)