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A1 Regular Adjectives

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Let’s learn about how to describe people and things using regular adjectives. You learn how to talk about two or more people or things.

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Learn the regular adjectives to be successful in the Cambridge Assessment English A1 Movers test.

A1 Regular Adjectives

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Adjectives for describing people and things
You use the verb be + adjective to describe people and things

You use than to compare two things:

Jane is shorter than me
I’m happier than you.
Alice is more beautiful than me.

You use the + adjective + -est to say which one is the most.

Jack’s the tallest boy in the class.
Winter is the coldest season in the year.
The Pacific is the largest ocean in the world.

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