March 20, 2023

8 Favourite English Adjectives | Improve Your Vocabulary | Describing Places & Things

In this lesson, I want to share some of my favourite English adjectives with you!

To be expressive, to show emotion and feeling and to sound more interesting when you use English, your need to start pushing your vocabulary further.

Saying something is nice or beautiful is good… But adjectives like magnificent, remarkable or inspirational are so much stronger and more meaningful!

Adjectives are a big group of words in English! They are used to describe or give more information about a noun.
Word order is important with adjectives. When used next to a noun, the adjective comes before the noun! Like this (point)

a/an + adjective + noun

An incredible story.

This structure is very common too!

Noun + (be) +adjective

Her recommendations were excellent.

So… Today, I want to share 8 of my favourite adjectives with you, to help you build your vocabulary for describing things!
1. Magnificent
2. Remarkable
3. Obvious
4. Acceptable
5. Impossible
6. Significant
7. Ridiculous
8. Complicated

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48 thoughts on “8 Favourite English Adjectives | Improve Your Vocabulary | Describing Places & Things

  1. Now Its not gonna impossible to me in speaking English…Im glad to see ur videos in YouTube.Honestly ,u became my fvrt teacher…thank you so much mam

  2. Madam today you are looking very different, very beautiful and very energetic. I'm falling in love with your beauty.

  3. These adjectives for us Brazilians are very easy because they are very similar words to ours. Still, it's great to watch your videos. It's not every day we see beautiful, wonderful people like you.

  4. Magnificent & ridiculous AND obvious are my
    Favouriite adjectiifs
    I loove u EMMA SOOOOO mUX KEEP up💋💋💎❤💎💎💎❤❤😇😇💞😘😍😍😍😊😊
    u are the beest of the beest u are great EMMA we all loove our favourite and icooniic teacher

  5. Thank you for the lesson teacher emma 🥀… I like … adj. Amazing .. one of my favourite … that I express my feeling when I love an issue ..

  6. Good Morning Emmma from Venezuela… I feel ridiculous when I speak with other person, but when I practice alone an every moment is more easy…

  7. Emma is a magnificent teacher and her remarkable beauty is obvious! It's impossible to quit watching her videos and it's a ridiculous idea to try to find another teacher on youtube. Studying English doesn't seem so complicated with Emma and I hope to make a significant improvement of my English skills to reach an acceptable level of understanding 🙂

  8. HI, re u? what did u say between 3.33- 3.40 minutes? I can't understand it. Please, could u write it in here? 🙁

  9. Magnificent, remarkable, significant,these adjectives are suit your you tube videos in this channel, they cause an obvious advance in English learning 💓💕💕💕💕

  10. MINE are here
    cumbersome, ubiquitous, factious, ETC………….
    it's been an EPIC moment that I had with u through this lesson.
    I was shit bricks when using some of those adjectives you listed in this lesson even so in the end I got them well.
    damn! I use to feel so wretched, eventually, I can take away that bum side of my English grammar that remarkable.
    the first you mentioned was so kickass and aced.

  11. I have started taking your English classes a couple of days ago. They are magnificent and inspiring!!! Thanks!

    Can I ask you a question? What does the “comma” (in the middle of the pronunciation) mean in ‘kämple,kātid? Is it a short break?

  12. I have a question : In this sentence " Significant changes have taken place since you left" the word " place " is a Verb or Noun?

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