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  • The coffee is in me!

  • Hi everybody, my name is Alisha and today we are going to be talking about the top 25

  • English adjectives. So these are the top 25 English adjectives in terms of how often they

  • are used. So let's get right into it.

  • Okay the first adjective is the word ''good''. Good can be used to refer to anything that

  • you think is good or great or positive. In the comparative form, it is better. In the

  • superlative form, it is best. So I think pizza is good. I think that sleep is good. I really

  • think that sleep is good. Baseball is good, playing sports is good, video games are good.

  • The next word is ''new''. Comparative form newer, superlative form newest.

  • I have a new haircut, do you want a new bike, I need to get a new job.

  • So next one is ''first''. First just refers to the number one of something.

  • Yeah the original of something. You could say the first silent film or the first movie

  • I ever watched or the first CD I ever bought. The first CD I ever bought was Michael Jackson's

  • band.

  • Next word is ''last''. The final of something. We use last to refer

  • to the most recent of something as well as in the last time I went to the beach or the

  • last time I went to the forest or the last time I saw my friend. Have you ever eaten

  • the last piece of pizza when you weren't supposed to? What was the last word we talked about.

  • It was first.

  • The next word is ''long''. Long, anything that you feel is

  • lightsabers are long, subway sandwiches are long.

  • I am sorry!

  • I'm not supposed to laugh for long.

  • The next word is ''great''. Great can be used to express any positive

  • emotion. Somebody gives you new information and you think it's good but you want to express

  • that it's even better than good, you can say it's great. Greater is the comparative form,

  • greatest is the superlative form. The greatest invention of all time was a light bulb for

  • example. What do you think is your greatest achievement?

  • One of life's greatest pleasures is finding people to be good friends with. It's great.

  • The next word is ''little''. This is a very common word that gets used

  • in an expression like when I was little for referring to when you were a kid. So when

  • I was little, I really like to play outside or when I was little, I was really into Pokémon.

  • I have said very little about the very little.

  • The next word is ''near''. Near, nearer, nearest. You probably know the

  • location of the nearest maybe a supermarket to your house and the nearest post office.

  • I live near a very fashionable store.

  • The next word is ''big''. Big is used for anything that is large in

  • size or large conceptually. So for example, you can say an elephant is a big animal or

  • in terms of concept, you can say let's see, that fashion is really big right now or that

  • artist is really big right now and that refers to popularity. Big movies are exciting to

  • watch with friends. Do you have any bigger sandwiches? I am really hungry.

  • Next word is ''other''. Other just refers to something else, something different from

  • what is currently happening, the other thing, the other person. My other friend is a DJ,

  • my other friend is a cook, my other friend is a dancer, my other friend - I have really

  • interesting friends. What other things have you done with your life?

  • The next word is ''old'', old. It can be used to refer to people, it can

  • be used to refer to animals, to art. Anything that has a long history. So maybe I like old

  • movies or I don't like old art or I think my grandpa is really, really old. He has been

  • getting old.

  • The next word is ''right''. This can be used to refer to the direction,

  • right as in the opposite of left or it can be used to refer to something that is correct.

  • So in a sentence like you are right, it means you are correct. That is the correct answer.

  • It can also be used to mean right as in make a right turn but you will have to listen to

  • the context to decide which meaning is the true meaning. This is not right, it could

  • mean something that's not fair or that you disagree strongly with. This is not right.

  • The next word is ''high''. High refers to something that is very tall,

  • very - way up somewhere. So many people might say like I have a fear of high buildings or

  • I have a fear of high places. It can also in the comparative form just refer to something

  • higher or taller than something else. Highest meaning the most high. I like high volume

  • music.

  • The next word is ''different''. not the same as something else is different.

  • I think that having many different friends is a lot of fun. Do you enjoy listening to

  • different kinds of music?

  • The next word is ''small''. Small, smaller and smallest. Small and little

  • are extremely similar. I would pretty much use them in the same way, however we don't

  • say when I was a small kid, we say when I was a little kid or you can say when I was

  • small.

  • The next word is ''large''. Large and big are very much the same. I will

  • say though that large is used on clothing sizes. Big is not and when we talked about

  • big, we talked about how big can be used to refer to something that's very popular. Large

  • is not used to refer to something that's popular. Large is used for sizing I feel only. So like

  • a house can be large but it's used to refer to like the physical size of something. Large

  • and in charge. large, larger, largest. This is the largest hippopotamus in the zoo.

  • The next word is ''easy''. Easy is the next word. Easy, easier, easiest.

  • Now this is a good one that you can use any time something seems very simple for you.

  • For example, this test is easy or that was the easiest thing I've ever done or I hope

  • this test is easier than the last test. Don't call person easy Alisha. Don't ever call a

  • person easy unless you are trying to be really rude. My driving test was really easy or what's

  • the easiest language you've ever studied and

  • The next word is ''difficult''. Difficult is something that seems hard to

  • do. What is the most difficult thing you've ever had to do? The most difficult thing I've

  • ever had to do was move to a different country.

  • The next word is ''young''. young, younger, youngest. Come on guys. Younger,

  • younger generations have a lot of new technologies to experiment with. Young -

  • The next word is ''important''. Important, more important, most important.

  • What is important to you? I think that practicing another language is more important than playing

  • a banjo. I don't have a banjo. You can find something that's important to you and

  • put your time into it. I think drinking a lot of water every day is important, putting

  • on your shoes before you leave the house is very important. I have to go, it's very important

  • that I go.

  • Next word is ''interesting'', interesting. Anything that you think is cool, anything

  • that you find that makes you go ooh is something that's interesting. I think that this type

  • of music is the most interesting type of music. Your mom is interesting.

  • The next word is ''short''. shorter, shortest. I am the shortest person

  • in my class. I am the shortest person in the room. Short just refers to something that

  • is not long. So it can refer to a size or it can also refer to a concept as in a length

  • of time. So like I am going to travel abroad for a short period of time.

  • Bad. You know I'm bad, I'm bad, you know it.

  • Bad, something that is not good. Bad food will give you bad

  • feelings in your stomach. You are a bad dog. Who is a bad dog? You are a bad dog.

  • The next one is ''boring''. Something that is not interesting, something

  • that does not make you go ooh but something that makes you go hah! The most boring story

  • I've ever heard was a story about a tomato. If I don't do anything, this will be really

  • boring.

  • ''Far'', referring to distance. Something that is not near to you is far.

  • How can I go farther? Far, the farthest I've ever run is 7 kilometers. I am not a runner.

  • Okay that's the end of the top 25 English adjectives. You would probably use these if

  • you are studying English and if you haven't, try to experiment with them and see what kind

  • of interesting sentences that you can make up. Try to use the normal form and the comparative

  • form and the negative form and the superlative form. You can express a lot with just these

  • 25 words. So give them a try. Thanks very much for watching us in this lesson and we

  • will see you again soon, bye. Cows are delicious!

The coffee is in me!

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知っておきたい英語の形容詞トップ25を学ぼう! (Learn the Top 25 Must-Know English Adjectives!)

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    Zhang Zhibin に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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