Look at the sentence below. How many adjectives can you see? When you are sure, tap none, one, two or three underneath the sentence.
1. He borrowed his brother's car to go to watch the World Cup final in France. one. (World Cup)
2. One of the eggs was rotten, so the meal was terrible! three. (one-rotten-terrible))
3. When I was six years old, I was a noisy child. two. (six years old-noisy)
4. Tell those noisy girls to be quiet because the baby is asleep. three. (noisy-quiet-asleep)
5. She doesn't really love him very much. none. (-)
6. It's cold today, so put on your thick jacket and a hat. two. (cold-thick)
7. Red and black are my favourite colours. three. (red-black-favourite)
8. This is easy - if you know the answers. one. (easy)
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